at Chalk Education
Location Reading, United Kingdom
Date Posted September 8, 2022
Category SEND
Job Type Long-term
Salary £90 – £120 per day

Job Description

Cover Supervisor and Part time PE Teacher needed for SEN school in Reading

£90-£120 per day.

Chalk Education are working with a small SEN school in Reading who are now recruiting for a cover supervisor who can also teach PE part time timetable. This position is to start as soon as possible and would be a long term contract with the view to go permanent next year. (2023).

Job summary:

  • To be responsible for high quality autism specific education and development of a class / group of children with ASD.
  • To have the potential to develop skills in order to work with pupils with complex needs in addition to autism spectrum disorder, such as ADHD, OCD and PDA
  • To be responsible for planning implementing and delivering a personalised curriculum to individual children and groups that is relevant and motivating for each child.
  • Ensure the quality of teaching and learning meets statutory requirements
  • Ensure continuity across the curriculum and contribute to joint planning

To work in a non-confrontational non directive way to ensure individual needs are met.

Principal accountabilities

·         Provide the highest standard of support, assisting children in achieving their maximum potential through the implementation of the SPELL framework

·         Plan, develop and deliver a broad and balanced curriculum

·         Devise and implement an individualised educational programme / Individual Education Plan (IEP) in liaison with a multidisciplinary team.

·         To assume responsibility for classroom management including the environment, staff and children

·         Develop a provision of the highest possible quality of education and maintain a supportive atmosphere, ensuring the safety, protection and wellbeing of each child

·         Manage and develop curricular areas and monitor teaching standards for these areas

·         Assist in the development of the Curriculum

·         Report on and discuss children’s attainment, achievement and progress with parents and any other bodies that have statutory functions

·         Be responsible for monitoring, assessing, reporting, recording and evaluation of learning experiences

·         Manage a designated budget as required

·         To adhere to all organisational policies and procedures

Job descriptions only reflect 80% of a role, and are not an exhaustive list of duties. You are expected to carry out other activities that are within the scope of the role. I am committed to making a difference

I commit to NAS aims, objectives and values. I display a positive approach in the way I work and contribute to the wider needs of the organisation and its stakeholders either directly or indirectly. At work I overcome difficulties, setbacks and pressure, to get things done because I understand the impact of autism. I recognise and encourage commitment in others. I gather and share knowledge

I seek and use information, knowledge and experience and create opportunities to share this with others. I look for new developments and keep up to date with issues which impact my work. I interpret, distil and disseminate information, in and outside the NAS, for the benefit of people with autism and other stakeholders. I manage and protect others’ personal information professionally.


I cooperate with others to work safely

I understand the health and safety risks associated with my job and work responsibly with others to reduce them. I have a positive attitude to safety that causes me to care about the wellbeing of others as well as myself. I work in partnership

I build trust and partner with colleagues, other agencies and key people to facilitate the best outcomes for the NAS and/or people with autism.  I overcome barriers and difficulties to bring people together and utilise relationships internally and externally to maximise service provision and/or the use of resources. I support colleagues to achieve our objectives. I develop people’s performance

I allocate work, agree objectives and delegate as appropriate. I understand and consistently apply performance management processes and evaluate outcomes. I am not afraid to tackle difficult issues with people/performance.  I give clear feedback and understand when and how to tell people what they need to do. I maximise individuals’ performance by coaching and supporting them to develop. I adapt to changing priorities

I adopt a flexible, proactive approach to get the job done. I am responsive to change and recognise when tasks are urgent and/or important, taking appropriate action. I prioritise activities and know when to say ‘no’.  I deal positively with last minute changes and interruptions. I look for practical solutions and know when to find different ways to achieve an objective. I achieve professional standards

I comply with legislation, regulatory standards, NAS policies and procedures and quality standards. I know where to find copies and where to get advice on them. I work in a systematic, organised and methodical way.  I accurately record, monitor and use data in accordance with laid down policies and procedures.  I use my time and resources safely and efficiently.

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