We are currently seeking a committed and motivated Special Educational Needs Teacher to start in April 2022 in one of our client schools in Enfield, North London.

Experience working with those with Special Educational Needs and Qualified Teacher Status is desirable, however not essential.

The role is part time, Monday to Thursday (8:30am - 3:30pm) and you will be teaching primary aged students who have Autism and Asperger's Syndrome.

You will be predominantly teaching literacy on a one to one and/or small group basis throughout the day. Groups sizes will be between 3 and 8 pupils and these groups will be across the school from Reception to Year 6.

The salary range is between £180 and £200 per day (inclusive of holiday pay).

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

What will you be expected to do in this position?

  • Devise session plans based on curriculum guidelines
  • Tailor all sessions to ensure pupils close their gaps in literacy and progress
  • Lead sessions, demonstrate and assign tasks
  • Encourage student participation and performance
  • Supervise students while they complete tasks and assist with all questions
  • Assess and report on students academic achievements and behaviour
  • Ensure all students personal, social, emotional and mental health needs are met throughout the day

What’s in it for you?

  • Part time hours (Monday to Thursday)
  • Good rate of pay within the sector
  • Good SLT support from the existing team within the school
  • Comprehensive induction programme and continuous in-house CPD from the school
  • Consistent support from the LTS team during your assignment

All applications will be considered so please don't hesitate to apply.

Why work with us?

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

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.