An opportunity for a SEN Teacher has arisen at the Lime Trust; Brookfield House site in Woodford Green. Here at Brookfield House we offer specialist provision for pupils aged 2-19 with a range of complex and significant learning needs, this includes learners on the autistic spectrum and those with complex physical and sensory impairments.
This is a Full time role, with hours being 08:00 to 15:30 each school day.
This is a well-established, friendly and committed team. Working as a teacher you will have an exciting and unique opportunity to join a growing trust and create an exceptional learning experience for the children who attend. The Curriculum delivered across the Lime is personlised, flexible and we adopt an approach where communication and pupil voice are at the core of the curriculum offer.
Our academies have a wonderful ethos and a vibrant feel, which means working here is very enjoyable. Armed with outstanding resources and a supportive SLT, you'll have the ability to cater each student's independent needs, plan innovative lessons and make their learning experience exciting, interesting and challenging.
You will liaise with other teachers, support staff and SLT ensuring you are continually raising standards.
What Lime Trust are looking for:
- Teachers with an outgoing and professional mentality
- Knowledge of SEN and working with pupils who display complex behaviours
- Previous experience in a teaching role, with a good core subject knowledge
- A passion for teaching and learning
What Lime Trust can offer you:
- A friendly, family feel environment
- Excellent CPD opportunities
- A rewarding and enjoyable teaching role
- To be a part of a growing, modern academy trust
The Lime Way:
- Always working to be brilliant
- Putting children first
- Setting the standard
- Building capacity rich schools
Are you an outstanding teacher with superb core subject knowledge and a passion to work in SEND? If so, we would love to hear from you. Please contact us at Lime Supply Solutions to register your interest in this exciting role.