- Job role
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Part time
Monday to Friday – mornings
- Contract type
Hours – Monday to Friday - mornings
Deadline for application: Monday 29 November 9am
Interviews: Friday 3 December
Isambard Kingdom Brunel Primary School (IKB) is a new school located in Wellington, Somerset that opened in September 2020.
We are looking for an enthusiastic qualified teacher that will join our small team and who will work closely with the Primary Executive Headteacher and EYFS lead and Trust SENDCo to plan and deliver a curriculum for a child joining the school with an EHCP. The role also involves embracing the shared values which are reflected in our teaching and how our children learn.
Our curriculum incorporates carefully selected knowledge and skills which are brought to life in a way that is meaningful and exciting for pupils; promoting a life-long love of learning. It also provides the cultural capital that they need to be successful in learning as well as in their future lives.
The successful candidate will join our outstanding Trust comprising two secondary schools – The Castle School and Court Fields and our two primary’s Wellesley Park and IKB and which offers a range of excellent opportunities to all its staff.
For more information about the role and an application form visit www.ikbschool.co.uk. We recommend that you discuss this role with us and visit our school before you apply so if you would like this opportunity then please email email@example.com with your details and availability and Mr Healey, Headteacher will get back to you personally.
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- School type
- Free School, ages 2 to 11
- Education phase
- School size
- 46 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 2 to 11
About Isambard Kingdom Brunel Primary School
Isambard Kingdom Brunel (IKB) Primary School is the fourth school in the very successful and thriving Castle Partnership Trust, within the areas of Wellington and Taunton, in Somerset. IKB welcomed its first cohort of children into the superb EYFS setting in September 2020. The school serves the community in Longforth Farm and its immediate environs.
IKB is named after Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who has a strong connection with Wellington and was the main architect and engineer of the Great Western Railway and the Clifton Suspension Bridge as well as many revolutionary inventions in the 1800s. It is his pioneering and innovative approach that has inspired the school as well as his connections with Wellington itself as he designed and built many of the buildings in Wellington.