- To provide learning support for the
student in class, taking notes and helping students to adapt to the greater
variety of experience in a secondary school setting.
- To develop knowledge of the particular
needs of the students and seek advice from SENCO, team leaders, subject
teacher and outside agencies as required.
- To aid access to the full range of
learning experiences both inside and outside the classroom and provide
modified materials as required e.g. worksheets, games, visual prompt cards
- To make or modify resources as
suggested and advised.
- Motivate and encourage students to
participate in all class activities. Provide positive reinforcements, praise
- To attend in service training and
relevant meetings relevant to the post in order to keep up to date with
developments in working with children with special educational needs.
- Provide support and facilitate
interaction with peers in the classroom and around school.
Supporting the Class
Teacher and SENCO:
- To work as
part of the team to ensure that the well-being and personal development of
the pupil enhances their learning opportunities and life skills.
- To attend
planning meetings to develop learning programmes and to assist in the
delivery of the individual learning programmes to promote learning, behaviour
and communication skills.
- To provide
regular feedback to the SENCO and relevant outside agencies about the student’s
difficulties and progress.
contribute to the student’s annual review by writing a brief report and
attending the meeting.
Supporting the School:
participate in relevant professional development as deemed appropriate for
the needs of the students.
understand and apply the school policies on learning and behaviour, and the
statutory guidelines relating to disability discrimination and special
- To maintain
confidentiality and sensitivity to the pupil’s needs but have regard to the
safeguarding procedures of the school and Buckinghamshire County Council
High is a great place to work. Not only do we offer all the things you would
expect, like excellent opportunities for career development, a great support
network, a team of people dedicated to staff well-being and numerous staff
training opportunities, we also offer those little extras that make life that
much more enjoyable.
Buddies – you pick your buddy at the
beginning of the school year and buy them two gifts/pick-me-ups from a list of
preferences and interests per term for. In return another member does the same
end of year socials
at Break/ Birthday Club
Eggs/ Christmas Stars – staff nominated rewards for
those colleagues who have gone above and beyond.
approved non-inset Academy
Days - non-working days in addition to
•Attend your child’s primary
school sports day.
High Ramblers - weekend walks ending with a pub
to exciting places - we offer a number of very
exciting student trips both national and international, which staff are
encouraged to join.
Beaconsfield High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. We are committed to recruiting candidates who share this commitment to safeguarding, and therefore we apply robust recruitment and selection procedures to ensure that the people selected are right for the job, and that all candidates are appropriately screened prior to appointment.
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