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Special needs teaching

What does it entail and how can you get into it?

Pupils in the SEND sector have wildly varying needs. As a teacher, you can choose whether to focus your career on assisting pupils with specific disabilities or leading classes whose students have a range of needs. SEND teachers may work with pupils with dyslexia or dyscalculia (similar to dyslexia but for numbers), autism, severe epilepsy, moderate, severe or profound learning difficulties, visual or hearing impairments, mobility problems, behavioural challenges or psychiatric problems. The qualifications for a SEND teacher depend on the particular needs of the pupils they wish to teach; for example, anyone who wants to teach pupils with hearing impairments will find that knowing sign language is important.

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