As a specialist SEN Teacher agency we are an excellent choice in helping to find you SEN Teacher jobs in London.
Key Skills Education has excellent links with special schools, Pupil Referral Units, and SEN provisions across London and we continually have a host of long term and permanent SEN Teaching Jobs available
What is the role of the Special Educational Needs Teacher?
The term Special Education Needs or Special Needs Teacher is very broad in terms of the wide range of needs that you might cater for. Typically an SEN teacher works with pupils who have behavioural problems, moderate/severe learning difficulties or physical/sensory disabilities.
We recruit on a wide range of SEN Teacher jobs within mainstream and special schools, from opportunities working with learners with mild or moderate learning difficulties (MLD) to students with very complex or profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and also specialist Autism Teacher jobs and subject specialist teacher openings within Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) where the SEN Teacher works with children and young people presenting with Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties.
Whilst an SEN teacher will teach national curriculum subjects, you will have the additional responsibility of developing learners’ confidence and independence and abilities. You will need to be a creative and innovative teacher who can develop lesson plans to cater for a variety of needs and make learning fun. A good SEN teacher will need to be patient and be a strong communicator both orally and visually.
If this sounds like you, check out what long term Special Needs Teacher Jobs we have in London currently.
Why work as an SEN Teacher?
Teaching SEN undoubtedly has its challenges, but most would agree that the benefits far outweigh these challenges. You will be engaging in a career where you are given the opportunity of helping those who need it most. The SEN Teacher plays an integral role in helping to improve the life chances of the most vulnerable children and young people in our society – there are not many vocations that can boast this reward!
In addition to working with a team of SEN Teaching professionals, there will also be wide-ranging contribution from multidisciplinary teams including speech and language therapists, physiotherapists, educational psychologists and medical staff – great for your professional development!
Special schools and Pupil Referral Units typically benefit from excellent funding with state of the art facilities and experienced in class support, so you will always be well supported.
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Whether you are an experienced SEN Teacher or a qualified mainstream teacher who would like to start SEN Teaching, we would like to hear from you! Please get in contact or to find out the wide range of SEN Teaching Vacancies we have available in London, please check out our current vacancies page now.