SEND Officer 37 hours per week Up to £27,498 per annum This is an exciting opportunity to join the Directorate of Student Services, Safeguarding & Support and provide an outstanding service for the assessment of student additional needs, support and guidance, aligned to Suffolk New College's strategic aims and advising on requirements in relation to the 0–25 SEND Code of Practice 2014. Working closely with curriculum teams and external agencies you will be committed to enabling students to achieve and progress You will be required to provide support to students with specific needs and disabilities, including completing assessments of needs, advising on support to be provided, contributing as appropriate to Education and Health Care Plans, carrying out exam concession assessments, chairing annual reviews, transition reviews, and arranging referrals for more specialist advice. You should therefore have excellent knowledge of the requirements for education providers arising from the 0–25 SEND Code of Practice 2014. In addition, you will have a good standard of education including maths and English at GCSE 4/C grade or equivalent, a relevant degree or equivalent in demonstrable experience and a Level 7 Specialist Assessment and Access arrangements qualification or a commitment to achieve within a specified timeframe (an entry requirement for this qualification is to hold either QTLS or QTS, a HLTA qualification or an equivalent teaching qualification).
Are you looking for a fresh and rewarding career working for a charity? It's so much more than a just a job! We are recruiting for a number of talented Residential Support Workers who want to make a real difference to our children and young people every single day they come to work!The roles will work in our state of the art 4 bedroom children's and young adults' homes (age range 3-25 years old) at our single site in Cheadle Hulme, near Manchester airport.
Are you looking for a new and rewarding challenging role in a specialist SEN College? Here at Seashell Trust we provide education and care for children and young adults (up to 25 years old) with severe, profound and complex learning difficulties/disabilities, sensory impairments, communication disorders and autism. •We are currently recruiting for talented and caring Learning Support Assistants for our specialist SEN College who want to make a real difference!The age range of our students is 19-25 years old.
Here at Seashell Trust we provide education and care for children and young people (up to 25 years old) with severe, profound and complex learning difficulties and disabilities, sensory impairment and communication disorders and autism. We are recruiting for talented Teaching Assistants for our outstanding (Ofsted) School who want to make a real difference! The age range of our pupils is 2 – 18 years old. Experience in a Teaching Assistant role in a SEN environment with children with complex needs is preferred but not essential.
We have an exciting opportunity for a vibrant and enthusiastic Occupational Therapist, to join our dynamic, expanding, multi-disciplinary team. Our specialist residential school provides trauma-informed care and education, where all of young people's needs are considered and supported holistically to provide the best possible individual outcomes. As a staff team, we are healing-focussed and highly motivated to enrich the lives of our young people. Job Title: Specialist Occupational Therapist Location: High Peak School Reports to: Lead Occupational Therapist Hours of work: Full time (Part time/job share considered) Purpose of the Post To be a key member of a skilled clinical team, providing a high quality, evidence based and child centred therapy service.
We have an exciting opportunity for a vibrant and enthusiastic Speech and Language Therapist, to join our dynamic, expanding, multi-disciplinary team. Our specialist residential school provides trauma-informed care and education, where all of young people's needs are considered and supported holistically to provide the best possible individual outcomes. As a staff team, we are healing-focused and highly motivated to enrich the lives of our young people. Our close-knit clinical team currently provides Speech and Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Clinical Psychology and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Rowden House School is a residential setting for children aged 8- 19 with severe learning disabilities, autism and challenging behaviours.We aim to provide a safe and nurturing environment, along with the tools needed to enable our residents to reach their academic potential while also focusing on teaching life skills that will support them throughout their life.We are looking to recruit full time Residential Support Workers to assist our residents within the school as well as in the home environment. We are seeking individuals who are passionate about promoting independence and providing the best care possible.
Teaching Personnel are currently working with an Alternative Provision who are looking to recruit a Creative Digital Group Tutor, who will be based in Mansfield. The provision caters for students aged 5 - 18 years old. The role involves providing One to One, Small groups & Vocational courses across the East Midlands. Candidates Expectations: Available Full-time Interest in the 'Digital Arts' and the 'Relevant Commercial Sector' Experience and knowledge of illustration, design, film and advertisement Two year background working with children and young people in the education setting Assist with the assessment, preparation, delivery and review of a learner's curriculum including contributions to schemes of work, lesson plans and updating regularly the ILP Individual Learners Plan Support the Provision Manager in the completion of all assessments, tracking documents, progress reports and feedback reports to commissioning bodies e.
Have you considered a career in education? Could you inspire young people with learning disabilities to grow and develop? As a Community Teaching Assistant, you won't be confined to the classroom. You'll deliver a community-based education programme to young people whose learning difficulties or autism mean that mainstream education won't always meet their needs.
Do you have an interest in psychology or building a career in the field of autism? Could you support children with learning disabilities to live a life that makes sense to them? Then our role as a Support Worker at our children's home on the edge of Leighton Buzzard may be just the right fit for you. You will support the children in the morning to get them ready for school, and then again in the evening and at night once school has finished for the day, helping with their daily lives and making sure they are able to participate fully in community activities and hobbies; interests that we hope you will share and nurture.
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