SEN Teaching Jobs
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SEN Teacher Jobs
TEFL UK are working with leading teaching agency Tradewind Recruitment to provide SEN teaching jobs across all regions of the UK.
We are currently hiring for SEN teacher roles. We have a comprehensive range of daily supply, long-term, and permanent SEN teacher positions to choose from.
Our SEN Specialist Consultants work exclusively to recruit SEN Teachers and Support Staff for daily supply, long-term, and permanent SEN jobs in mainstream schools and alternative provision across the UK. We have a variety of SEN Teacher jobs, including PMLD, SLD, ASD, mental health and emotional issues, in our schools and services, and we have pupils with moderate to complex needs, including PMLD, SLD, ASD, mental health and emotional difficulties.
Also interested in other roles? We are now hiring for:
What SEN Teaching Jobs are available?
We have a range of SEN teacher roles including:
SEN Teacher and Outreach Teacher jobs
PMLD Teacher jobs
ASD Teacher jobs
SEMH Teacher jobs
Why register with us?
There are 100s of agencies offering the same blanket service, but no one does it quite like us.
- We are a Sunday Times Top 100 employer (4th year running!)
- 45 CPD courses available to you – more than any other agency!
- Interview preparation and help with lesson planning
- We offer top rates of pay
- Amazing referral scheme (earn up to £100 for every friend referred)
SEN Teaching Job Locations
Across our network of 13 branches across the UK, we have an abundance of exciting vacancies including daily support, long-term and permanent placements across all education settings. Meaning we can secure the type of work that best suits you.
We pride ourselves on going the extra mile
We value individuality. Our candidates are one-of-a-kind, our schools are one-of-a-kind, and the students who are cared for by our outstanding teachers and support personnel are one-of-a-kind. We're happy to help so many outstanding special education needs schools, units, and programmes around the country, and we've established teams in each of our offices dedicated completely to SEN recruitment.
Teachers that specialise in Special Educational Needs (SEN) work with children and teenagers who require extra support and direction to help them attain their full potential. They can teach individuals or small groups and are based in both mainstream and special education needs schools and institutions.
Before joining SEN teaching, most teachers choose to gain some experience in mainstream education. Some schools, on the other hand, may hire newly qualified teachers. Additional training for qualified teachers can be obtained in order to teach students with specific educational needs.
During the school year, SEN instructors often work a school day from roughly 8.30 a.m. to 3.30 p.m., Monday through Friday. This may differ depending on the school and where you live in the country. Teachers frequently spend time planning and preparing classes as well as grading students' work at home.
Because your students may have a variety of learning styles and talents, you'll need to be creative and original in your teaching approaches, with the capacity to come up with a variety of engaging strategies. Other important abilities for a special education teacher include outstanding communication skills.
Before you apply, you can attend a train to teach event to learn more about the profession, the many training options, and funding. The National Association for Special Educational Needs and Get Into Teaching both include resources for building your abilities for working with students with special educational needs.