Key Stage 1-4 SEN Teacher

The Linden Centre
15 Sep 2021
29 Sep 2021
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Key Stage 1-4 SEN Teacher at The Linden Centre

Salary:£25,714 - £36,961  + SEN2 in charge of Phonics and DT (KS1-4)

Fixed Term Contract – 1 Year (with a view to extend each year)


The Linden Centre is seeking an enthusiastic, energetic, inspirational and innovative Teacher to join their team of specialist staff in January 2022. The team support children from KS1-4 who are presenting challenging behaviours, which are preventing them from settling effectively to learning.

The successful candidate will be dedicated to improving outcomes for these children and to supporting families and other professionals. The person will provide programmes of learning, assessment and nurture to support children and young people. These programmes will include learning in a range of different subjects as well as assessing both the learning and social emotional needs of the learners and supporting interventions and therapeutic workshops.

Experience in recently working within educational settings is essential and managing challenging behaviour is preferred, although it is not essential.
• Degree level or equivalent
• QTS status
• Evidence of commitment to continued professional and personal development.
• Understanding of the issues relating to the achievement and inclusion of children
• A thorough working knowledge of policies and practice relating to vulnerable learners. • Understanding of and commitment to Equalities and Inclusion.
• Understanding of child protection/safeguarding issues.
• Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, both orally and in writing.
• High level of inter-personal skills including the ability to relate well to people from a variety of social, cultural, educational, religious and ethnic backgrounds.
• Ability to maintain written records of initial assessments and other relevant records.
• Excellent ICT skills.
• Ability to use own initiative.
• Confident when working with and managing children and young people.
• Self directed and well organised with the ability to effectively manage time and workload to meet deadlines.
• Able to work constructively as part of a team and establish productive working relationships with others.
• Good timekeeper, reliable and punctual.

If this role is of interest to you and you can contribute to our future success, further details can be found in the Job Description and Person Specification.

Visits to the settings are warmly welcomed and encouraged. Please contact school to arrange a viewing.

If you require any other details or wish to discuss the role further, please contact Mr Darren Lennon (Head teacher) on 01952 385601 or email

The Linden Centres are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff to share this commitment and to undergo appropriate checks, including enhanced DBS checks and a willingness to demonstrate commitment to the standards which flows from The Linden Centres vision and values.

The role is covered by part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016 and therefore the ability to speak fluent spoken English is an essential requirement for this role.

The Linden Centre supports Equal Opportunities Employment

Supporting documents
Job Description & Person Specification