Mead Primary School
The Learning Federation
Amersham Rd, Harold Hill, RM3 9JD
Tel: 01708 343616
HLTA – SEND/INCLUSION
Hours: 30 hours per week 8.30am – 3.30pm (38 weeks per year)
Salary: Grade 4, spinal points 12 - 15. Pro rata salary of £16,850 to £17,778 p.a. (FTE £24,462 to £25,809 p.a.)
Required: Qualified HLTA to support SEND and Inclusion from nursery to KS2
An enthusiastic and resourceful person is required to support our SENCO/Inclusion Manager in the day to day support of our growing SEN team. You will plan, prepare and deliver interventions to vulnerable and underachieving pupils, support the SENCO in meeting individual learning needs and provide support to pupils to develop their skills and behaviour to achieve success. Key to success in this role will be the ability to share your skills and practice with our SEN team in a supportive coaching role so that interventions become increasingly more effective throughout the school.
The role will require the candidate to provide PPA cover one day per week in our newly established ARP (Additional Resourced Provision) for primary aged children with ASD/Complex Needs (CN). The Mead ARP is a specialist resource established in a mainstream setting, designed to meet the needs of up to 12 pupils with ASD/CN. It helps address the gap in provision for pupils with ASD/CN whose needs can only be served through a flexible approach, tailored and adapted to the needs of each individual pupil.
The ideal candidate will have experience of working with pupils who are on the Autistic Spectrum, Speech and Language difficulties, Social Emotional and Mental Health, Physical Disabilities, Hearing and Visual impairments and those with other complex needs. Being able to support other members of staff and adapting your teaching and supporting methods is essential. You will be a positive, proactive team player who enjoys a challenge.
You will have:
- HLTA qualification
- Experience of working with children with ASD and/or complex needs;
- Enthusiasm for working with a range of students with differing needs and abilities;
- Initiative and a keenness to be involved in all aspects of Mead School life;
- The ability to work with teachers, health and educational professionals and parents to ensure a collaborative approach to teaching and learning for children with SEN;
- A proven track record supporting children with SEN to make good progress;
- Experience of high needs Early Years children
- Confidence in behaviour management and independent supervision classes;
- A proven track record of good working relationships and professionalism;
- The ability to contribute to planning and assessment
- Confidence in coaching and sharing practice with other SEN team members.
- A willingness to develop a full working knowledge, understanding and adherence to relevant school policies, practice and procedures.
We can offer you:
- An inspiring, supportive school community;
- A commitment to a culture of continuous professional development
Please apply online.
No agencies thank you.
Closing Date: 04/03/2020 at 13:00 PM