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SEN Teacher

  • Kingston upon Thames, Surrey
  • £160 - £225 per day
  • Temporary
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Primary Autism Kingston Based Special School KS1 Class Teacher Role 8 pupils and 2 TAs in class Full Time Start ASAP £160 £225 per day A specialist SEN school in Kingston upon Thames that is a specialist ASD provision for children for children in EYFS KS2 is seeking to appoint a teacher after Christmas on a full time basis. The school is focused on children with moderate to severe ASD and as such the curriculum is based largely on the EYFS P Levels and lower KS1. The Headteacher is seeking to appoint a new and forward thinking Autism Specialist Teacher. The ideal candidate will be an enthusiastic and committed Teacher with good recent ASD teaching. The school is a supportive environment where there is a real emphasis on the development of all pupils and teaching staff. This is an exciting opportunity to be a part of a small well respected schools continued development where your professional development will be invested in! The SLT are committed to investing in CPD and they have specified that they are happy to support a good mainstream primary teacher who has the confidence and a passion for SEND. To be considered for this role, you will need to be able to demonstrate a desire for improving pupil outcomes, as well as some ASD knowledge (through experience and/or practice). The right candidate will have a passion for teaching and learning and the skills to engage, inspire and motivate students.

SEN Teacher

  • Merton, London
  • £140 - £195 per day
  • Contract
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher PMLD Class (Primary) SEN Teacher Primary Class Merton LA Outstanding OfSTED Supportive SLT Amazing CPD investment Contract to July 2018 Pay £140 £195 per day I am seeking to appoint a specialist PMLD teacher for a highly successful SEN school based in the London borough of Merton. The school provides an outstanding level of care and education for young people aged 3 to 19 who have severe and complex learning difficulties, including learners with an additional diagnosis of autism and/or additional physical and/or sensory disabilities The school is well served buy public transport with excellent rail, tube and bus services making commuting accessible from almost anywhere in zones 14. It provides an environment where young people are offered safe, secure and predictable surroundings in which they can build the skills to interact with the outside world. The school is located over two campuses: Lower School for the primary aged learners and Upper School for High School learners. In order to meet the individual needs of the pupils, classes are small and teaching staff work closely alongside support and therapy staff. The wonderful modern school buildings allow pupils to flourish in facilities for learning that truly do enable the school to trail blaze holistic learning. From the bright and attractive classrooms, fully equipped outside play areas and hydrotherapy pools, to the purpose built dance studio at Upper School, the facilities allow both pupils and staff to fully explore their talents and to shine in those areas they most enjoy. I require a motivated, skilled and resilient class teacher with experience of working in an SLD or PMLD environment or a strong interest in teaching children with complex needs and a track record as an outstanding teacher in a mainstream environment (preferably EYFS or KS1). The role may suit a primary qualified teacher, or someone who has gained significant experience of working in a lower school environment but secondary teachers with relevant experience should also apply. The chosen candidate will demonstrate energy, enthusiasm and the ability to teach effectively across a range of subject areas. You may have experience of supporting young people with severe learning difficulties or PMLD but this will not be essential. You will have a flexible approach and will be able to meet the changing needs of our young people. With the support of colleagues, you will develop the skills, confidence and experience to deal with the challenging needs that the students have. You will be supported by a highly dedicated and experienced team of LSAs in class who will help you hit the ground running due to their training and in depth knowledge of the pupils. This role may involve some personal care. Enthusiasm, willingness to learn and emotional resilience are essential attributes. As Class Teacher, you will direct and mentor classroom support staff. Experience of working in a SEN environment is desirable, along with knowledge of working with SLD and PMLD needs . You will join a supportive and experienced team of dedicated education and support staff. Full training and development will be provided along with a bespoke induction programme.

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SEN Teachers

  • Hillingdon, London
  • £65 - £90 per day
  • Permanent
Posted a month ago

SEN Teachers London Borough of Hillingdon Special school for ASD/SLD Both Primary and Secondary teachers needed January Start Long Term and Permanent contracts We are currently looking for a number of SEN Teachers to join this outstanding SEN School in Hillingdon for children aged 319 with Autism (ASD), Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD) and associated needs. You would be leading a class of up to 10 students with the aid of a number of fulltime TAs. Students are working at P levels to low National Curriculum levels and following a largely creative and sensory curriculum. Each child at the school has an individual education and health care plan (IEHCP) which you would be expected to write and use to monitor progress. SEN Teachers Requirements Must be a qualified teacher with QTS Must have experience in working with children with similar needs Experience in planning and differentiating lessons Excellent communication skills Must have an up to date DBS SEN Teachers Additional Benefits Great pay rates Excellent transport links State of the art facilities onsite Parking for staff onsite Training provided throughout the year Very friendly and welcoming staff NQTs and mainstream teachers welcome to apply

SEN Teacher

  • Havering, London
  • £140 - £200 per day
  • Contract
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Special School for ASD/SLD London Borough of Havering Good Ofsted Key Stage 3/4 January Start Contract until end of July with permanent contract afterwards Excellent training provided We are currently looking for an SEN Teacher to join this good SEN School in Havering for students aged 1118 with Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD), Speech Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) and Autism (ASD). SEN Teacher Job role As an SEN Teacher, you would be planning and delivering lessons for a range of subjects including Maths, Communication, Computing, Art, Life Skills, Humanities and Science. Students have individual education and health care plans (IEHCPs) which you would be writing and suing to monitor progress and provide feedback to parents/carers, support staff and therapists. SEN Teacher Requirements Must be a qualified teacher with QTS Must have UK classroom experience Experience in working with students with similar needs Experience in planning differentiated lessons Confident in using communication aids (PECs, Makaton) Experience in using ASDAN is desirable Up to date DBS SEN Teacher Benefits Staff parking onsite Great pay rates Friendly and welcoming environment Training provided to staff throughout the year making it a great option for NQTs with some SEN experience

SEN Teacher

  • Hayes, Middlesex
  • £140 - £200 per day
  • Contract
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Special school for ASD and complex needs Small class sizes London Borough of Hillingdon January Start Long term/permanent contract We are currently looking for an SEN Teacher to join this good SEN School in Hillingdon for children with Autism (ASD) and complex needs. As an SEN Teacher you would be planning differentiated lessons for a range of subjects including Maths, English, Science, Humanities, Art and PE. Children are working at mid p levels and following a largely sensory and creative curriculum. Class sizes are small and you would be lading around 8 students with the help of 34 TAs. You would be expected to write annual reviews, individual education plans and mark work. SEN Teacher Requirements Must be a qualified teacher with QTS essential Experience in working with children with similar needs essential UK classroom experience essential Able to plan and differentiate lessons to meet individual needs Able to write individual education and health care plans (IEHCP) Experience in using TEACCH principles desirable

SEN Teacher Secondary PMLD

  • Camden, London
  • £140 - £185 per day
  • Contract
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Camden SEN School Secondary SEN Teacher PMLD Class Immediate Start 2 Term Assignment Excellent Rates of Pay Friendly Supportive School Good Ofsted report Good transport links/parking Long Term Job Interviewing ASAP I am currently looking for a teacher who is experienced working with students with profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) to join a top SEN school in Camden. The school are seeking to appoint a quality SEN practitioner to join their team from January to teach a mixed Year 7/8 class for the remainder of the academic year to cover a member of staff who is going on maternity leave. The school is well served by public transport with underground links to central London only 10 minutes walk away, the school is easily accessible from all of zones 13. The school itself is a mixed needs site with children and young people aged between 3 and 19 all educated on the campus. The needs of the students range from severe autism trough to PMLD classes like this one. Facilities are fantastic as the site has been purposed built and continuously invested in since it opened. The role will require leading, delivering and coordinating lessons and curriculum to students that have physical disabilities, cognitive and developmental difficulties. You will need to be committed to ensuring pupils make good progress and encourage pupils to reach their potential through engaging and stimulating teaching. It is important that you are a good line manager, can set targets, can plan a sensory curriculum (some children have visual impairments), write reports, liaise with parents and external agencies and communicate well with fellow staff. Your main duties would include: Inspiring and engaging and developing the sensory engagement and social skills of children with profound & multiple learning difficulties. Assessing individual learning needs and working with experienced LSAs in class Assessing and reporting on individual pupils progress. Liaising with your head of department to ensure that all mid and long term targets and tracking data are accurate. Successful candidates will need the following skills and qualifications: QTS or a UK recognised teaching qualification To be able to differentiate work to students depending on their need and abilities. Excellent communication skills with the ability to communicate with other staff members. The ability to use initiative and can work well under pressure. PECs or Makaton trained is desirable Experience is desirable

SEN Teacher ASD/SLD

  • Wandsworth, London
  • £140 - £190 per day
  • Temporary
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher located in the London Borough of Wandsworth Make the most of this opportunity to become part of a SEN school and start work as a SEN Teacher. SEN Teacher role in a thriving SEN school located in Wandsworth Salary MPS *Longterm cover starting immediately with the option of going permanent My client is a good to outstanding Ofsted rated school that is looking for a creative and vibrant SEN Teacher who is able to demonstrate excellent classroom practice with an uptodate understanding of the latest curriculum across all key stages. The school supports pupils with moderate and severe learning difficulties experience in this area would be highly beneficial. The successful applicant will need to be able to demonstrate the ability to deliver fun, creative, interesting lessons designed to increase attainment and stimulate independent thought and discussion amongst pupils. In return you will be joining a successful and vibrant SEN school. As a SEN teacher you will be given excellent in house training. The class is well supported by an outstanding team of TAs and the Deputy Head would also be your Key Stage Coordinator and on hand to support you through the transition. This large SEN school located in a semirural area which is surrounded by local transport routes and green open spaces, making this school an attractive place of work for teachers from all around London. It occupies a special position as an integral part of the local community and is one of the most popular schools in the area. Thanks to the forwardthinking approach taken by the Head Teacher, the school is always installing new facilities to further the learning of the pupils and places great importance in building strong relationships with parents.

SEN Teaching Assistants

  • Brent, London
  • £65 - £90 per day
  • Contract
Posted a month ago

SEN Teaching Assistants London Borough of Brent Brand new school (2017) Long term /permanent contract Progression opportunities Training provided January Start We are currently looking for a number of teaching assistants to join this new SEN school in Brent which opened earlier this year. Although the school is still very small in size at the moment and only caters for primary aged students, they are looking to accommodate students aged 418 with Autism (ASD) and complex needs. This is a great opportunity to join a new expanding school with the opportunity to grow and take on greater responsibilities. SEN Teaching Assistants Requirements Experience in working with students with similar needs Any experience in using ABA or VB principles would be desirable Must be calm and supportive Proactive and able to think on your feet Comfortable undertaking personal care SEN Teaching Assistants Additional Benefits Brand new state of the art facilities Opportunity to progress within the school Great transport links Friendly and fun work environment Great pay rates

SEN Teacher (KS3 SLD)

  • Camden, London
  • £140 - £200 per day + Dependent Upon Experience/Skills
  • Temporary
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher (SLD) Camden SEN School KS3 SLD Class 8 Students January Start Interview/Trial Days ASAP 3x Full Time Experienced TAs SEN Teacher About the candidate: I am seeking to appoint and experienced SEN teacher who is highly motivated, enthusiastic who has a real passion for teaching children with Autism. This excellent SEN school caters to children aged 2 19 all of whom have a diagnosis of Autism and many with additional needs. The school has an exceptional reputation and is heavily oversubscribed. The Headteacher has specified that they are welcoming applications from teachers with special school experience, ideally someone with recent experience teaching Secondary SLD students. Applications from outstanding mainstream teachers with some work based or personal SLD experience, OTTs and candidates already on route to gaining QTS are welcomed. The successful applicant will be a class teacher for a KS3 class of 8 SLD students most students have speech language and communication needs and therefore experience of PECs and Makaton may be beneficial though not essential. There is fantastic training and individual support for teachers and support staff which makes this an ideal position for a teacher seeking to make the move from mainstream into an SEN environment. SEN Teacher Additional Benefits: Supportive stable SLT World Class Research and Development Centre Providing Exceptional Training and Insight Career Progression Opportunities Potential Permanent Contract New School Building with Amazing resources Wellequipped classrooms SEN Teacher Skills and experience: Recent UK Teaching experience Experience working with ASD or SLD students Good curriculum knowledge PECS and Makaton skills preferable QTS ideally

SEN Teacher

  • Hayes, Middlesex
  • £150 - £220 per day + Paid to scale after 12 weeks
  • Permanent
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher ASD primary SEN teacher vacancy Outstanding Hillingdon School Fantastic Facilities Temp to Perm Role Initially on Timesheets £150 £220 per day Warm, Supportive, Well Organised and Responsive SLT January Start (Or Earlier) We are looking to appoint an outstanding, selfmotivated class based SEN teacher to work in an exceptional ASD/SLD school, developing provision for pupils with autism. Consideration will be given to additional payment within a recruitment package for the right candidate e.g. relocation expenses. An opportunity also exists for additional responsibilities and may attract additional payment dependant on qualifications and experience. The school, is a small but highly resourced centre in the outer London Borough of Hillingdon, that has excellent staff retention and received an Outstanding grade from Ofsted earlier this year. It is located in a purposebuilt building in a pleasant residential area in Hillingdon, which benefits from reasonable rental costs, excellent transport links to central London as well as pleasant local cafes, shops, restaurants and bars. This is a unique opportunity for suitable candidates to progress their careers by joining a talented, hardworking and friendly team involved in developing first class provision for pupils with autism and learning difficulties. The school offers a comprehensive multiagency focus with an emphasis on ongoing professional development for all staff. The school is looking for: experienced and energetic practitioners with the knowledge, skills and understanding of a range of teaching, learning, assessment and behaviour management strategies to make a positive impact on the progress of pupils with autism who have learning difficulties highly motivated, innovative people with enthusiasm and commitment QTS is preferable although overseas trained teachers with UK experience who are awaiting their QTS are encouraged to apply the proven ability to work collaboratively in a multi professional team The successful candidates will have the opportunity to: benefit from excellent teaching support and leadership develop as leaders of learning through career management and personally tailored, indepth professional development access a range of resources and new school facilities We would like to hear from you if you could make a positive contribution to the development of this lovely school.

SEN Teacher

  • City of Westminster, London
  • £30000 - £48000 per annum
  • Contract
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Westminster Starts January Small Lower KS2 Class Permanent Job Strong TAs Good OfSTED Modern Classroom Full Time Salary MPS UPS My client is a good Ofsted rated school that is looking for a creative and vibrant SEN Teacher who is able to demonstrate excellent classroom practice with an uptodate understanding of the latest developments in the UK curriculum and special needs best practise. The school supports pupils with autism and severe learning difficulties. An experienced SEN Teacher who has been working recently in this area would be beneficial although primary trained teachers with a good track record and an interest in SEN would definitely be encouraged to apply to become an SEN Teacher at this school. The successful applicant for this SEN Teacher job will need to be able to demonstrate the ability to deliver fun, creative, interesting lessons designed to increase stimulate independent thought, interaction and sensory engagement amongst pupils. In return you will be joining a successful and vibrant SEN school. As a SEN teacher you will be given excellent in house training. The class is well supported by an outstanding team of TAs who are supportive and open to clear direction. This large SEN school located in a highly popular and exclusive area which is surrounded by local transport routes and green open spaces. The building is well resourced, recently refurbished and very bright making it an attractive place of work for teachers from all around London. Thanks to the forwardthinking approach taken by the Head Teacher, the school is always investing in training programmes for staff, installing new facilities and working to build a strong bond across the team. The SLT places great importance in building strong relationships with parents and in providing a positive environment for staff. There is a good social side with most of the staff making it out for a few drinks each Friday, the SLT make sure they and those with families leave early letting the younger elements of school staff blow off some steam! Some teaching experience in a UK or English speaking school is a must for applicants! If this sounds like an exciting opportunity to you please apply today!

SEN Teacher

  • Kensington and Chelsea, London
  • £145 - £215 per day
  • Permanent
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher SLD Class Kensington and Chelsea Start ASAP Long Term Job Permanent Job from September 2018 Pay 145 215 per day An outstanding SEND school in the London borough of Kensington and Chelsea are seeking to appoint am SEN teacher for an immediate start to join their team to cover a long term sickness through to the end of the academic year. The position has arisen due to one of their permanent SEN teachers having to move back to Australia due to family issues. This role will last for the duration of the academic year but could become permanent in due course subject to performance. The school has been consistently rated as outstanding and the appointed SEN teacher would benefit from their exceptional training. The school caters to primary and secondary aged pupils who have a range of needs including severe learning difficulties and profound and multiple learning difficulties. The Headteacher has indicated that they are seeking an enthusiastic, hardworking, proactive, flexible SEN Teacher to work in an SLD class of 7 pupils who range between years 5 and 6 in age. The class is supported by 4 experienced LSAs. Long and medium term plans are in place for the class as the teacher taught them all last year as well; you will however be taking on the full responsibilities of a permanent member of staff and will be expected to undertake short term planning, provide assessments, fill out paperwork, liaise with parents etc. The ideal candidate will have some experience working with children with more complex special needs either in a special school or in a mainstream setting. UK trained and overseas trained teachers with UK teaching experience and QTS or the equivalent are encouraged to apply. Please apply ASAP for immediate interview.

SEN Teacher

  • Wandsworth, London
  • £160 - £220 per day + Dependent Upon Experience/Skills
  • Permanent
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Wandsworth SEN School Specialist School for Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD) and Autism (ASD) Primary Teacher mixed Y3/4 class January Start Interview/Trial Days ASAP Small Classes (7) 2x Full Time Experienced TAs SEN Teacher About the candidate: I am seeking to appoint and experienced SEN teacher who is highly motivated, enthusiastic who has a real passion for teaching children with Autism and other related complex learning needs. This excellent SEN school caters to children aged 5 11 all of whom have a diagnosis of Autism and many with additional needs. The school has an exceptional reputation and is heavily oversubscribed. The Headteacher has specified that they are welcoming applications from teachers with special school or mainstream experience, as are both NQTs, OTTs and candidates already on route to gaining QTS. The successful applicant will be a class teacher for a mixed Y3/4 KS2 class of 7 students all of whom have Autism most students are not verbal and therefore experience of PECs and Makaton may be beneficial though not essential. There is fantastic training and individual support for teachers and support staff which makes this an ideal position for a teacher seeking to make the move from mainstream into an SEN environment. SEN Teacher Additional Benefits: Supportive stable SLT Regular CPD Performance related bonuses Career Progression Opportunities Potential Permanent Contract Wellequipped classrooms SEN Teacher Skills and experience: Recent UK Teaching experience Experience working with ASD or SLD students Good curriculum knowledge PECS and Makaton skills preferable QTS ideally

SEN Teacher

  • City of Westminster, London
  • £29000 - £48000 per annum
  • Permanent
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Westminster Start January 2018 Small Class Permanent Job Strong TAs Good OfSTED Modern Classroom Full Time Salary MPS UPS My client is a good Ofsted rated school that is looking for a creative and vibrant SEN Teacher who is able to demonstrate excellent classroom practice with an uptodate understanding of the latest developments in the UK curriculum and special needs best practise. The school supports pupils with autism and severe learning difficulties experience in this area would be beneficial although primary trained teachers with a good track record and an interest in SEN would definitely be encouraged to apply. The successful applicant will need to be able to demonstrate the ability to deliver fun, creative, interesting lessons designed to increase stimulate independent thought, interaction and sensory engagement amongst pupils. In return you will be joining a successful and vibrant SEN school. As a SEN teacher you will be given excellent in house training. The class is well supported by an outstanding team of TAs who are supportive and open to clear direction. This large SEN school located in a highly popular and exclusive area which is surrounded by local transport routes and green open spaces. The building is well resourced, recently refurbished and very bright making it an attractive place of work for teachers from all around London. Thanks to the forwardthinking approach taken by the Head Teacher, the school is always investing in training programmes for staff, installing new facilities and working to build a strong bond across the team. The SLT places great importance in building strong relationships with parents and in providing a positive environment for staff. There is a good social side with most of the staff making it out for a few drinks each Friday, the SLT make sure they and those with families leave early letting the younger elements of school staff blow off some steam! Some teaching experience in a UK or English speaking school is a must for applicants! If this sounds like an exciting opportunity to you please apply today!

SEN Teacher

  • City of Westminster, London
  • £150 - £210 per day + Dependent Upon Experience/Skills
  • Permanent
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Westminster SEN School Specialist School for Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD) and Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) January Start Interview/Trial Days ASAP Small Classes (6) 4 Full Time Experienced TAs SEN Teacher About the candidate: I am seeking to appoint an experienced SEN Teacher to an SLD class in a highly regarded SEN school in Westminster. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record and recent experience teaching in a UK SEN school. The school have indicated that they are open to overseas trained teachers with recent UK SEN school experience or UK trained primary teachers (EYFS/KS1) with an enthusiasm for SEN and the ability and willingness to learn. This vacancy will run at least until July 2018 but a permanent contract would be offered to the right person. SEN Teacher Additional Benefits: Head of departments working closely with Teachers Regular CPD Career Progression Opportunities Performance management related awards Well equipped classrooms interactive white board, ipad, multisensory equipment Employee Assistant Programme free, confidential support, information and advice (homelife and workrelated issues, financial and debt enquiries, legal enquiries, support for managers and general information) Hammersmith and City, Metropolitan, Circle, Bakerloo, Central, District, Overground and National rail links all within a 515 minute radius Free yoga class once a week SEN Teacher Skills and experience: Recent UK SEN Teaching experience Experience working with ASD or SLD students Good EYFS curriculum knowledge PECS and Makaton skills preferable QTS ideally

SEN Teacher

  • West London, London
  • £29000 - £48000 per annum + TLR
  • Permanent
Posted a month ago

A Catholic SEND school in West London is looking for a number of SEND teachers to join their growing team. The school has Primary, Secondary and Sixth form positions available. The school is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. The staff is friendly and supporting. Students are well motivated and well behaved. As well as improving the students academically the school is very focused on making students independent and teaching them life skills, this is particularly important for special needs students and something that OFSTED have praised the school on. You can gain a tremendous amount of job satisfaction from helping students not just in their studies but also teaching them life skills that will last a lifetime. This is why so many of the staff are so committed to the school and to their students, so you will be working along like minded professionals whos goals align with each other and this creates a very unified and supportive teaching team that you can also be part of. If you enjoy promoting Catholic ethos and working with a successful team, helping SEND students achieve their personal best? If you have all we are looking for and more, please apply today! In order to register with Trust Education, it is essential that you fulfil the following requirements: You can provide 2 references within the last 2 years. You hold the right to work in the UK. You should be a qualified Teacher. You hold the right to work in the UK. You have a current DBS on update service or willing to do one. Trust Education offers competitive rates of pay, additional bonuses, a chance to works in top London schools, and continuous professional development. We pride ourselves on our personal service and support. We have an abundance of work and are always looking for new teachers across all age groups and subject areas.

SEN Teacher

  • Barnet, London
  • £150 - £170 per day
  • Contract
Posted a month ago

SEN teacher needed at a vibrant, wellknown Primary School in Barnet. I am currently seeking an experienced SEN Teacher who will require PMLD specific teaching strategies and a nurturing approach to behaviour management. The school is situated in Barnet and the role is to start ASAP . We are looking for a SEN Teacher to join their team ASAP. Qualified Teacher Status Proven experience within a classroom Willingness to involve themselves in school life Strong classroom management skills A flexible and adaptable approach to work Innovative ideas to engage the children in lessons Teamteach trained, desirable Excellent administrative, organisational and communication skills A genuine passion for education. A nonjudgmental and empathic approach Current DBS The successful SEN Teacher will be excellent classroom teachers with a commitment to fulfilling the needs of pupils experiencing behavioural, emotional or learning difficulties, and social communication difficulties. You will have the desire to create a culture of learning, where children are happy, enthusiastic, motivated and ambitious. Ensuring that the classroom is a positive and stimulating learning environment.. If you wish to apply for this position then please send your CV for the attention of Danielle Russell at Remedy Education

SEN Teacher

  • Merton, London
  • £150 - £230 per day
  • Contract
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Merton Special School (Primary) ASD Specialist January Start 2 Term Assignment Potential Permanent Job Sept 18 Excellent SLT Friendly, Supportive Environment I am seeking to appoint an SEN Teacher to a highly regarded Merton SEN School. The SEN Teacher I am seeking to appoint will be a hardworking and committed primary practitioner with experience and relevant training in working with pupils in a special needs setting (Autism). The ideal applicant would have: Experience of and commitment to raising achievement in a school setting The ability to demonstrate outstanding practice differentiating plans, writing Individual Education Plans, liaising with supporting agencies and implementing additional support programs to meet pupils specific needs. Relevant training and/or experience relating to working with pupils with autism and communication disorders in specific PECS, Makaton and TEACCH training. Experience of managing a support staff team A creative and sensory approach to teaching that engages pupils The school is a primary Special School for pupils with Autism located in South West London. The school supports a wide range of learning disabilities including pupils with severe and complex social and communication difficulties. The class you would be teaching is a Y4 group which is one of the more able classes, the pupils in class (8) range between high P Levels and low national curriculum level 2s. Many of the pupils have significant barriers to learning in terms of communication skills. The class are on the whole very well behaved although there is one child who can be very challenging although they now have 1:1 support and this has negated any detrimental effect on the class. The school has a good reputation locally and currently serves students from over a dozen London boroughs; it was judged a Good school in its recent OFSTED inspection.

SEN Teacher

  • Hounslow, London
  • £30000 - £49000 per annum
  • Permanent
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Primary Class Primary SEN Teacher Small Class (6 pupils) Autism (ASD) Class Key Stage 1 Permanent Post January or April Start Hounslow SEN School Good/Outstanding OfSTED A special school for children and young people with moderate and severe learning difficulties based in the London Borough of Hounslow are seeking to appoint an experienced SEN teacher to start with them on a permanent contract either in January or April 2018. The school educates pupils with moderate to severe learning difficulties a high proportion of whom have a diagnosis of autism and have speech language and communication difficulties. In 2015 Ofsted judged the school as good with outstanding features, behaviour and leadership were singled out as as outstanding. In the next year or so the school will be moving into a new £30m purpose built complex, which will better meet the needs of our pupils and enhance their education. They are currently recruiting for a classroom teacher to work in the primary department. The successful applicant will have a very small class (6 pupils) with a high ratio of staff to pupils (2 Full Time TAs). They are looking for applicants who have experience or understanding of pupils with SEND, specifically Autism if possible although other experience and a desire to learn is enough. Essential qualities they are looking for are: Experience of developing and adapting curriculum and Schemes of Work to meet the needs of pupils Imagination, creativity and a highly developed sense of responsibility A desire to motivate and enthuse all pupils. Thorough knowledge of assessment and an understanding of how to deliver and assess differentiated programmes of study A passion for the promotion of the highest levels of progress in learning and independence The ability to work collaboratively as a member of a team, in partnership with all stakeholders including parents Having spoken to staff to establish what it is they like about their jobs common themes do emerge. Staff point to the happy, friendly and supportive team environment where everyone is highly professional but where staff do enjoy each others company and having a laugh and enjoying your day is encouraged by the SLT. The SLT are a stable team that has built steadily over the last 35 years. They make a point of investing in the training and development opportunities of the teaching and support staff. The school is committed to raising standards through continuous development and enhancing the learning experiences of the pupils. The Headteacher is happy to consider applications from teachers currently in a mainstream or special school setting. A comprehensive induction programmes which can also support mainstream teachers who are interested in moving into special education is on offer to ensure a smooth and successful transition. If shortlisted, you will be required to spend a full day in school. The assessment day will include class based activities and well as an interview and written tasks.

SEN Teacher

  • Hammersmith and Fulham, London
  • £35000 - £49000 per annum
  • Permanent
Posted a month ago

SEN Teacher Primary ASD/Maths Coordinator Permanent Job Starting as soon as possible MPS UPS3 + SEN Points + TLR Points Permanent Job Excellent SLT Real Investment in CPD Hammersmith & Fulham School Good OfSTED I am, seeking to appoint a class teacher and Maths Coordinator to an all age special school (519) located in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The school caters for children and young people with a wide range of learning difficulties, including Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and moderate learning (MLD) and medical needs. All our pupils have a Statement of Special Educational Needs (SEN) or an Educational Health Care Plan (EHC). The Headteacher, SLT and all teaching and learning staff are committed to enabling all the young people to achieve their full potential in education and life. High expectations in terms of behaviour and progression of all pupils is the norm. The aim is to ensure that all their young people can be independent, resilient and able to make positive life choices, confidently contributing to and being valued by the communities in which they find themselves. The aim is to achieve this by being amongst the best providers of special education and a centre for excellence within the education community. I am therefore looking for a maths coordinator to work across the school. You should have a sound knowledge of the maths curriculum and be willing to develop your expertise further. This is an ideal opportunity for a teacher to develop their leadership skills. Job Role To play the leading role in managing daytoday Maths curriculum issues. Developing, promoting and monitoring procedures for improving the quality of the Maths Curriculum. Establishing, developing and implementing an appropriate Maths Curriculum which meets the needs of all pupils. To assist the AHT [Assessment] with Pupil Assessment and take a lead on the Maths Assessment / Recording / Reporting to ensure there is an effective system for recording and reporting pupil progress; as well as analysing and using the data for use in school improvement. To support in the development of the Maths Curriculum across all key stages within the school. Key Tasks and Responsibilities To be responsible for a small class of pupils with complex needs including autism and moderate learning difficulties. This will be achieved by: Being an outstanding teacher Having excellent communication and interpersonal skills Having evidence of experience in meeting the needs of pupils with a range of complex needs or being willing to undertake training The school offers: Friendly, enthusiastic, delightful pupils and students A committed and caring staff team A proactive and supportive governing body Opportunities to develop your skills and talents. Apply today for an immediate interview!

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