Special Educational Needs (SEN) teachers help children and young people who require extra support with their learning in a classroom setting. SEN teachers can work within mainstream schools, be that in a mixed class or special class, or they can work in SEN schools. An SEN teacher will be responsible for students with: ● Visual or hearing impairment ● Behavioural or emotional problems ● Specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia ● Mild to moderate learning difficulties ● Physical disabilities
What does an SEN teacher do?
September 7, 2021 By Leave a Comment
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