Experienced SEN Teacher required for a post 16 provision based in central London. The provision caters for young people and adults with severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties.
** SEN Teacher - SLD/PMLD - NQTs considered
**16-25 year olds - SEN Teacher/ Lecturer
** SEN Teacher for Complex Learning Difficulties
**Permanent SEN Teacher / Lecturer role - Immediate Start
Permanent SEN Teacher post available in Central London to start this month on a permanent basis. If you have experience working with young people or adults with complex needs then we would like to hear from you. As an experienced SEN Teacher you should be a creative individual with the ability to plan and teach your own lessons.
The curriculum in the post 16 provision is focused around Personal Progress, Employability Skills and some Functional Skills. Previous experience teaching some or all of these kind of skills as an SEN Teacher in 11-16 or post 16 provision is essential for the role.
The successful SEN Teacher /Lecturer will be joining a school that is committed to providing a motivating and friendly educational environment. The students enjoy learning and the supportive staff team provide a fantastic environment for you to develop your career and hone your skills.
The school offers on-going training, which will give you the opportunity to develop innovative patterns of classroom practice as an SEN Teacher. You will benefit from the school's extensive facilities and exceptional in class support provided by the dedicated and skilled staff team. There is wide-ranging contribution from the multidisciplinary team including speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and occupational therapists, as well as a highly experienced team of teaching staff.
This post is to start immediately on a permanent basis. If you have experience as an SEN teacher or lecturer working with SLD/PMLD young people or adults and have a passion for this kind of work then please send us your CV immediately for consideration.
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