SEN Teacher

Posted 25 June 2024
Salary £180 - £230 per day
Job type Contract
Discipline Special Education Needs
Contact NameTyne Brownlie

Job description

SEN Teacher | About the School

This fantastic SEN School is a renowned institution dedicated to providing exceptional education and care for children aged 3-11 with severe special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities. Nestled in a nurturing and inclusive environment, the school combines state-of-the-art facilities with a compassionate, highly trained staff to cater to each child's unique needs. Through a combination of therapeutic interventions, sensory experiences, and personalised learning plans, they ensure that every child receives the support and encouragement they need to thrive. With its emphasis on holistic development, this amazing school stands as a beacon of hope and excellence in the SEN community.

SEN Teacher | Responsibilities

  • Develop, implement, and regularly update individualised education plans for each student.
  • Set specific, measurable goals tailored to the unique needs and abilities of each child.
  • Design engaging and accessible lesson plans that incorporate various teaching methods and assistive technologies.
  • Create a safe, supportive, and inclusive classroom environment.
  • Work closely with teaching assistants, therapists, and other support staff to deliver comprehensive care and communicate regularly with parents and guardians
  • Adhere to all legal requirements and school policies regarding SEN education.

SEN Teacher | Requirements

  • UK Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) is essential.
  • Bachelor's degree in Special Education or a related field is desirable.
  • Additional certifications in areas related SEN are desirable.
  • Previous experience working with children with severe SEN and disabilities.
  • Experience in developing and implementing individualised education plans (IEPs).
  • In-depth understanding of various disabilities and SEN, including autism spectrum disorders, physical disabilities, and cognitive impairments.
  • Strong classroom management skills and the ability to implement positive behaviour support strategies.
  • Patience, empathy, and a compassionate approach to teaching.

SEN Teacher | Benefits

  • The opportunity to make a significant and positive impact on the lives of children with severe SEN and disabilities.
  • Access to specialised training and professional development opportunities in the field of special education.
  • A supportive and inclusive work culture focused on the well-being and development of both students and staff.
  • Potential for career growth within the field of special education, including leadership and specialist roles.
  • High demand for skilled SEN teachers, providing job security and stability.
  • Employment in a sector with meaningful and rewarding work.
  • Emotional rewards from witnessing the progress and achievements of students under their care.