|School||Phoenix Arch School|
|Head||Ms Jude Towell|
|Salary||Band 6 (Dependent on experience) From NJC Point 28 (£32,234) to Point 31 (£34,728) plus London Weighting £1,978 plus SEN Allowance (£2064) Pro rata. Actual Salary including holiday for 45 weeks (£13,045-£13,942)|
|Hours||Part Time - 15 hours week|
|Closing date||Open until filled|
|How to apply|| |
For an informal discussion about this post and to arrange a visit please contact Jude Towell, Head Teacher, on 020 8451 6961 or firstname.lastname@example.org For an application pack please email: email@example.com
|Additional Information||Brent Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check.|
At Phoenix Arch we value and respect children as individuals, we adopt a nurturing, caring and united approach to support all children to succeed and achieve in their learning.We encourage children to form positive relationships, know what their rights are and take responsibility for their role within the school and the wider community. Our vision is one of an environment encompassing a creative, exciting and inspirational learning community.
Do you share our vision for children to fulfil their potential at school and in the wider community and believe that successful learning is achieved through a nurturing, caring and united approach?
Do you want to work in a small culturally diverse school, where children form positive relationships, know their rights and take responsibility and excel?
The successful candidate will manage a small caseload of children, from assessment to discharge. The majority of our pupils needs are met within the classroom setting, where staff implement strategies to support pupils’ development. Some of our pupils have additional sensory needs and you will be able to develop plans for the class team to implement on a daily basis to support pupils with their well -being and learning. The school has a sensory room where direct work with pupil’s can be carried out.
You will work collaboratively with teaching staff, modelling activities and working in class to support children to transfer skills within the classroom environment. There will also be opportunities to get involved in whole school activities and deliver whole-school training.
Do you share our vision for children with autism to succeed and excel?
Do you believe that successful learning is achieved through a nurturing, caring and united approach?
Do you want to work in a small school where children form positive relationships, know their rights and take responsibility?
Do you have at least 3 years postgraduate graduate Occupational Therapy experience working in a similar field?