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SEN Teacher

  • Location:

    South West London, London

  • Sector:

    SEN Teaching

  • Job type:

    Permanent Contracts

  • Salary:

    £31000 - £46000 per annum + Dependent Upon Experience/Skills

  • Contact:

    SEND Desk

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  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    01 Mar 00:00

  • Startdate:


Primary SEN Teacher

  • South West London Primary SEN School
  • Vacancies in EYFS and KS1
  • ASD, SLD and PMLD Classes
  • Permanent Contract
  • Excellent SLT
  • Brand New Purpose Built Classrooms
  • MPS 1-6 (Outer London) + SEN Point


I am looking to appoint an experienced, dedicated and engaging Primary SEN Teacher to join an outstanding special needs school at a very exciting time in its evolution. This thriving special school is based in the South West London and caters to children and young people with severe learning difficulties, profound and multiple difficulties and autism.

Due to an increasing need for top quality specialised primary SEN provision within the borough the local authority approached the school to expand. You will be joining at a very exciting juncture in both the school's development and in the provision for special needs children in South West London.

As a result of this massive expansion project I am looking to appoint a number of teachers for with early years experience for EYFS and KS1 class teaching roles within the new primary department. Initially you will be contracted through Reeson Education on a timesheet basis for the duration of a probation period at which point a permanent contract will be offered subject to satisfactory performance

The school will offer a comprehensive induction and inset programme for all staff, a pension scheme and a range of well-being benefits including an employee assistance programme.


  • I would love to hear from teachers with experience of special education with QTS and a proven track record.
  • Newly qualified teachers and teachers looking to move over from mainstream are also encouraged to apply.
  • You should have a real desire and motivation to make a difference to the lives of students.
  • You should be believe that all children are capable of making outstanding progress.
  • You should have experience of working with children who have SEN in either a mainstream or special school provision
  • You should have basic PECS, Makaton, TEACCH and Team Teach skills although full training will be provided
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