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Job Title: Teacher of Support for Learning
Job Type: Contract
Location: Aberdeen, Aberdeen City
Salary: £40000 – £42600/annum
Company: CV-Library
Category: Education
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Job Description: On behalf of our client, an independent nursery, junior and senior school based in Aberdeen, we are recruiting a Teacher of Support for Learning to take on a maternity cover contract of 12 months.

Responsible to the Head of Support for Learning, the Teacher of Support for Learning is responsible for developing and supporting a pupil's learning wherever a need is encountered or any barrier to learning is identified. Role is key to equipping pupils with skills and strategies which will help them to succeed independently and with confidence in their current and future learning environments.

Main Accountabilities
● Plan and present a coherent teaching programme both individually and in partnership with class teachers
● Providing in-class support across a range of age groups, working in partnership with the class teacher.
● Teaching assigned classes, working with small groups, or individuals together with associated preparation and correction
● Assessing, recording and reporting on the work of pupils
● Develop or contribute to the development of teaching and assessment materials with particular reference to pupils with additional support needs.
● Identify and evaluate resources appropriate to meet the additional support needs of individual pupils
● Assess and use the results of assessment to evaluate and improve teaching, and the learning and attainment of pupils
● Contribute to the preparation of pupils for internal and external assessments as appropriate
● Assist with the administration of internal and external assessments as appropriate
● Provide advice and guidance to pupils and their parents on issues related to their education
● Promoting and safeguarding the health, welfare and safety of pupils
● Work in partnership with parents, support staff and other professionals
● Undertake appropriate and agreed continuing professional development
● Participate in issues related to school planning, raising achievement and individual review.
● Contribute to developing areas of the school curriculum and Support for Learning processes, Improvement Planning, evaluation and quality assurance processes
● Contribute towards good order and the wider needs of the school.

We are looking for candidates with the following:

* Experience planning and presenting a coherent teaching programme

* Experience of providing in-class support

* Experience of teaching small groups/classes and individuals

* Willingness to accept a one year contract (direct through the school)

* An enhanced disclosure (DBS) preferably on the update service.

Interested? Applywithout delay!

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