As a SEND teacher you will work with students aged from 3 to 19 years old with special needs that include autism, visual/hearing impairments, physical disabilities and other complex needs. As part of the role you will be required to create lesson plans, deliver lessons, write progress reports, develop self-confidence, social awareness and social understanding. Other key areas of learning will be to focus on developing cognitive processing through sensory stimulation through creative means such as music, art, cooking and other sensory exploration techniques.
The school are looking for candidates that can commit to long-term positions working Monday to Friday to start immediately or after Easter.
- Planning and delivering class lessons to classes of 6 8 students per class
- Assessing pupils' levels and ability
- Writing reports and creating resources
- Managing a small team of teaching assistant
- Developing students self-confidence
- Engaging students through sensory integration within the classroom
- Ensuring the schools ethos and policies are being implemented
- Bachelors degree
- Special needs teaching experience
- Available Monday to Friday
If this role is of interest to you and you would like to be considered please submit your CV to email@example.com.
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