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London SEND South West

Wellington House
60-68 Wimbledon Hill Road
(Entrance off Mansel Road)
Wimbledon

SW19 7PA  
Tel: 020 8971 1294
Fax: 020 8971 1295
Areas covered:
Special Schools in Kingston-Upon-Thames, Lambeth, Merton, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Sutton and Wandsworth
Job roles:
SEND teaching and support assistant jobs, work in PRUs and special schools
 

Protocol Education's London South West SEND team based in Wimbledon deliver the level of knowledge to help special schools find the teaching and teaching assistant staff they need to succeed.

With many members of the team having first-hand experience of teaching in SEND you can rely on the Protocol Education SEND team to find you the right role.
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    ASD Specialist
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: London Borough of Sutton
  • Reference
  • Description Job Reference: PE1022131 Job Start Date: October 2016 Position Type: Long Term / Permanent Sector: Special Needs / SEN / Secondary Role: Learning Mentor, Special Needs / SEN specialist
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