SEN Secondary Science
SEN Secondary Science
This Science Teacher role offers a fantastic chance to make a real difference with students who are unable to remain in mainstream education. Chances of CPD at this fantastic SEN Secondary School are genuine and are available from the moment you start
You don't need to be the most experienced teacher or have to have the best knowledge of SEN but you do need to be committed to development of the students at this school
We are looking for someone who is passionate about the education of young people and more specifically about the education of those children with SEN. You will need to be creative, personable, energetic, engaging and someone the students, staff and parents can rely on. This school has a fantastic support network and provides all its staff with training and support where needed and so you don't have to have an abundance of experience of working with children prior to be successful.
This position is best suited to teachers who have experience working with Autism (ASC) and complex moderate learning difficulties (CMLD). All students in the class will have an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP). As a SEN teacher, you should be able to adapt your lessons and subject material to suit each student's ability.
* Science Teacher KS3/KS4
* Permanent Science Teacher position starting September 2019
* Science Teacher must hold QTS within the U.K.
* Science Teacher must have experience within an SEN environment, preferably a
This Wandsworth based SEN Secondary School is looking for a Science Teacher who wants to build a career. This is a long term position is available for someone who is able to deal with challenging situations on a daily basis and make a true difference to the school and its community
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Click 'Apply Now' to be considered for this great position as a SEN Science Teacher in Wandsworth. Or for more information about the role, contact Emma Aaron on [0207 845 5450] or Emma.firstname.lastname@example.org
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