Smart Teachers welcomes overseas SEN Teacher / Special Educational Needs Teachers to consider a position teaching primary students at a new special needs school in Brent, London. This well-resourced school caters for students with social, emotional, and mental health (SEMH) difficulties. The head teacher is supportive and fully invested in the teachers and support staff at the school. As the school is quite small, it has a welcoming atmosphere and family-like feel to it. The successful SEN Teacher / Special Educational Needs Teacher will be responsible for teaching a small class of 2-3 upper primary pupils. The role is to commence September 2019, with the possibility of a permanent role for the right candidate.
About the Role
• SEN Teacher / Special Educational Needs Teacher
• Will be teaching primary students with SEMH (social, emotional, and mental health) difficulties
• Role to begin in September 2019 with a possibility of a permanent contract for the right candidate
• Open to Newly graduates and unqualified teachers with experience planning and teaching primary curriculum
• Daily rate starting from $250 depending on experience
About the School
• Newly opened Primary Pupil Referral Unit in Brent
• Very supportive leadership team
• Small class sizes with 1:1 support staff in each class
• All students have a statement of Special Educational Needs
• Caters for children with SEMH (social, emotional, and mental health difficulties)
• Soft-play room and a therapy room on site
• Range of therapists to work with the children and their families
• Specialised music room
• School provides CPD training for staff
• Close to transport links
• The London Borough of Brent is located in North West, Outer London
• One of the most culturally diverse areas of London
• Growing in popularity with families and young professionals
• Home to Wembley Stadium, one of the most popular football and music in the world
In order to be considered for this role, the SEN Teacher / Special Educational Needs Teacher will need to meet the following criteria:
• Have experience working as a SEN Teacher / Special Educational Needs Teacher or equivalent
• Hold a Post graduate certificate of education/B Ed or have experience planning and teaching primary curriculum
• Eligible to work in the UK (must have valid visa), sponsorship license held for exceptional candidates
• Recent classroom-based references and valid DBS/police checks
• OS teachers and Newly qualified teachers are welcome to apply
Benefits of registering with Smart Teachers:
• Dedicated Australian-based team available to answer your queries before you move abroad, and a London-based team to support you when you land
• Completely free service
• An invitation to join our Overseas Teachers social group and attend our monthly events, connecting you with other migrants.
• Smart is powered by Tes, the world's largest education community that provides curriculum resources, career support and more.
• Teaching overseas is a great way to develop personally and professionally’ and is a great addition to your CV.
As well as being part of this school's community, working with Smart Teachers also gives you access to:
• Free CPD workshops
• Regular social events
• Consultant exclusivity
Interested in Applying?
To apply you must be eligible to work in the UK and meet all national safeguarding criteria.
To apply you must be eligible to work in the UK and meet all national safeguarding criteria. Please email your CV to email@example.com quoting job reference number NVC179533RXP.
Due to the high volume of applications received, please note only suitable candidates will be contacted.
Smart Teachers is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Candidates registering with Smart Teachers will need to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure via the DBS and/or provide police checks from other countries, where appropriate. Smart Teachers is an equal opportunities employer.