Our Dedicated SEN Team at the TES SEN Show 2015


Did You Know Prospero Teaching Is Full of Teachers and Support Staff Who’ve Worked in SEN?


And that’s just one of the reasons that here at Prospero Teaching we’re passionate about continuing to develop our already extensive knowledge of the SEN sector and why we’ve just expanded our SEN team. We were therefore delighted to participate in the TES SEN Show at the weekend at the Business Design Centre in Angel, north London, which featured hundreds of organisations all dedicated and passionate about quality SEN provision.


Prepped, Ready and Ideas

The Calm Before The Storm


We were very impressed with the sheer range of visitors to the show – we spoke with Head Teachers, support staff and trainees, had detailed conversations about our own experiences in the classroom, and new ways of working with students with Special Educational Needs. We also gave advice to trainees on finding their first role in teaching for September 2016, and discussed our SEN vacancies with those currently looking for work.


Our sensory box was a big hit and definitely a conversation starter – we really wanted to encourage visitors to our stall to open up and share their own methods, SEN top tips and even get some new ideas!

Whats In The Sensory Box?

Trying Out The Sensory Box


This academic year is going to be a big one for Prospero Teaching, with the growth of the SEN Team and our increasing number of SEN Teaching and Support vacancies, so it was fantastic to kick off the term at such an exciting and specialist event. With the huge range of experience within our dedicated team, we have a real understanding born out of experience of the care, skills and attributes required to work in this challenging yet exceedingly rewarding sector. Additionally, our SEN Manager, attended Team-Teach training to gain a better understanding of specific aspects of SEN provision, and is passionate about continuing to grow her SEN knowledge. She said

“I personally feel that you have to immerse yourself in the role that you are recruiting for. I am wholly committed to finding staff with extensive SEN experience to work within our specialist settings, so that the students they are working with get the best possible care.”


Interested in seeing more about Prospero at the TES SEN show? Then visit our other blog about our participation at the fair.


Did you know we have a whole series of SEN blogs you could read? The SEN Team at Prospero Teaching is currently working on a plethora of exciting vacancies, within both mainstream and specialist settings which you can find by browsing our jobs page.

We’re adding new SEN vacancies all the time so if you initially can’t find what you’re looking for, then please do call us in the office on 020 7404 6383 and ask for a member of the SEN Team.


Alternatively, you could email us at sen@prosperoteaching.com or pre-register with us at teaching@prosperoteaching.com to express your interest in our SEN teaching jobs.


Have you worked in SEN and if so is there anything you’d like to tell us about your experience?  What would you say to teachers and support staff considering entering the SEN sector?  Do you have any top tips for SEN teaching you’d like to share with us and the rest of the Prospero Community?