"I'd like to take this opportunity to thank Branden and the Pertemps team for all your support over the past 18 months. It has been very easy to work with you - you're always easy to talk to, give clear instructions, and find work quickly. Thank you." Andrew
What do SEN professionals do?
Education professionals who work with young people with special educational needs (SEN) provide the extra support they need to learn successfully. People fulfilling SEN roles will often come across pupils with mild to moderate learning difficulties, including specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia. Students may also have physical disabilities, sensory impairment or emotional or behavioural problems.
Our SEN consultants work with mainstream schools as well as more specialised settings such as special needs schools, pupil referral units (PRUs) and alternative provisions.
SEN professionals may deliver national curriculum subjects and help pupils develop their self-confidence, and fulfil their potential, but they will often operate in a specialised learning environment. At Pertemps Education, we work hard to ensure that these vital roles are carried out by the best SEN teachers and teaching assistants available. As a result, we are trusted by many and varied organisations recruiting for SEN roles across London, Essex, Suffolk and across the south east of England.
"Once the placement started, Jamie stayed in touch. He made sure everything was going well, and gave feedback from the client - which fortunately included extending the placement."
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