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PMLD Experienced Teacher

Job Description

We are hiring a PMLD Teacher for a fantastic provision in Stevenage

This is a full-time role, working on a temp-to-perm basis.

We seek a devoted and enthusiastic PMLD Teacher to join a specialist school in Stevenage. As a Teacher, you will have the opportunity to make a tremendous impact on the lives of children and young people, who have complex needs. This is a full-time position, as working with SEN students requires a consistent and committed presence.


  • Plan, prepare and deliver high-quality teaching and learning experiences tailored to the individual needs of students with PMLD
  • Utilise your expertise and outstanding practice to engage and inspire young people who have complex needs, fostering their personal, social, and academic development
  • Develop and implement IEPs for students, incorporating appropriate strategies, resources, and assessment methods
  • Create a positive and inclusive learning environment that promotes the well-being, independence, and confidence of each student
  • Build strong relationships with students, regardless of their needs or backgrounds, providing a supportive and nurturing educational experience
  • Collaborate with other teachers, support staff, and external professionals to coordinate and deliver a holistic and effective curriculum
  • Monitor student progress, assess learning outcomes, and provide regular feedback to students, parents, and relevant stakeholders
  • Participate in staff meetings, training sessions, and professional development activities to enhance your knowledge and teaching practice
  • Adhere to the school's policies, safeguarding procedures, and maintain a safe and inclusive learning environment


  • QTS or equivalent qualification is essential
  • Proven experience working with individuals with SEN, particularly those with PMLD, is required
  • Demonstrated ability to deliver outstanding teaching and learning experiences to students with complex needs
  • Knowledgable about various teaching methodologies, resources, and assistive technologies for students with PMLD
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build strong relationships with students, parents, and colleagues
  • Flexibility, adaptability, and a positive mindset to meet the diverse needs of the students and the school community
  • Commitment to promoting inclusivity, diversity, and equality within the classroom and the wider school environment
  • Familiarity with relevant statutory frameworks, policies, and regulations related to SEN education
  • Strong organisational and communication skills (written and verbal)