Ivy House School is a special school for pupils aged 2-19. We offer a
happy and supportive environment, where pupils are given the best opportunities
through an individualised curriculum and pathway.
At Ivy House School we believe that it is imperative
that everyone within our community is:
“working together to inspire, nurture and empower”
This vision captures the importance of the
multidisciplinary approach from all stakeholders including families, education,
social care and health professionals to ensure that we create an offer for our
learners’ that is aspirational (Inspire), offers holistic and personal
development, removing barriers to learning (Nurture) and enables
students to be as independent as possible so that they are well prepared for
life after school, into adulthood and ensuring that no dream is out of reach (Empower).
Our pupils like to come to school. They are
justifiably proud of what they achieve and enjoy celebrating not only their own
successes but also those of their friends and other peers from across the
We have a highly motivated, professional and
well-trained team of staff who work collaboratively with parents, carers and
other professionals to ensure that all aspects of our offer meet the needs of
each of our pupils.
We are seeking to appoint a teacher to join our
magnificent team of staff. We welcome applications from ECTs as well as more
experienced SEND teachers. You will hold QTS and have excellent planning and
organisational skills. This role requires supporting children who have profound
and multiple learning difficulties and will require you to deliver an
individualised and engaging curriculum with a creative and caring approach. As
such, there will be a requirement to carry out manual handing activities,
assisting personal care routines and supporting complex behaviour.
The Shaw Education Trust offer the following benefits
with your Teaching or Support Staff employment:
excellent Local Government Pension Scheme (Support Staff) / Teachers Pension
to health and wellbeing support via Occupational Health
to work scheme
to our Institute of Education and fantastic opportunities to help you grow, contribute
and flourish in your role
and in the Trust.
Colleagues within the Trust
to a full range of courses both in-house and professionally accredited. These
courses include all of the National Professional Qualifications – NPQH, NPQSL,
quality subject and thematic networks across the Trust and the region.
leadership and subject-specific support.
from former HMIs and serving Ofsted Inspectors within the Trust.
to the Trust’s Teaching School, Research School, Institute of Education and
to work with different schools within the Trust as a Professional Advocate.
in peer reviews.
to a suite of online courses.
projects within our family of schools.
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