Are you passionate and driven with a commitment to supporting children with additional needs? We are looking to develop a team of specialist support across EOTAS to work with the SENCO, curriculum leads and other support staff to deliver quality assessment and intervention. You would be linked to a subject area in order to identify and develop an understand of each young person’s individual needs in order to engage them fully in their learning with the view to reintegrate back to a mainstream school or special school with an EHCP.
The position will enable you to build positive relationships to motivate students, engage parents and raise student’s aspiration in order to provide them with best opportunities and outcomes. EOTAS is committed to continued professional development and candidates with the right level of experience could be developed further with the potential to expand the role in the future.
If you are able to offer strong support, effectively manage behaviour and engage students in their own learning, we want to hear from you. We want to appoint highly effective and aspirational professionals who are influential and enthusiastic.
“Better Choices, Better lives”
EOTAS is made up of four unique Colleges across Swindon and is at a crucial stage in terms of its growth and development. Each College has a unique client group but all have a common goal – supporting young people and their families through challenging circumstances in order for them to achieve and move on to positive destinations.
We received an OFSTED good in September 2017 and are determined to secure outstanding at the next inspection.
To be successful you will:
• a passion for teaching and learning, understanding of SEN and the needs of vulnerable young people with social, emotional and mental.
• show commitment to a culture of continuous improvement that promotes excellence for staff and students alike.
• have the personal and professional qualities required to develop the vision and ethos of the service.
EOTAS is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Visits to the school are warmly encouraged - please come and meet some of the staff and our children and see for yourself! Please contact 01793 828941 to make an appointment.
Please forward a completed application form and supporting statement outlining your suitability for the post.
- Pupil referral unit(pru) with state funding
- Students of mixed gender, age 11 - 16 years