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PMLD SEN Teacher

PMLD SEN Teacher

  • Location

    Wood Green

  • Sector:

    Nursery , Junior , Infant , Secondary , Special Needs

  • Job type:

    Teacher

  • Salary:

    MPS

  • Contact:

    Alice Roberts

  • Contact email:

    AliceR@stepteachers.co.uk

  • Published:

    5 days ago

  • Duration:

    Long Term

  • Expiry date:

    2021-08-06

  • Startdate:

    ASAP or September 2021

  • Job reference:

    A298443

Step Teachers are currently searching for resilient and experienced PMLD Teacher for full-time, long-term positions at an Ofsted rated SEN School maintaining ‘Good’ status in North London. The School offers specialist education for pupils aged 2-16yrs with a wide range of SEN. The successful candidate must have PMLD classroom experience with an enhanced Adult and Child Workforce DBS or be willing to carry out a new check. 
The School has asked for a proficient PMLD Teacher who has the following attributes:
  • Must have experience working as SEN Teacher
  • Must have experience working with young people with PMLD
  • Be able to assist and develop the implementation of EHCP’s
  • Be able to liaise with parents
  • Be able to promote independence
  • A calm, nurturing and empathetic approach
This is a wonderful school at the heart of the local community. A strong relationship has been created with all members of the school community to ensure the children get the very best out of their learning experience. Pupils are challenged to achieve beyond their expectations! A combination of well-structured classroom-based learning and extra-curricular activities are used to promote confidence, resilience and independence. The children are provided with a safe and happy learning environment as they embark on their journey through education into their lives as members of an ever-changing society.
 
To be eligible to apply for this role through Step Teachers you will first need to undergo our registration process, which includes; a face-to-face interview, full referencing, qualification checks and the obligatory safeguarding checks as step teachers are committed to the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment.