SEN TEACHER (0.8) or SENIOR LEARNING SUPPORT PRACTITIONER (25 hours a week) - Ref: TV39020
2 days left
The Shepwell Short Stay School (medical, mental health)
& Alternative Specialist Provision (autism)
Website: www.shepwellschool.co.uk Twitter: @ShepwellSchool
SEN TEACHER (0.8) or SENIOR LEARNING SUPPORT PRACTITIONER (25 hours a week)
to support students with a diagnosis of autism
TEMPORARY TO COVER MATERNITY LEAVE
Salary (QTS): Main Pay Range
Salary (SLSP): G4 SCP:006-011 actual pro-rata salary 25 hours per week term time only (including 5 training days) £11,092.46 to £12,246.87
Shepwell Short Stay School & Specialist Alternative Provision is looking for an experienced and inspirational special educational needs (SEN) teacher or Senior Learning Support Practitioner (HLTA) to cover maternity leave from June/July 2021. We are specifically looking for candidates with experience of working with students with autism.
The ideal candidate will have
- Experience of working with children with autism
- Aware of the procedure with regards to safeguarding in a school environment
- Able to tailor lessons based on each child's individual needs
- Able to build excellent relationships with students
- You will be responsible for teaching a small class of students with autism or mental health needs
- You will be responsible for student induction
- You will use resources to help each student understand and engage in lessons
- You will plan and deliver lessons tailored to the individual needs of the students
Students at Shepwell School work on a differentiated National Curriculum but the vast majority achieve up to GCSE. Life skills and social communication are key learning skills for our young people. Shepwell School is looking for a keen and talented person who is committed to child centred learning, able to support the school in an exciting and stimulating way, can communicate effectively with children, staff and parents and are able to work as part of a team.
You must have the ability to work within and apply all school policies and have good knowledge of the SEN code of Practice.
You must be willing to work as a member of an enthusiastic and forward thinking team to ensure students of all abilities achieve their very best.
For further details, job description, and application form visit www.shepwellschool.co.uk
Closing date for applications is 12.00pm on Wednesday 3rd March 2021
Interviews will be held during the week commencing 15th March 2021
Due to the high volume of applications we receive if you have not heard from us within 6 working days from the closing date please consider your application unsuccessful on this occasion.
The staff and management committee Shepwell School are committed to protecting and safeguarding all their students to ensure, as far as possible, that they are free from harm. As part of the safeguarding process, the successful candidate must have full enhanced DBS clearance to work in the school and will not be able to take up their appointment until all pre-employment checks have been completed.
A copy of the school’s safeguarding policy/guidelines is available on the school website. There will be questions on this at interview.
Shepwell School welcomes applications from all sections of the community irrespective of race, colour, gender, sexual orientation, age or disability.