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SEN (ASD) Teacher
We are currently recruiting on behalf of a Special Educational Needs School situated in Redbridge.
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This is a successful and well established school for children aged 11-19 with a wide range of needs including moderate and severe learning difficulties as well as Autistic Spectrum Disorders. The school have 140 children on site and support around 200 in mainstream settings.
The school has an excellent reputation and has a highly skilled and dedicated staff team who work together to ensure all children experience an exciting curriculum tailored to meet their individual needs. As a result there is a safe, caring and supportive ethos that enables them to be happy at school and achieve well in their learning.
The school believe in a shared responsibility for all the children in their community and that by working together with governors, parents and the wider community, they are able to:
Ensure the children are happy, healthy and confident and can keep them safe and provide a secure environment
Provide guidance and support for their personal, emotional and social well being
Provide increased equality of access to the curriculum, care, guidance and support
Focus decision making on the best interests of the students and their families
Ensure the voices of their students are heard and listened to, to maximise the life chances of the young people in their care
The role is for a part-time PSHE Teacher, working with KS4 students with autism. The role runs for at least two terms, beginning in January 2014
The timetable includes Science with Tear 8 and Year 10 GLD classes, as well as PSHE and English. Flexibility is paramount for anybody applying
Experience of teaching children/students with autism is absolutelty essential
Applicants must have UK QTS and at least 3 years experience of teaching students with autism
In return for your hard work the school offers a supportive senior leadership team and a sociable and welcoming teaching team. Your application will be managed by a dedicated specialist education consultant who will guide and support you through the process in an honest and trustworthy manner to ensure you find the right match for you.
To discuss this in more detail, please contact Rob Davies at
or call 020 8478 2250
All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child safety standards and UK eligibility checks