We are seeking to appoint a highly organised, forward thinking Teaching Assistant to join our SENDteam at the College. The successful candidate will be talented, dynamic and will challenge and motivate our students to get the very best meaningful outcomes.
The ideal candidate will have experience of working with young people with additional needs. Knowledgeand experience of Autism Spectrum Condition, dyslexia and anxiety is particularly advantageous. Being part of a strong and dynamic team, you will possess a passion for supporting young people, an optimistic outlook and a professional commitment to self-development.
Experience in supporting children in KS3 and KS4 with a variety of literacy difficulties both in lessons andwithin a structured intervention would be beneficial. A high standard of literacy, numeracy and ICT skills and strong safeguarding awareness are essential criteria for this post.
The College is a
thriving rural school, with a skilled and enthusiastic staff team. We are
committed to ensuring that our students become well rounded citizens of the
world, equipped with the knowledge, skills and qualifications they need for
whatever they choose to do next in life.
Our intake is truly
comprehensive, drawing from a large geographic area that includes both rural
and urban environments. We cherish the diversity that this intake brings and
are extremely proud of our College.
Visited by Ofsted in
September 2022, the College maintained its ‘Good’ status, with the official
report stating that “Pupils enjoy their lessons and value the nurturing and
friendly atmosphere which pervades the College. The school’s motto ‘success
through partnership’ is exemplified through the strong relationships evident
between teachers and pupils.”
Please note that we are unable to offer sponsorship for this post.
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