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SEN Class Teacher - Ref TV13924

Blue Coat C.E. Infant and Junior Schools' Federation
Walsall, West Midlands
£30,000 – £46,525, + SEN 1 allowance (depending on skills and experience)
Closing date
12 Jun 2024

Job Details

Specialist SEN Teacher to be based in Specialist Resource Provision for children with communication and ASD needs


Main scale or UPS + SEN 1 allowance (depending on skills and experience) –To start: 1st September, 2024

The Federation of Blue Coat Infant and Junior Schools are looking to appoint a highly skilled and experienced teacher to work within our new Specialist Resource Provision (SRP) for Infant and Junior children with communication and ASD needs, from September 2024.  The development of our new Specialist Resource Provision is an exciting step in the journey of our highly inclusive Federation.  Based on the Junior School site in a purpose built teaching block, you will be responsible for leading the teaching of a small group of primary aged children (3-11) with complex developmental needs.  You will be part of a team of specialist teachers and teaching assistants based in the SRP.  

You will be an outstanding practitioner who:
•    is able to demonstrate highly effective teaching skills and determination to secure the best possible outcomes for every child
•    demonstrates excellent and innovative pedagogical approaches for teaching and learning
•    can demonstrate the ability to plan an exciting, inspiring curriculum
•    can provide high quality learning experiences adapted to meet the needs of children with EHCPs
•    who recognises parents as vital partners in learning and is committed to building strong relationships.

The successful candidate will also have the following experience and attributes:
•    Qualified Teacher Status.
•    A proven track record of achieving academic excellence.
•    Evidence of implementing innovative approaches to learning, particularly in regard to children with speech, language, communication and ASD needs.
•    Experience of meeting the needs of children and young people who may benefit from specialist provision within a mainstream setting.
•    The ability to teach across the Primary age range with a secure knowledge of early child development and the Early Years Foundation stage.
•    Nurturing, resilience, adaptability, energy and optimism.

The Federation provides a comprehensive professional development programme tailored to the needs of individual staff at all stages of their careers. 

We welcome enquiries from everyone and value diversity in our workforce.

There is an exclusive package of employee benefits available for all Blue Coat Federation employees.

Appointment is subject to DBS enhanced clearance plus 2 suitable professional references. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Please note if you are shortlisted for the role, we may conduct an online search of your online presence as part of our due diligence.  

Informal visits to the schools are welcome.  Please email the Executive Head, Mr. A. Orlik, to make an appointment:

Application forms and further details are available from the Federation website: or by emailing Mrs. L. Harper, Federation Business Manager:

Completed applications should be emailed to Mrs. L. Harper by 12 noon Wednesday 12th June, 2024.



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