Hadlow Rural Community School (HRCS) opened in September 2013 and offers a unique educational opportunity to students in Hadlow itself and across the wider local area. It is sponsored by and situated on the 630 acre campus of Hadlow College, the outstanding land-based college.
Hadlow Rural Community School is a popular, oversubscribed School with a current roll of 360 students, increasing to 375 in 2020. The School has recently relocated to a £7million new build and is developing a strong reputation both locally and beyond for enabling its young people to excel and flourish; providing an exciting, vibrant and dynamic experience in academic and land based vocational studies.
We are looking to appoint a highly skilled, dynamic and effective candidate to join our hard working SEN team. The successful candidate will support pupils with a diverse range of needs; enabling them to access the full curriculum by addressing barriers to learning including but not exclusive to; ASD, attachment disorder, anxiety, dyslexia, global learning difficulties, dyspraxia and speech and language - assisting SEN pupils to meet their full potential. This will include targeted in class support, one to one intervention and facilitating small group work.
The successful candidate will:
- Possess at least a level 2 qualification in English and Maths
- Have relevant experience/knowledge of working with young people with SEN/disabilities.
- Be able to create personalised, differentiated learning resources for individual pupils
- Work towards specified targets for all pupils on the SEN register including those with EHC Plans
- Plan and deliver personalised and small group intervention programmes and resources to support within lessons
- Provide curriculum support in the event of staff absence
In addition to the above, successful candidates must be willing to undertake further training and develop expertise in supporting particular types of SEN or disability. Excellent organisation, time management and IT skills and the ability to work well as part of a team, as well as on their own initiative is also essential. Knowledge and experience of the education sector is desirable.
The role is initially a fixed term contract of one year and may be offered as a full or part time position, negotiable during interview. General working hours are Monday to Friday 8.00am to 4.30pm during term time only plus 5 days during non-term time.
The successful candidate will be required to undertake an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check (DBS) and to provide proof of their right to work in the UK.
The job description and application form can be downloaded from our website. Alternatively, you can request an application pack bye-mail or telephoning 01732 853977. Completed applications should be returned to theHuman Resources department at firstname.lastname@example.org