SEND Teacher

Westminster, London
RJLAM0040_1705656943
Date Posted: 19 Jan 2024
  1. SEN Teacher
Competitive
  1. Long-term

SEND Teacher

Westminster, London
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Tradewind Recruitment are currently looking for a experienced SEND Teacher to join this Secondary PRU starting in February. This is a full time, long-term role for the remainder of the academic year and upon review there will be an opportunity to go permanent.

The School:

The Secondary PRU houses pupils with challenging behaviour, and the associated learning disabilities. The PRU is well equipped to provide the best education possible. You will have access to sensory rooms, amongst other helpful tools for pupils with high autism needs.

The class holds 12 children maximum, the PRU pupils join in with day to day school life and integrate into mainstream classes according to their individual levels of need.

As a SEND teacher you will be responsible for the below:

  • Planning and delivering lessons for pupils with ASD and SEMH needs
  • Working with the support staff to put in place and run interventions.
  • Support behaviour by following the children's plans
  • Updating and setting targets for children.
  • Working alongside Speech and Language Therapist

Tradewind are renowned for offering top rates of pay, more CPD than any other agency, great referral bonus and termly networking & social events.

Click 'Apply now' to be considered for this great position as a SEN Teacher in Islington or for more information about the role, contact Raj Joshi on 0207 845 5450 (Option 3) / raj.joshi@twrecruitment.com

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