As a special educational needs teacher or teaching assistant it your job to support those who have a learning disability or physical disability reach their full educational potential.
Special needs teaching assistants offer additional learning opportunities for pupils, helping them to develop academically, socially and emotionally.
SEN teachers must be skilled at identifying individual needs and being responsible for creating a safe, stimulating and supportive learning environment.
The type of provision you are working in will determine the needs of the children you support.
Difficulty expressing thoughts and feelings and understanding the verbal or nonverbal communication of others, including their intentions and expectations.
Some children have difficult and challenging behaviours these can include disorders such as ADHD.
A learning disability affects the way a person learns new things. They can be mild, moderate or severe.
There are many physical disabilities that can affect children, such as delayed walking, deafness or visual impairment.
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Any personal information submitted to us such as your previous experience and qualification will be used by our recruitment consultants in order to consider your appropriateness for any roles that we may have available.