Asend Staffing 2017-08-29T10:42:07+00:00

ASEND Recruitment is unique in being able to bring a lifetime of expertise in schools and the SEND sector to the recruitment of specialist SEND staff.

We provide SEND-specific staff to State Schools and Independent Schools including:

  • Community Schools
  • Foundation and Voluntary Schools
  • Pre-Prep, Prep and Secondary Independent Schools
  • Faith Schools
  • Academies
  • Free Schools
  • Special Schools
  • Colleges
  • Universities
  • Local Authorities

We find temporary, interim or permanent experts in all areas of SEND work. Whether you are looking for a Play Therapist for a few hours a week, a TA trained to work with students with Autism or an interim Inclusion Manager to fill a gap, we will match you with the right professional for your school. No agency has a wider range of top class professionals.

Get in touch to discuss your Recruitment needs:
020 3668 1529
email: office@asend.co.uk

SPECIALIST STAFF AVAILABLE

JOIN ASEND

Are you looking for the right SEND Education job for your particular skills? If you have a commitment to improving outcomes for children and young people we would love to hear from you.

We find top jobs for all SEND professionals; temporary, interim or permanent.

So get in touch today if you are looking for new work, and are a:

• Dyslexia Specialist
• Educational or Clinical Psychologist
• Emotional and Mental Health therapist
• Learning Mentor
• Mainstream or Special School leader
• Occupational Therapist
• Physiotherapist
• SENCO or Inclusion Manager
• Special School or Resourced Provision teacher
• Speech and Language Therapist
• Teaching Assistant or Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Uniquely

http://healthsavy.com

amongst agencies, ASEND Recruitment is managed by renowned education professionals with extensive experience as teachers and managers in special and mainstream schools. We take time to understand the individual needs and aspirations of each professional and find temporary or permanent jobs to suit them.

We offer Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and regular networking opportunities, as well as mentoring and support.

“The Teacher of the Deaf (Lynne Newell) has been extremely supportive to the staff and has been a real pleasure to work with. She has a wealth of knowledge and has always been very positive in her approach. Her notes after each visit and very detailed and she is always happy to be contacted in between her fortnightly visits.”
SENCO, Solefield School
“Fulfilling an interim role is always going to be challenging, but Carmel did a good job and was always keen to do her best for the school and the pupils and went above and beyond, particularly in her determination to tie up loose ends before leaving. She also did a very good job of using the strengths of the team and maintaining a high level of morale at what could have been a challenging time.”
Head Teacher, Queen Elizabeth’s Girls’ School
“The specialist Dyslexia teacher more than fulfils our brief; she is knowledgeable, efficient and sociable and is a welcome addition to our team.”
SENCO, Alexandra Park School
“BOAT (Brent Outreach Autism Team) have been so impressed with the efficiency, friendliness and commitment from Barbara (ASEND) to find our team the staff we are looking for. I feel she really listens to what you are looking for and adds that personal touch alongside being professional.”
Autism Outreach Coordinator, Brent Council