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Would you like to join a school at an exciting time in its development? Are you pupil focused and committed to making a difference? If so then we are the school for the next stage of your career.
Grange Park School is an autism specific provision for children ages 11 to 19 located in a purpose built school in Wrotham. We are due to open a satellite KS2 provision located in Stansted village 3 miles from the main school site after Easter.
Currently judged as “good” by Ofsted, we are ambitious and are well placed to becoming outstanding. We are committed to providing our pupils with the best possible learning opportunities and supporting them in their development.
Grange Park is part of KSENT a collaboration of 24 special schools in Kent. This includes CLASS the Collaborative Learning Alliance. This creates numerous training and development opportunities, shared working practices and career progression.
We are looking to appoint a flexible, organised and enthusiastic Learning Mentor, with excellent interpersonal and communication skills to work at our Wrotham site.
This contract is initially offered from April 2019 until August 2020, but could be extended as the school is at an exciting time of expansion. During Spring 2019 we will be opening a primary provision in Stansted village, which will accommodate 36 pupils in Key Stage 2, aged between 9-11 years.
Kent Range 3 plus a Special Needs Allowance of £1,257 per annum.
The school offers comprehensive training in autism, exceptional CPD support and development opportunities through our Co-operative Trust of SEN schools.
Currently judged as “Good” by Ofsted, the school is very well placed to becoming Outstanding and is oversubscribed.
A full job description and person specification is attached.
The successful candidate will embrace the special ethos of the School, and the role will provide an opportunity to take Grange Park School into this next exciting phase and beyond.
Grange Park School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Appointment to this post is subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). Including the barred list, as well as other pre-employment checks outlined in Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2018.
All references will be taken up before interview.
Grange Park School is committed to the positive promotion of equal opportunities for all.
Grange Park School in Wrotham is a day special school committed to making a difference for 114 pupils aged between 11 and 19 who have an Autism Spectrum Condition and associated learning difficulties.
The school is at an exciting time of expansion and in September 2019 we will be opening a primary provision in Stansted village, situated 4 miles from the main school site. This new primary site will accommodate 36 pupils in Key Stage 2, aged between 9-11 years.
Class sizes at the Wrotham site are between 11-12 pupils with a teacher and 2 learning mentors.
At the Partnership colleges learning mentors are supporting individual students or small groups of students aged 16-19 years in the college tutor groups / classrooms and out in the community.
Grange Park School and all its personnel are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. The post is subject to an enhanced Disclosure application to the Criminal Records Bureau and ISA Registration, plus verification of the right to work in the UK.
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