KS2 Teacher required for March 2018! | London - NW | SEN Teacher Jobs
Our diverse special school based in Brent are currently looking for a KS2 Teacher to join their outstanding school on a long term basis from March 2018 for a year long contract. - if the right person is able to start sooner or later than March, the school will also look to appoint.
This school caters for students aged 3-19 with complex needs, severe learning difficulties, Autism and various medical needs.
As a KS2 teacher, you will be teaching students with a key encouragement on studies, classes will be to a maximum of 6-8 students with various needs, working alongside 2-4 teaching assistants, with the teacher leading the class and support staff.
Ideally you will have experience teaching KS2 students either within a mainstream or special school environment.
The school will require you to undertake some fantastic activities within your teaching environment with the students including hydrotherapy in the pool, days out in the community, use of its soft play and sensory rooms.
Teachers that are well equipped with creativity and enthusiasm, and that are prepared to enrich the curriculum are encouraged to apply for this role.
If you have worked or had experience supporting students with the above please apply now!
This is a great opportunity, not to be missed!
Ideal KS2 Teacher;
- You must hold QTS (Qualified Teacher Status)
- You will ideally have worked with complex needs or SEND needs.
- Have experience - school is open to seeing NQT's
- Able to teach KS2 students.
If you are interested, then please contact Camelia Meade at Axcis Education on 020 7580 2956.
Axcis is an equal opportunities employer. The company is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
All staff will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview.
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CONTACT: Camelia Meade
TELEPHONE: 020 7580 2956