Are you a qualified teacher?

Do you have previous experience supporting students with special educational needs?

Have you taught students with Autism and social, emotional and mental health difficulties before?

We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Teacher for an alternative provision in Haringey, Greater London. The school caters for secondary aged pupils with special educational needs; namely:

  • Social, emotional and mental health needs e.g. ADHD and behavioural difficulties
  • Speech, language and communication needs e.g. Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Moderate and specific learning difficulties e.g. Dyslexia and Dyscalculia

The role is a full time role from 8.40am to 3.40pm Monday to Friday and you will be teaching 4 children who are currently in Year 9.

You will be fully supported by a highly skilled, friendly staff team however you will be expected to lead each class and work on your own initiative throughout to support the pupils in the best way you can.

The role is as rewarding as it is challenging. We welcome candidates who have empathy, enthusiasm, and a positive outlook on life. The staff team are committed to encouraging the pupils to reach their full potential and it is essential that you share this ethos if you are to thrive in this role.

The salary range is between £150 and £200 per day.

You will be able to visit the school and spend some time with the pupils prior to interviewing with the senior leadership team.

Why work with us?

We were founded in 2008 with over 20 years experience in SEND education and truly understand what schools and local authorities require to support the children in their care. We will work hard to support you throughout your assignments and help you to develop your existing skills. Our team will also always offer honest feedback to enhance your career in education.

What is in it for you?

  • Good rate of pay within the sector
  • Good TA and SLT support from the existing team within the school
  • Further support from our team
  • In house training and CPD to enhance your current skills

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates are expected to share this commitment and will be subject to our stringent vetting process including reference and background checks and necessary qualifications. You must also either be on the DBS Update Service or willing to apply for a new DBS.

If you have been a UK resident for less than 5 years, a right to work visa must be provided and a criminal background check must also be provided for any country you have resided in for 6 months of more within the last 5 years.

We promote equal opportunities. Because of this, we welcome applications from everyone with suitable skills and ability regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age religion or belief. All applications will be accepted and reviewed solely on merit.