SEN Early Years Teacher

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SEN Early Years Teacher

Seeking an EYFS role but tired of teaching in mainstream? Then why not apply for an SEN School?  Full training given and a chance to work within a lovely specialist school with a range of specialists adding that little bit extra to your already proven skill set!

A qualified Early Years specialist needed for a warm and forward thinking Complex Needs School based in North West London catering for pupils with a range of complex needs, all levels of learning, communication, Autism, Physical, Medical and Sensory Impairment. The school are very proud of their breath taking building, highly trained and experienced staff including Teachers of all levels, Teaching Assistants, Personal Care Assistants and a very supportive Senior Leadership Team.

The School have an extensive and comprehensive training programme in place for all their community, including parents and other schools and organisations. They believe in a transdisciplinary approach to supporting pupils, an exciting curriculum with an emphasis on developing communication skills and independence, a focus on the Arts, physical development and enrichment opportunities, including practise and preparation for adult life. This provides excellent opportunities for all pupils to be included and contribute to the wider community.

Joining the school you will be:

  • Teaching an early years class of 8 pupils with severe needs
  • Deploying 1 HLTA and 2 Learning Support Assistants
  • Taking on a full time post working Monday to Friday
  • A fabulous department with an exceptional leader of EYFS

The exceptional Head of EYFS is seeking:

  • A qualified EYFS teacher, must have QTS
  • Primary and/or secondary trained mainstream or SEN
  • A committed and caring individual
  • Fun, energetic and likes a challenge

In return, you will be promised

  • A very supportive team
  • Lovely children
  • On-going support
  • SEN points awarded on salary
  • A dedicated SEN Consultant with Teaching experience

This is an exciting opportunity to join a motivated and warm school .If you feel this is the right opportunity for you then send you CV below! The school would really like to appoint the right person before the summer holiday! Call to secure your trial today!

Horizon Teachers is a specialist Education Recruitment Consultancy that helps Teachers and Support Staff find long term, permanent and interim employment in Primary, Secondary and Special Schools throughout London and the South East. As part of the registration process you will be required to have a DBS Check carried out and all original relevant qualifications will need to be sighted and copied before any work placement.

Horizon Teachers. Our Integrity, your Horizon. 

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