Do you want to gain experience within a school setting and work with some amazing pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?
Do you want to be a part of a positive learning environment and work with an experienced staffing team who aim to help pupils achieve their best?
We are looking for a passionate and enthusiastic individual to work in a non-maintained special school for young people aged 3 to 19 years old. The school is the biggest charity in the Bolton area and it provides individually tailored education services. The school is based in Bolton and provides education for children with moderate to severe learning disability, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, significant physical impairment and / or complex health needs. Many pupils will also have communication difficulties, multi-sensory impairment or present with behaviours that some may find challenging. The school has unique expertise and experience in supporting children and young adults with significant physical disability, complex health needs and moderate to severe learning disability.
The school's vision is 'brightening lives, building futures' for people with a learning or physical disability. Their services are designed to achieve this vision and to improve the quality of life of all those we support, so that they may become confident and independent members of the community. We believe in 'ordinary life principles', to provide people with the same social and learning opportunities as others, therefore enabling all to fulfil their individual potential.
The school's mission is to empower people to live a fulfilling life using person centred approaches built on respect, innovation and sustainability. To respond to the changing needs of disabled people through dedication to continuous improvement, supporting more people and becoming judged in all areas as outstanding.
The school has specialist facilities that provide a spacious, calm and safe environment in which young people can thrive and learn including a sensory integration room, a multisensory light room, a hydrotherapy pool, a soft play area and a sports hall.
There are many benefits of this role, including:
- Working in a school rated good by Ofsted
- Working for a school that has state of the art facilities
- Gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector
- The opportunity to work in a diverse role
The responsibilities of this role include:
- Supporting the teacher within the classroom
- Helping to create lesson plans with the teacher
- Working one to one or in small groups with pupils
- Helping with any of the pupils' additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting)
The requirements for this role are:
- A DBS on the update service
- Experience working with children or adults with additional care needs
- A dedication to creating a positive learning environment for pupils
- Reading, writing, numeracy and communication skills
The successful candidate will work in a calm, warm and friendly environment with an excellent staff team who will support you through your journey into working in the SEN sector. The pupils in this school are eager to learn and you will enjoy supporting them through their education. If you are interested in the role and want to work for a fantastic school, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at email@example.com...