One of our main clients has the single aim of providing opportunities for people with very severe learning disabilities to lead meaningful lives as they transition from childhood to young adulthood.
To plan and deliver excellent learning programmes for learners with severe, complex and profound learning difficulties that demonstrate innovation and creativity in meeting their individual needs. To work within the College’s system of Quality Assurance and wider requirements for external accreditation to assess and moderate learning and the learning experience for all learners.
Teaching and Learning
Plan and prepare courses and lessons in line with the requirements of external accrediting bodies and / or RARPA and using formats as set out by the College.
Prepare and deliver innovative and stimulating classes and activities, as required by the timetable, including covering for absence as reasonably necessary.
Direct the work of learning support workers, students and volunteers during curriculum delivery.
Plan differentiated course content to meet accreditation and curriculum requirements and to support the achievement of individual learner targets.
Assess, record and report on the development, progress and attainment of learners, in each case having regard to the relevant Awarding Body requirements (where applicable) and individual learning plans.
Maintain up-to-date and accurate records in line with College procedures, including teaching files, individual learner tracking and progress towards external accreditation.
Create and maintain learner’s files of work, ensuring they contain information concerning progress towards learning outcomes.
Complete induction materials, learning plans, review questionnaires, education reports and any other documentation necessary.
Contribute towards the total care of each learner, by monitoring and ensuring high standards of personal care and support are delivered by classroom staff.
Provide line management to the Higher Level Support Worker allocated to own class team (and in some instances, share line management of Learning Support Workers in own team).
Provide a high-quality learning environment for learners by creating stimulating displays, classroom environments and by valuing and celebrating each learner’s individual work.
To provide a high standard of academic, pastoral and personal support for students and clients, including acting as personal tutor if required
Perform any other administrative tasks associated with the teaching function.
Attend staff meetings and liaise with other professionals as required or reasonably requested.
Contribute to the internal quality assurance procedures of the College, including moderation, course reviews and self-assessment.
To identify and undertake any training and professional development relevant to the efficient delivery of any of the above duties, and to share excellent practice with other staff.
Participate in administrative and organisational tasks related to such duties as are described above, including the management or supervision of persons providing support for the teachers in the College and the ordering and allocation of equipment and materials.
Contributing to the selection for appointment and professional development of other teachers and support staff, which may include the induction and assessment of new and probationary teachers.
To carry out his/her duties and responsibilities at all times with due regard to the College Equal Opportunities, Health & Safety, No Smoking and Quality
Undertake any other such duties as might reasonably be requested.
If you feel you have the desired qualities and are looking for a new challenge please apply with an up to date CV.
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