You will support a pupil with an Educational Health and Care Plan for 29 hours a week, you will work each day from 8.20am. To ensure continuation of safeguarding procedures and pupil well-being, you will respond to the specific medical needs of the pupil, including the administration of medicine when necessary (training can be given).
• Work with an individual pupil to assist with developing skills and supporting all aspects of learning under the direction of teachers.
• Meet with the pupil at the beginning of the school day to ensure they are prepared for the days learning.
• Act as a reader/scribe to assist the individual pupil’s learning.
• Liaise with all relevant professionals in evaluating the support, giving regular feedback.
• Attend EHCP review meetings.
• Carry out specific programmes to assist a pupil’s development prepared and monitored by a teacher.
• Assist the pupil in preparing for lessons.
• Liaise with medical staff and parents, keeping up to date with the health needs of the pupil.
• Participate in the preparation and adaptation of materials.
• Keep a record of involvement in activities as specified by teachers.
• Accompany pupils to specialist lessons and on educational visits.
• Participate in the general life of the school.
Manor House School is committed to the safeguarding and welfare of children and young people and all staff share this responsibility. We have an extensive safer recruitment policy and procedure which ensures those unsuitable for working with children are identified at the initial stages. All staff in regulated activity with pupils are subject to the standard employment checks including an enhanced DBS check.