Job Reference: SEN1Tch
Job Type: Permanent
Location: Lewisham, South London
Date Posted: 23rd November, 20172017-11-23
Date Closing: 22nd May, 201805/22/2018
Sector(s): SEND Teaching Jobs
Agency: Castles Education
Exciting opportunity within special educational needs.
Are you looking for a great opportunity to work as part of a growing team making a big impact on these children’s education?
Would you like to be part of a brand new centre that will listen to your ideas and value you as a member of the new team?
How would you like to be involved in developing the centre over the next academic year?
If you are saying yes to those questions then don’t look any further because Castles Education has just what you could be looking for.
A client based in Lewisham, South London are looking to open a new resource base for primary aged children who have all been diagnosed with ASC/ASD and challenging behaviours. Some children have dual diagnosis which can also be ADHD, PDA, ODD and SEMH.
The unit is due to open in a temporary base in Lewisham in January 2018 and will move to a purpose built site, hopefully by Easter 2018. The temporary site is a short walk from Bellingham Station or Catford Bus Station.
Starting in January 2018 the centre will have 6 primary children to begin with but will have scope to have more children join the centre along with additional staff when needed. To start off, the centre will need a qualified and experienced teacher of ASC.
To join this exciting set up, you will need to be:
There is every chance these roles will become permanent for September 18 for the right candidates.
Interviews and trial days are taking place over the next week so apply today before you miss out. Opportunities in SEND like this do not come along very often.
We are fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, younger learners and vulnerable adults and we expect all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. All positions will be subject to enhanced DBS checks, satisfactory references and will be exempt from the provisions of the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974