A sub-tropical island of spectacular and beautiful landscapes in the South Atlantic with a warm and friendly population of 4,500, St Helena is a self-governing overseas territory of the UK. A new international airport now offers a weekly scheduled flight from Johannesburg.
There are four schools on the island; one secondary and three primaries. The curriculum broadly models the English education system.
In this vital role you will offer support, guidance and training to members of the Inclusion Service to enable a better service to support areas of SEND in schools. You must help develop a Code of Practice and contribute to raising standards as you identify and develop programmes of intervention, liaising with key stakeholders to build support. You should also train and up-skill the Inclusion Team and support parents.
Holding a recognised UK teaching qualification you will have attained degree level in an area relevant to SEND. With knowledge of Inclusion and matters pertaining to SEND, you will have worked in the field of SEN in schools, teaching and demonstrating practical skills and providing professional development and training.
Committed to an aspirational quality of classroom learning experience for all young people, you are able to motivate and inspire with high expectations of trainee and serving teachers. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the use of ICT, should be supported by strong leadership and negotiating skills, diplomacy and sensitivity and outstanding teaching and training skills.
We offer an extensive benefits package with 30 days leave pa, fare paid travel, freight, pension contribution and relocation allowance (see overseas vacancy information).
An application form can be found at www.sthelenacareers.com where further information can also be found, or you may contact Kedell Worboys on 0203 818 7610 or email: email@example.com. This is where applications must be sent and received by 22 May 2019. Interviews will be held in London.