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Secondary Teacher

SEN

Full Time 

Slough

I’m currently working in partnership with a school in Slough who have asked me to help in their search for a Secondary Teachers to start a full time role in September 2020.

The role is to teach a small class of pupils all on the Autism Spectrum. Each child will have very different needs to the next and will be following their individual EHCPs. The class consists of 6 Teaching Assistants who are highly experienced and specialised in supporting pupils with Autism. Teaching Assistants will support the pupil’s behaviour management, speech language development and emotional needs. They will also be on hand to help prepare resources, track and report  the progress of each child to the class teacher.

Responsibilities:

Adapting teaching style to meet each individual unique needs, inside and outside of the classroom

Teaching pupils 121 or in small groups

Liaising with professional including the SALT (speech and language therapist), Educational Psychologists and Social Workers

Preparing lessons and resources

Attending weekly and annual meetings with Senior Leadership and Governors

The school are looking for a Secondary Teachers who has experience teaching pupils with Autism in a Mainstream or Specialist school. The school will offer additional training to staff if required, including Team Teach (behaviour management).  The school requires Teachers full time (Monday – Friday) to start in the new academic year. You need to hold a UK QTS, have experience teaching Autism and have a genuine passion to support pupils with additional needs.

Please contact Business Development Manager Nicole Totterdell to find out more on 01183271556 or by emailing nicole.totterdell@teachinngpersonnel.com

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later

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