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Qualified SEN Teacher – Specialist setting – Birmingham - Competitive salary
Are you a highly skilled and experienced Qualified SEN Teacher looking for a rewarding opportunity to make a difference in the lives of children with special educational needs (SEN)? Are you passionate about providing tailored education and support to help students with diverse learning needs thrive? If so, we have exciting positions available for Qualified SEN Teachers working in a special school in Birmingham.
The specialist school is a leading special school in Birmingham, renowned for its commitment to providing exceptional education and support to students with a wide range of special educational needs. The school prides itself on creating a supportive and inclusive learning environment where every child is given the opportunity to succeed academically, socially, and emotionally.
As a Qualified SEN Teacher, you will bring your expertise, passion, and previous experience to create a nurturing and stimulating educational experience for our students. You will work closely with students, parents, and a multidisciplinary team to provide the best experience for their students and deliver high-quality teaching in line with the national curriculum.
- Plan, prepare, and deliver engaging and differentiated lessons that cater to the unique needs of students with SEN.
- Implement strategies and interventions to support students' academic progress, social development, and emotional well-being.
- Use a variety of teaching methods and resources to promote inclusive learning and foster a positive classroom environment.
- Collaborate with teaching assistants, therapists, and other specialists to provide comprehensive support to students.
- Regularly assess students' progress and provide constructive feedback to students, parents, and the school team.
- Maintain accurate records of student achievement, attendance, and behaviour.
- Attend and contribute to staff meetings, professional development sessions, and parent-teacher conferences.
- Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) with a recognized teaching qualification.
- Proven experience working as a SEN Teacher in a special school or similar setting.
- Sound knowledge of the national curriculum and the ability to adapt teaching methods to meet individual needs.
- Strong understanding of different special educational needs and the ability to implement appropriate teaching strategies.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to effectively collaborate with students, parents, and a multidisciplinary team.
- Patience, empathy, and a genuine passion for working with children with SEN.
- Organizational skills and the ability to prioritize workload effectively.
How to Apply: If you are a dedicated Qualified SEN Teacher ready to contribute your skills and experience to positively impact the lives of our students, please apply using the provided. We look forward to hearing from you.
All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see the FAQ’s on the Teaching Personnel website 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 date.
Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We undertake safeguarding checks on all workers in accordance with DfE statutory guidance ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ this may also include an online search as part of our due diligence on shortlisted applicants.
We offer all our registered candidates FREE child protection and prevent duty training. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.
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