Job Reference: KW0406182
Job Type: Permanent
Date Posted: 4th June, 20182018-06-04
Date Closing: 31st August, 201808/31/2018
Sector(s): Supply Teacher Jobs Manchester, Secondary Teacher Jobs, Secondary School Supply Teachers, SEN Supply Teacher Roles, SEND Teaching Jobs
Agency: Castles Education
Castles Education are looking to recruit a primary SEND (special education needs and disabilities) teacher for a primary SEND school within Croydon, South East London.
The school requires a primary teacher to start with them on a permanent post from September 2018 and will consider teachers from Mainstream who want to make the transition into SEND teaching. Applications from NQTs and Overseas with a SEND background are also welcome to apply.
This primary school is a SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) primary school whose students have been diagnosed with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) and severe learning difficulties (SLD). They currently have 17 small classes of children, up to 8 in a class, with a minimum of 3 support staff and will be expanding in 2018. In their recent OFSTED report they were awarded a Good grade and are working towards becoming an outstanding SEND school in the future.
Due to the size of the school and the proposed growth, this school is always needing supply staff, both for day to day and for long term roles. Many supply staff have become permanent staff members. Staff enjoy working at this primary school as it has a strong forward thinking management team and the emphasis clearly is on the children’s development and needs.
The school is very accessible by public transport but does have car park facilities as well.
Pay is based on MPS and additional SEND points.
To work within this school you will need;
To register with Castles Education you will need to attend a face to face registration with one our experienced consultants.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0203 137 1821.
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