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Dedicated to all things special needs…….

All children deserve the best education we can give. SEN Recruitment understand that children with special needs require experienced practitioners with the relevant skills to help them realise their strengths and achieve their full potential. SEND is a specialist field and we recruit candidates who share a passion for special needs, who are dedicated to the development and success of the children they work with.

Why choose SEN Recruitment?

  • A Bespoke Approach
  • Proactive & Responsive
  • Excellent Staff Training
  • Specialists in SEND
  • Skilled and Experienced Candidates
  • Raising Attainment and Adding Value
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It’s my pleasure to offer my unreserved recommendation for SEN Recruitment as I’ve known and worked for them since last year.

I have to comment on their professionalism of keeping clear communication, reliability and compassion, where they understood my personal need of a long term adjustment in a school setting and the possibility to get a permanent role. All my needs are taken cared of and is a privilege to work with Alison and the SEN Recruitment team.

I strongly recommend your company because of their unique skills, seriousness and the ability to find you a long term/permanent role in a lovely school setting, where they make sure that your needs are also a priority and you feel comfortable working.

I had the opportunity to meet great people, to enjoy beautiful activities, gain more work experience in a lovely ambient and to enjoy doing all at the same time, thing that the agency cares about for you.

I feel nothing but grateful in the way I was handled and not only that I love my job but I feel confident that whatever changes the future might bring Alison and the team will manage to find me the perfect fit.

Thank you for your kindness, care and professionalism

SEN Teaching Assistant

Beth has been instrumental in supporting the recruitment of support staff– both short term and long term contracts, as well as sourcing permanent staff. The partnership has proved immensely successful.

Headteacher of Primary School

Beth has always understood our schools needs and has provided us with high quality staff that understand the needs of our pupils including knowledge of specialist strategies.

Executive Headteacher of a Special Needs School in Cheshire

Latest Jobs

  • 17/07/19
  • SEND Key Worker 0-25 Macclesfield
  • Macclesfield, Cheshire

SEND Key Worker 0-25 Macclesfield

SEN Recruitment are working in conjunction with Cheshire East Council to appoint SEND Key Workers with ages 0-25

To be the keyworker for children with special education needs and their families while undertaking a statutory assessment or with education health and care plans (EHCP), supporting them through the process and ensuring appropriate education provision to meet their needs.

Successful candidates will be comfortable liaising with.

  • Children and families and young people
  • Schools, Early Years and Post 16 providers
  • Health
  • Social Care
  • Other Cheshire East Services
  • Partner organisations

Job Details

To deliver high quality, child and person-centred service, producing Education, Health and Care Plans together with children/young people and their parents/carers in a timely manner, ensuring they are aware of the local offer and deliver the best outcomes for the child/young person.

To work in a multi-agency arena, ensuring that all relevant assessments and reports are sought, received and utilised for EHC assessments and reflect in EHC plans

To prepare all information required for panel and present assessments and plans at panel recording and implementing decisions.

Working in partnership with other services, schools and colleges to secure suitable provision for children and young people, which meets their specific needs.

To support children/young people through key transitions points ensuring an effective and timely transition to new schools and colleges.

Developing and implementing, solution focussed strategies that encourage the exchange of information and ideas with parents/carers, voluntary groups and appropriate agencies

To negotiate, in conjunction with commissioning services, placements ensuring support is in place to meet the identified needs with school staff, support teams and other colleagues.

To act as the first point of contact in respect of complaints in relation to SEN Assessments with a view to seeking a positive and fair resolution of grievances.

To assist the Locality Managers in preparation for First Tier SEND Tribunals by helping to draw up the Authority’s Statement of Case, attending meetings with legal and other representatives and ensuring adherence to prescribed timescales

Contributing to the development, initiation and review of SEN and Disability policies and provision for pupils with SEN and Disability to ensure that these policies are implemented in practice

All candidates must have 2 up to date references and a Full Enhanced DBS on the update service.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk or call us on 01925 906500.


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  • SEND- Primary Teaching Assistant
  • Warrington

Are you looking for a unique and satisfying role in education?

Do you have experience working with young adults and children with SEND?

SEN Recruitment is looking for potential candidates to work in a school in the Warrington School. They are looking to appoint a caring, passionate and enthusiastic candidate for the role of SEND Teaching Assistant. Candidates will be supporting children with complex learning needs that will enable them to access and progress through education.

The successful candidate will be able to complete duties within the job role such as.

This will include:

  1. Understanding the needs of pupils by using IEP and EHC plans.
  2. Work alongside teachers to differentiate activities.
  3. Team teach with other members of staff.
  4. Be confident in delivery some of the teachers work material to small groups of pupils.
  5. Work alongside the SENCO and teachers to aid in understanding behaviour patterns.
  6. Be emotionally and socially aware of the challenges individual students face.

The position is temporary with the potential to be permanent. Ideally, candidates will undergo a face to face interview with the school. The ideal candidate will show care and attention to the pupils they will support embrace themselves within the ethos of the school. It will be important for them to be able to work closely with the support network that the school offers for their pupils.

It is required all candidates are subject to an interview, references to cover the last two years and a full enhanced DBS that is on the update service due to the nature of the environment you will be working in.

For more information about this role or any other roles supporting SEND please contact info@senrecruitment. co.uk or call us on 01925 906500.


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  • 16/07/19
  • Specialist Residential Support Worker – Summer Work
  • Northwich, Cheshire

Specialist Residential Support Workers – Summer Work

Specialist Residential Support Workers who are interested in working with children and adults who have complex learning needs and ASD over the school summer holidays are required for SEN Recruitment. The roles are ad-hoc, short term and there are also longer term opportunities within the care provider.

If you have passion, dedication and are committed to working with SEND this is a fantastic opportunity to gain some more experience. Shifts get allocated on a two week rolling rota and there are 3 main shifts or the option of a waking night shift. Even if you have secured a role from September but don’t get any income over the holiday period then this could be an alternative option for you.

If you:

  • Are passionate, dedicated and committed to working with children, young people and adults with SEND
  • Have a DBS on the online update service or be willing to apply for one
  • Be available for work over the school summer holidays, weekends or during term time
  • Have experience or resilience when working with children, young people or adults with complex SEND
  • Be able to work as part of a team and provide enrichment and positive support
  • Be flexible and able to work to clear targets and expectations

Please get in touch by submitting your CV or calling 01925 906 500

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary, Contract



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