ASD Lead Teacher - Full-time

11 Oct 2018
15 Oct 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Pay: MPS + TLR2

Start Date: Jan 2018

Ashford Oaks is a fantastic mainstream primary school with a great team spirit and a highly inclusive ethos. We are looking for a versatile teacher who is skilled and experienced in working with children with ASD.

Ashford Oaks has a small Resourced Provision for 6/8 ASD pupils. In addition, we have a significant number of pupils in our mainstream school with an ASD diagnosis or with social communication difficulties. Your role will involve leading the Resourced Provision and leading provision for ASD pupils and those with social communication difficulties in the mainstream school.

The children of Ashford Oaks say: "Ashford Oaks is looking for a teacher! They should be kind and friendly to others, interesting and funny to amuse the children. Reliable so that they can be trusted, a good role model, encouraging, honest, hardworking and energetic. They must be cheerful to make the students happy, caring, enthusiastic, sporty, an excellent listener and they must enjoy working as a teacher. If you have these qualities and you are a qualified school teacher, then you can come and work at Ashford Oaks!"

As you can see, our children know what they want!

Their contribution is vital but so is yours which can make a real difference to the lives of our children, many of which come from a challenging area. Our ethos is simple, "Love the children as your own."

We are able to offer:

  • a strong collaborative environment.
  • an OFSTED 'Good' school where teachers are well supported and thrive due to excellent career development.
  • membership of a large successful and well establish group of schools working together across Ashford.

For more information or to arrange a tour please contact Gerry D'cruz, Headteacher or Sarah-Jane Sullivan, School Business Leader, on 01233 631259.

Closing Date: 12/10/2018 at 12:00

Interviews: 19/10/2018

Information about the school

Ashford Oaks has great facilities and an ASD specialism. We are looking for a skilled and passionate person who naturally loves and cares about children and has a determination to provide the very best inclusive education, whilst recognising the importance of working as a team with staff, parents and community.

Our School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children. This post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure Application to the Disclosure and Barring Service.


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