Salary: £32,999 - £38,174 (M4-M6 - London Fringe)
Hours: 40 hours per week - Term Time Only
LT Support are working with a new bespoke school for 11-16 year olds with Special Educational Needs, having taken the best elements of a mainstream school and the best elements of a special school to create an environment where young people can achieve their own goals and thrive - be that with GSCEs or a vocational route.
Be part of something new, we are looking for a team of people interested in the rewarding task of shaping this exciting new provision right from the very start.
We will be looking for you to start work based at our sister School in Horley in September, and then move across to the new site in Effingham when it opens in January 2022.
The main purpose of the role:
To deliver high quality teaching and learning across multiple subjects to children and young people with communication difficulties and associated difficulties typically related to Asperger's Syndrome, Higher Functioning Autism and other conditions. Some pupils may have multiple learning difficulties.
* Be responsible for the high quality of teaching and learning of all pupils who are assigned to the post holder, having responsibility for their progress, welfare and outcomes
* To have an up to date knowledge and understanding of the professional duties of teachers and the statutory framework within which teachers work.
* To take responsibility for implementing school policies and practice, including those relating to safeguarding and equality of opportunity.
* To contribute to the delivery and development of the curriculum, having regard to the educational, physical and social needs of the students within a learning environment.
* To maintain knowledge through training and research where appropriate and take responsibility for own professional development.
* To establish effective working relationships and set a good example through presentation and personal and professional conduct
* To maintain an overall awareness of current issues in the field of autism in order to be able to plan for effective teaching and learning.
* Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.
* Working knowledge of SEN students with complex needs.
* Evidence of sound knowledge of the national curriculum.
* Knowledge, understanding and experience of autism and associated co-morbid conditions and how these can affect learning.
* Ability to engage pupils in positive enabling relationships