£19,464 - £24,875.91 depending on experience
Primary/Secondary Teaching Assistants
Contract Term: Permanent
Salary: £19,464 - £24,875.91 depending on experience
Hours: Term Time
Expires: 10th May 2021 11:59 PM
Start Date: To be confirmed
Be awesome. Be you. Teach SEND.
We believe that through our learning, work and play we can nurture, challenge and inspire each other to achieve our full potential. As a new and expanding purpose built SEND school we have fantastic opportunities for people to use their knowledge to teach, their passion to change lives and their enthusiasm to inspire.
What You'll Be Doing:
You’ll be making a difference! As part of our an inspirational teaching team you’ll help to nurture and support the teaching of a small group of pupils who have a diagnosis of Autism or Complex Needs. You will change their lives.
You’ll be developing your career! You might be an experienced Teaching Assistant looking to make the leap from the Mainstream into the Realstream. You might be looking for a supportive school to back you in your desire to undertake Teacher Training. You might be someone who has never considered being a Teaching Assistant before. We currently have vacancies various different grades which could give you the opportunity you’ve been seeking. Our extensive CPD programme and supportive leadership team will take you to the next level and help you develop your career into what you want it to be. We want you to be happy and to be the best version of yourself that you can be – we will help you to reach your goal.
You’ll relish your time at work and have the work-life balance to enjoy your time at home! We take our staff well-being seriously. Our staff team is welcoming and professional and we believe that you will find the school a great environment to work in.
• You’ll be awesome
• You’ll want to have purpose in your work life and want to make a difference in the world
• You will have a passion for supporting pupils with additional educational needs and be motivated by the challenges that holds
• You will have patience and persistence in supporting our pupils to develop their independence
• You will have good literacy and numeracy skills
• You will be able to work collaboratively to secure the best outcomes for all pupils
It’s not just a job, it’s a career – the benefits we offer you:
• Extensive CPD training which provides a range of tailored and bespoke CPD opportunities to all
• A well-resourced and enjoyable working environment
• Competitive salaries and pay progression – as a growing school there will be a number of opportunities over the next few years for staff that wish to progress
• A supportive leadership team who are engaged in your professional development and success
• Employee Assistance Programme (Counselling, information and support)
• Well-being and medical support
• Generous LBH Pension Scheme (employer contribution 21.54%)
• Excellent transport links with Hatton Cross Station and Feltham Station close by
You can find much more about us on our website.
All the forms you need to make your application are available on our website vacancies page.
Closing Date: Monday 10th May 2021 at 12pm
Shortlisting to take place week commencing 10th May 2021. Interviews will take place on Thursday 13th and Friday 14th May.
Details will be communicated directly with shortlisted candidates.
Marjory Kinnon School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an enhanced disclosure via the Disclosure & Barring Service.More on how to apply
266 pupils enrolled
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About Marjory Kinnon School
Marjory Kinnon School is a successful and growing special school for children young people with moderate complex learning difficulties, high proportion of whom have diagnosis Autism. Ofsted judged the as ‘Good’ behaviour being ‘Outstanding’. We facilitate in professional caring environment where chance to develop their self-esteem, core values independence, learn make maximum progress. do everything we can ensure that our safe they learn. While working at you will work pupils who autism and/ or MLD. You provide support through curriculum meets each pupil’s specific needs order reach full educational potential. A key aspect identifying individual responsible creating safe, stimulating supportive environment. prepare lessons resources, teach either individuals small groups within, outside, class, mark assess work, adapt conventional teaching methods meet pupils. also liaise other professionals, such social workers, speech language therapists, physiotherapists psychologists well closely parents carers achieve best outcomes all extensive ongoing training staff links your continued development.