Who we are looking for:
You will have a sound understanding of autism and how to modify the curriculum for pupils with Autism and complex needs.
You will be an experienced primary or early years Teacher with a good knowledge of SEN and specifically Autism.
You will have the ability to plan and deliver a personalised curriculum that is relevant and motivating.
You will have a good understanding of child development and be able to recognise and implement the appropriate stages of early literacy and numeracy skills.
You will be responsible for a curriculum area and be expected to drive your subject forward in consultation with Senior Leaders.
You will lead a team of Teaching Assistants who will work within your class.
You will liaise with our pupil support team including Speech and Language Therapists and ensure that appropriate strategies are implemented consistently and appropriately.
Along with a host of benefits – we will make sure you get excellent autism-specific training to help further your career.
If you share our values and are willing to make a difference to the lives of autistic people, we’d love to hear from you.
The National Autistic Society is here to transform lives, challenges perceptions and build a society that works for autistic people. Visit our website to find out more about who we are and what we do.
The School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All interviewed candidates for this post will be subject to the relevant checks. References may be obtained prior to appointment. Successful applicants are required to undertake an enhanced DBS disclosure which will also include a check against the Children’s Barred List.
For an informal discussion or more information about this role please contact Jon Mount 01709 874443 firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert Ogden School,Clayton Lane,Thurnscoe,
South Yorkshire, S63 0BG
Applications for this job are sought from anyone who is suitably qualified and experienced for the role but particularly welcome from those with a diagnosis of autism or Asperger syndrome.
The NAS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children and adults who use our services and as such expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We are an equal opportunities employer.