SEN Teacher

Posted 01 July 2024
Salary Negotiable
Job type Contract
Discipline Special Education Needs
ReferenceSEN Teacher_1719824633
Contact NameChloe Brown

Job description

Job details

Job title: SEN Teacher

Salary: £40,000 - £56,000

Would welcome candidates from mainstream and special schools' whatever stage of their career.

Contract type: Permanent Full-time

Reporting to: Executive Head Teacher Seva Education.

Our schools are places where everyone is treated with dignity, respect and is of equal worth.

The Role as an excellent practitioner at any stage of your career you will be focusing on achieving the very best outcomes for our pupils with special educational needs. You will be a key part in enabling our pupils to fulfil their own unique potential by working alongside other professionals to deliver consistently excellent lessons and experiences.

You will be teaching a broad and balanced curriculum and through this you will ensure that all children are able to meet their true potential.

Working at Remedy Education will provide you with:

  • Well-resourced curriculum planning including access to Curriculum Maestro, Read, Write Inc and other planning tools
  • Bespoke access to programmes provided by our talented therapists' team
  • Well-equipped education and therapeutic facilities
  • Support with early intervention pathways that reduce the barriers and transitional difficulties from childhood towards the preparation for adulthood
  • EAP Wellbeing package including access to practical and emotional and mental health support, counselling and online health advice
  • Free car parking space
  • Good local transport links (tube, train and bus)
  • A career pathway with excellent training opportunities and the opportunity to progress

Main purpose

The teacher will:

  • Fulfil the professional responsibilities of a teacher, as set out in the School Teachers' Pay and Conditions Document
  • Meet the expectations set out in the Teachers' Standards

Duties and responsibilities Teaching

  • Plan and teach well-structured lessons to assigned classes, following the school's curriculum and schemes of work
  • Assess, monitor, record and report on the learning needs, progress and achievements of assigned pupils, making accurate and productive use of assessment
  • Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of pupils
  • Set high expectations which inspire, motivate and challenge pupils
  • Promote good progress and outcomes by pupils
  • Demonstrate good subject and curriculum knowledge
  • Participate in arrangements for preparing pupils for