SpLD Specialist 1:1 Peripatetic Teacher

St Peter's Preparatory SchoolDevon

St Peter’s Preparatory School, Lympstone, is one of the most successful and forward-looking independent preparatory schools in the South West, awarded Excellent in all categories in a recent ISI Inspection (March 2020), and we pride ourselves on outstanding learning support.  

The School wishes to engage a suitably qualified SpLD Specialist Peripatetic Teacher to work on an individual basis with pupils who have specific learning difficulties associated with dyslexia.  Specialist lessons are parent-funded at a pre-agreed rate of £17.55 for 30 minutes.

The successful candidate will have a relevant SpLD/Dyslexia/SEND qualification and prior experience of providing 1:1 support to KS1/2 children with specific learning difficulties.  We are seeking someone with a calm and patient manner, a flexible, positive and proactive approach and excellent written and verbal communication with both children and adults.

This is a wonderful opportunity to work alongside our talented teaching team to enable children with specific learning difficulties to thrive within the friendly and caring ethos on which we pride ourselves. 

** Please note that applications will only be accepted on the School’s own application form.  We are unable to consider CVs **

Further information about the school, a job description and an application form are on our website.  

Closing Date:                Thursday 15 April 2021

Provisional Interview Date: Thursday 22 April 2021

St Peter’s School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expects staff to share this commitment.

The successful candidate will be required to complete an enhanced DBS check. 




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