KS2 ASD/SLD teacher

Recruiter
TLTP Group
Location
Ilford
Salary
Up to £10,000
Posted
14 Oct 2020
Closes
19 Oct 2020
Ref
1762912254
Category
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time
TLTP are currently looking to recruit a KS2 ASD/SLD teacher to start in January 2021.

This is a full-time, 5 day per week post.

TLTP need to find someone who has experience of Manual Handling (as there is 1 non-ambulant pupil with Angelman's Syndrome who has particularly challenging needs in this area) as well as someone equipped to work with low-ability ASD pupils who have sensory processing issues. As a result, the school sometimes have to manage challenging behaviours.
All pupils are non-verbal and are working between P3-4. Much of the class is currently toilet training and due to 1 child having particular behaviour difficulties, the teacher will need to manage a team of 4 support staff and be highly organised in terms of the organisation and routines throughout the school day.

You will need to be able to participate in annual reviews with parents/SEN Team and other professionals in a mature, knowledgeable way.

Teaching and Learning
To implement school policies and schemes of work according to the individual needs of students, having high expectations and setting challenging targets
To implement the curriculum in accordance with the school's philosophy and policies
To organise personalised learning activities and experiences which are differentiated to meet the individual needs and levels of achievement of each pupil
To ensure teaching programmes are supported by clear aims and objectives with appropriate links to recognised specialist approaches used within school including; TEACCH, PECS, SCERTS, Attention Autism, Intensive Interaction and sensory regulation as appropriate.
To manage and promote the use of Literacy, Numeracy and ICT within your subjects
Promoting the inclusion of all students within the classroom
Marking work and providing feedback to students and parents in line with school policy and practice.
Contributing to the preparation and development of programmes of study, schemes of work, teaching materials, teaching programmes, methods of teaching and assessment and pastoral arrangements throughout the school, including school trips, assemblies, performances and special events
To be responsible for planning, tracking, evaluating, assessing and reporting the teaching and learning of pupils, including; completing Onward and Upward and /or BSquared, devising and updating Personalised Learning Plans on a termly basis and preparing annual reports in accordance with the schools practices and policies.
To lead on specific areas of teaching and learning within school as designated by Headteacher.
To have pastoral responsibility for a group of pupils and undertake administrative tasks in respect of those pupils
To be responsible for safeguarding the health and welfare of pupils using appropriate risk assessments and incident /accident recording and reporting as required by the school
To ensure in all teaching situations the collaborative nature of working between non-teaching staff, support services and parents.
To maintain an inclusive and orderly learning environment through the effective management of resources, lesson planning and positive behaviour support.