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  1. Special Education Needs Teaching Assistant

    Shrewsbury, Shropshire | 40.0000 | From New Directions

    New Directions Education are currently looking for experienced Special Education Needs Teaching Assistants to work within Special Needs Schools in the Shrewsbury area. Applicants must have... experience of working within the Special Needs field. The candidate will be working to improve the pupil's independent living skills, supporting pupils in social activities, assisting pupils during any therapy sessions as well as attending to the pupils physical needs. The candidate will be supporting pupils with Special Education Needs (SEN), Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Profound Moderate Learning Needs (PMLD), Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD) , Emotional Behaviour Difficulties (EBD) as well as pupils who are on the Autistic Spectrum. The role of a Special Educational Needs...

  2. Special Education Needs Teaching Assistant

    Wrexham, Clwyd | 40.0000 | From New Directions

    New Directions Education are currently looking for experienced Special Educational Needs Teaching Assistants to work within Special Needs Schools in the Wrexham area. Applicants must have... experience of working within the Special Needs field. The candidate will be working to improve the pupil's independent living skills, supporting pupils in social activities, assisting pupils during any therapy sessions as well as attending to the pupils physical needs. The candidate will be supporting pupils with Special Education Needs (SEN), Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Profound ... Handling Certificate than that would be a benefit but it is not essential. You may be required to help with personal care of the pupils. The role of a Special Educational Needs Teacher will...

  3. Special Education Needs Teaching Assistant

    South East England, England | 75.0000 | From Servoca Education Resourcing

    Servoca Education is looking to appoint a special needs teaching assistant to support children in a specialist school with various special needs requirements. The role is based in the London Borough......

  4. Teacher of Special Education Needs SEN

    Norwich, Norfolk | 100.0000 | From Capita Education Resourcing

    Due to the growing demand from our Secondary Schools, Capita Education is looking to recruit Qualified Special Educational Needs Teachers for day to day, short term and long term supply around the... opportunities for CPD *The £100 Recommend a Friend Scheme - recommend a friend to us and once they have worked 20 days, you will earn a £100 bonus. Capita Education Resourcing is...

  5. SEN Teacher

    Gateshead | £100 - £180 per day | From Celsian Education

    Celsian Education are currently looking for Teachers with Special Needs experience. We are looking for supply teachers to work in our client schools who have experience of working in either Special... Needs Schools or Pupil Referal Units. You will need to be: A qualified (QTS) teacher or have a relevant Teaching Assistant Qualification. Able to provide dynamic and engaging lessons to a variety of Special Needs groups Be committed to raising standards within the Special Needs sector Excellent classroom management skills Be flexible and open minded A good team player In return you will receive: A competitive rate of pay A motivational working environment Great support from both placement schools and our agency The opportunity to make a difference Celsian Education has been...

  6. SEN Teacher

    Gateshead | £100 - £180 per day | From Celsian Education

    Celsian Education are currently looking for Teachers with Special Needs experience. We are looking for supply teachers to work in our client schools who have experience of working in either Special... Needs Schools or Pupil Referal Units. You will need to be: A qualified (QTS) teacher or have a relevant Teaching Assistant Qualification. Able to provide dynamic and engaging lessons to a variety of Special Needs groups Be committed to raising standards within the Special Needs sector Excellent classroom management skills Be flexible and open minded A good team player In return you will receive: A competitive rate of pay A motivational working environment Great support from both placement schools and our agency The opportunity to make a difference Celsian Education has been...

  7. SEN Teacher

    Gateshead | £100 - £180 per day | From Celsian Education

    Celsian Education are currently looking for Teachers with Special Needs experience. We are looking for supply teachers to work in our client schools who have experience of working in either Special... Needs Schools or Pupil Referal Units. You will need to be: A qualified (QTS) teacher or have a relevant Teaching Assistant Qualification. Able to provide dynamic and engaging lessons to a variety of Special Needs groups Be committed to raising standards within the Special Needs sector Excellent classroom management skills Be flexible and open minded A good team player In return you will receive: A competitive rate of pay A motivational working environment Great support from both placement schools and our agency The opportunity to make a difference Celsian Education has been...

  8. SEN Teacher

    Gateshead | £100 - £180 per day | From Celsian Education

    Celsian Education are currently looking for Teachers with Special Needs experience. We are looking for supply teachers to work in our client schools who have experience of working in either Special... Needs Schools or Pupil Referal Units. You will need to be: A qualified (QTS) teacher or have a relevant Teaching Assistant Qualification. Able to provide dynamic and engaging lessons to a variety of Special Needs groups Be committed to raising standards within the Special Needs sector Excellent classroom management skills Be flexible and open minded A good team player In return you will receive: A competitive rate of pay A motivational working environment Great support from both placement schools and our agency The opportunity to make a difference Celsian Education has been...

A special educational needs (SEN) teacher works with children and teenagers who need extra support in the classroom or require an advanced programme of education. This could be a child with physical, developmental and/or learning difficulties.

Who can I work for?

You can work in pre-schools, nurseries, primary schools, secondary schools, colleges and universities. You might also work within a specialist unit or a special school for those with severe disabilities and there are opportunities within young offenders' institutions.

Where and when can I work?

You are likely to be based in a classroom and will typically work 9am to 3.30pm Monday to Friday. However, other responsibilities, such as lesson planning and meetings with other care providers, means working outside of school hours.

What can I earn?

Newly qualified SEN teachers start out on about £21,500 rising to £31,500 with experience. Those with many years' experience earn in excess of £36,000.

What are the benefits?

This role is hugely rewarding, despite the challenges it poses. Overall, you will be making a huge difference to a child's life.

Are there chances of promotion?

Progression can be quick, if you are motivated. You might be asked to take on extra responsibilities, such as managing the curriculum, or become an advanced skills teacher. With experience, you can progress become the special educational needs coordinator (SENCO) overseeing the day-to-day provision for all students in the school's care.

What will I be responsible for?

You will be teaching individuals or small groups of pupils; preparing lessons; marking and assessing work; adapting conventional teaching methods to meet the individual needs of pupils; using special equipment and specialist skills; assessing children who have long or short-term learning difficulties; organising learning outside the classroom; and assisting in severely disabled pupils' personal care/medical needs. The work is challenging and varied and classes are short to keep the students focused.

Do I need any experience?

You will need a degree or Bachelor of Education plus a Postgraduate Certificate of Education (PGCE). Qualified teachers can undertake additional training to teach pupils with special educational needs and specific qualifications are required to teach pupils with hearing, visual or multi-sensory impairments. You will also need an enhanced Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) check.

What attributes are needed?

You will need to be committed to the role, showing excellent problem-solving skills, patience and flexibility. You will also need to work well as part of a team and keep a sense of humour as the work can be challenging!

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