Senior SEND Teacher

Brent, London

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Date Posted: 17 May 2024
  1. Teaching Assistant
£150 - £359 per day
  1. Daily supply

Senior SEND Teacher

Brent, London


Job Advert: Senior SEND Teacher - Primary ASD Teacher

Position: Senior SEND Teacher (Primary ASD Teacher)
Start Date: September 2024 or sooner
Location: Brent, Inner London
Contract Type: Full Time
Contract Term: Temporary leading to permanent contract in January 2025
Suitable for NQTs: Yes

Are you an experienced and dedicated SEND Teacher looking for a rewarding role in a supportive environment? If you have experience working with children with Autism and are passionate about making a difference, we encourage you to apply for this senior SEND teaching position in Brent.

About the School

SANZA Teaching Agency is currently recruiting for a small Ofsted Outstanding SEN provision in Brent. This role is ideal for a Primary Trained Teacher with experience working with children with Autism, ready to start a full-time role in September 2024 or sooner.

What the School Offers:

  • A positive and caring ethos and working environment.
  • A school where staff are highly valued, with wellbeing and a healthy work-life balance being a priority.
  • Enthusiastic, motivated, well-behaved children and very supportive parents.
  • A committed, friendly, welcoming, and supportive staff team.
  • Excellent support from the headteacher, senior leadership team, and governing body.
  • High-quality and bespoke professional and career development opportunities.
  • Opportunities and potential for future leadership roles.

The Ideal Candidate:

  • An excellent, engaging, and reflective classroom practitioner.
  • Good knowledge of SEN, particularly ASD/complex needs.
  • Able to assess, plan, resource, and review the needs of children in line with their EHCP.
  • Able to motivate, enthuse, engage, and inspire pupils through an engaging Autism-specific curriculum.
  • Skilled in developing strategies that enhance the wellbeing of children with ASD.
  • Effective communicator with parents, pupils, and colleagues.
  • Capable of establishing and maintaining a positive and effective learning environment.
  • Flexible, a good team player, and committed to the school's values and mission statement.
  • A dedicated, caring professional who wants to be part of a happy and successful team.

You Must Be:

  • Patient and understanding.
  • A qualified Teacher with QTS.
  • Supportive of the classroom teacher with strong classroom management skills.
  • Empathetic towards pupils with learning difficulties.
  • Flexible in teaching styles to adapt to each individual.
  • Confident working with both groups and 1:1.
  • Able to liaise effectively with parents and colleagues.

Why Choose SANZA?

  • Top Pay Rates: We offer competitive pay rates that reflect your expertise and dedication.
  • Professional Development: Access to more certified CPD courses than any other education recruitment agency.
  • Referral Scheme: Recommend a friend and earn a brilliant bonus!
  • Interview Preparation: Full interview preparation and assistance to help you feel confident and prepared.
  • Lesson Planning Support: Ongoing support with lesson planning even after securing your placement.
  • Online Portal: Easy access to timesheets and availability logs.
  • Networking Events: Free social and networking events to get to know your peers and consultants.

Application Process:

To apply for this position, please contact Paige Ferro at SANZA Teaching Agency on 02078456240. Paige will guide you through the application process and provide additional information about the role and the school.

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