Here at Tradewind Recruitment, we offer a range of SEN teaching roles in Hull from beginner level jobs and more senior roles to suit all candidates. SEN Teaching positions vary greatly; you might work with a special individual in a mainstream class, or you might take small group sessions. Tradewind Recruitment can take the stress out of your job hunt and find you the perfect SEN teacher role in Hull.
What does an SEN teacher do? On a day to day basis, they help students in the classroom to progress socially and academically and to grow in confidence. SEN Teaching roles are reserved for those with the right qualifications and years of experience, however, SEN Teaching Assistant roles can be the ideal starting point for those looking to kick-start their career working with Special Needs.
SEN Teaching jobs across Hull
Individuals who become an SEN Teacher will possess great patience; you will often be dealing with challenging behaviour, but it is important to maintain sympathy for your student’s needs and accommodate their individuality. Teaching really is one of the most rewarding professions, both in terms of what you can do for your students as well as what it means for your professional development.
There are a huge range of SEN teacher roles available in Hull. You could be working with pupils who are physically disabled, have sensory disabilities, are emotionally vulnerable or have a learning difficulty such as Dyslexia, ASD or EBD. You will be giving a helping hand to pupils who have difficulties with tasks such as reading, writing and numeracy. These pupils might find it difficult to understand or process instructions. If you want to work in SEN, then get in touch with Tradewind Recruitment today!
Job responsibilities include:
- Create daily lesson plans and materials to cater each child’s needs.
- Keep up to date with children’s progression and development.
- Be able to use the specialist learning equipment.
- Attend meetings with staff members and parents/guardians.
- Work well with other staff members, social workers, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and educational psychologists.
- Organise activities outside of the classroom.
Qualifications to become an SEN Teacher
To be on your way to becoming an SEN Teacher, you must have a Bachelor of Education Degree or a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. Or you can take the School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT), the Teach First Leadership Development Programme, the Graduate Teacher Programme or the Registered Teacher Programme.
What can I do to improve my prospects?
To get an SEN teaching role, you must have the correct qualifications, have a valid DBS check and experience working with children with Special Needs. Tradewind Recruitment holds regular teaching workshops so get in touch with our team for more information! We have our friendly team members in our local offices in Sheffield, Preston, Nottingham,