- Job role
- Teaching assistant
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Will consider full-time, part-time, term time
Full time week is 36 hours, 8.15am - 3.45pm (with additional hour after school on Tuesdays).
Part-time positions are for 2 / 3 days per week.
- Contract type
- Annual or full-time equivalent (FTE) salary
- Bucks Pay range 1-2
- Actual salary
- £8.41 - £11.11 per hour
We have opportunities for full and part-time Teaching Assistants to join our dedicated class teams. You will be well supported by experienced and welcoming staff within a well-run, hard-working school which holds as its core value the wellbeing of its pupils, parents and staff.
Downley site vacancies are based in Woodland Department, catering for pupils who have Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties or Severe Learning Difficulties with additional physical and sensory needs.
Cressex site vacancies are based across all departments, working with children with severe learning difficulties and complex ASD.
We pride ourselves on building positive relationships with our pupils, their families and supporting professionals to enable communication, physical, social and emotional development for each individual.
If you are interested in learning how to contribute purposefully to the educational and social development of children and young people and you feel you have the qualities to successfully attend to their welfare and emotional needs, please view our website to take a virtual tour of the departments or contact the school office for further details.
Previous experience is not essential as full training will be provided.
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- School type
- Special school, ages 3 to 19
- Education phase
- School size
- 208 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 3 to 19
About Chiltern Wood School
We are a special school for just over 200 children and young adults, aged 3 to 19, with a broad
diversity of complex needs, including complex autism spectrum disorder (ASD), profound and
multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe (SLD), and moderate learning difficulties (MLD). We support children with a range of needs including emotional behaviour, communication, medical, physical, sensory, and social needs.
We have extensive facilities on site to support this development and provide learning opportunities through a variety of experiences, lessons and routines.