Hazel Oak School, Solihull, West Midlands, B90 2AZ
This job expired on 5 October 2021
Expected start date
1 January 2022
5 October 2021 at 9:00am
17 September 2021
Teacher SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
Are you ready for a new challenge?
Are you passionate about supporting pupils who have Special Educational Needs?
Can you bring innovation to special education?
Do you thrive on bringing the curriculum to life with real experiences?
Would you like to work where growth and opportunity are valued and supported?
We are seeking to appoint a full-time teacher at this popular and successful, all-age special school. This is a great opportunity to join this dynamic team of practitioners to deliver excellent teaching and learning in an environment where you can continue to grow professionally.
You will be required to deliver the full curriculum and adapt your teaching to suit the needs of our broad range of learners. The post is within our primary department with mixed age students. Over 50% learners at Hazel Oak have a diagnosis of Autism, so a working knowledge of how this impacts on teaching and learning would be a valuable asset.
The successful applicant will also have opportunities to develop their pedagogy through collaborative team working to create inspiring learning through bespoke experiences for all learners. The primary teaching model works across key stages 1 to 3 and the same collaborative approach is applied to accreditation teaching and learning in key stages 4 and 5. Whilst staff are based with a class group, they may be required to work across the age ranges.
SEN £2327 per annum
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Hazel Oak is a school for young people aged 4 to 19 with moderate learning difficulties and a diverse community of additional needs which also includes ADHD, Down Syndrome, social, emotional and mental health, speech, language and communication difficulties, plus more complex and medical needs. Communication, wellbeing, life skills and the functional use of core skills are central to our curriculum, which is delivered in a challenged based, blended approach.
We are an outstanding School, where staff are fully involved in the school’s development and have access to regular training, peer and wellbeing support. Teachers receive group planning time to support the delivery of our exciting, life-ready curriculum.
Our vision: Having fun, discovering our place in the world, building relationships and overcoming challenges. Learning about life beyond the classroom to shape a successful future.
Arranging a visit to Hazel Oak School
Email the school office at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0121 744 4162.