SEN Teacher – Home Schooling
Variable days / hours per role
School hours / Term time only
Circa £30,000 pa dependant on background and experience
Are you an enthusiastic and experienced professional working with children with special educational needs? Are you looking for a new challenge?
We are seeking to put together a team of specialists to work in partnership to deliver a personalised learning program to support a 7-year-old girl with autism and sensory processing disorder.
We are looking in particular for people who have experience with SEN primary teaching, Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Behaviour and Social Development Specialists.
This is a vitally important role and the successful candidate will be expected to work in partnership with the core team, Program Coordinator and the family to help to build and deliver a nurturing and stimulating classroom environment within the family home.
You are a creative and innovative practitioner capable of generating excitement and enthusiasm both one to one and in small groups for the child in your care. You will plan, deliver and monitor your teaching sessions to encourage the child to learn and progress their education. You are open minded and enjoy working as part of a team to be proactive and reflective; to facilitate consistency, and you are tenacious in achieving your goals. You have stamina, patience and a heart for teaching children how to develop coping strategies and build confidence.
What qualities are we looking for?
• Experienced SEN teacher or qualified specialist
• Excellent communication skills
• Innovative, creative practitioner who can tailor the school curriculum to meet individual needs
• Flexibility and reliability
• A compassionate, patient, caring and can-do attitude
• High levels of motivation, imagination and enthusiasm to promote strong and effective learning
What we can offer you:
• A unique opportunity to develop and implement a complete learning program for an individual child
• Creative collaboration with a team of fellow professionals
• A competitive salary and flexibility
• A chance to work with a delightful little girl and her supportive family
• Further training relevant to this program and pupil
S & L Marshall is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.