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SEN Teacher required, Brent
About the role:
Part time - 4 days per week, working with pupils aged 16-24. The timetable will include working with various groups of students, supporting them with different learning needs and life skills.
The school are looking to appoint someone who:
Is an outstanding, motivated and skilful Teacher with an excellent understanding of Special Needs
Has a wide range of SEN experience, including personal care, medication administration, and feeding
Has a desire to create an engaging curriculum, which will excite and inspire the minds of your pupils
Has the dedication to work in partnership with families and professionals to provide appropriate support for all children.
You must have:
Qualified Teacher Status
The eligibility to work in the UK
A current DBS or be willing to apply for one
Two suitable references covering the last two years
You will need to be an experienced SEN trained teacher who holds QTS and has experience of teaching in the UK.
You will be joining a vibrant team who are professional, hardworking and supportive with the capability and desire to raise achievement even further. The students are enthusiastic and willing to learn and are proud of their learning environments.
This position is to start ASAP
For more information, please contact Stacey on (phone number removed) or (phone number removed) or alternatively email a recent copy of your CV to .
Supply Desk is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All successful applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check which must be maintained throughout the period of employment and meet safe recruitment standards.
Do you know other great teachers or support staff?? Simply refer a friend and we will pay you £100 for every person you refer to us once they have worked 5 days.
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