To provide 1-1 support for a pupil with an EHCP and TA support for other SEN pupils.
Oversee the transition into and out of school, from transport from home.
Safeguard the welfare of the pupil (and others) in classrooms and around the site.
Accompany specified students on school trips, as and when required.
When appropriate, provide regular contact with the family over the welfare and progress of the specified pupils.
Provide regular contact with Head of Learning Support, form tutor, classroom teachers, head of house and any other member of staff.
Use specialist skills, training and experience, where appropriate, to support SEN pupils.
Establish and maintain productive working relationships with all pupils and staff, acting as a role model and setting high expectations.
Promote the inclusion and acceptance of all students within the classroom by supporting the teacher by managing pupil behaviour to ensure a constructive environment, whilst promoting positive values and attitudes and dealing promptly with conflict and incidents in-line with established policies.
Report back, as appropriate, using the School’s agreed referral procedures on pupil behaviour.
Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to Child Protection, Health & Safety, security, confidentiality and Data Protection, reporting all concerns to an appropriate member of staff.
Attend and participate in relevant meetings (including relevant meetings on PD Days) and parent’s evenings, if required.
Undertake personal development, in conjuction with your annual performance review, along with other training, (Health & Safety, Child Protection etc…),that may be deemed relevant to the performance of this role.
Undertake, after consultation, other duties as determined by the Headmaster and Governors that are commensurate with the designation and grading of the post and within the evolving policies of the School.