NQTs! Have you considered SEN teaching?

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Teaching in SEN is without doubt one of the most rewarding careers there is, and Horizon Teachers offer a range of different SEN schools and alternative settings you could work in. Horizon Teachers can help open up opportunities for you and take the hassle out of finding a new job. We currently work with schools across London and the South East including:

  • Complex Needs Schools
  • Additionally Resourced Provisions (ARPs)
  • Pupil Referral Units (PRUs)

So whether you are a Primary or Secondary trained teacher please get in touch to discuss the various options that would be suitable for you. We want to hear from qualified teachers…

  • with a passion for teaching children who have additional needs
  • who enjoy a challenge
  • with a good understanding of special educational needs
  • that are able to differentiate in lesson planning, resources and delivery
  • who are hardworking, positive and creative
  • who enjoy working closely with other professionals

Please send your CV to Darsha or call 020 7444 0009 for more information.

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