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Date Added: Sat 22/10/2022

SEN Teacher Prison

Feltham, TW13, UK
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Company: SOCIAL CARE DIRECT

Job Type: Permanent, FullTime

Salary: £29000 - £33500/annum

SEN Tutor/Teacher - Neurodiversity - Prison based - Permanent - near Feltham - up to £33500 - 37.5 hours per week
I am looking for an enthusiastic and highly motivated SEN Tutor to join this diverse role within a prison. Your role will be to support residents who can have a multitude of complex needs who need assessment and support during their time in prison.
The focus of the department is to provide education opportunities that will enable the prisoners to gain skills and competences that will assist them to return into the community without re-offending. If you hold a full teaching qualification, a recognised Level 3 qualification or above in an identified subject and professional experience focusing on a particular learning difficulty, such as dyslexia or autism, this could be a great opportunity for you.
Main Responsibilities:
* Working with individuals who may have physical disabilities, sensory impairments (ie visual or hearing), speech and language difficulties, learning difficulties such as dyslexia, conditions such as autism, social, emotional and mental needs or have a combination of these difficulties
* Ensure that all learners, including those with special or additional are able to access education and the whole curriculum
* Have a strategic overview of SEN and inclusion throughout the prison including planning, policy writing, advising and supporting other staff. This will also include the writing of provision maps for individuals/groups of learners
* Identify learners' individual needs with SEN and being responsible for creating a safe, stimulating and supportive learning environment
* Initiate and carry out assessments and prepare and manage the assessment paperwork
The Ideal Candidate:
* Full teaching qualification (Minimum of CTLLS) or PGCE
* Previous qualified teaching experience
* A good understanding of the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) code of practice
* Recognised Level 3 qualification or above in an identified subject and professional experience focusing on a particular learning difficulty, such as dyslexia or autism
* Have an interest in the rehabilitation and resettlement of offenders
* Have an ability to communicate effectively at all times through different mediums, including spoken and written communication
* Ability to manage confrontation and challenging behaviour
* Patience, understanding and empathy with learners
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