SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher Needed

28203.00 - 46152.00 GBP Annual + GBP28203 - GBP46152/annum GBP28,203 - GBP46,152
07 Feb 2017
21 Feb 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher- North West London

Are you a SEND/PMLD primary teacher who can maintain a cheerful manner and help students feel positive while working with students who exhibit medical and physical disabilities?

This SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher role is the ideal chance to join a welcoming SEN Primary school in North West London and take the next step in your career.

*** Apply now for details - SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher position
*** Salary for SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher GBP28,203 - GBP46,152
*** Permanent, Full-Time position starting September
*** Excellent SEN Primary school located in North West London

Person Specification for SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher
This position would suit a success-driven SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher who has a history of working closely with pupils with SEN/PMLD requirements and those with and a track record of 'Good' or better classroom practice. The school wants SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher who can go above and beyond the call of duty in pupil support, offering a calming influence during challenging situations.

About the SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher Role
In this interesting SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher position you will be taking charge of a KS1 class of mixed ability's which will be decided nearer the time. You will be ably assisted in your class by a warm and highly skilled teaching assistant. Your responsibilities as SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher will include learning and developing your skills under a talented Head teacher and joining the exciting training schemes available. Your responsibilities will include utilising not just the facilities available but also the support and guidance on hand in the form of an experienced teacher who will act as your personal mentor when you join the school.

The School - SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher
This is a leading PMLD school which has a wealth of expertise in offering an all-encompassing education to pupils aged between 5-19, with severe learning difficulties and profound and multiple learning difficulties. From the SLT down to the support staff, everyone here is working hard towards moving the school that final step towards Outstanding. The Head teacher is a firm believer in the long-term benefits of an inclusive code of practice.

This could be your chance to work at a supportive SEN Primary school that offers the chance to work with some great students and expand your career potential - based in North West London Become a KS1 Teacher at this great school in North West London; click 'Apply' to send your CV to Rainy Old at EduStaff.

Please note: due to the volume of SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher applications, only successful SEND/PMLD Primary Teacher applicants will be contacted