SEN Teacher -€“ South London -€“ ASAP/Jan 2021 Start
- Job Reference: 00032976-1
- Date Posted: 26 December 2020
- Recruiter: CV-Library
- Location: London
- Salary: £25,000 to £30,000
- Sector: Education, Covid-19
- Job Type: Permanent
SEN Teacher – South London – ASAP/Jan 2021 Start
Perm - Full Time
Competitive salary plus incredible benefits!
A SEN School in Lambeth are looking for a SEN Teacher to join their therapeutic setting. This “Outstanding” Special School support pupils with ASD, SEMH and Learning Difficulties.
You will be responsible for leading the Key Stage 2 cohort which will include pupils from Year 5 and 6. With the support of TAs and another SEN Teacher, you will run effective lessons for your class of 7/8 pupils.
Job Description - SEN Teacher
Confident SEN Teachers who are experienced in supporting Autism, SEMH and Learning Difficulties Needs .
Passionate in keeping Social and Emotional Well-being at the heart of teaching
Experience implementing a creative, differentiated curriculum.
Permanent and Full time
Start ASAP or Jan 2021
Person Specification - SEN Teacher
Thorough experience supporting pupils with diverse, differentiated curriculum
Must hold UK QTS and have thorough experience developing ASD pupils who have SEMH and Learning difficulties
Ability to engage non-verbal pupils
Experience managing team of support staff.
School Information - SEN Teacher
Supportive and motivated Head Teacher and SLT
Plenty of progression opportunities
Beautiful School Site & surrounding areas
Good Transport Links
COVID-19 Notice - We will not be interviewing candidates face to face, we will instead be interviewing via video link where possible or speaking via phone call. Vetting procedures will be carried out online.
UCM Education specialise in placing Teachers and support staff in schools and nurseries throughout the UK. Due to the number of applications we receive for job posts we cannot contact all unsuccessful applicants. We are an Equal Opportunities Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment