Autism SEN Teacher

Teacher or Senior Leader - Newham, North East London

Ref: 4719Wednesday 24 April 2024

Autism SEN Teacher

September Start

London Borough of Newham

PAYE daily rate in line with Teachers Pay Scale M1 - M6

A brand-new, purpose-built Special School in East London is searching for a qualified, confident, and ambitious Autism SEN Teacher to join the team. This school provides care and education to children with Autism and Complex Needs predominantly as well as various other learning difficulties. It is a fantastic purpose-built site undergoing transformation into a school with a range of quality facilities for sensory learners. Working as part of a Trust that functions across East London and Essex, this school boasts incredible development and training opportunities that could see you go all the way up to Assistant Head Teacher.

Requirements of an Autism SEN Teacher:

  • SEND qualifications or experience
  • To work and support students with a diagnosis of Autism through play-based and activity-based learning
  • To observe, assess and support students in their personal and educational development
  • To work alongside Management, SENCO’s and other faculty
  • To be prepared to offer advice to parents and work with them to support their child.

The ideal candidate should be a qualified teacher seeking the opportunity to work with children with complex needs and various learning difficulties and autism. This is an incredible chance for a newly qualified teacher looking to get a foot in the door in an expanding and diversifying sector of education, in a brand new school, working under the guidance of a prominent and well-known Trust of SEN schools in East London.


Interested in hearing more about SEN Teacher opportunities across London? Is this role not quite perfect for you? Get in touch and tell us about yourself - we'll see how we can help!

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If you are not contacted within 5 working days, unfortunately, you have been unsuccessful for this role. However, we will keep your CV and you are welcome to contact us to discuss your SEND career development.

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