SEN/SEBD Primary Teacher Needed

Recruiter
Edustaff
Location
London
Salary
28203.0000
Posted
19 Mar 2017
Closes
18 Apr 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher - North West London

An exciting position has recently become available for a September start in a progressive, small SEND Primary school for an outgoing, confident SEN/SEBD Primary Teacher who is a resourceful and thoughtful individual and is ready and excited to start making an impact in a new environment.

** SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher position in North West London
** Long Term/Interim, Full-Time role at a highly-regarded SEND Primary
** Position for SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher starting September 2017
** Salary for SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher £28.203.00 - £46.152.00

Person Specification for SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher
To be considered for this role you must be a competent and purposeful SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher who has the drive to think proactively on your feet. You should be able to spread a positive air of excitement and passion when face with new and potentially challenging situations. You will be a SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher who can confidently approach difficult situations, using your rationale to ensure the best possible outcome for all parties involved. You will provide a deep understanding of SEN requirements which can inform a professional approach in any situation.

About the SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher Role
This SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher position involves taking charge of an upper KS2 class which will be decided nearer the time. In this post you will be furthering your teaching skills through training and development and progressing your teaching abilities by working with a Head teacher. As SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher you will receive assistance and support will be provided by a motivated Teaching Assistant

The School - SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher
This acknowledged SEN Primary benefits from ties with other establishments and businesses in the local community, this school offers pupils a great support network as well as an outstanding education. Celebrating the diversity of the area, this inclusive school makes a concerted effort to provide a fair and accessible education to each and every student that attends. Pupils all have a Statement of Special Education and present with a range of Social, Emotional, Behavioural and Mental Health difficulties.

Apply now for this SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher position in North West London at a small SEN Primary school where you can build a great future for yourself and for those in your care. Click ‘Apply’ and send your covering letter and CV over to Rainy Old at EduStaff.

Please note: due to the volume of SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher applications, only successful SEND/SEBD Primary Teacher applicants will be contacted.