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  1. NQT - Special Needs Teacher

    Wolverhampton | £85.00 - £110.00 per day | From Hays

    NQT JOB BASED IN WOLVERHAMPTON SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS - SEN I am currently working with a special school in Wolverhampton who have a temporary September job vacancy for an NQT. You would be... about supporting children with special needs. Any experience working in a special school either on a teaching placement or as teaching assistant will be an advantage but not essential. For more ... /JobSeeking/NQT---Special-Needs-Teacher_job60050279 ... required to teach a small class of primary and/or secondary children with a range of moderate to complex learning needs. The job is full-time for at least one term on a temporary supply contract... More

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  2. Special Needs Teacher

    UK-East London | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Special Needs Teacher A Special Needs school in the borough of Newham is seeking a teacher for a September start. The appointed teacher will be responsible for a small group of 8 students all who... skills and attributes needed to coordinate all the additional learning needs provision throughout the school. The ability to communicate with a variety of professionals as well as children is imperative. Expectations of the teacher is as follows- . Liaise with teaching staff to produce IEPs . Monitor the progress of all children . Evaluate IEP targets . Arrange review meetings with other professional bodies . Communicate with parents regularly about child development needs . Maintain organised documentation and data of all children on ALN register APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS... More

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  3. Special Needs Teacher

    UK-Barnet | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Special Needs Teacher A special needs school based in Barnet are currently recruiting a KS2 teacher to commence September 2014. You will be required to do the following: . teach in mainstream... classes, specialist schools, tuition units, assessment centres and clinics . design individual programmes of learning for pupils . supervise special needs assistants and other learning-support staff . liaise with a range of other professionals and attend review meetings. The suitable candidate will have: . specialist caring skills . ability to develop innovative teaching strategies . patience, flexibility and creativity . ability to motivate and encourage individuals and small groups . ability to be assertive and cope with children with challenging behaviour. APPLICATION... More

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  4. Special Needs Teacher

    UK-Harrow | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Special Needs Teacher A special needs school based in Harrow are currently recruiting a KS2 teacher to commence September 2014. You will be required to do the following: . teach in mainstream... classes, specialist schools, tuition units, assessment centres and clinics . design individual programmes of learning for pupils . supervise special needs assistants and other learning-support staff . liaise with a range of other professionals and attend review meetings. The suitable candidate will have: . specialist caring skills . ability to develop innovative teaching strategies . patience, flexibility and creativity . ability to motivate and encourage individuals and small groups . ability to be assertive and cope with children with challenging behaviour. APPLICATION... More

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  5. Special Needs Teacher

    UK-GLD-Harrow | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Special Needs Teacher A leading special needs school based in Brent are currently recruiting KS1 & KS2 teachers to commence September 2014. You will be required to do the following: . teach... in mainstream classes, specialist schools, tuition units, assessment centres and clinics . design individual programmes of learning for pupils . supervise special needs assistants and other learning-support staff . liaise with a range of other professionals and attend review meetings. The suitable candidate will have: . specialist caring skills . ability to develop innovative teaching strategies . patience, flexibility and creativity . ability to motivate and encourage individuals and small groups . ability to be assertive and cope with children with challenging behaviour... More

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  6. Special Needs Teacher

    UK-West London | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Special Needs Teacher A mainstream school in the Borough of Ealing (Northolt) is looking for a teacher for September 2014. The appointed person will be expected / responsible to work within the... Dyslexic Unit. The successful candidate will become a part of this thriving environment and will have the necessary skills and attributes needed to coordinate all additional learning needs provision throughout the school. The ability to communicate with a variety of professionals as well as children with specific learning needs is essential as well as being an organised team worker. . Liaise ... child development needs . Maintain organised documentation and data of all children on ALN register . To work effectively as part of a team . Be able to attend weekly staff meetings/ training... More

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  7. Special Needs Teacher

    UK-West London | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Special Needs Teacher A mainstream Primary school in the Borough of Ealing (Northolt) is looking for a teacher for September 2014. The appointed person will be expected / responsible to work... within the Dyslexic Unit. The successful candidate will become a part of this thriving environment and will have the necessary skills and attributes needed to coordinate all additional learning needs provision throughout the school. The ability to communicate with a variety of professionals as well as children with specific learning needs is essential as well as being an organised team worker ... regularly about child development needs . Maintain organised documentation and data of all children on ALN register . To work effectively as part of a team . Be able to attend weekly staff meetings... More

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  8. Special Needs Teacher

    UK-West London | N/A | From CareerBuilder

    Special Needs Teacher A mainstream Primary school in the Borough of Ealing (Acton) is looking for a teacher for September 2014. The appointed person will be expected / responsible to work within... the Dyslexic Unit. The successful candidate will become a part of this thriving environment and will have the necessary skills and attributes needed to coordinate all additional learning needs provision throughout the school. The ability to communicate with a variety of professionals as well as children with specific learning needs is essential as well as being an organised team worker ... about child development needs . Maintain organised documentation and data of all children on ALN register . To work effectively as part of a team . Be able to attend weekly staff meetings/ training... More

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  9. Special Education Needs (SEN) teachers in Canterbury

    Canterbury | £120 to £170 per day | From TTM

    Are you a Special Education Needs Teacher looking for a SEN Teaching Post to start ASAP? Teaching Appointments have a lovely Special Needs Teaching position to start as soon as possible at a... position, we will be in touch with you shortly. This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/JobSeeking/Special-Education-Needs-SEN-teachers-in-Canterbury_job60028913 ... wonderful School in Canterbury.  This SEN School seeks a Teacher to work with their pupils with EBD, on a supply, day-to-day basis, leading to a long-term contract or even a permanent role. Are ... available to start immediately Have the right to work in the UK Are a qualified Teacher Have experience working with pupils with SEN In return, we will offer you: Opportunities to aid... More

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  10. Special Education Needs (SEN) Teachers in Hythe, Kent

    Hythe, Kent | £120 to £170 per day | From TTM

    Location: Hythe, Kent Salary: £120-£170 per day Are you a Special Education Needs Teacher looking for a SEN Teaching Post to start ASAP? Teaching Appointments have a lovely Special Needs Teaching.... This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/JobSeeking/Special-Education-Needs-SEN-Teachers-in-Hythe-Kent_job60029718 ... position to start as soon as possible at a wonderful School in Hythe.  This SEN School seeks a Teacher to work with their pupils with EBD. Are you experienced working with pupils with Emotional ... work in the UK Are a qualified Teacher Have experience working with pupils with SEN In return, we will offer you: Opportunities to aid professional development Competitive rates of pay... More

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As a Special Educational Needs Teachers (SENT), you will work with children and/or adults who have a wide range of mental, behavioural or sensory disabilities who are unable to prosper in a mainstream class environment. Your pupils will include those with dyslexia, autism, hyperactivity, Down's Syndrome or blindness. You could earn more than mainstream teachers, as you're awarded an extra yearly allowance on top of the basic teacher salary.

Who can I work for?

Primarily local education authorities (LEAs), but also independent and private schools.

Where and when can I work?

Mainly classroom based, but also the occasional venture out, such as field trips and visits to places of special interest. The class will either be in specialist schools, youth offender centres or hospital schools or you could work with students in mainstream schools. 8pm-4am with extra time allocated for marking and extra-curricular activities.

What can I earn?

An experienced, leading SENT can earn up to £42K a year. The average, however is £25K-£35K with starting salaries at £20K-£25K.

What are the benefits?

Massive satisfaction in helping your students progress. Being totally immersed in your work.

Are there chances of promotion?

You may go on to become a special educational needs co-ordinator, head teacher or teaching other teachers as a special educational needs consultant.

What will I be responsible for?

  • Employing methods to convey national curriculum subjects which differ to those in mainstream schools – these include sign language, braille, role-play and touch.
  • Assessing each pupil and setting goals accordingly.
  • Preparing lessons and teaching materials.
  • Employing specialist techniques such as sign language and braille.
  • Taking students on field trips or to places of special interest (ie, museums or the theatre).
  • Partnering with a wide range of interested parties – ie, parents, carers, other teachers, social workers, physiotherapists and psychologists.
  • Attending meetings.
  • Recording and monitoring students' progress.
  • Marking work.
  • Assisting students with mobility problems.

What qualifications do I need?

You cannot train and work as a special needs teacher from the outset. You need to gain teaching qualifications first, then go for the special needs element. After qualifying as a teacher (see school teacher profile), you'll have to take specialist courses to enable you to teach students with different needs. You'll need to learn braille to teach blind children and sign language to teach deaf children. You can get these courses either as post-graduate or masters' degrees from universities or from LEAs offering in-service training to existing teachers. But be advised that Special Needs is offered as a subsidiary subject on the PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate in Education) courses at Leeds, Newcastle, Bristol and Oxford universities and all initial teacher training courses contain a special educational needs element).

Do I need any experience?

See above. You should really start off as a SENT assistant after gaining valuable experience working with disadvantaged individuals in the charity and/or volunteering sector.

What attributes are needed?

Physical and emotional strength. Patience (bags of it!) The ability to prioritise as you could get several students making demands on your time at the same moment. Empathy. A love of helping those less fortunate than yourself. An easy ability to laugh. A good listener. A great motivator and a superb creative flair. Superb communication skills.

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