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SEN Teacher


Special Needs Education Teacher

Competitive Salary for Outstanding Teacher, SEN allowance plus responsibility allowance

Hours 35 / 39 weeks

The School provides a child-centred curriculum, adapted to each child’s developmental and learning needs, and the opportunity to discover each child's path to lifelong learning, offering a variety of educational programs designed to meet the needs of students with developmental delays, social and sensory sensitivities, and learning challenges. This outdoor curriculum is derived from an approach which braids together the insights of Rudolf Steiner with the National Curriculum and Practical Skills Therapeutic Education method of the Ruskin Mill Trust.

This post will suit someone who has the significant experience in teaching children with SEND and ideally within a Steiner school environment although not essential who wishes to join this unique school. In return we offer significant personal development opportunities to work within a holistic organisation that is complex and growing on a national scale and the satisfaction to significantly improve the lives of young people and their families.

 We provide an in-depth induction programme to enable our new team members to experience the Practical Skills Therapeutic Education (PSTE) curriculum and also opportunities for academic research including our own MSc in PSTE.

Working at Sunfield is incredibly rewarding and in return, we offer competitive salaries and an auto-enrolment scheme. In addition, staff receive:

• A comprehensive induction, extensive training and personal development

• Free car parking facilities on site, beautiful location, free lunches.

• Free employee assistance programme with BHSF 

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