£130 - £160 per day
10 months ago
SEN Teacher - London Borough of Lewisham, - Complex Needs School - (Primary and Secondary and Post 16) - September Start - Long term
- SEN Teacher required for Primary, Secondary and Post 16 classes
- Special Needs School based in London Borough of Lewisham
- £130 - £160 per day
- Experience teaching students with Complex Needs is preferred
Are you currently a SEN Teacher who is looking for a new challenge?
Would your students or colleagues describe you as a passionate, enthusiastic, and adaptive SEN teacher?
Do you attain knowledge and experience teaching students on the Autistic Spectrum?
If you have answered yes and you are looking to start in September 2018 as a SEN Teacher, please continue reading below and hit the apply or alternatively call Carly Walters at Remedy Education.
SEN Teacher - The school
Fantastic SEN School based in the London Borough of Lewisham which offer training and support to progress your CPD. The SEN School caters for students with varied complex needs which may include Autism, Medical & Physical Needs, Severe Learning Difficulties, students range from 4-19 who may also speech and language difficulties. The SEN Teacher will have great confidence in working with students whom are verbal and nonverbal.
SEN Teacher - The position
You will be a qualified teacher holding QTS/QTLS with experience teaching students with Autism/Complex Needs. You will be required to teach a class of 6 students that all have Autism and some also have other needs. You must attain the ability to plan and deliver creative lessons that are tailored to each individual student needs as each student will work and progress differently. In regard to support you will be accompanied by two teaching assistants always. Ideally the SEN Teacher will be a positive and enthusiastic who attains great sympathy.
If this sounds like the ideal SEN Teacher role for you, please send your application to Carly Walters at Remedy Education.
Remedy Education is committed to equality and value diversity. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults.