SEN Teacher – Harlow, Essex
Would you like a new challenge and a change in direction in your teaching career?
Do you have a passion for educating and inspiring students with SEN needs?
Are you looking to join a collaborative and supportive school that will value you as both a professional and individual?
‘If they cannot learn the way we teach, then we teach the way they learn.’
Academics are looking for passionate, driven and inspirational SEN teachers that have a desire to deliver continuity in the classroom and it so happens that a lovely school that we are working with based in Harlow, Essex are looking for you too!
A truly rewarding role has become available based in Harlow, Essex starting in January 24 for an SEN Teacher to join a supportive school!
Whether you are looking for a new challenge or a change in direction in your teaching career, this is an extremely rewarding role and we can guarantee that you will leave work every day not only feeling valued as a professional but also as an individual.
The children at this school based in Harlow, Essex are inspirational. They want to learn and are grateful to their teachers and mentors.
With ample support from SLT and your Learning Support Assistants, you will be able to hit the ground running.
January 24 start
36,051 – 46,525 per annum + SEN allowance
Monday – Friday
CPD and progression
Your new role and responsibilities:
Plan, prepare and deliver lessons to the SEN curriculum standards.
Provide high quality teaching that will enable pupils to make progress not just academically, but socially and emotionally.
Ability to communicate with and encourage children with additional needs.
Support and guide children to ensure that they feel valued and safe at all times.
Liaise with SLT and parent’s/ guardians regarding pupils progress and any concerns that may arise.
Ensure children are motivated and having fun during their lessons.
Adapt delivery of lessons to pupils needs.
Hold QTS or equivalent teaching qualifications.
Previous classroom teaching experience in a similar role.
Good understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder and knowledge of the latest teaching methods.
Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team.
Calm, patient and resilient approach.
Able to adapt to each child’s needs.
Click ‘apply’ today to secure your new role for January 24
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