SEN Teacher

Posted 16 May by Timeplan Education Group Ltd Featured

SEN Teacher

TimePlan Education are working with an Academy Trust in the Middlesex area who are recruiting for SEN teachers for September 2018. This is an exciting opportunity to join a specialist academy trust that has a real focus on supporting the needs of students with a range of learning and behavioural needs.

These opportunities are all permanent teaching posts which require Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) in the UK. We will be looking to recruit experienced teachers or NQTs for the posts. If you are an experienced teacher, we will be looking for prolonged experience (a minimum of 1 academic year) in all your recent schools.

The trust has a number of schools that all offer outstanding resources and provision for their students. Across the schools, all ages are catered for and pupils have a range of needs from mild, specific learning difficulties to complex physical, social and emotional needs. The school's in the trust are closely linked and very much work together to support the needs of their pupils and parents. Therapies form an important part of the school life, so as a teacher you will work closely alongside art, occupational, physio and speech and language therapists.

External partnerships play an integral role in providing additional opportunities for the students across the trust and teachers at all levels are encouraged to take part and lead extra-curricular activities.

Our specialist permanent education team here at TimePlan will support you all the way through the application and interview process with the view to you securing your next permanent position for September 2018. We are team of dedicated consultants who have previously worked in schools and alternative education providers so that we can provide accurate advice and guidance throughout the process.

To apply for these roles please email TimePlan on or phone Ben Mason directly on .

TimePlan Education Group Limited is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (1974) and is subject to a successful Enhanced Disclosure, Barring Service (DBS) check and two professional references.

Application questions

Do you have QTS in the UK?
Do you have a degree in your subject?
Do you have experience working in a special school setting?

Reference: 35157550

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