Maths Co-ordinator

Maths Co-ordinator

Weydon Multi Academy Trust and The Park School are seeking an exceptional Maths Co-ordinator who shares our core values of aspiration and ambition for all. We are looking to appoint someone who will build trusting relationships, be restless in the pursuit of better, be positive, inspiring and people focused.

As an excellent teacher, you will be part of a team that builds on the school’s successes and will help lead it into its next phase of development. Using your creativity and knowledge you will help develop an evolving Maths curriculum to meet the individual needs of students.

We also require the successful candidate to be:

• A highly motivated and inspirational teacher

• Experienced in working with, or a passion to work with, children with a wide range of educational needs including social, emotional, behavioural and medical needs.

• Committed to maximising student progress through setting high standards, using data and promoting effective teaching.

• Be able to lead, inspire and challenge a committed and hard-working team to achieve and maintain excellent practice.

• Committed to maintaining the highest standards in safeguarding all students at The Park

The post is a Full Time role (5 days per week). Part-time (a minimum of 4-days per week) could be considered for the right candidate. The salary offered is COREM1 – ACCOMM6 (£31,350 – £42,689) plus SEN 1 Allowance of £2,539 and a TLR2A award of £3,214.

For more information and to apply, please follow this link

The Park School is a learning and additional needs special school that is part of WMAT, a dynamic, forward thinking and innovative Trust. We are currently eight schools – three special schools, four secondaries and one primary. There are regular opportunities for collaborative working, CPD and the sharing of expertise between staff across the schools.

Please no agencies and applications will not be accepted without a completed application form.

We reserve the right to interview early if the right candidate applies, so early application is encouraged. This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment. Enhanced DBS, Children’s Barred List and Right to work in the UK checks are required for this post.

Closing date: Wednesday 22nd May 2024

Interview date: Friday 24th May 2024

All appointments are subject to safer recruitment procedures and an enhanced DBS check.

Safeguarding Statement: The Park School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We particularly welcome applications from underrepresented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion

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Head of Learning Support

Head of Learning Support

Highfield and Brookham School

We are seeking a Head of Learning Support with a passion to make a difference to children’s lives and drive change for the benefit of our pupils. The successful candidate will be a dynamic practitioner who believes in the power of education and who wants to change lives. You will be committed to supporting high achievement and inclusion for every student and work closely with our teaching body to ensure excellent teaching across the whole Pre-Prep and Preparatory age range. We have an exciting vision for SEND provision and we are looking for someone who has a passion and focus on delivering high aspirations and outcomes for children with SEND. This is a rare opportunity for the successful candidate to make a genuine impact to ensure unrivalled SEND provision at Highfield and Brookham School.

For more information on this role including Job Description please follow this link 

Closing Date for Applications: Friday 31st May

A letter of application and completed Application Form including the names and addresses of two referees should be sent to: HR Manager, Highfield and Brookham, Highfield Lane, Liphook, Hampshire, GU30 7LQ or via email to: recruitment@highfieldandbrookham.co.uk

By |2024-05-14T10:32:57+01:00May 14th, 2024|SEN vacancies|0 Comments

Learning Support Assistant

Learning Support Assistant

Berkhamsted Prep School

We have an exciting opportunity for a dedicated Learning Support Assistant to join our highly enthusiastic team at Berkhamsted Prep School.

You will be a strong team player who demonstrates a willingness to learn and adapt practices when required. The ideal candidate will have prior experience of working with children with SEN, preferably at Key Stage 2 level.

This is a part-time (25 hours per week), term-time only role.

Role to commence September 2024.

Application closing date 02/06/2024

For more information and to apply, please follow this link

By |2024-05-09T11:10:37+01:00May 9th, 2024|SEN vacancies|0 Comments

Head of Learning Support / SENCO

Head of Learning Support / SENCO

Farleigh School seeks to appoint a kind, hard-working, committed, and empathetic professional who will promote and champion the needs of our pupils, from Kindergarten to Year 8 as our new Head of Learning Support / SENCO on a full-time and permanent basis.

As Head of Learning Support / SENCO you will play a pivotal role in shaping the school’s approach to supporting our pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.

This responsibility encompasses several key areas. Firstly, the SENCO will maintain an active awareness of national developments, compliance, inspection, including the SEND code of practice and equal opportunities legislation, and they will understand how these apply to pupils.

Secondly, they oversee the day to day implementation of the SEND policy, coordinating specific provision to effectively support individual pupils. The SENCO also acts as a valuable resource for colleagues, offering professional guidance and working collaboratively with teachers, parents, and external agencies to create a comprehensive support network.

The ideal candidate will be available to start in September 2024.
Please see candidate information pack
For more information on this vacancy and to apply, please follow this link

By |2024-05-03T11:02:16+01:00May 3rd, 2024|SEN vacancies|0 Comments

Now on-demand – HELP! course for parents of children with dyslexia

One of the greatest influences on children’s success in learning is the involvement of parents in their education. When a child has a specific learning difficulty like dyslexia, this involvement is even more crucial. Many children who find learning difficult can get frustrated and demotivated which may lead to low self-esteem.

The ‘Hints, Encouragement and Liaison for Parents’ course helps demystify dyslexia and gives practical ideas and strategies to help you support your child at home with their learning.

This online course is now available on demand

The video and handout downloads are then emailed to you and you can watch them at your leisure.

Click here to book.

Free or subsidised courses for lower-income families – please email courses@helenarkell.org.uk

By |2024-04-24T09:30:14+01:00December 24th, 2023|Course news, Latest news|0 Comments

Spotlight session – EHCPs

Do you need the low-down on EHCPs? What are these Education, Health and Care Plans? Who should have one and how do you get one?

We’re delighted that Rachael Allison of law firm Boyes Turner LLP will be joining us on 28 February for a webinar on all things EHCP. Come and join us or, if you can’t make the date, book now and we’ll send you the recording. All for just £5!

Details and booking here.

By |2024-04-24T09:34:03+01:00January 27th, 2023|Course news, Latest news|0 Comments

New dates for HELP! course for parents of children with dyslexia

One of the greatest influences on children’s success in learning is the involvement of parents in their education. When a child has a specific learning difficulty like dyslexia this involvement is even more crucial. Many children who find learning difficult can get frustrated and demotivated which may lead to low self-esteem.

The ‘Hints, Encouragement and Liaison for Parents’ course helps demystify dyslexia and gives practical ideas and strategies to help you support your child at home with their learning.

New dates are available

Online – Tuesday mornings starting 21 March 2023 (recordings are available so you can still sign up!). Click here to book.

We look forward to seeing you soon. Please contact enquiries@helenarkell.org.uk if you have any questions.

**We have free or subsidised places on this course for families on lower incomes.**

By |2024-04-24T09:34:18+01:00December 11th, 2022|Course news, Latest news|0 Comments

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