Early Years SEN Teacher

Qualified Teacher - Redbridge, North East London

Ref: 2773Friday 23 February 2024

Early Years SEN Teacher

London Borough of Redbridge

OLMPS/UPS

September 2023

 

Are you an ambitious SEN Teacher with Early Years Experience?

Perhaps you’re a mainstream teacher but seeking a transition into a specialist setting?

 

I am seeking an enthusiastic SEN Teacher to join a Complex Needs school in Redbridge, which caters for EYFS and Year 1 students and is based on the principles of Early Years Practice. Students here have a range of needs such as Autism Spectrum Condition, Social and Communication Difficulties, and Severe Learning Disabilities.

When you join this team, you can be assured you will be welcomed into a fully diverse and supportive team, with a fantastic atmosphere, brilliant and enthusiastic approach to learning and an environment where wellbeing is at the heart of everything they do.

What am I looking for in a SEN Teacher?

  • Experience teaching EYFS/KS1
  • QTS or equivalent
  • Experience working with different kinds of SEN and strong behaviour management
  • The appropriate SEN Teacher must be able to implement the SEN curriculum
  • The ability to build and maintain lasting relationships
  • Enthusiasm, engagement and proactivity is crucial as a SEN Teacher
  • Good understanding of both OFSTED and the school’s values and the standards required
  • As a SEN Teacher, you should have a strong passion to change the lives of young people

 

Duties of a SEN Teacher?

  • Plan and teach well-structured learning to assigned classes of pupils with complex needs, following the school’s plans, curriculum and schemes of work
  • Assess, monitor, record and report on the learning needs, progress and achievements of assigned pupils, making accurate and productive use of assessment
  • Adapt teaching to respond to the strengths and needs of individual pupils ensuring that individualised programmes/resources/specialist equipment are in place for all pupils
  • To support individual pupil’s needs with a range of specialist teaching and learning strategies (such as TEACCH, use of AAC – including Makaton, Sensory Integration, Intensive Interaction and Multi-sensory Learning & Play), ensuring that teaching and learning is engaging, motivating, differentiated and person-centred
  • Work with other staff to plan and provide for a creative, stimulating and quality curriculum for all pupils which supports a range of learning styles and helps to develop pupil’s independence

 

Interested in hearing more?

If you want to hear more about our SEND opportunities, please get in touch! You can apply by response to this advert! Applying on our company website, uploading your CV to our website, or emailing your CV to elle@psinclusion.co.uk. 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. Parker Smith Inclusion is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. We will help you with this. By applying for this role, you are consenting to Parker Smith Inclusion Ltd storing your personal details in our fully encrypted database, in line with the new GDPR requirements.

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