Graduate SEN Keyworker
|Salary||GBP£300-400 per week (term time)|
Are you an exceptional graduate from an excellent university (min 2:1) looking to kick start a career in teaching or educational psychology?
Do you have experience working or volunteering with young people with Special Educational Needs?
Could you work 1:1 with a child with a visual impairment to ensure they achieve their potential?
If you answered yes to these questions then look no further! An exciting opportunity has arisen for a passionate Psychology graduate to become a Graduate SEN Keyworker for a in a secondary school in Luton…
- Graduate SEN Keyworker
- Min 2:1 essential / Russell Group uni desirable
- Full-time Graduate SEN Keyworker for full academic year
- Great experience for those considering teacher training or Educational Psychology
- Secondary school in Luton going from strength to strength
- Earn £300-400 per week as a Graduate SEN Keyworker (during term time)
- Shortlisting ASAP
The Role – The successful graduate will be supporting the SEN department working with pupils in-class, on a 1:1 basis and in small groups, to provide targeted help across all subjects. As a Graduate SEN Keyworker you will be leading learning support interventions that not only boost progress but also instil a love of learning in all pupils. You will work closely with the school’s SENCO to ensure individualised learning plans are fit for purpose.
The School – This is a diverse secondary school in Luton rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted. The school has a large inclusion department due to higher than average numbers of students with SEN. This is an excellent place for an aspiring teacher or Educational Psychologist to begin their careers and have exposure to a wide range of Special Educational Needs and develop essential skills to support future job applications.
About You – You will be a high-achieving recent graduate (2:1 minimum), ideally from a Russell Group university, with a passion for your subject and for education. You will be resilient, patient and able to come up with creative solutions to problems. Experience working with young people with SEN is essential and you will also need to demonstrate a thorough understanding of SEN in the classroom. You will have a genuine interest in pursuing a career in education and be committed to this position for a full academic year.
If you feel excited about this Graduate SEN Keyworker opportunity and think this school could be the launch pad for your career in education we want to hear from you today! Click ‘Apply’ or send your CV and covering letter (detailing why you are the ideal candidate) to Sara at i-teachers.