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BELMONT SCHOOL SEND LEAD PRACTITIONER (TEACHER)

Post Start Date: January 2020

Closing date: 03/10/2019 at 12 Noon

Interview date: Thursday 10th September 

 

Belmont is a popular and successful primary school in Wealdstone, Harrow. The school has undergone a dynamic period of growth and development and will open its newly modelled specialist provision, Stargazers, this Autumn.  This is an exciting opportunity to pilot a new model of provision for high needs pupils. 


We are looking to recruit a highly motivated professional to help us realise our vision for tailored and integrated specialist provision in our mainstream school. The role will involve supporting pupils aged 3-11 with an ECHP for Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD), Autism and other complex needs. 


You will have previous experience of working in specialist provision and be leading or looking to lead our new Stargazers team of dedicated teaching and support staff. Part of your role will involve supporting colleagues across the school to plan and deliver learning tailored to the individual needs of SEND pupils with Education & Healthcare Plans for severe learning difficulties (SLD) accessing mainstream as well as the school’s specialist provision. You will be working in partnership with a range of professionals and parents to develop transition, as well as planning and delivering CPD for staff. You must enjoy working as part of a committed and ambitious team of professionals, have a high level resilience and a good sense of humour.


Our ideal candidate will: Hold Qualified Teacher status (QTS); Have at least four years' experience of working in a specialist provision in the primary sector; Be an excellent SEND practitioner; Lead and manage others successfully to ensure successful outcomes; Direct and support teaching assistants working in the specialist provision; Have a willingness to share expertise, skills and knowledge; Have an understanding of the difficulties of teaching high needs pupils; Have a willingness to address challenging issues with clarity of purpose and diplomacy; Have good communication skills, both written and oral; Have good presentation skills with the ability to enthuse and motivate others. Be honest, empathetic and open with parents. 

 

Please send all completed application forms to: recruitment@belmont.harrow.sch.uk

 

Safeguarding Statement: 


Belmont School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check and other preemployment checks

 

SEND TEACHER

 

Post Start Date: January 2020

Closing date: 03/10/2019 at 12 Noon

Interview date: Thursday 10th October 2019


Belmont is a popular and successful primary school in Wealdstone, Harrow. The school has undergone a dynamic period of growth and development and will open its newly modelled specialist provision, Stargazers, this Autumn.  This is an exciting opportunity to pilot a new model of provision for high needs pupils. 


We are looking to recruit a highly motivated professional to help us realise our vision for tailored and integrated specialist provision in our mainstream school. The role will involve supporting pupils aged 3-11 with an ECHP for Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD), Autism and other complex needs. 


You will have previous experience of working in specialist provision and be leading or looking to lead our new Stargazers team of dedicated teaching and support staff. Part of your role will involve supporting colleagues across the school to plan and deliver learning tailored to the individual needs of SEND pupils with Education & Healthcare Plans for severe learning difficulties (SLD) accessing mainstream as well as the school’s specialist provision. You will be working in partnership with a range of professionals and parents to develop transition, as well as planning and delivering CPD for staff. You must enjoy working as part of a committed and ambitious team of professionals, have a high level resilience and a good sense of humour.


Our ideal candidate will: Hold Qualified Teacher status; Have knowledge and understanding of how to support SEND children across the Primary age range; Have good ICT skills and knowledge; Have a good understanding of safeguarding and child protection issues; Have the ability to manage behaviour effectively, to ensure a good and safe learning environment; Committed to team work; Be able to be flexible and show initiative; Be enthusiastic and motivational.

 

Please send all completed application forms to: recruitment@belmont.harrow.sch.uk


Safeguarding Statement:


Belmont School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check and other pre-employment checks

About Belmont School

 

Belmont is a very harmonious and happy multicultural school. We take pride in our diverse community and celebrate the achievements of all our learners, focusing not just on academic success but also sporting and creative achievements. The school ethos is underpinned by our commitment to children’s rights and how we follow them. As a nationally recognised Gold Rights Respecting School, we subscribe to and promote the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) in all that we do, both within our school and in the wider community. British Values is promoted through our Rights Respecting work. Our children are our best advocates and demonstrate respect towards others in their learning, their friendships and in the roles and responsibilities they embrace with enthusiasm. At Belmont we have young teams of Rights Respecting Ambassadors, Eco Warriors, Prefects, Junior Librarians, Peer Mediators, Sports Leaders, Junior Travel Ambassadors and our School Council who all promote our values and contribute to making important decisions about the direction of the school.

Working for us

 

Here at Belmont School we are looking for talented people who can play an important part in our pupils’ development. As a school we value children’s rights and our staff’s work life balance.

 

Working at Belmont will provide you with a fantastic network of supportive colleagues who will guide you in your professional development, and an opportunity to work with a diverse and dynamic group of children who are passionate about their learning. Belmont is a school where you are allowed to explore your own creativity and have ownership of the curriculum.

 

You would be joining a team that prides itself on setting challenging goals and achieving them. Staff, parents, pupils and our local community work to be ‘stronger together’.

Schools Direct Recruitment

 

We at Belmont participate in an exciting school based training programme for post graduates who are interested in becoming teachers. 

 

If you are interested, please click on link below:

 

https://www.priestmead.harrow.sch.uk/harrow/primary/priestmead/site/pages/schooldirect

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