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SPECIALIST LEARNING SUPPORT TEACHER

SEN Job Vacancies

SPECIALIST LEARNING SUPPORT TEACHER

Oakwood School is seeking a well-qualified and enthusiastic specialist teacher to join the dedicated staff in the Individual Needs and Development team. The opportunity is specifically to work as a visiting 1:1 teacher to directly support the learning of our pupils aged 7-11 years with specific learning difficulties.

This opportunity would suit a candidate with a passion for this type of teaching who is looking for a part-time role and holds at least a Level 5 SpLD qualification and has experience of working with children with specific learning difficulties, most commonly Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Dyscalculia.

Flexible working hours based on approximately 0.3 of the timetable and a dedicated SEN teaching room are offered within our nurturing and supportive mainstream environment.

Full induction and training will be provided.

This role has a preferred start date of 24th April 2019, however a later start date can be considered and to allow time for the recruitment process.

Please see full job description and application form, these can also be downloaded from the vacancies section of the school website www.oakwoodschool.co.uk. Applications should be submitted electronically.

Closing date for applications is Friday 15th February 2019, 9.00 a.m.

Interviews are expected to be arranged for the week commencing 25th February 2019.

Informal enquiries about this role are welcome.

Oakwood School is committed to equal opportunities, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. DBS clearance at enhanced level and full reference checks with past employers will be required for the successful candidate.

“Pupils of all abilities enjoy individual attention from teachers and teaching assistants in sets and small groups where tasks can be matched precisely to their needs. Pupils across the school make rapid progress. They have a range of starting points, as the school does not select pupils by academic ability.” (ISI 2017).

Oakwood Preparatory School, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 9AN

www.oakwoodschool.co.uk

Telephone: 01243 575209. Email: [email protected]

Registered Charity No 1105033

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