Location: East London
Start: April 2018
Type: Long Term with a view to going permanent
Prospero Teaching are currently seeking secondary trained teachers who are interested in teaching in a Special Needs Schools.
Prospero Teaching are able to help you transition into SEN.
Prospero Teaching are working with a variety of SEN specialist schools, provisions and units currently hiring creative and enthusiastic mainstream teachers who wish to transition into teaching students with special education needs.
As an SEN Teacher in Secondary you will be required to have a PGCE with QTS in any subject and a strong knowledge of the National Curriculum.
A confident nature and the ability to differentiate within the class.
SEN Teachers have one class and get to know their students well and work with external agencies and SENCOs more closely to ensure the needs of the students are met, it's a slightly more nurturing role and less target driven.
SEN Teachers and support staff work with students Education Health Care Plans and these are updated on a regular basis.
As a qualified teacher you will have come into contact with students and adults with special needs more than you think from Autism, Speech and Language Needs, ADHD and a range of other specialist needs.
We can identify your skill set and where your passion lies and work towards finding you the right role and support you along the way with the interview process, building your knowledge of P-scales and give you an insight information as to the make-up of schools, how they work with needs to ensure a safe and rewarding teaching and learning environment.
The SEN Team at Prospero work with schools across London and the surrounding counties and can find the role you are looking for!
The schools range from Primary to Secondary Level (including some colleges) working with a wide range of pupils with different needs such as ASD, EBD, SEBD, SLD and PMLD.
Roles & Responsibilities:
-To carry out the duties and responsibilities of a teacher
-To teach pupils in the agreed age range and promote the well-being, health and happiness of the children in their class and any other assigned groups
-To foster positive self-esteem and hold high expectations of children's work and behaviour
-To liaise with support staff to provide the best education for the children in the class
-To take responsibility for a curriculum area based on candidates strengths
-To contribute to SLT development meetings to ensure best practice of all teaching and support staff
-To take responsibility for the welfare and safety of all children on roll and to have due regard for the health and safety of staff and pupils
-To promote the aims and values of the school and teach according to the school's current policies, particularly the Teaching and Learning Policy
-Be a positive role model in all circumstances
-To develop and maintain a high standard of classroom management, providing a stimulating and s supportive learning environment
-To use a range of strategies to provide quality experiences which meet the needs of all children in the class
-To participate in extra-curricular activities where needed such as after school clubs or residential visits
To be eligible to apply you must:
-Have QTS or QTLS (or eligible to obtain QTS)
-Be a UK resident or be eligible to work in the UK
-Hold a valid DBS certificate or be willing to process one
- Be creative and innovative
- Encourage students to reach their full potential
If you are interested in applying for this position please send an up to date CV or Contact us directly in the office on with the reference GM/QTSNRT. We are unable to provide individual CV feedback due to the high volumes of applications
Prospero Teaching recruits teachers for supply, long term teaching or permanent teaching jobs, for schools across the UK.
If you are interested in working as a nursery nurse, classroom assistant, primary teacher, secondary teacher, teaching assistant, SENCO, school support staff, SEN Teacher, or if you are an NQT, contact Prospero Teaching today to register.
Prospero Teaching, have teaching positions across, North London, West London, East London, South East London, South West London, West midlands and all Home Counties including, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey and Kent
- Cerebral Palsy
- Conflict Resolution
- Special Needs
- Team Teach
- Hearing Impairment
- Visual Impairment
- Speech Language
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