World Autism Awareness Week: See What Our Friends at Kestrel House School Did To Celebrate

SEN Teaching Roles

Acorn Care and Education’s Kestrel House School is a special school in Crouch End, North London for pupils between the ages of 4 and 16, who have autism as well as complex needs and additional learning difficulties.

Staff and students had great fun playing their part in The National Autistic Society’s World Autism Awareness Week and with these pictures you can see just one of the many things they did…

SEN Teaching Jobs

Head Roz Norton Leads the Way for the Balloon Release


And Where the Head Goes Students, Parents and Staff Follow

Teaching in SEN

SEN jobs are hugely rewarding

Up, Up and Away…….

Have you ever considered working with students with ASD? Did you know you don’t need any specific qualifications? What you need is to be super creative and flexible in the classroom. But having Stage 1 TEAM TEACH can help make you more attractive to employers. So Prospero Teaching is offering the opportunity to win one of 12 free places to teachers or support staff who register with us for SEND work by 30 April ’16 quoting WAAWPT in the text box at the bottom of the webpage.

Did you know Prospero Teaching has a specialist SEND team and that some of our staff have taught and supported students with autism?  Do you know that we have jobs in mainstream and SEND settings teaching students on the ASD all over England and Wales?

And during WAAW we’ve created a series of blogs about working with pupils with the ASD as well as a free teaching resource.


Did you do anything to mark WAAW and raise awareness and understanding of autism? If so, we’d love to know what you did….