Why Step Teachers?

Experts in recruitment

Step Teachers is the home of honest, ethical, and dedicated recruitment for thousands of teachers, teaching assistants, nursery assistants, SEN specialists, cover supervisors, and tutors across southern England.

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Hear what the SEN teachers we’ve placed have to say

  • Penny Score
    Penny Score

    ​I am incredibly grateful to Step Teachers for helping me find my dream SEN job. Their personalised approach and support throughout the process were outstanding. Five stars for their exceptional service!

  • Ross Martinez
    Ross Martinez

    ​Thanks to Step Teachers, I secured an amazing SEN job that exceeded my expectations. They guided me every step of the way, from refining my CV to preparing for interviews. Their dedication and commitment to finding the right fit for me were remarkable. Five stars for their invaluable assistance!

  • Jill Anderson
    Jill Anderson

    ​I wholeheartedly recommend Step Teachers. They matched me perfectly to an amazing SEN school, and their dedication to ensuring a successful partnership is remarkable. Five-star service!

Frequently asked questions

  • As a special education teacher, it's important to continue to develop your skills and stay up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in education. You can attend professional development workshops and conferences specific to special education, participate in online courses or webinars focused on special education, collaborate with other special education teachers to share ideas and best practices and reflect on your teaching practices.

  • To become a special education teacher, it is typically required that you complete a teacher preparation program that includes student teaching or fieldwork to gain practical experience in the classroom. Relevant work experience in education or working with special needs individuals, such as tutoring or volunteering, can also be beneficial.

  • Yes, if you already have a general education teaching qualification, you can still pursue a career as an SEN teacher. You may need to pursue additional coursework or certifications specific to special education to enhance your knowledge and skills in working with students with special needs.

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