JOB DESCRIPTION

Horizon Teachers are currently working closely with a good school with outstanding features who cater for students from the age of 4-19 years of age who have complex needs. 

Their vision is ‘is that people with learning difficulties will live in a world where they have the same opportunities as their mainstream peers’. They want to support each unique person so they can progress, achieve independence, enjoy life and to be included in the communities in which we live, through meaningful vocation, and a fulfilling social life.  They offer personalised learning programmes and a cross-curricular approach, including therapy.

The Senior Leadership are looking for someone who:

  • Has a warm, funny and caring personality
  • Can adapt to the different needs within the class and forward thinking
  • Comes with experience working with Complex Needs which is vital for this role
  • Knows academic principles such as P-scales
  • Is able to commit till the end of the academic year to keep the continuity for the students
  • The class consists of 5 pupils, with SLD and MLD, one pupils is wheel chair bound, there age range is 12 - 18

About you

  • Hold QTS (or overseas equivalent)
  • Be Primary or Secondary trained
  • ASD/SEN experience essential
  • Have a DBS (we can support with your application)

In return, you can expect

  • Competitive SEN salary
  • Training and CPD opportunities
  • Smaller than average class size
  • Very supportive Senior Leadership Team

It is important that you are able to commit to staying until the end of the school year as the class require a consistent approach; they struggle with change. The school are meeting and trialling teachers now so get in touch to secure your meeting with the school!

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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