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SEND Primary Teacher (PMLD and ASD experience)

  • Location: Ealing
  • Start date: 25 Jun 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11003307
  • Branch: Head Office
  • Consultant: Richard Danso
  • Call: 020 3219 7740
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Job description
Strong and enthusiastic primary teacher is required for an immediate start in a SEND school in Newham. This role is initially a long-term placement until July 2019, however there is the potential for it to become permanent for the right candidate.

Are you a primary teacher with SEND experience, and looking for a new opportunity? Or alternatively, are you a strong teacher from the mainstream sector who has a passion for SEND education and is seeking a new challenge?

The school caters for pupils with students with autism and Profound Multiple Learning Difficulties (experience of working with students is desirable or a willingness to work with them will also be considered) as well as those with speech and communicational difficulties. Therefore, previous or existing experience working with pupils with these challenges would be an advantage although is not essential. Class sizes are small, and academic standards are high (as evidenced by the pleasing outcome attained in their most recent Ofsted report).

Ideally, you will:
• Be able to commit to a full-time role (5 days per week)
• Have previous or existing experience working with children with different educational
needs
• Confidence differentiating lessons for pupils with a range of different academic abilities
• A good knowledge of the national curriculum or confident in supporting small groups
with particular subject/s (e.g. Numeracy, literacy booster groups)
• Cable of dealing with challenging behaviour, promoting focus, classroom management
and on-going 1:1 support where necessary
• Good interpersonal and communicational skills
• Familiarity with instructional approaches required to facilitate complete access to the
curriculum for pupils with ASD and PMLD students as well as speech and communicational difficulties


In return, Protocol Education offers its candidates:
• Excellent rates of pay
• Professional support from our team of experienced consultants
• Continued support through all placements
• Free CPD courses
• Team teacher training provided within the first 12 weeks of registering with Protocol

If this role is of interest to you, or you are just generally seeking new opportunities within a SEND setting, please feel free to contact Aiden at Protocol Education on 0203 219 7745 for further information.

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