A specialist school in Nottingham are seeking an inspiring and motivational qualified SEN teacher to teach students with speech, language and communication difficulties starting in September.
The school caters for students aged from 3 to 19 and is a school for children with a range of needs including PMLD, ASD, SLD and Communication Difficulties. This role requires a specialist Teacher (must have UK QTS) who is able to teach a creative and engaging curriculum to a KS3 class. Knowledge and experience of teaching the EQUALS curriculum would be beneficial.
The post is hands on and requires a talented Teacher who is naturally caring, able to work as part of a team and has a can do attitude.
Applicants will have SEND experience and QTS.
The school is a lovely place to work, the team are fantastic and there is a real dedication for the development and enrichment of the children who attend.
To become part of this team;
*Have UK QTS ideally with SEND experience
*You will be conscientious and enthusiastic at all times
*You will be positive and motivational
*And be happy working on a one to one basis with the children
In return you will enjoy:-
*Working as part of a lovely team
*Enjoying working in a rewarding environment
*Good rates of pay
To apply for this fantastic role please call Katie on (phone number removed) or email your CV to .
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