SEN Teachers required for September 2020
As a special educational needs teachers you will need to work with children who need additional support. This includes children with physical disabilities, learning, emotional, behavioural or communication difficulties, conditions such as autism, dyspraxia, dyslexia and ADHD, sensory impairments (for example, visual impairment), sensory processing disorder, and mental health issues. Special educational needs (SEN) teachers may also work with gifted children.
Job responsibilities include:
-developing programmes of learning activities
-planning, preparing and researching lessons
-preparing and adapting teaching materials
-making use of special facilities and/or equipment
-contact and teaching time with students on an individual, class or small group basis
-checking and assessing students' work and giving feedback
-encouraging personal development via tutorial and pastoral work
-attending meetings and reviews
-liaising with parents, external agencies and a range of other professionals, such as speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and educational psychologists
-coordinating the work of support staff
Are you and a teacher with experience of working with children with additional needs in the mainstream but would like to solely work in the SEN sector? If this sounds like you, please email me a CV and covering letter to email@example.com
The Education Network is committed to Safer Recruitment and recruits to Compliance+ standards. Any appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check in addition to other safeguarding checks. The Education Network is an equal opportunities employer. The Education Network is acting as a recruitment agency in relation to this vacancy.