Primary ASC Teacher

Qualified Teacher - Hounslow, North West London

Ref: 2548Friday 3 May 2024

M1 £32,407 to U3 £48,055 + SEN Allowance £2,384 - £4,703

Primary ASC Teacher – West London SEND School – September start – M1 £32,407 to U3 £48,055 + SEN Allowance £2,384 - £4,703.

Are you a specialist ASC Teacher seeking an exciting opportunity in a SEND setting?

Do you want to work in a new and expanding purpose built SEND school that offers extensive CPD and takes staff wellbeing very seriously?

About the Primary ASC Teacher role

  • Pay Scale: M1 £32,407 to U3 £48,055 + SEN Allowance £2,384 - £4,703.
  • ASC Teacher - starting September 2023.
  • Take responsibility for the preparation and delivery of learning activities for individuals and groups of students.
  • Lead small classes tailored towards, ensuring you work creatively to inspire students.

The successful Primary ASC Teacher will prepare, plan and deliver lessons to a small group of pupils who have autism and complex needs, and you will help to nurture them and help them to achieve their learning outcomes

The ideal Primary ASC Teacher

The ideal primary ASC Teacher will be driven to succeed and teach children with autism and complex needs. You will have the passion and purpose to want to make a difference in the world. You will understand the pathways this teaching can represent to help pupils gain employment. The ideal primary ASD Teacher will be a passionate individual who relishes in all challenges teaching students with additional needs can have. You will have a UK teaching qualification such as PGCE, SCITT or Bachelor of Education (BEd), Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or Qualified Teaching or QTLS - Qualified Teacher Learning and Skills status.

Ideally the school are looking for a teacher with previous experience teaching students with SEND, autism and complex needs but mainstream teachers are welcome to apply as with the schools outstanding CPD programme and specialist SEMD training, this truly is a wonderful school to take those first SEND teaching steps!!

The wonderful SEND school

  • Well resourced large SEND school in West London
  • Vast outdoor learning space including a fully managed allotment
  • Primary and secondary age – ASD and complex needs
  • Lots of opportunities to progress in growing school
  • Supportive leadership who are passionate about staff progression
  • Employee counselling and support
  • Generous pension scheme
  • Developing integrated therapeutic educational model


If you want to work in an authentic, child centred, stable professional working environment that promotes high standards for our pupils and places a very high importance on staff wellbeing, then please apply today to Emilie Pecheur at Parker Smith Inclusion –

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.

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