Teacher, SEN specialist
Identify and adopt the most effective teaching approaches for pupils with SEN and share approach with colleagues.
Monitor teaching and learning activities to meet the needs of pupils with SEN.
Identify and teach study skills that will develop pupils’ ability to work independently.
Liaise with other local schools to ensure continuity of support and learning when transferring pupils with SEN.
There are a range of additional teaching and learning awards on offer for the right candidate.
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1165 pupils enrolled
11 to 18
About The Brakenhale School
This is an incredibly exciting time for Brakenhale School as we moved into our new building in January 2020. We have worked hard to create a dynamic learning environment under the direction of the Headteacher, Jane Coley. Brakenhale School is a rapidly growing, high performing 11-19 secondary school with a strong commitment to high standards for students and staff. We are a friendly school, with a firm commitment to providing professional development opportunities for our staff and a passionate belief that every student in our school matters.
Brakenhale School is an Academy which is part of the successful Greenshaw Learning Trust, and this move has only continued to support the rapid progression of the school.
We have recently been judged as Good by Ofsted (January 2019) with 3 Outstanding categories; Leadership and Management, Personal Safety and Behaviour and our Post 16 Provision. We are incredibly proud to be the local secondary school of choice for the fourth year running with over 500 preferences for 210 places for September 2019. In addition, our recent GCSE and A Level results have again been outstanding demonstrating how much further we have travelled. Our focus is to move us to Outstanding in all categories.
Arranging a visit to The Brakenhale School
Please contact the school on 01344 423041 to arrange a tour of our school.