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  • £29,225.00 to £34,550.00 per annum
  • London, UK
  • 2 months ago

SEN Class Teacher (0152)

·       Location: TreeHouse School 

·       Salary: £29,225 - £34,550 (+2 SEN Points) 

·       Contract Type: Full Time 

·       Closing Date: 15 December 2019

Do you find it rewarding when you see a young person succeed for the very first time, sometimes against the odds?

Are you passionate about delivering high quality teaching and learning?

Are you ready to create opportunities that make a long-lasting impression?

At TreeHouse School we are looking for qualified Teacher's who have high expectations of our pupils' learning and a commitment to providing education that promotes excellent progress, improves the lives of our learners and contributes to ‘making the ordinary possible'.

We are proud to be an Ofsted “outstanding” non-maintained  special school and sixth form for pupils aged 4 – 19. We have been providing specialist education for children with autism since 1997 to enable them to learn, thrive and achieve.  We are person-centred, we thrive through challenge, we are caring and we are creative.

What we offer:

·       We are committed to CPD, we are a part of the Haringey Education Program where you can access a wide range of training and development opportunities.

·       Subsidised weekly classes including; Yoga, Zumba and Running

·       Free healthy breakfast

·       Annual staff recognition awards

·       Cycle to work scheme up to £5000

·       Season ticket loans

·       Wellness programmes

·       Employment assisted program

·       Access to physiotherapy for all employees

We are looking for individuals that have experience of teaching children with SEN and ideally experience of teaching children with autism. As well as experience of using a range of assessments to monitor pupil progress and of using data to inform plan, target setting and reporting,

You will be experienced in working as part of a multidisciplinary team that includes Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Behaviour Analysts and specialist teachers and will have a sound understanding of, and commitment to, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.