The teacher will:
1. Fulfil the professional responsibilities of a teacher, as set out in the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions
2. Meet the expectations set out in the Teachers’ Standards
3. Deliver a broad, motivating and enriching curriculum differentiated through bespoke lessons in a highly
personalised way to connect and fully engage with every learner.
4. Develop the individual's skills and abilities whilst fostering caring and positive attitudes.
5. Raise standards of achievement across the school for all pupils so that they achieve to the best of their
ability in their academic, social, creative, personal, physical and moral development.
6. Work as a part of a team to provide pupils with:
● An individualised personal curriculum
● Opportunities to learn in the way best suited to their learning needs and styles
● Maximum access to a range of methods of communication
● A reduced dependence on adults
● An enriched and motivating curriculum
● Opportunities to be involved in real life experience beyond the classroom
Capella House is a forward-thinking, unique and innovative special school with a very exciting future ahead. The school provides for pupils aged 4 to 16 with Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) as their primary need. Other additional needs which may include ASD, ADHD, Sensory issues or Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. Classes have up to 7 pupils and will are supported by HLTAs, TAs and Therapists. The school opened its Secondary Centre in September 2019 in purpose built accommodation co-located with Clarendon School and Richmond upon Thames School.
Our Primary Centre opened in September 2021 co-located with St Mary's primary school in Twickenham. The Auriga Academy Trust was created in 2016 by our partner special schools Clarendon and Strathmore, in order to extend local SEND provision. We are looking for an enthusiastic, creative and committed teacher, ideally with experience of teaching science, but as a small special school all of our teachers teach 2 or 3 subjects.
Capella House is an inclusive school, so candidates must have excellent communication skills, be fast learners and the ability to work as part of a highly skilled multidisciplinary team. Posts would suit candidates who have a range of experience in either mainstream (with a demonstrable interest in SEN) or special education.
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