- Job role
- Education support
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Full time
32.5 hours - Monday to Friday
- Contract type
- Actual salary (under 5 years’ service) £14,272.16 - £14,848.83
If you can put the needs of our children first and commit to our “Excellence for Everyone” philosophy and approach, please get in touch.
West Oaks School is an over-subscribed SEN school and is expanding onto a third site, and we are recruiting again, and we really want to hear from you.
Do you want to work in a rewarding environment and really add value to our pupils learning experience? Whether you have the experience of working with children or young people with SEN or not; if you have the patience, aptitude, energy and are willing to learn and develop new skills we want you to apply.
We have immediate opportunities at our Boston Spa and Woodhouse Learning sites and at Headingley Learning (from September 2022).
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- School type
- Special school, ages 2 to 19
- Education phase
- School size
- 301 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 2 to 19
About West Oaks School
West Oaks School is an all age 2-19 specialist provision catering for pupils with profound and multiple learning difficulties, severe learning difficulties, communication difficulties and those with a diagnosis of autism. The school operates over two locations. The most established provision is based in Boston Spa, a village on the North East outskirts of Leeds. Our second site is based in the inner city Meanwood area of Leeds and is known as Woodhouse Learning. This site opened in September 2015.
Our sites, Boston Spa Learning and Woodhouse Learning both embrace the same vision for educating children and young people. West Oaks is proud of its inclusive and innovative practice where every child and young person’s needs are met with no compromise. A place where we strive, alongside parents and carers, to achieve the very best outcomes. The learning needs of all our pupils are at the core of our thinking, with a positive culture driving excellence for everyone within our school and college community.
Our learners reflect the wide ethnic and cultural diversity of the city of Leeds.
We design and teach a broad and balanced curriculum, highly differentiated to incorporate the needs, interests and motivations of our pupils. We celebrate individualism at all levels and have a reputation for being ever-responsive to the needs of our pupils. We believe that pupils learn best and enjoy learning when they are actively engaged in practical experiences and are confident in established routines