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Teacher of SEN High Wycombe

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Teacher required for SEN school in High Wycombe

  • Are you an experienced teacher of SEN?
  • Do you have the skills to support students with complex needs?
  • Would you like to develop yourself professional with in house training and our CPD training?

Teaching Personnel are currently looking for a special educational needs Teacher for a full time position in a large SEN school in High Wycombe. The school caters for students aged 3-19 years old with PMLD, SLD, Autistic Spectrum Conditions and Severe Speech, Language & Communication Needs. Although this is currently a temporary long term contract, for the right candidate, there is the potential for this to extended in to a permanent contract.

The school are ideally looking for someone with previous experience supporting students with additional needs, however they are willing to consider anyone who can demonstrate a good understanding of the extra support their students will require and shows initiative and is proactive and gets involved with supporting all students. The position will initially be working within a primary class but someone who would be willing to work with secondary aged students as well would be ideal. Your main role will be to support the students on a one to one basis and in small groups to aid their academic progression, as well as develop their sensory skills and social and emotional skills according to their individual levels. You will be required to follow the guidance of the class teacher to ensure the safeguarding and protection of students at all times.

Teaching Personnel will be accepting applications throughout September.

If you would like to find out more information about this role, or apply, please contact Jade Trevorrow on 01183271595

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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