Are you looking for a fulfilling,
worthwhile and secure job? Would you like to have a job that makes a real
difference? Come and join the team at the SAND Academy Trust, a Trust in
Gloucestershire offering exceptional education in our five schools.
The Piper Centre is a Specialist Resource Centre catering for
30 pupils in total. Our aim is to make every one of our pupils feel valued and
successful, to achieve and understand themselves as individuals. The children
are at the heart of everything we do, developing academically and socially in
our friendly environment which offers safety and security whilst nurturing
confidence and independence.
We are excited to offer an opportunity for
an SEN Teacher to join our friendly team.
You will be responsible for teaching children with special educational
needs, undertaking related pastoral and administrative duties, and
understanding and incorporating all areas of pupils Education, Health and Care
Plans (EHCP) in day-to-day provision.
It is essential that the successful
applicants are either QTS/NQT qualified and have proven experience working with
children with special needs. Please see the job description for full details of
the main duties and responsibilities.
The Schools and the Trust
We are passionate that every child
deserves the very best education. As a partnership we will: · improve outcomes,
opportunities and life chances for children and young people, offer more /
wider support for their families and share and develop staff expertise.
By joining our team we can offer you,
generous annual leave allowance, generous pension scheme (LGPS), Employee
Assistance Program & Counselling, Occupational Health Service, Continuing
Professional Development and Staff Get Staff Referral Scheme.
As a Disability Confident Committed employer, we welcome
applications from all sections of the community. If you are unable to complete
an online application, please contact the applications team on 01452 923800 to
request an alternative format.
SAND Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding and
promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and
volunteers to share the same commitment. All staff will require pre-employment
checks which include an enhanced DBS, satisfactory Health clearance and
evidence of Right to Work in the UK. Applicants who have lived or worked
overseas within the last 10 years must provide an equivalent DBS certificate or
Police clearance from the country that they resided or worked in. Prohibition checks
will also be completed if necessary. Applicants should read the Information
Pack, Safeguarding Information and Privacy Notice prior to submitting an
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