Senior SEN Teacher - Permanent Contract - Fulham
Our client School is seeking to recruit an experienced, highly motivated and resilient Behaviour/SEMH/ASD practitioner to lead raising standards, challenging underperformance and improving the life chances of all young people at the school.
The role will predominantly seek to remove barriers to learning for PLS’s young people and promote the educational, social and emotional development of our pupils, most of whom are high functioning and all of whom have a diagnosis of autism and many of whom have significant SEMH and/or Behavioural needs.
Your duties will include:
• Leading the development and training of staff of regarding teaching young people with ASD, SEMH and Behaviour which challenges to all staff.
•Work with staff, parents, key stakeholders and the young people with autism, to ensure effective and successful inclusion of pupils attending PLS.
• Advising on learning styles and appropriate teaching approaches re behaviour management, classroom strategies, resources and whole school policies.
Please apply if you are:
• Educated to degree level in a related field eg teaching, SEN.
• Qualified Teacher Status desirable but not essential.
• Significant experience of working in a cross phase multi- discipline educational environment.
• Significant experience of working with young people and families in challenging circumstances.
• Extensive knowledge and good understanding of the relevant safeguarding legislation and best practice.
• Substantial experience of working with young people with ASD.
• Knowledge and experience relating to how to manage challenging behaviours exhibited by young people with ASD.
• Experience of working with a broad range of partners and stakeholders from schools, health, the local community and private sector providers.
• Significant experience of the education system.
• Experience of Child Safeguarding and SEN.
• Excellent understanding of how ASD/SEMH can impact on young people.
Substantial experience and knowledge regarding statutory responsibilities in relation to the attainment of vulnerable children, including ASD and children with SEND