A role a bit different from the norm - full time homeschooling two autistic 7 year olds (alongside mum) 
Days: 4 or 5 days | Hours: 40 per week | Ages: twins of 7 | Salary: £15-18 per hour 
This is a great role thats different from the norm!  
Twin boys of 7, both of whom autistic, are beginning a homeschooling journey and mum is seeking someone to join her to help 
They are really flexible on the hours - they'd like 40 per week, can be over 4 or 5 days so 4 days 8-6 or 5 days 9-5 - whatever suits you 
During the school holidays, they would like 20 hours a week - this can be 2 full days to give you more days off 
They offer £15-18gph which with 40 hours term time and 20 hours in hols works out as £27-£32.5k per annum. For someone with lots of SEN experience they may go up to £20ph 
One boy is diagnosed autistic, ADHD and is highly intelligent. The other is going through the diagnosis. They are both self directed, independent and fun but do require someone patient, understanding and loving! 
They have been in school until now but will be coming out end of the year. Mum wants a laid back approach to home learning - choosing topics and subjects that interest them (alongside the 'musts' of English/maths etc) - she wants someone happy to work as a team eg museum trips, but also taking 1 child each to give them attention. Also times you'd take both children and mum have a break!  
This is a long term role and they are flexible on the start date, any time from July onwards (can wait)  
Ofsted registration not required 
You do not need any particular SEN experience, or teaching experience - mum is happy to learn together as you go. She's honestly great and will be really easy to work with!  
A driver is needed, can offer a duty car or use yours 
No pets 
Nanny duties with a muck in attitude - working as a team with mum but nothing outside of general stuff eg dishwasher 
Cooking family meals where possible is helpful! 
This role will not suit a NWOC 
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