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The SpLD Test Evaluation Committee (STEC)
We are seeking a psychologist to join the SpLD Test Evaluation Committee who is:
- A registered practitioner with the HCPC and
- Chartered (British Psychological Society)
STEC is a standard-setting group concerned with the diagnostic assessment of specific learning difficulties in higher educational settings. The authority for this committee and its remit stem from the SpLD Working Group 2005/DfES Guidelines. The committee seeks to extend the principles of good practice contained in the Guidelines across all age ranges and throughout the professions.
If you are interested please send to Hilary Dinham at firstname.lastname@example.org as WORD or PDF documents by the end of June:
- a full CV
- at least one anonymised diagnostic report for DSA completed within the last year
- a brief statement of how you consider you would contribute to the work of STEC
- evidence of relevant CPD in past three years.
Closing date: 30 June 2015
Dulwich Prep London
A Specialist Teacher is needed to provide literacy, numeracy, fine motor and social skill support to children in Years 1-3. The teacher will have specific responsibility, together with the Head of Learning Support, for boys in Year 3 with additional needs. This will involve screening all children in Year 3 for possible specific learning difficulties and monitoring those boys with additional learning needs in Year 3. They will work alongside class teachers, liaise with external professionals, teach individuals and small groups, provide some in class support and work with parents to support their children’s needs.
Applicants must hold a recognised specialist dyslexia qualification in working with students with Dyslexia / SpLD and have experience in delivering specialist intervention to students with specific learning difficulties.
For further details, including a Job Description and an Application form, please visit the Vacancy section on the School ‘s website at www.dulwichpreplondon.org
Closing date: Monday 1st June 2015
Dulwich Prep London is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening and training appropriate to the post, including checks with past employers and an enhanced criminal records check with the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Teaching Position (SENDCo) available at Wynstones
Wynstones is a coeducational private Steiner school for children 3-19 south of Gloucester city.
The post of full-time SENDCo in the Middle and Upper School will become available on retirement the current postholder in August.
Training and experience in SEND (SpLD) including management of access for examinations are part of the SENDCo post.
Experience in successful teaching of Upper School students (14-18) and an interest in and/or experience of Steiner Waldorf education desirable.
Job description and application form available from email@example.com. Post will remain open until filled.
Marlborough Primary School
Required for Autumn Term 2015
Special Educational Needs Centre Teacher
Closing Dates: Wednesday 20th May 2015. Interviews on either Thursday 21st or Friday 22nd May 2015
Salary: Main Scale plus SEN Allowance at £4034.00
Contract type: Permanent
Contract term: Full Time / (Part Time at 0.8FTE negotiable)
We are looking to appoint an experienced and enthusiastic Special Needs Teacher for our Centre which caters for up to sixteen children who have Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD).
Candidates will need to have at least two years teaching experience and be able to demonstrate:
- Excellent classroom practice
- High expectations of the pupils and a commitment to raising standards
- A willingness and desire to learn
- Enthusiasm and motivation
- Experience of and particular interest in meeting the needs of children with SEN
We can offer:
- A positive and welcoming ethos
- Enthusiastic and responsive children
- Supportive parents and governors
- Excellent opportunities for professional development
Marlborough Primary School and Nursery is a popular three-form entry community school situated in Isleworth, Middlesex. Our intake of pupils reflects a culturally rich and diverse community and we have a strong reputation for offering an inclusive, broad and balanced curriculum for all our learners.
Application packs and more details about our school are available on our website: http://www.marlboroughschool.net/our-school/vacancies-training/vacancies
Visits to the school are warmly welcomed and advised. For appointments please contact the school office on 020 8560 3978 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Marlborough Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful applicants will be asked to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure from the Disclosure & Barring Service.
Part-time Specialist Teachers – Hull and Scarborough
Fixed term to 26 February 2016
Salary: £28,100 per annum full time, paid pro-rata for 10 hours per week (actual annual salary £7,025) (40 hours per week full time equivalent) or 20 hours per week (actual annual salary £14,050) (40 hours per week full time equivalent)
Dyslexia Action are recruiting 7 Specialist Teachers to work on a Department for Education funded project known as ‘Sound Check’, that supports the delivery of Key Stage 1 Phonics Teaching in Hull and Scarborough.
We are looking for term time only teachers holding a specialist dyslexia qualification to join our team from 7th September.
The position would suit someone who is flexible and highly motivated.
You will be working with staff and volunteers in the nominated Sound Check schools to deliver specialist teaching and apprentice style mentoring to equip the Schools with the skills to deliver the Sound Check Intervention independently.
Delivery will take place in identified primary schools for 5 hours within the school day (9am to 3pm), for 2 or 4 days per week.
An application form and job description can be found on our website.
Apply by post to Recruitment, Dyslexia Action, Dyslexia Action House, 10 High Street, Egham, Surrey TW20 9EA
Apply by email to email@example.com
Closing date: Friday 12 June 2015
Interviews: Friday 26June 2015 at the Dyslexia Action Hull Centre
If you want to discuss the role please contact Mary Robinson on 07966 456371
Dyslexia Action is an Equal Opportunities employer.
A DBS enhanced disclosure will be required for this post.
Egerton Rothesay School
Specialist teacher (SpLD)
From September 2015
Part time (0.6/0.8)
ERS provides specialist support within a small and caring environment for
pupils with additional needs, including SpLD.
We are looking for a part-time teacher (0.6/0.8) to provide SEN specialist
teaching throughout the school from Years 3 – 14 in both Mathematics and
Applicants must hold a recognised specialist qualification in teaching
students with SpLD/Dyslexia, ideally to Level 7, and have the ability to deliver
specialist intervention to students with a broad range of literacy/numeracy
difficulties on a 1:1 basis.
Salary according to qualifications and experience
Egerton Rothesay School is committed to safeguarding children and
successful candidates will be subject to a Disclosure & Barring Service