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Teacher (primary) - Northolt

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Teach and make a real impact to a child's life today!

Teachers shape our pupil's future by ensuring the best possible outcomes and creating engaging learning and social opportunities for children. With high demands for skilled teachers to teach children in special need schools across West London we are looking for full-time Teachers confident in EYFS or Primary curriculum to start immediately.

We are working closely with a special need primary school based near Northolt station in the Hillingdon area that is looking to appoint teachers with QTS, PGCE or relevant degree equivalents. Most pupils within the school have a diagnosis of autism with some with additional communication and sensory needs. The school are eager to train successful teacher applicants with training provided in autism specific resources and behaviour management, so those with a good understanding of SEN will also be considered.

If you are a confident teacher with either experience supporting or good knowledge of special needs, particularly autism we want to hear from you!

Benefits

  • Year long contract from date of successful trial with permanent contracts offered after completion
  • Established behaviour, autism, anti-bullying policy in school devised by SLT, therapy and in-house Behaviour team
  • Special needs training provided to teachers in areas such as TEACCH, SPELL, Sign-a-long and Positive Behaviour Support
  • Minimum of 3 Highly trained SEN Teaching Assistants to support pupils in class and across school
  • Local to bus links and Northolt tube and Hayes & Harlington Station

Responsibilities

  • Lead a small class of up to 8 autistic pupils in educational, social and developmental activities
  • Write Individual Learning Programmes for pupils in class collaborating with therapy and SLT
  • Participate in pupil Annual Reviews and ILP progress meetings
  • Using database (training will be provided) to record and access pupil progress

Curriculum:

The curriculum is split into areas of learning and age appropriate dependent on the year group.

  • Language and Communication
  • English
  • Maths
  • Science and Technology
  • Arts and creativity (Art and Design, Music and Drama)
  • Place and time, and people and culture (History, Geography, Religious Education)
  • Physical development and health (PE and PSHE including well-being)

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.

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