Accessibility Links

SEN Class Teacher

  • Location: Kingston upon Thames
  • Start date: 03 Jun 2019
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11147699
  • Branch: London SEND South Central
  • Consultant: Matthew Lassiter
  • Call: 02032 197745
Job description
Protocol Education are seeking passionate and qualified SEN teacher based in the Chessington area. We are looking for long term and daily supply teachers for an outstanding and forward thinking school where you will oversee a small class of 6-8 pupils. You will be working with students who all have ASD, learning difficulties or challenging behaviour.

If you're looking for a new challenge or for a flexible teaching role for the start of the new school year, then this will be the perfect opportunity for you.

This school is open to newly graduated and overseas teachers, so this will be a fantastic opportunity for you if you're looking to kick start your career.

There is plenty of parking at the school and around the local area. This school has fantastic ties within the local community and offer fantastic extra-curricular activities for the pupils to get involved in. As part of their team, you will be responsible for the progress and wellbeing of the pupils. The successful candidate will be a resilient, calm under pressure and committed.


Requirements
-Minimum 1 year of experience working with autism and challenging behaviour
-Be able to commit to 5 days a week term time only
-Have excellent communication skills
-Confident with the SEN code of practice
-Be able to provide Two education-based references
-Have an enhanced DBS on the update service
-Have QTS

In return you will receive
-Competitive pay
-A personal consultant who will stay in touch throughout your placement
-CPD (continual professional development)

This role is a fantastic opportunity for anyone in the surrounding area. If you're interested in the role then please send your CV and cover letter to matthew.lassiter@protocol-education.com
Similar jobs
  • Youth Mentor (Kingston)
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Kingston upon Thames
  • Protocol Education are currently searching for an experienced Behavioural Specialist to work in one of our leading special needs schools, based in the scenic area of Kingston Upon Thames
  • Special needs child support worker (Austism)
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Greenwich
  • We are recruiting two 1-2-1 Teaching Assistants for our alternative provision based in Greenwich will provide support to a young people with additional learning needs (Autism) as detailed on their
  • Calling all Residential Youth Workers in Kingston
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Kingston upon Thames
  • Are you currently working as a care or support worker? Do you have a passion for bettering the lives of others? Are you looking to get into the teaching field? If you answered yes to any of the above
  • Classroom Carers
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Wandsworth
  • Protocol Education are currently searching for an experienced Behavioural Specialist to work in one of our leading special needs schools in Wandsworth. The school is currently mass recruiting
  • Special Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Wandsworth
  • One of our leading special needs schools in Wandsworth, are currently looking for experienced, or aspiring, learning support assistants. The school is known for its exceeding success rate; for both
Latest news
10 Ways To Promote Positive Mental Health In The Classroom
10 Ways To Promote Positive Mental Health In The Classroom
Mental Health Awareness Week is a positive move towards dealing with the issues around mental health that have been misunderstood, misinterpreted or
Read blog
15/05/19
Autism Awareness Week: Raising Money Through Art
Autism Awareness Week: Raising Money Through Art
The Key Stage Two and Three students at NAS’s Thames Valley School have collaborated artistically to create a vibrant installation which displa
Read blog
02/04/19
What's The Point Of Poetry: World Poetry Day Special
What's The Point Of Poetry: World Poetry Day Special
“What’s the point of poetry?” said the starling to the bat.” - Michael Palin That line is taken from a poem from the very fi
Read blog
20/03/19
World Book Day Activities For Your School And Classroom
World Book Day Activities For Your School And Classroom
Tomorrow is World Book Day and this is a great opportunity to celebrate reading and books, beyond dressing up for the day… bring a taste of l
Read blog
06/03/19
Erin's Testimonial: Say 'YES' To Opportunities That Come Your Way, No Regrets!
Erin's Testimonial: Say 'YES' To Opportunities That Come Your Way, No Regrets!
• What made you decide to teach in England?I studied in England at the University of East Anglia and fell in love with this country, I felt li
Read blog
05/03/19
View all news

CPD REC Investors in People UKAS