Ideal Opportunity to Kick Start Your SEN Career!
Due to increased demand, our Specialist SEN Branch here at Teaching Personnel are currently recruiting Primary & Secondary Teachers in and around the Reading areas.
Teaching Personnel are a National Procurement Service education staff supplier to all schooling provisions in Berkshire, and are committed to providing the highest level of customer service, competitive rates of pay, professional learning and development opportunities and a consultative approach to your education career. Are you coming to the end of your PGCE and considered working within an SEN school? We consider NQTs for these schools. Did you know that you do not have to have specific experience in working within specialist provisions?
We are currently recruiting for the following position:
Special Educational Needs Class Teacher
All qualified applicants that register and work with Teaching Personnel will:
- Be paid GBP130 -180 per day
- Be allocated a specialist education consultant with extensive experience in the profession, who will work closely with you to identify opportunities for continued professional development. Based on your ideal role.
The successful SEN Teacher will need to:
- To undertake the teaching of students with a range of Special Educational Needs, those with Education Health and Care Plans, and particularly learners with Autistic Spectrum Disorder
- Promoting inclusivity by setting clear learning objectives, enabling full access to the curriculum and any extra-curricular activities
- Use of assessment data to inform future lesson planning and learning materials to motivate and support all students to make good progress
- Setting high expectations for pupil behaviour, learning, motivation and presentation of work, by establishing a purposeful working atmosphere and providing challenging and inspirational learning experiences, in line with specific school policies
- Providing physical and communicative support to pupils, using appropriate modes of communication, catering to the individual needs of the pupils
- Providing support in a manner which facilitates the pupils' cognitive development, by removing barriers to learning, co-ordinating intervention activities to promote attainment
- Supervise and guide the deployment of support staff providing physical pupil welfare, assisting with physical needs as appropriate and agreed e.g. assisting with lifting, moving and handling and intimate care
What we need from you?
- Copies of qualifications relevant to the post
- Education Workforce Council Registration
- Enhanced DBS Certificate
- Right to Work documentation
- Evidence of working within a setting supporting children with ALN
Worried you have little or no experience of working within an SEN setting? Please do not let that deter you. The school we are working in partnership with are able to offer support and guidance. All you need to do find the passion for teaching in a specialist setting. For more information please get in touch with Jess our SEN Branch manager at your earliest opportunity.