Primary School SEN Teacher

Qualified Teacher - Hounslow, North West London

Ref: 5207Monday 13 May 2024

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

Primary School SEN Teacher

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

I am currently working with an amazing SEND school who are looking for passionate and hardworking Primary Teacher to support children with special educational needs including Autism (ASC), Speech and language communication needs (SLCN) and Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD).

Located within a newly-refurbished building, the school hosts a range of fantastic facilities and various opportunities for the children to express themselves. This includes small classroom size (7 - 9 students) to ensure that each child is given the attention they need, as well as specialist facilities for IT, food technology and science. There are also calming therapy spaces for students and a Eco Garden for quiet reflection and a large outdoor area with a grassy pitch for the staff and students to enjoy.

You will be looking to support vulnerable children from the tender age of 3 up to the age of 11.

Being a Primary Teacher is a very emotionally rewarding role, as you will be supporting vulnerable children by supporting them with their educational and emotional needs and actually making a huge impact in their lives.

The wellbeing and growth of their staff is also really important as they offer continuous professional development from the day you first start.

About the School:

We're seeking a dedicated Primary Teacher for our specialist SEN school located in Feltham. Our school provides a nurturing and therapeutic environment for students who face challenges accessing mainstream education. With small class sizes and a focus on individual needs, we're committed to supporting every student on their educational journey.

The Ideal Primary Teacher:

We're looking for someone with:

  • A therapeutic teaching approach and experience with emotional regulation strategies
  • Positive behaviour management skills and the ability to de-escalate challenging situations
  • A nurturing and consistent approach to supporting student communication and development
  • Experience supporting those with ASC, SLD, SLCN
  • The ability to build strong relationships with vulnerable students, including disengaged teenagers

What You Can Expect:

Join a supportive team dedicated to the learning and personal development of young people. Enjoy excellent facilities in our brand new, purpose-built school building. Collaborate with multidisciplinary therapy teams and receive extensive specialist training from SEMH specialists.

  • Childcare vouchers
  • A relaxing on-site canteen - you no longer have to worry about what to get (fish and chips on Fridays!!)
  • Car parking space

Interested in Learning More?

If you're excited about the prospect of joining our team and want to explore our SEND opportunities further, please get in touch! You can apply by responding to this advert. We can't wait to hear from you!

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