Inclusion Assistant

Job Summary
Contract Type:
Fixed Term
Working Pattern:
Part time - term time plus specified days
Advert Start Date:
Advert End Date:
02/11/2020 12:00
Band 5 £19,312 pro rata
Hours per week:
Job Category:
Schools - Support
Vacancy ID:
Employment Location:
High Tunstall School
Closing date:
2 Nov
Further Information

High Tunstall College of Science is seeking to appoint an Inclusion Assistant to work with
students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. This role will be to work as a Key
Worker for students with SEND, providing full time support across the curriculum. The successful candidate must have the ability to work with students with a wide range of complex difficulties in particular Autism and challenging behaviours. Having up to date Team Teach training is an essential part of the person specification.

If you are interested in this post, it is essential before applying that you speak directly to Fiona Stobbs, Senior Teacher- Inclusion.

High Tunstall College of Science is a true comprehensive school, which offers everything
needed to succeed: high standards, high expectations, high quality learning and teaching
and effective preparation for the challenges of a rapidly changing world. These qualities are
reflected in our learning and teaching ethos and in the wide range of enrichment activities on offer.

Our overarching vision is to inspire all our students to achieve their potential by supporting and challenging all to aspire to be the best they can. We believe in individuality and personalise the curriculum for every one of our students, so that they can achieve their highest personal goals.

The Inclusion Faculty at High Tunstall College of Science is fully committed to the principles of inclusion in its widest sense. They work with a wide range of students with additional needs and barriers to learning to ensure they have the opportunities to reach their potential. There is a strong commitment and support for professional development and future progression.

We can offer you:

• A supportive ethos that believes in both the individual and the whole
• Students that take pride in what they do and just want to learn
• A community that is fully supportive of the College
• Excellent opportunities for professional Learning and Development

The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and to
equality of opportunity. An enhanced DBS will be required.

Application forms and further details are available on our website (www.htcs.org.uk) or from
the College and should be returned to the Headteacher, Mr Mark Tilling