Resource Base Teacher (SENSS)
|Organisation||Oxfordshire County Council|
|Salary Range||Main or Upper Pay Range plus SEN Allowance|
|Additional payments||SEN Allowance - £2,085 - £4,116 per annum|
The Ormerod Resource Base at The Marlborough School, Woodstock
|Hours per week||32.5|
This is an exciting opportunity join the Special Educational Needs Support Service (SENSS) in Oxfordshire.
This centrally managed, inclusion focussed service delivers advisory support to pupils with special educational needs in mainstream settings across the county. It leads on in-service training and support for a range of special educational needs for the Local Authority and operates a number of specialist resource bases attached to primary and secondary mainstream schools.
The post of Resource Base Teacher offers an opportunity for a highly specialist teacher, ideally with experience in Speech Language and Communication Needs and Autism Spectrum Conditions to work closely with a secondary resource base team, mainstream teachers and the host school. The role focusses on supporting the full inclusion of children with a range of special educational needs including communication & interaction and physical disability in the academic and social life of the host school.
We’re looking for an outstanding teacher with a passion for inclusive education. You’ll have significant experience in mainstream and SEN posts, a solid grasp of the impact of communication and interaction needs on learning and exceptional communication skills. A positive, solution focussed and enthusiastic approach is also essential.
The successful candidate will be deployed initially at the Ormerod Resource Base at The Marlborough School, Woodstock, although the appointment is to the SENSS service.
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