The successful candidate will provide specialist SEND intervention targeted and specialised support in numeracy and literacy and to supervise small groups for a session/lesson in the classroom or outside the main teaching area as required, this is a wonderful opportunity to work in such a creative environment and would suit a HLTA or teacher
The ideal applicant will: Have experience of working with KS4 & KS5 students with excellent subject knowledge in Maths and English. Have excellent Literacy and Numeracy skills and excellent communication skills. Have top level IT skills and substantial behaviour/classroom management skills. They will have an adaptable and flexible approach and be pro-active with the ability to act on your own initiative. This person will be good at building strong relationships with staff and have experience of leading training with a SEND department.
The AEN department will be holding an open day for prospective applicants of this post on the 18th February 2019. If you would like to attend the open day to gain further insight into the department before submitting your application then please book your place by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
The BRIT School is a unique institution offering specialist education in the arts and related technologies, alongside the full range of National Curriculum subjects. It is sponsored by the British Record Industry and has a unique relationship with the performing arts industries.
The Brit School runs a 5 Term academic year with some school holidays falling at different times to the usual Local Authority school breaks. Please see our web site for further details of our term dates.
Prior to taking up the post an enhanced DBS clearance will be required