As a SEN Teacher at Witherslack Group, you’ll get the opportunity to deliver the kind of inspirational education you always wanted to – the type that makes a true difference to every pupil.
In this short film, Vicky Size, Head Teacher and Chris McHale, Teacher from our Lakeside School, explain why they are always looking to find engaging and exciting ways to deliver the curriculum and how this makes their teaching experience enjoyable and diverse.
Are you ready to be a part of our team and help our young people achieve their own stories of success? Browse our career opportunities here.
We look for superb classroom practitioners across all levels to work in our schools.
Teachers who can take the National Curriculum and bring it to life in a way that’s engaging and exciting. Ideally, you’ll already have experience of dealing with complex education needs, as you’ll need to truly connect with our young people – understanding what makes them unique and working to make a real difference to their social and emotional development.
While it’s important that each young person makes academic achievements, you’ll also focus on helping them feel accepted, raising their self-esteem and giving them the school life that every child deserves.
The difference you can make will be enormous.
You’ll work with small class groups, be led by outstanding leadership teams, have access to truly specialist support and work within state-of-the-art-learning environments.
You’ll share our commitment to fulfilling the potential of each and every one of our young people and you’ll play a key role in helping them achieve great things, both within and outside of the classroom.
You’ll have a real passion for working with children with SEN and a ‘no limits’ approach to learning. Through your experience you will know that making a difference, a real difference, is not easy. There’s going to be challenges, but there’s also going to be moments of breakthrough; moments of magic, joy and real achievement.
We’ll be with you every step of the way, ensuring you and your class have all the support you need. Our SEN Teachers, Teaching Assistants and Clinical Services Team all work in a completely collaborative way to ensure that everything is in place for our young people to thrive and engage with their learning.
We are committed to providing all of our young people with the therapeutic support that they need. All of our schools operate a completely integrated approach towards therapeutic support and are supported by our Clinical Services Team, which includes Education Psychologists, Occupational Therapists and Speech and Language Therapists. The Clinical Services Team delivers a combination of directly targeted work with young people in addition to providing staff consultation, support and training.
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