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Job Title: SEN / Complex needs Teacher Location: Hackney, East London Salary: £35,000 – £55,000 depending on experience Hours: 36 hours per week, Monday to Friday, Term time only (will consider part time for the right candidate)We are currently seeking a passionate SEN Teacher to join a passionate and dedicated independent specialist school, supporting young people aged 2-19 with SEN and complex needs. The school is based in Hackney.The role:As a school committed to providing an outstanding education for all pupils, we have an exciting opportunity to join the team for an SEN Teacher.As well as shorter working week (half day finishes on Friday) this role also offers additional annual leave.Duties and responsibilities to include:To plan, prepare and deliver a range of lessons and evaluate these activities to inform future learning. You will develop your programmes in line with the National Curriculum and ensure we meet the diverse needs and interests of each child.To maintain individual records for each child based on observation and interaction, in order to monitor and track their progress and as a tool for planning and assessment.To direct the teaching assistant assigned to the class and work supportively and collaboratively as part of this small team. Liaise and work with the therapy team to ensure that therapeutic goals are generalised into the classroom across the day. To work with the Religious Studies teacher linked to your classroom.To liaise with the SENCO and follow through recommendations. Where appropriate, you will integrate individual and therapeutic goals into your lessons.To work in close partnership with parents.To behave in a warm, friendly yet professional manner towards colleagues, children and parents.To share responsibility with colleagues for the general upkeep of the classroom, to include care of resources and equipment and to encourage the children to do the same.To share responsibility for presentation of the children’s work and for compilation of interest areas and displays.Willingness to assist in personal care needs of the children.To participate fully in all tasks required to run the class smoothly, including preparation of snacks, activities, setting up different areas and clearing up and cleaning after certain activities.To attend and participate in meetings as required.To attend any INSET sessions and/or training for professional development to keep informed of current childcare legislation and practice.To ensure that all the Health and Safety policies are followed.To contribute to and support the schools’ ethos.To uphold all the school’s policies, procedures and ethos.Experience /Qualifications:QTS qualified teacherExperience of teaching students with SEN / Complex needsPGCE or equivalent Teaching qualificationFull right to work in the UK Benefits:Enhanced salaryAdditional holiday days on top of all school holidaysHalf day finish every FridayPensionContinued commitment to progression, learning and developmentINDMLHJBRP1_UKTJ

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