Vacancies

 

Key Stage 1/2 Teacher


We are looking to recruit a full-time Qualified Teacher, Key Stage 1/2, Primary Specialist.

Seadown is a small, independent, non-maintained, school. We are a school for young people from 6 to 16 years old, with a variety of educational needs including MLD, dyslexia, autistic spectrum, ADHD and BESD (SEMH). We are currently registered for 30 pupils.
Our pupils often have significant gaps in their learning having had time out of education in the past therefore most are learning below national expectation. At Seadown children and young people who have previously been isolated or excluded from school are supported to grow and develop socially, to gain some confidence and be encouraged to do their personal best.


The duties will include all aspects of teaching pupils a bespoke curriculum tailored to their individual needs. Responsibilities will include writing IEPs, Individual Risk Assessments and Positive Behaviour Plans. In addition to these responsibilities you may be asked to lead a subject hub dependent on specialism, attend Annual Reviews of pupils EHCP’s and monitor and analyse not only academic achievement but also social and emotional development.


The successful candidate will:

  • have experience of working as a Qualified teacher in a challenging environment; or be very confident and have an excellent training record.
  • be experienced in working with a range of SEND
  • be willing to learn and develop your knowledge and understanding of SEND teaching and commit to a comprehensive training programme
  • be competent in delivering the National Curriculum
  • be committed to working as a team member
  • aspire to engage children with their learning through carefully planned topics.
  • be flexible and highly adaptable

We can offer:

  • a friendly, highly professional, welcoming and inclusive working environment
  • a committed and dedicated team
  • thorough systems and structures in place
  • ongoing training
  • regular support meetings
  • a forward thinking and flexible outlook
     

Salary: Dependant on experience

Application deadline: 19.2.21
Job Type: Full-time, Permanent

If you are interested in applying for this post, please email your c.v.


Seadown School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to a full DBS check and references obtained before appointment is confirmed.

Learning Support Assistant (LSA)

Seadown is a small, independent, non-maintained, school. We are a school for young people from 6 to 16 years old, with a variety of educational needs including MLD, dyslexia, autistic spectrum, ADHD and BESD (SEMH). We are currently registered for 30 pupils.


At Seadown, children and young people who have previously felt isolated, or have been excluded from school, are supported to grow and develop socially, to gain some confidence and be encouraged to do their personal best.
Our Pastoral Team offers personalised provision to our pupils and we are now seeking a Pastoral Support. The suitable person must also be able to support the school as a teaching assistant, as required.
The duties will include supporting the learning of individual, or groups of, students with a variety of needs, across Key Stages 1-4, on programs to improve learning and social skills.

The successful candidate will:
 

  • have experience of working as a support assistant in a challenging environment
  • be confident in using de-escalation as a strategy for managing complex behaviours
  • be confident in and/or willing to be trained to use physical intervention, across the age groups
  • be competent in supporting pupils progress in the National Curriculum within a Special Educational Needs school


If you are interested in applying for this post, please liaise with the HR Department, Sam Green on 01903 216164 for an application pack.


Job Type: Full-time, Permanent, 40 hours per week, term time only

Salary: £18,610.86 per annum

Closing date: 19.02.2021

 

Seadown School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to a full DBS check and references obtained before appointment is confirmed.

Teaching Assistant


Seadown is a small, independent, non-maintained, school. We are a school for young people from 6 to 16 years old, with a variety of educational needs including MLD, dyslexia, autistic spectrum, ADHD and BESD (SEMH). We are currently registered for 30 pupils.


At Seadown children and young people who have previously been isolated or excluded from school are supported to grow and develop socially, to gain some confidence and be encouraged to do their personal best.
We are currently looking to recruit a full time Teaching Assistant. The duties will include all aspects of supporting the learning of students in Key Stages 1 to 4. You will also be supporting outings and leisure activities as well as managing complex behaviours in the classroom.

 

The successful candidate will:
 

  • have experience of working as a teaching assistant in a challenging environment
  • be confident in using de-escalation as a strategy for managing complex behaviours
  • be confident in and/or willing to be trained to use physical intervention, across the age groups
  • be competent in supporting pupil progress in the National Curriculum within a Special Educational Needs school



Application deadline: 19/02/2021
Expected start date: 1/4/21
Job Type: Full-time, Permanent, 40 Hours per week, term time only
Salary: From £17,503.57 per annum

 

Seadown School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to a full DBS check and references obtained before appointment is confirmed.

On-going Vacancies

 

We are always interested in hearing from suitable, bank staff positions, teaching and catering assistants  If you would like more details or would like an application pack please contact the school.

> Volunteers are always welcome. We are currently looking for drivers. Please contact us for more details.

 

For more information, please contact Sam Green, Human Resource Manager on sam.green@seadownschool.co.uk Tel: 01903 216164.