• SEN School Job Vacancies

    Members can advertise for free

    As a well established national charity offering services to the SEN sector since 1994, our websites are very popular and receive thousands of visitors every month. This new section helps to advertise SEN School ‘Job Vacancies’ throughout the UK. This new service is free for all EQUALS members.  

    If your school is not an EQUALS member, then you can submit any job vacancies for £125+VAT per job

     

    Should your school, have any SEN job vacancies, please contact admin@equalsoffice.co.uk to submit your vacancies.



  • Teacher – Catcote Academy

    Teaching Assistant
    Catcote Academy
    Catcote Road
    Hartlepool
    TS25 4EZ
    Telephone: 01429 264036
    Email: Carla.smith@catcote.co.uk
    Website: www.catcoteacademy.co.uk

     
    Main/upper scale plus special needs allowance (SEN1)
    Reference: 2020012

     

    Catcote Academy provides learning for a wide range of students with Learning Difficulties or Disabilities.

    We are looking to appoint a suitably qualified and skilled Classroom Teacher to join our highly committed special Academy team and teach across a range of abilities, ages and subjects.  This is a temporary position for the academic year 20/21.

     

    You must be strongly motivated and possess the character needed to work in a demanding and often challenging environment.

     

    Closing date:    3rd January 2021

    Interviews:        W/C 11th January 2021

    Start Date:          ASAP

    Completed application forms to be sent to:

    C Smith, Catcote Academy, Catcote Road, Hartlepool, TS25 4EZ

    carla.smith@catcote.co.uk

     

    You will need to meet the requirements of the person specification in order to be offered an interview.  Only applications submitted on the Trust’s application form will be accepted.  Application forms can also be found at www.catcoteacademy.co.uk (About Us/Vacancies). 

     Shortlisted candidates will be welcomed to contact the Academy to arrange a convenient appointment for a guided visit of the facility.  This will be considered in line with the current Government guidance regarding social distancing.

    We welcome applications regardless of age, gender, disability, ethnicity or religion.

    Please see our website for our Privacy Notice (Job Applicants) regarding how we will use your personal information.

    The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

    Any offer of employment is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and check of the Children’s/Adult’s Barred list via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). 

    Each class teacher is responsible for carrying out the duties of a teacher as set out in the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document. This job description may be modified by the CEO, with agreement, to reflect or anticipate changes in the job, commensurate with the salary and job title.

     

     

    MAIN RESPONSIBILITY

    To carry out such appropriate duties as may be reasonably directed by the CEO, from those described in part 7 and Annex 1 of the School Teachers’ Pay and Conditions Document.

     

    OTHER DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

    1. To have a commitment to the agreed whole school vision, values and goals as detailed in the school development plan. To positively promote and contribute to the team ethos of the Academy

    2. To plan, prepare and deliver an appropriate, broad, balanced, relevant, personalised and challenging curriculum to all students appropriate to their needs. The programme of work must:

    • take account of each student’s prior knowledge, individual needs, strengths and aspirations
    • consider the needs of the student in all aspects of development
    • consider various national strategies regarding curriculum and other relevant research
    • be in line with whole school policies
    • motivate students and promote learning autonomy
    • have an awareness of decisions made by the Government, LA, Trustees and Support Agencies

    3. To assess, monitor, record and report on the learning needs, progress and achievements of students making accurate and productive use of assessment

    4. Contribute to raising standards of student attainment

    5. Supervise, co-ordinate and direct the work of support staff who are assigned to them and where appropriate other Teachers

    6. Participate in arrangements for the appraisal and review of their own performance and, where appropriate, that of other teachers and support staff

    7. Prepare necessary resources and materials, maintain a safe and stimulating classroom environment and maintain classroom resources

    8. Ensure that all the students within the class have equal access to the experiences and opportunities provided

    9. To take an active part in meetings/working groups

    10. Communicate effectively with students, parents and carers and collaborate with colleagues and other relevant professions within and beyond the Trust.

    11. Contribute to the development, implementation and evaluation of the school’s policies and procedures and actively promote these to support the school’s values and vision.

    12. To have high expectations of the student in regard to work, attitude and behaviour. To ensure high standards of behaviour so that effective learning can take place and good relationships can be formed within the school community

    13. To have pastoral care of the teaching group, within the school ethos, by:

    • being a good role model for the student in all personal qualities
    • fostering the positive self-image of each student through praise and encouragement
    • respecting each student and ensuring that each student develops through praise and encouragement

    14. To relay any concern to the Assistant Head Teacher, Deputy CEO and the CEO

    15. To continue personal and professional development

    16. To safeguard and promote the welfare of students for whom you have responsibility or come into contact with, to include adhering to all specified policies and procedures

    13. Any other tasks as may be reasonably requested by the CEO

    17. To carry out your duties with full regard to the Academy’s Equality & Diversity Policy

    18. To comply with Health & Safety policies, organisation statements and procedures, report any incidents/accidents/hazards and take pro-active approach to health and safety matters in order to protect both yourself and others

    PLEASE NOTE THAT SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLY WITH ALL ACADEMY POLICIES, INCLUDING THE NO SMOKING POLICY.

     

    Application Form



  • Teaching Assistant – Catcote Academy

    Teaching Assistant
    Catcote Academy
    Catcote Road
    Hartlepool
    TS25 4EZ
    Telephone: 01429 264036
    Email: Carla.smith@catcote.co.uk
    Website: www.catcoteacademy.co.uk

    Salary: £14,812 per annum, £10.00 per hour (Band 5 SCP 5)
     33hrs week – Term Time Only + 5 PD Days
    Temporary, Part time
    Ref: 2020011

     

    Catcote Academy provides learning for a wide
    range of students with Learning Difficulties or Disabilities from age 11 to 19.

     

    We are looking to appoint an experienced and enthusiastic Teaching Assistant preferably with specific experience of working with children with complex needs. This post is a temporary position for the academic year 20/21. 

     

    Applicants with previous experience working within a SEN environment are preferable.  You must be strongly motivated and possess the character needed to work in a demanding and often challenging environment.

     

    Closing date: 3rd January 2021

    Interview Date: W/C 11th January 2021

    Start Date: ASAP

    Completed application forms to be sent to:

    C Smith, Catcote Academy, Catcote Road, Hartlepool, TS25 4EZ

    carla.smith@catcote.co.uk

     

    You will need to meet the requirements of the person specification in order to be offered an interview.  Only applications submitted on the Trust’s application form will be accepted. 

    Application forms can also be found at www.catcoteacademy.co.uk

     

    We welcome applications regardless of age, gender,
    disability, ethnicity or religion.

    Please see our website for our Privacy Notice
    (Job Applicants) regarding how we will use your personal information.

     

    The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

     

    Any offer of employment is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and check of the Children’s/Adult’s Barred list via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). 

     

     

     

    Job Description –
    Teaching Assistant Level 1 (TA1)

     

    Main Duties

     

    Under the guidance and direction of teaching staff and/or senior colleagues:-

     

    General Responsibilities

    • Work as directed by senior staff
    • Adhere to all Trust policies and college development plans including confidentiality, vulnerable adult protection, H&S, equal opportunities, SEN etc
    • Maintain a safe working and teaching environment including adhering to policies on safeguarding of students and behaviour management
    • Attend and participate in CPD activities as required
    • Attend meetings and liaise with colleagues in school and parents/careers as required
    • Be an effective role model for pupils by demonstrating and promoting positive values, attitudes and behaviours
    • Engage with all pupils as directed by the Trust in line with the overall goals of the Trust and the needs of all pupils
    • Work at multi-site locations as directed

     

    Core Responsibilities

    • Support students with their learning and well-being including whole classroom, 1 to 1 and small group environments, under the direction of a Teacher / Tutor
    • Have knowledge of individual students in order to assist with learning and behaviour in line with any plans
    • Feedback to teaching staff on progress and behaviour of students and effectiveness of learning activities
    • Feedback to students in relation to learning and behaviour
    • Assist in preparing student reports and other administrative tasks including outcome plans, end of year reports, behaviour reports/plans and third party assessments
    • Support the assessment and recording of student progress and attainment
    • Support students in any location as directed, indoor and outdoor, including outdoor learning, educational visits, after school clubs, activity centres, vocational areas etc.
    • Supervision and support of students during break and lunch times including feeding where necessary
    • Assist and take part in physical activities as directed e.g. walking, swimming, trampoline etc
    • Preparation of learning resources, equipment and displays including cleaning, tidying & organising
    • Ensure cleanliness of equipment, resources and learning areas
    • Use ICT effectively to support learning activities
    • Escort students to and from college transport and escort pupils with an appropriate colleague if required
    • Accompany teachers/senior colleagues and students on educational visits and assist in the supervision of students
    • Carry out tasks for the general health, domestic care and welfare of pupils including toileting/changing, cleaning, using specialist equipment when necessary (this may include administering medicine under guidance and training on a voluntary basis)

    Application Form



  • Supply Teachers – Hexham Priory School – Northumberland

    Corbridge Road Hexham NE46 1UY

    Hexham Priory School uses Supply Teachers and would expect any supply teachers that we use to be on the Northumberland County Council supply teaching data base. To find out more details about joining the Teaching Supply scheme, please ring Northumberland County Council on 0845 600 6400. We like to invite possible supply Teachers into school on a voluntary basis to spend some time with our pupils before they cover a staff member. We have found that this benefits both the pupils and the supply teacher, especially if they have little special needs teaching experience.

  • Supply Teaching Assistants – Hexham Priory School – Northumberland

    Corbridge Road Hexham NE46 1UY

    Tel.: 01434 605021 email: admin@hexham.northumberland.sch.uk

    We are always looking to increase our bank of supply Teaching Assistants who are available to work in school. Work may be on an ad hoc basis to cover for absent staff or regular work to cover in a class when a child from our school attends a teaching session in their local mainstream school supported by their own Teaching Assistant. We would be interested in hearing from anyone that has a Child Care qualification equivalent to NVQ Level Two or higher, with good levels of literacy and numeracy. Experience will also be taken into account. Application forms along with the Health Declaration forms can be downloaded below and should be returned to school via email. All Supply Teaching Assistants must have a current enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)clearance, which can be facilitated by school. We would recommend joining the DBS update service.

  • Lunchtime Supervisory Assistants – Heathfield School

    Heathfield School Oldbury Way Fareham Hants PO14 3BN

    We are looking to appoint friendly, calm and enthusiastic people to join our existing dedicated team of supervisory assistants. The successful applicants will be working within a supportive, fun team and will be an important member of the school structure. You will need to be flexible and ensure confidentiality and safeguarding is given the highest regard. Main duties will include
      • Supervising pupils in the lunch hall, outside on the playground or in their classrooms during wet lunch breaks.
      • Encouraging positive play by leading a range of playground games.
      • Ensuring the safety, welfare and good conduct of pupils
      • Promoting healthy eating
      • Ensuring any issues are dealt with in a positive and thoughtful manner.
      • Assisting with associated duties, e.g. cleaning up spillages, ensuring tables are clean etc.
      • This role involves assisting with feeding programmes and all aspect of personal care
      • Supporting staff and children in the classroom before and after lunch
      • Previous experience is not essential, as full induction programme and training is offered by the school.
      • Interviews will be arranged on receipt of applications
    For further details and an application form, please visit our website at www.heathfield.hants.sch.uk you can also contact the school office at adminoffice@heathfield.hants.sch.uk or telephone 01329 845150. Closing Date:  Rolling Start Date:  ASAP  

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