Embarking on a career as a supply SEN (Special Educational Needs) Teacher involves supporting students with diverse disabilities and learning needs, like autism, learning difficulties, or emotional disorders. At Career Teachers, we’re here to guide you through the unique journey of becoming a supply SEN Teacher and how you can thrive in this flexible and rewarding role.
What Does an SEN Teacher Do?
An SEN Teacher works closely with students who require extra help due to their special educational needs. They assist in classrooms, focusing on both academics and social skills. These teachers create personalised lesson plans tailored to each student’s abilities.
SEN Teachers can work in mainstream schools or specialised SEN schools. They collaborate with other professionals to provide comprehensive support for these students and their families.