||Teacher, Suitable for NQTs
Due to staff progression we are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and creative practitioner, to join our fantastic team, employed across the Federation. As multi-disciplinary practitioners, we hold high expectations and a community wide commitment to supporting the development of our young people, with a wide range of learning difficulties, ranging from moderate to severe/profound and complex, Including SEMH and ASD.
Within the role you will work as part of the team in meeting students at their point of need. You will continue to have a teaching commitment and responsibility for a class group, as well as lead aspects of the core curriculum, including a focus on English across the federation. Experience of working within a restorative, solution focused culture and utilising strategies in supporting students with profound and complex needs is an advantage.
This is a great opportunity to further your career within an environment based on a coaching culture and a commitment to staff personal and professional learning and development.
SEN point of £2209 per annum
TLR2b is £5031 per annum
Applying for the job
Please visit our website www.lwf.lincs.sch.uk to download an application form and send to HR@lwf.lincs.sch.uk for the attention of Emily Smith.
About The Horncastle St Lawrence School
Welcome to St Lawrence School in Horncastle.
At St Lawrence we meet our students at their point of need creating a flexible and personalised curriculum based around 3 distinct pathways ensuring regular opportunities for social interaction opportunities with their peer group.
The school positively supports students aged 5 to 16 with a wide range of additional needs. All of our children and young people have an Education Health Care Plan in place.
We focus on positive relationships between all students and staff to support successful learning.
We use a restorative approach to empower the students as much as possible to understand, regulate with support and ultimately to self-regulate their behaviour in a positive way.
We use a variety of different interventions to support our students in all areas of need.
We have whole school communication approach with adults modelling Makaton signing, verbal communication, use of symbols, written and pictorial communication as well as alternative means such as PECS, PODD and iPad.
All students are supported to access visual timetables and schedules as needed to support them to understand expectations and to reduce anxiety.
Throughout the school we support growing independence in our young people working towards our aspirations for them as they move towards adulthood. This includes opportunities to take part in travel training, work experience and life skills.
Arranging a visit to The Horncastle St Lawrence School
Please call 01507 522563 and ask for Fiona Dall (Head of School) to arrange a visit.
Bowl Alley Lane, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, LN9 5EJ