Head of Primary - SEBD Schools based in Harlow
195 days per year – term time to include INSET days
Monday and Thursday 0815 -1630
Tuesday and Wednesday 0815 – 1600
Friday 0815 – 1530
You will be entitled to a 30 minute lunch break each day.
Where reasonable, additional time might be necessary to fulfil the requirements of the role adequately, there will be no additional payment made for this.
It is an independent day school for children aged 4 to 16, who hold a current Statement of Special Educational Needs for Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD’s) and associated social and communication difficulties.
To develop the academic capabilities, social and communication skills and understanding of pupils, focusing on successful and purposeful learning. To lead the class team by example and direction, ensuring the highest quality of education and care for every pupil.
To be proactive in safeguarding children
To meet the requirements of the National Teaching Standards
To develop and implement schemes of work and lesson plans in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum
To ensure that schemes of work contain practical, interesting and contextual opportunities to learn
To organise the learning environment and develop resources in order to facilitate learning
To establish positive relationships with pupils and to develop close, professional relationships with parents/carers
To use assessment tools effectively and according to school deadlines, to record pupil progress
To foster enthusiasm for learning
To ensure that pupils are challenged in their learning and aim to achieve their full potential
To share responsibility for the well being, safety and behaviour management of pupils in line with the school’s policies
To demonstrate excellent practice and work collaboratively and supportively with colleagues
To work in partnership with all stakeholders
To strive to meet the needs of the pupils
To develop knowledge of teaching pupils with ASD and Aspergers Syndrome in line with developments and best practice and to share this with colleagues
To keep accurate records in line with school policies
To develop and maintain good communication with all stakeholders
To maintain confidentiality
To maintain a healthy work/life balance
All staff at the school are expected to work within the school’s Safeguarding Policy in order to ensure the safety and happiness of the pupils and to report all concerns to the Designated Safeguarding Officer appointed by the school.
To participate in performance management
To attend staff meetings as required
To follow school and Group policies
To implement the school’s policies regarding behaviour management and positive handling
If you are interested in this position, please apply with an up to date CV.
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