SEN Teacher

Qualified Teacher - South West London

Ref: 4622Monday 22 April 2024

Job Title: SEN Teacher

Location: Sutton

Start Date: September 2024


Are you an experienced SEN Teacher seeking a new opportunity? We are currently seeking a dedicated SEN teacher to join our team in Sutton, working closely with our SEN unit and collaborating with the SENDCO of the school.

Our school, part of an academy, is committed to supporting the complex needs of up to 150 pupils and students with Education, Health, and Care Plans (EHCP) primarily diagnosed with Speech, Language, and Communication Needs (SLCN) and/or Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC). Our mission is to empower each student and their families to achieve ambitious goals, enabling them to lead fulfilling lives. We embrace diversity and value each individual, striving to foster a community where everyone feels respected and supported.


Role Responsibilities:

  • Developing tailored learning programs for students with SEN
  • Planning, preparing, and researching engaging lessons
  • Adapting teaching materials to suit individual needs
  • Utilizing specialized facilities and equipment as needed
  • Assessing students' abilities and requirements
  • Creating Individual Education Plans (IEPs) for SEN students
  • Facilitating integration into mainstream classes for SEN students


Candidate Requirements:

  • Confidence, enthusiasm, and a hands-on approach to learning
  • Experience or interest in working with children with profound/complex Special Education Needs
  • Familiarity or commitment to using symbolized communication systems (AAC) to support language and learning
  • Strong interpersonal skills to build positive relationships with students, teachers, parents, and carers
  • Ability to foster positive behaviour in a nurturing environment
  • Commitment to embracing outdoor learning
  • Knowledge and experience in supporting children with significant sensory integration difficulties
  • Passion for working with neurodivergent students
  • Teaching qualification is essential



  • Previous experience working in an SEN setting is desirable 
  • This position requires in-person work.


If you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of students with special educational needs and meet the qualifications outlined above, we encourage you to apply. Join us in our mission to provide a supportive and inclusive learning environment for all our students.

To apply, please submit your CV directly or contact Elise at

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