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SEN Design Technology Tutor

Job Description

Are you passionate about shaping young minds and creating a positive impact on students' lives? Dunbar Education is seeking a dedicated Design Technology Tutor to join our team. As a leading recruitment agency specialising in education, we're committed to providing exceptional opportunities for both educators and learners alike.

About Us: Dunbar Education is dedicated to providing quality education solutions tailored to meet the diverse needs of students. We work closely with schools and educational institutions to ensure every child receives the support and guidance they need to succeed.

Job Description: As a Design Technology Tutor, you'll play a crucial role in delivering an inspiring curriculum that fosters progress, enjoyment, and achievement for all students. Your main responsibilities will include:

  • Planning and teaching clear, high-quality engineering lessons to support pupils in making good or outstanding progress, embedding key concepts in their long-term memory.
  • Setting clear targets for pupils' learning, taking into account individual differences and prior attainment.
  • Having a comprehensive understanding of, and planning to meet, the special educational needs of pupils.
  • Developing and maintaining expert knowledge in the subject/s taught.
  • Ensuring all pupils understand key concepts, effectively checking understanding, and correcting misunderstandings.
  • Assessing pupil work and progress, providing regular feedback, and using this to continuously inform teaching.
  • Prioritising reading to develop pupils' fluency, confidence, and enjoyment.
  • Planning and sequencing learning towards cumulatively sufficient knowledge and meaningful accreditation.
  • Building learning towards an end point that leads into the next stage of education, training, or employment.
  • Reporting on pupil progress in line with school policy.
  • Maintaining a stimulating, engaging, and safe learning environment conducive to learning.
  • Managing behaviour positively in line with school policy.
  • Undertaking pastoral and support roles as required.
  • Attending school events as required.
  • Contributing to the wider life of the school, including whole-school routines, paperwork, and duties.
  • Taking responsibility for your own professional development and engaging with performance management activities.
  • Working with pupils across school sites and at outreach venues as required, including transporting pupils in your own vehicle when necessary.

Requirements: To be considered for this position, you must meet the following requirements:

  • Qualified Teacher Status.
  • Possession of an up-to-date DBS check on the update service, or willingness to obtain one.
  • Previous experience working with SEN needs, particularly in a teaching capacity.
  • Comprehensive understanding of positive behaviour management strategies.
  • Proficiency in planning and delivering effective lessons.

Additional Information:

  • Full-time position; part-time candidates will not be considered.
  • Working hours: Monday to Friday, term time only.
  • Location: Northampton.