SEN Teachers

Posted a week ago by Recruitment 4 Education

Birmingham, West Midlands (County)
£170 - £190/day

Recruitment 4 Education are currently supporting a fantastic school loacted within Birmingham who are looking for experienced SEN teachers to support pupils across KS1-KS4 who suffer with some but not all learning disabilities including: Autism, Moderate learning disabilities, Severe learning disabilties and Challenging behaviour.

The roles will be on a full-time basis and available for September/October start 2022. The roles will be on long-term contracts, which will have a strong possibility of the roles progressing to permanent placements if successful in the roles.

These are fantastic opportunity's to work at great school with a friendly and supportive leadership team with the opportunities to progress within the school.

The ideal candidate should have the following:

  • Qualified Teacher Status
  • Previous experience of teaching students with Special educational needs (ASD)
  • Knowledgeable of the UK curriculum
  • Skilfully able to plan effective lessons and differentiate based on each child's individual needs
  • Aware of the procedure with regards to safeguarding in a school environment
  • Reliable & punctual
  • Ability to risk assess and follow instructions
  • Ability to develop rapport with SEN individuals
  • Playful, patient and calm with a desire to get the best out of individuals with SEN.

Excellent daily rates of pay

We encourage suitable candidates to apply asap to be considered/shortlisted for the role.

Start Date:
Sept/October 20
Contract Length:
Job Reference:
SEN Teacher
Job ID:
Less than 10

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