Salary for special educational needs teacher

Average salary


2500 £

Basic salary 2100 £
Maximum Wage 3000 £
2100 £
Lowest
2550 £
Average
3000 £
Highest

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The average salary for the special educational needs teacher position is 2500 £

Companies with the highest earnings in position Special educational needs teacher


ACADEMICS 3000 £
TRADEWIND RECRUITMENT 2960 £
DUNBAR EDUCATION RECRUITMENT 2800 £
ABC TEACHERS 2700 £
SANZA TEACHING AGENCY 2666 £
CAREER TEACHERS 2400 £
RT EDUCATION 2400 £
CONNEX EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP 2400 £
VERITAS EDUCATION RECRUITMENT 2400 £
VISION FOR EDUCATION 2400 £

Salary in companies


ACADEMICS 3000 £
2100 £ 3000 £
TRADEWIND RECRUITMENT 2960 £
2100 £ 3000 £
DUNBAR EDUCATION RECRUITMENT 2800 £
2100 £ 3000 £
ABC TEACHERS 2700 £
2100 £ 3000 £
SANZA TEACHING AGENCY 2666 £
2100 £ 3000 £
CAREER TEACHERS 2400 £
2100 £ 3000 £
RT EDUCATION 2400 £
2100 £ 3000 £
CONNEX EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP 2400 £
2100 £ 3000 £
VERITAS EDUCATION RECRUITMENT 2400 £
2100 £ 3000 £
VISION FOR EDUCATION 2400 £
2100 £ 3000 £

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Requirements


  • the ability to build strong working relationships with staff and pupils
  • A passion for raising student expectations and achievements
  • the ability to remain up to date with educational developments and changes whilst undertaking the role
  • eligible to work in the UK
  • in possession of a clear DBS and registered with the EWC
  • special Needs
  • special Educational Needs Teacher - Bedford
  • primary Teacher
  • secondary Teacher
  • SEN Teacher
  • qualified teacher status and experience teaching students with Special Educational Needs
  • DBS on the update service
  • excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build strong relationships with students, parents, and colleagues
  • strong organisational skills and the ability to manage and prioritise workload effectively
  • A commitment to ongoing professional development and keeping up to date with best practice in SEN education
  • qualified Teacher Status or equivalent teaching qualification
  • specialism or additional training in Special Educational Needs is highly desirable
  • experience teaching pupils with a range of SEN, including Autism, Dyslexia, ADHD, and Speech and Language difficulties
  • knowledge of relevant legislation and best practices in SEN education
  • strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, parents, and external professionals

Responsibility


  • developing and delivering lessons and learning activities that are tailored to the specific needs of each individual student
  • creating and maintaining Individual Education Plans for each student and provide regular progress updates to parents and guardians
  • monitor and assess student progress, adjusting teaching methods as needed to ensure maximum learning and engagement
  • working collaboratively with other teachers and support staff to ensure the best possible outcomes for students
  • attending and contributing to regular meetings with parents, guardians, and external professionals involved in the care of each student
  • develop and implement Individual Education Plans for pupils with SEN, ensuring their specific needs are met
  • create engaging and inclusive lesson plans that cater to a range of abilities and learning styles
  • utilise various teaching strategies and resources to differentiate instruction and support pupil progress
  • regularly assess pupil progress and provide constructive feedback to support their development
  • collaborate with parents, carers, and external professionals to create a supportive network around the pupil
  • maintain accurate records of pupil progress and participate in SEN reviews and meetings
  • A very calm and positive atmosphere that all visitors comment on! Highly skilled staff provide a personalised approach to individual pupils' needs, encouraging them to become lifelong learners and valued members of their communities
  • the school is SEND primary and secondary setting for children aged 6-19, with Autism , ADHD and Challenging Behaviour
  • plan and deliver effective lessons which cater to the needs of individual EHCP plans
  • be responsible for all assessments relating to class students
  • be aware of, and remain responsible for all safeguarding of pupils within your care
  • unqualified SEND Teachers with Graduate or Postgraduate certification welcome to apply
  • work collaboratively with both teaching and support staff to ensure best outcomes for students
  • ECT- Early Career Teachers welcome to apply
  • teaching a group of 9 students who all have a diagnosis of ASD and have severely delayed communication and learning

Current offers for the position


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