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SEN Teacher - Portsmouth

The School

  • Provides education for children aged 2 to 16 years old, with a diagnosis of Special Educational Needs
  • Promotes independent learning and ensures education is accessible to all students
  • Sets students up for adult life, by teaching everyday skills such as using public transport and cooking
  • Located within Portsmouth, with access by train, bus and car

The Job 

  • Providing education by using PECs, creative curriculums and play based learning
  • Managing behaviours in line with School policy
  • Liaising with other education professionals to ensure all needs of each student are met
  • Follow individual learning plans and tailoring learning plans
  • Participate in staff meetings, PEP meetings, training sessions and parents evening when required

Ideal Candidate Requirements

  • Have a clear understanding of Special Educational Needs, specifically autism, severe and/or profound and multiple learning difficulties and social, emotional, mental health needs
  • To have worked with Special Needs in some form of professional capacity, such as Support Worker, Care Assistant or SEN Teaching Assistant before completing your Teacher Training
  • Hold UK QTS or Overseas equivalent 
  • Be patient, charismatic and nurturing towards students with additional needs
  • Have a passion for supporting children with special educational needs
  • Be available at least 2 days a week, Monday to Friday, Term Time only

About Teaching Personnel

  • The UK's leading education recruitment agency with over 10,000 teaching and support staff working each week
  • Exclusive partnership agreements with local Schools across Primary, Secondary and SEN sectors
  • Able to offer the most varied work, including Home Tutoring, Intervention, Virtual Teaching, Class Teaching and many more through our sister companies!
  • Access to an exclusive CPD Academy where you can access online and in-house training courses such as Safeguarding Level 2, Autism Awareness, Team Teach, Child Psychology, Moving and Handling and many, many more!
  • Dedicated and supportive sector-specific Recruitment Consultant who will guide you through placements and seek out your ideal job role
  • Local opportunities with the chance to gain direct contracts within Schools; fixed term, permanent, full time, part time and maternity cover

To apply for position of SEN Teacher, please send an up to date CV via the link or email sam.green@teachingpersonnel.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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