- Job role
- Teaching assistant
SEND responsibilities (special educational needs and disabilities)
- Working pattern
- Full time
37 hours per week with a 30 minute unpaid lunchbreak, term time only plus 10 additional days per year (40 weeks per year).
- Contract type
- Fixed term (Until 22 July 2021)
- FTE £18,198-£19,312 Actual salary £15,633 - £16,590 per annum
• Are you devoted to making a difference to lives of students with ASC?
• Are you innovative in your approach to learning and delivery?
• Do you like to work in a unique and versatile environment?
This is an exciting position to work across the whole school community to deliver an outstanding experience for the students and all involved with the school.
If you have answered yes to the questions above and want to know more about our School and the role, please visit our website http://www.lighthouseschool.co.uk/ for further details and a full application pack.
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- School type
- Free School, ages 11 to 19
- Education phase
- School size
- 83 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 19
About Lighthouse School Leeds
Lighthouse School in Leeds is a completely unique secondary school. In fact, we are the first of our kind in the country – a specialist free school. We focus on a ‘destination-led’ approach for our students who all have a diagnosis of autism (ASC).
Our journey so far has been amazing and we are immensely proud of what our students have achieved. We are a ‘Good’ school with aspirations to be ‘Outstanding’ in the near future.
Lighthouse School is dedicated to maintaining its fantastic reputation of providing an individualised education. We provide a flexible learning environment which reflects the bespoke needs of each and every one of our students.
We are committed to inspiring and enabling our students, delivering meaningful skills for life in a holistic, nurturing, and stimulating learning environment. This is achieved through exceptional teaching, unwavering support, outstanding work experience, positive interactions, and role models. We repeatedly instil good behaviours in order to encourage resilience, independence, confidence, and wellbeing in all of our students.
By holding the highest of ambitions for our students (even if they cannot see it for themselves), we shine a light on their potential to lead the brightest of futures.