- SEN Schools
- £140 - 200 p/d
- Full Time
- Long Term
Reeson Education are currently looking for Teachers with QTS to work within Special Needs Schools to supporting children that have ASC, SLD, PMLD, MLD and SEMH.
We are happy to accept CV's from NQT's or mainstream teachers who are looking to gain experience in SEN. We are looking for individuals who are passionate to make a difference and who will be able to hit the ground running.
Prior experience within an SEN environment is not required, however knowledge regarding ASC, SLD, PMLD and MLD is preferred.
Our terrific client schools are based all across London, so we would be able to find somewhere local to you!
As a Teacher within a special needs school you will be working in small classes, and maybe allocated to work with children between the ages of 5 - 19. If you specifically interested in teaching SEN at Primary or Secondary age please highlight this on your CV.
You will be supporting the children with communication, monitoring their progression, managing their behaviour, managing teaching assistants and liaising with parents. The classes you will be teaching do not follow the National Curriculum and all classes vary depending on their needs.
If you are interested in applying, please don't hesitate to upload your CV. Reeson Education:
REESON Education is London's Premier Recruitment Agency. Established in 2006 by experienced teachers, education professionals and recruitment specialists, we have built our business and reputation on the cores values of honesty, integrity and excellence.
We care about education and the provision of education and have established an excellent reputation with schools and teachers alike.
At REESON Education we work closely with a large network of Nurseries, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and Colleges across London. Our client base provides us with an abundance of available daily supply, long term and permanent opportunities across all age groups in all areas of London.
Please note that all daily/hourly rates quoted are inclusive of holiday pay at 12.07%