SEN Teacher - Kensington

19 Mar 2017
18 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
***Experienced SEN Teacher
***EYFS / Reception Class
***Start September
***Salary from £36,000

Are you an Early year's teacher hoping to find a role supporting children with MLD?

Are you an NQT looking for a school with CPD?

Are you a Teacher hoping to join an ofsted "Outstanding" school?

If you answered yes to the above, then this is the role for you!!!

The Role - Experienced Primary SEN Teacher - EYFS / Reception Class
My client is hoping to appoint an Early Years Teacher to work with a Year 1 class. You will be teaching a class of 8 children. These children have MLD. As a class teacher you will be expected to plan, prepare and deliver lessons according to each child's interest and ability. This school follows the national curriculum, so this role will also suit a mainstream Early Years Teacher (EYFS) wanting to go in to Special Needs (SEN). You will have a TA working alongside you supporting you with all daily activities. You will have full support from the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) who will provide you with all the necessary training you will need to be an outstanding teacher.

The School - Experienced Primary SEN Teacher - EYFS /Reception Class
This is a Victorian School on four levels, they have the facilities to educate 90 boys and girls aged between 5-13 years of age. These children have MLD, there are maximum of 8 children in each class. This school had a recent ofsted and received Outstanding, with good behaviour. This school is located 5 mins walk from Marylebone station easy accessible via most transport links.

How to apply - Experienced Primary SEN Teacher - EYFS / Reception Class
If you feel that this Primary SEN Teacher role is right for you. Then please contact Carmella at FRCE on Ex2 or Email

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