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  • Job start date

    1 September 2024

  • Closing date

    19 May 2024 at 11:59pm

  • Date listed

    7 May 2024

Job details

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Key stage

Key stage 3

Working pattern

Full time

Contract type

Permanent

Pay scale

M1 -M6 / Upper

Additional allowances

SEN 1

What skills and experience we're looking for

SEND Teacher - SEND School

Full time.

MPS + SEN1 Allowance

Are you a passionate and committed advocate for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)?

We are seeking a SEND Class Teacher, with Qualified Teacher status, to join our dedicated team at our Special school in Loughton, Essex, which was deemed a Good School according to Ofsted in November 2022. You will be responsible for the education and welfare of a designated class of pupils with significant and complex needs.

We are dedicated to providing a nurturing and aspirational environment for children and young people aged 3-19 with severe learning needs.

Experience is preferred but not essential!

We are committed to providing the support and resources necessary to help you thrive in your role.

Key Responsibilities - SEND Teacher

  • Support children with SLD and complex needs, providing individualised attention and care.
  • Deliver a bespoke curriculum tailored to the specific needs of our students through our Learning Pathway approach.
  • Collaborate with a team of skilled teaching assistants, to ensure each child receives the support they require.
  • Assist students with personal care needs, showing a willingness to provide necessary support.
  • Foster a positive and inclusive classroom atmosphere, encouraging the social and emotional development of each child.

You would be joining a team of creative, dedicated and enthusiastic teachers and support staff who make each day as fun as possible for our pupils to support engagement. If you like thinking out of the box to remove barriers to learning, then we are the school for you!

We are a friendly, supportive and highly skilled staff team and work with unique and engaging pupils. Our Team works closely with parents and professionals from a number of other fields. We are a Trauma Perspective Practice (TPP) school, with our values and ethos deeply embedded in understanding our pupils at the deepest root and responding to them using bespoke strategies to enable them to flourish and make progress whilst in our care.

The closing date for this vacancy is Sunday 19th May 2024 at Midnight

Interview date Wednesday 22nd May 2024 (all day)

Visits to the school are strongly encouraged.

Please call Denise Cross 0208 508 4293 Ex 2 to book an appointment.

Our school sits within the Epping Forest School Partnership Trust. Oak View School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Certificate is required for this post prior to commencement.

Information about the School Oak View is a specialist setting catering for pupils aged 3-19 who have severe and complex Learning Needs (SLD/PMLD). Oak View offers a bespoke curriculum that focuses on a pupil's immediate learning needs and long-term aspirations and creatively explores ways to remove barriers to engagement and learning. We have a significant focus on the development of functional communication and Emotional Regulation (readiness to learn), including the importance of meeting Sensory Integration needs. We use a wide range of evidence-based strategies to meet the needs of our pupils. We also work collaboratively with a range of therapists to support a holistic approach to our pupil's development.

We are incredibly proud of our hard-working, highly trained specialist team of staff who work in partnership with all agencies and stakeholders to strive towards the best possible outcomes for all our learners.

We are part of The Epping Forest Schools Partnership Trust, a Multi-Academy Trust of fifteen Primary and one Special School all based in the Epping Forest District. Along with our SCITT (School-Centred Initial Teacher Training), School Improvement Team, Well-being Service and Resourced Provisions based in three of our schools, we are a leading educational organisation in Epping Forest.

EFSPT was formed in 2018 from a consortium of schools that had worked together for over 20 years and are committed to collaborative working to ensure the best possible outcomes for our children and school communities. The schools maintain their identities but work in a highly collaborative manner supported by a small but very experienced Central Team.

Our Mission is to provide an exceptional education that is inclusive and challenging for all and which provides wider opportunities for the children within the EFSPT to flourish.

EFSPT is committed to Trauma Perceptive Practice; the Essex approach to understanding behaviour and supporting emotional well-being. Being trauma-perceptive means that through our values, policies and practice, we are able to effectively support the children, families and communities in our Trust, creating spaces of belonging and safety that enable everyone to flourish, become resilient and learn.

We are an Equal Opportunities employer and we are committed to safeguarding our schools' communities. The appointment will therefore be subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS checks.

West Essex SCITT is an outstanding provider of Initial Teacher Training. We currently have student finance or self funded postgraduate trainee teacher vacancies available to start in September 2024 across all of our 16 primary schools.

Please visit the below website for further information;;

https://www.westessexscitt.co.uk/

What the school offers its staff

SEND Teacher - SEND School

Full time.

MPS + SEN1 Allowance

Are you a passionate and committed advocate for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)?

We are seeking a SEND Class Teacher, with Qualified Teacher status, to join our dedicated team at our Special school in Loughton, Essex, which was deemed a Good School according to Ofsted in November 2022. You will be responsible for the education and welfare of a designated class of pupils with significant and complex needs.

We are dedicated to providing a nurturing and aspirational environment for children and young people aged 3-19 with severe learning needs.

Experience is preferred but not essential!

We are committed to providing the support and resources necessary to help you thrive in your role.

Key Responsibilities - SEND Teacher

  • Support children with SLD and complex needs, providing individualised attention and care.
  • Deliver a bespoke curriculum tailored to the specific needs of our students through our Learning Pathway approach.
  • Collaborate with a team of skilled teaching assistants, to ensure each child receives the support they require.
  • Assist students with personal care needs, showing a willingness to provide necessary support.
  • Foster a positive and inclusive classroom atmosphere, encouraging the social and emotional development of each child.

You would be joining a team of creative, dedicated and enthusiastic teachers and support staff who make each day as fun as possible for our pupils to support engagement. If you like thinking out of the box to remove barriers to learning, then we are the school for you!

We are a friendly, supportive and highly skilled staff team and work with unique and engaging pupils. Our Team works closely with parents and professionals from a number of other fields. We are a Trauma Perspective Practice (TPP) school, with our values and ethos deeply embedded in understanding our pupils at the deepest root and responding to them using bespoke strategies to enable them to flourish and make progress whilst in our care.

The closing date for this vacancy is Sunday 19th May 2024 at Midnight

Interview date Wednesday 22nd May 2024 (all day)

Visits to the school are strongly encouraged.

Please call Denise Cross 0208 508 4293 Ex 2 to book an appointment.

Our school sits within the Epping Forest School Partnership Trust. Oak View School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and we expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. An enhanced Criminal Records Bureau Certificate is required for this post prior to commencement.

Information about the School Oak View is a specialist setting catering for pupils aged 3-19 who have severe and complex Learning Needs (SLD/PMLD). Oak View offers a bespoke curriculum that focuses on a pupil's immediate learning needs and long-term aspirations and creatively explores ways to remove barriers to engagement and learning. We have a significant focus on the development of functional communication and Emotional Regulation (readiness to learn), including the importance of meeting Sensory Integration needs. We use a wide range of evidence-based strategies to meet the needs of our pupils. We also work collaboratively with a range of therapists to support a holistic approach to our pupil's development.

We are incredibly proud of our hard-working, highly trained specialist team of staff who work in partnership with all agencies and stakeholders to strive towards the best possible outcomes for all our learners.

We are part of The Epping Forest Schools Partnership Trust, a Multi-Academy Trust of fifteen Primary and one Special School all based in the Epping Forest District. Along with our SCITT (School-Centred Initial Teacher Training), School Improvement Team, Well-being Service and Resourced Provisions based in three of our schools, we are a leading educational organisation in Epping Forest.

EFSPT was formed in 2018 from a consortium of schools that had worked together for over 20 years and are committed to collaborative working to ensure the best possible outcomes for our children and school communities. The schools maintain their identities but work in a highly collaborative manner supported by a small but very experienced Central Team.

Our Mission is to provide an exceptional education that is inclusive and challenging for all and which provides wider opportunities for the children within the EFSPT to flourish.

EFSPT is committed to Trauma Perceptive Practice; the Essex approach to understanding behaviour and supporting emotional well-being. Being trauma-perceptive means that through our values, policies and practice, we are able to effectively support the children, families and communities in our Trust, creating spaces of belonging and safety that enable everyone to flourish, become resilient and learn.

We are an Equal Opportunities employer and we are committed to safeguarding our schools' communities. The appointment will therefore be subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS checks.

West Essex SCITT is an outstanding provider of Initial Teacher Training. We currently have student finance or self funded postgraduate trainee teacher vacancies available to start in September 2024 across all of our 16 primary schools.

Please visit the below website for further information;;

https://www.westessexscitt.co.uk/

Commitment to safeguarding

Our organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults. We expect all staff, volunteers and trustees to share this commitment.

Our recruitment process follows the keeping children safe in education guidance.

Offers of employment may be subject to the following checks (where relevant):
childcare disqualification
Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
medical
online and social media
prohibition from teaching
right to work
satisfactory references
suitability to work with children

You must tell us about any unspent conviction, cautions, reprimands or warnings under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975.

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About Oak View School

School type
Academy, ages 3 to 19
School size
134 pupils enrolled
Age range
3 to 19
Phone number
0208 508 4293

Arranging a visit to Oak View School

To arrange a visit and increase the chance of a successful application email officemanager@oakview.efspt.org.

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