SEN Teacher – Birmingham
SEN Specialism: ASC (Primary)
Start Date: ASAP
Pay Rate: £130-200 per day.
A SEN/ASC Primary School in Birmingham is looking for a dedicated SEN/ASC Teacher to join their team on a full-time basis, starting ASAP on an ongoing basis.
You will be responsible for teaching a class of children with additional needs, meaning that you must be able to adjust your teaching methods and the existing curriculum to meet the needs of each individual child specifically children with autism spectrum disorder. It is important that you help and inspire the children to help them reach their true academic potential! Planning is also involved in this role.
If this interests you, please contact Elizabeth/Allan from the Birmingham office on 0121 817 0400 or email an up-to-date CV to Elizabeth@twenty4seveneducation.com
This Forward-thinking and ambitious SEN School located in Birmingham caters for students aged 3-11 with Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC). They are a small special school who pride themselves in creating a trustworthy, motivating and nurturing atmosphere where every pupil is encouraged and inspired to achieve their potential and develop a love of learning. This ambitious and principled school always work to the best of their ability instilling a ‘can do’ attitude by encouraging others to share knowledge skills and expertise. In order to seek educational excellence, they maintain consistence with the approach to any issues they are faced with.
The Ideal Candidate will have:
· PGCE, Qualified Teacher Status or equivalent teaching qualification and evidence of in-service training is essential for this role.
· Experience teaching Primary SEN (especially ASC) is essential.
· Minimum 1 years’ experience working with children and young people in the last 5 years including those identified with special needs · Experience of adhering and contributing to Educational Health Care Plans (EHCP), Annual Reviews and Behaviour Support Plans
· Excellent knowledge of the National Curriculum
· Experience of using communication aids such as British Sign Language, Makaton or PECS is advantageous but not essential.
· Enhanced DBS registered or willing to acquire a new certificate.
· Can effectively manage behaviour using positive behaviour strategies.
· The ability to tailor their skills to meet the needs of each individual child.
· Will be kind, caring and patient when dealing with children who require specialist support.
What to do next?
As stated before, please register your interest with Twenty4Seven Education by contacting Elizabeth/Allan from the Birmingham Office on 0121 817 0400, or send an up-to-date CV to email@example.com.
Key Benefits of working with Twenty4Seven Education:
· Competitive rates of pay.
· Your own dedicated and friendly consultant who is available 24/7
· FREE Safeguarding Training
· £100 For All Referral Scheme
· Early notification of Training/Courses/Workshops
· FREE or heavily discounted CPD Courses (Level 2 TA Course, BSL Certification, Mental Wellbeing of Children Certification and Paediatric First Aid Course)
· Minimal Administration
Twenty4Seven Education provides services as an Education Agency and an Education Employment Business. As members of the REC Twenty4Seven Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects every candidate to share this commitment. Placements are subject, to appropriate Child Protection screening, including checks with former employers and the Disclosure and Barring Checks