Communication Support Worker x2
Sandhill View Academy
- Expiring soon
- Quick apply
- Salary: (E) 17 – 21) Full time salary £17,772 – £20,138 pro rata (39 weeks, term time only)
- Job type:
- Full Time, Fixed Term
- Start date:
- October 2017 or sooner
- Apply by:
- 11 October 2017
Post: Communication Support Worker X2
Starting date: October 2017 (or sooner)
Salary: (E) 17 – 21) Full time salary £17,772 – £20,138 pro rata (39 weeks, term time only)
Location: Sandhill View Academy
Contract type: Full time (37 hours)
Contract Term: Fixed term for 1 Year
Sandhill View Academy is an 11 to 16 school which joined Southmoor Academy Trust in July 2015. The school went into an Ofsted category in December 2013. With the leadership of Southmoor Academy, the school is now addressing a number of weaknesses and is making excellent progress. Southmoor opened a Sixth Form in September 2014 and it is our intention that Sandhill will become a partner of that Sixth Form, recruiting significant numbers to take part in it courses.
We are looking to appoint two communication support workers with a BSL level 3 qualification (minimum) to support in mainstream classrooms and support deaf children under the direction of the Resource Base Manager (ToD).
Applications close at 9.00 am on Thursday 12th October 2017, applications should be submitted to Samantha Ferry, HR Manager email@example.com
Interviews will take place week commencing 16th October 2017
Please see our website for further details www.sandhillview.com
Sandhill View Academy is committed to ensuring the safety and welfare of students. The successful candidate will be required to follow local authority child protection procedures and to be DBS checked.
About Sandhill View Academy
- Sandhill View Academy
- Grindon Lane, Sunderland
- Tyne and Wear
- SR3 4EN
- United Kingdom
Sandhill View Academy is a mixed, non-selective, non-denominational secondary school situated in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear. It has approximately 827 pupils aged 11-16.
Sandhill View Academy was founded in 1953 and moved into a newly built school on the original site in 2002. Its modern learning facilities include a swimming pool, motor vehicle workshop, theatre and industrial kitchen. The school converted to academy status in 2015 and is supported by the Southmoor Multi Academy Trust.
Values and vision
The secondary school places great emphasis on high achievement, prioritising this in the belief that it can change students' lives for the better. Pupils are encouraged to have ambition and reach for their goals. Ambition is key to the school’s vision and students are urged to never give up, but instead demonstrate determination.
Sandhill View Academy hopes to equip its learners to flourish as successful young adults. Enrichment plays an important role at the school and students are able to choose from a wide range of extra-curricular activities, including languages, sports and crafts. The school was awarded specialist performing arts status in 2007.
"Students with disabilities or special educational needs receive good support and make good progress. Students with hearing or visual impairments achieve particularly well and go on to achieve notable success in GCSE examinations.”
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