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SEND Teacher primary (ASD)

  • Location: Waltham Forest
  • Start date: 03 Sep 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11042929
  • Branch: Head Office
  • Consultant: Michael Oduniyi
  • Call: 020 3219 7745
Job description
SEN Teacher (ASD)
Fully qualified Teacher specialising in Autism is required for an inclusive school in Waltham forest The school's ethos is to work towards improving the lives of students affected by autistic spectrum disorders. The school works to access the mainstream specialist curriculum which includes access to ASDAN and GCSE streams of study. The core curriculum is delivered via a streamed approach with a commitment to learning, a commitment to the students and a commitment to the school.
The school require an Autistic spectrum teacher with experience in adult literacy and numeracy in addition to skills using ASDAN and ICT. It is not essential to have experience working with Special Needs but this would be looked on favourably.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a fantastic and supportive team of teachers and support staff.

Candidates must be fully qualified and hold a current DBS
If you have experience working with children or young adults with special education needs, and are interested in making a positive contribution to the lives of young people, please send your CV or call Michael on 020 3219 7745..
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