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SEN English Teacher

SEN English Teacher

  • Location

    Cromer

  • Sector:

    Junior , Infant , Secondary , Special Needs

  • Job type:

    Teacher

  • Salary:

    £10'285 - £14'784

  • Contact:

    Chris Pont

  • Contact email:

    ChrisP@stepteachers.co.uk

  • Job reference:

    A288988

  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

  • Duration:

    Permanent

  • Expiry date:

    2020-11-12

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

Our local Norwich office is working with an education provider that provides education and care to young people who have a range of complex needs.  The school supports the needs of pupils who may have autism spectrum conditions, emotional behavioral difficulties, and or learning difficulties and is open to residential pupils and day pupils.

Our ideal candidate will have experience working in an SEN setting and hold a teaching qualification.  The age range of the pupils varies but the school has suggested that this may be better suited to a primary trained teacher.  The role is offered as a permanent position and ideally, you will be able to complete a 0.4 contract over 5 days.  The exact days could be negotiable for the right candidate. 

Step Teachers are an agency listed as an approved supplier on the Crown Commercial Service.  This is a new framework for schools to use, ensuring they have access to reputable agencies that meet certain safeguarding and recruitment guidelines.  The DfE are heavily marketing this service across schools and we would strongly suggest making sure you are registered with a CCS approved agency moving forwards.  Registering with Step Teachers ensures you are working for a trusted partner of the DfE.

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.