Make a real impact for a child with SEN by working as a SEN TEACHER in a special need schools!
Special Needs Teachers shape our pupil's future by ensuring they have the best possible outcomes through engaging learning and social opportunities.
If you are seeking a rewarding challenge and a teaching position in a school where senior leadership work both creatively and in collaboration with staff, we want to hear from you!
We have a lovely special needs school based in Richmond looking for SEN Teachers with autism, speech and language difficulties or severe learning needs experience for requirements starting from 19th April 2021. The role would be initially based in the school's secondary department but the school will also have a new primary department opening in September 2021.
The school provides engaging and specialised learning and therapy for children with learning difficulties and speech and language needs including the diagnosis of autism.
- Immediate ad-hoc SEN teaching and Higher Level Teaching Assistant work with full-time and permanent opportunities.
- 1:1 and small group teaching of children in Special Needs School starting after Easter (19.4.21)
- Competitive rates ranging from £115 - £150 per day dependant on Special Needs teaching experience and training
- On-site specialist training provided to all staff twice a week
You will need to:
- Be able to travel to Twickenham area (Richmond, South West London)
- Be able to work either Monday to Fridays 8:30am - to 3:45pm or a minimum of 3 weekdays 8:30 - 3:45pm during school term time
- Have experience teaching in a Special Needs setting or 1:1 with children/adults with a special need diagnosis
- Have experience planning and adapting curriculum for children with autism (EHCP)
Having knowledge of Team Teach and/or SEN specific resources such as PECS, TEACCH, Makaton, symbols and sensory play is highly beneficial
The school has child centred approach to education where lessons are tailored to suit the needs of each pupil through the use of a range of teaching approaches such as:
- Play based learning
- Multi sensory approaches
- Intensive Interaction
- ABA (Applied Behavioural Analysis)
- Send your updated CV
- Be open to providing a valid child DBS on the update service, documentation and references