World Autism Awareness Week: Some Pink & Purple Fun

As seriously as we took the National Autistic Society’s World Autism Awareness Week campaign, we made sure there was time for a bit of fun too…

Teaching students with autism can be hugely rewarding

Belgian Teachers find work in London

SEN Teaching Jobs

SEN Teaching jobs are creative and nurturing

Belgian Teachers find work in London

Teaching pupils on the ASD can be hugely rewarding


Teaching Assistant SEN Jobs

SEN Teaching Jobs

SEN Teaching Jobs

Would you like to work 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 created a series of blogs about working with pupils on the ASD as well as a free teaching resource.


Did you do anything during World Autism Awareness Week? do let us know what you got up to……….