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Job Locations UK-Surrey-Effingham
Location: Effingham, Surrey Salary: £26,948 - £41,295 (M1 – UPS2 – London Fringe) Hours: 40 hours per week, Term time only   The Aurora Group   Be a part of something new! Opening in early 2022, The Aurora Poppyfield School is an innovative new provider for 11-16 year old pupils with Special Educational Needs. We have taken a mixed academic approach to create an environment where young people can achieve their own goals and thrive - be that with GSCEs or a vocational route.   We are currently seeking to recruit a Qualified Teacher to join our team of professionals in the rewarding task of shaping this exciting new provision, right from the very start.   The role / key duties   As our Class Teacher; your role will be to provide high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and sensory experiences through the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum to a small classroom of ASD and SEMH students, aged 11-16, to enable them to achieve their full potential in all areas of learning.   To facilitate this, you’ll be expected to plan and deliver lessons following the curriculum that’s tailored to each student and assist with the day to day running of the school.   Additionally you’ll supervise and provide support and guidance to our Teaching Assistants and Higher Level Teaching Assistants and play a key role in their Professional Development Reviews.   Naturally, you will take responsibility for implementing school policies and practices, including those relating to safeguarding and equality of opportunity and will be expected to work in partnership with all school staff, parents, carers and other agencies in providing for the academic, spiritual, moral, social, emotional and cultural well-being of students and their families.   Like many SEN environments; your duties are likely to vary and therefore candidates will need to be flexible and be able to lend a hand whenever required.
ID
2021-1678
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Location: Cranborne, Dorset Salary: £52,000 Hours: 40 hours per week   Aurora are an innovative provider of education and care, aim to always work in partnership with each child, young person and adult to deliver personalised education, care and support. Aurora Boveridge College is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, sitting in 16 acres of listed gardens and a wider 50 acre campus - it is a truly incredible place to work.    To take a virtual tour around our site, click here; Boveridge Virtual Tour   The main purpose of the role:   To use psychological models and practices to enhance the learning, cognitive and emotional skills of young people in order to prepare them for adult life and independent living. To provide direct support for other staff so they can respond to young people’s communication and behaviour to reduce reliance on staff or other adults   Key duties: - To assess the psychological needs of young people through the most appropriate strategy or approach for that person. - To liaise with external professionals involved in the care of young people. - To engage with a multi-disciplinary practice to co-ordinate behaviour support provision so that it is effectively delivered to meet young peoples’ needs. - To provide training and guidance to staff on such issues as behaviour support, mental health and communication. - To contribute to the training and support needs of families. - Develop and deliver appropriate therapeutic group interventions. - Provide tailored individual interventions to young people when required. - Provide progress reports, treatment evaluations and risk assessments where appropriate for Multi-disciplinary and High Priority Group meetings.   Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.   For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the Recruitment Team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2021-1677
Job Locations UK-Lancashire-Leyland
Location: Leyland, nr Preston, Lancashire  Salary: £8.95-£10.20ph depending on experience and qualifications (plus 13% holiday pay) Hours:Flexible shifts to suit you      Aurora Brambles School is an independent day school in Lancashire providing specialist education for young people with Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties (SEMH).     The main purpose of the role:    The purpose of the Teaching Assistant is to support the children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment. Where necessary this may include supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive behaviour management adopting a tailored approach to the individual child.    Key duties:   - Participate in the planning and evaluation of learning activities.   - Provide meaningful feedback on pupil attainment and progress.  - Support the teacher in monitoring, assessing, recording and reporting pupils’ progress according to the school’s policies in order to monitor and foster pupils’ progress in all areas of learning.  - Support positive behaviour and concentration levels of the children and adapt own behaviour and responses to any change or escalations in behaviour of the children.  - Promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development and British values within the PSHE policy across the whole school.  - Promote pupils’ cognitive, social, emotional, behavioural, physical development and spiritual well-being through a whole Day Curriculum. 
ID
2021-1676
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Location: Cranborne, Dorset Salary: £9.15-£9.90 per hour + £15 per night shift worked   Hours: 8.45pm-8.15am- 4 on 4 off shifts- average of 43.75 hours per week. Part time hours will also be considered.   Aurora are an innovative provider of education and care, aim to always work in partnership with each child, young person and adult to deliver personalised education, care and support. Aurora Boveridge College is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, sitting in 16 acres of listed gardens and a wider 50 acre campus - it is a truly incredible place to work.    All staff rally together as a family to ensure that the young people are supported and empowered to be the best they can be.   To take a virtual tour around our site, click here; Boveridge Virtual Tour   The main purpose of the role:   As a waking night support worker you will directly support our young people in their evening activities, sports or hobbies both on and off site.    - Interact, support and monitor all those in your care at regular intervals through the night. - Support, and participate in evening leisure activities with our young people. - Support the young people to adopt a healthy sleeping pattern where possible. - Ensure the medical needs of the young people are met at all - Support the young person to develop independence skills such as budgeting, shopping, and cooking as well as taking care of their clothes, bedrooms, personal belongings, accessing the wider community and using public transport part of learning independent living skills. - Support relationships and communication between young people, parents, family, friends, guardians and external agencies involved in their lives. - Keep records accurately and up-to-date - Ensure safeguarding and health and safety procedures are followed at all times  Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.    For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team Adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2021-1675
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Location: Cranborne, Dorset  Salary:  £9.15-£9.90 per hour  Hours: 40 hours per week, Term time only    The main purpose of the role:    This role is essential to the support and development of our young people being successful and achieving in a safe and caring learning environment. Role holders will build a professional & trusted relationship with the young people which put their health, safety and overall development first. This role will include supporting our teaching staff to deliver on a daily basis a broad and balanced curriculum for our young people both on and off site. Flexibility is key in this role and may include working 1:1 with a student when required, or supporting in class working with a small group. Positive behaviour management is an important part of the role.    Key duties:    - Take responsibility for Safeguarding and promoting the welfare or our young people according to the college’s policies, and discharge your duties under the Prevent agenda.  - Work alongside the teaching staff to support our young people in their learning, providing further explanation to individuals where needed.  - Support our young people to identify, meet and exceed their education targets.  - Implement and support positive behaviour throughout the college, adapting own behaviour and responses when required to meet individual needs.  - Ensure all documentation is completed correctly for recording of accidents, incidents, or health & safety as per the college’s policies.  - Assist the young people in attending a wide range of group activities, ensuring that their choices are respected and appropriate social interactions and friendships are encouraged  - Ensure that practice at all times implements and follows the young person’s Educational/Learning Approaches; Placement/Care plan; Behaviour Support plan, and Communication/Sensory strategies      Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.    For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com 
ID
2021-1674
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Job Title: Team Leader – Meldreth Manor Essential Criteria: Level 3 Diploma in Residential Childcare Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston - Cambridgeshire / Hertfordshire Contract Type: Permanent, full time contract  Hours: Full-time – 40 hours per week - Shifts Salary: £11.80 per hour  Closing Date: 10th December 2021 Aurora Meldreth Manor This is a great opportunity for someone with Care experience and qualiications - We are currently looking for Team Leader in Meldreth (Nr. Royston), where our Aurora Meldreth Manor Children’s home provides care and therapeutic support for children and young people age 6-19 years with severe and profound communication difficulties associated with conditions such as cerebral palsy, autism, and degenerative disorders.    Find out more about the amazing work we do - Residential Children’s Home for Special Needs Meldreth, Cambridge (theauroragroup.co.uk) 
ID
2021-1673
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Job Title: Chef Manager Location: Quidenham, Norwich, NR16 2NZ Contract Type: Permanent, Term time plus 4 weeks (42 weeks worked) Hours: 40 hours per week, Mon – Fri  Actual Salary:££20816.83 - £22,667.21 per year plus £1,500 management allowance (£22,500 - £24,500 FTE)   The Aurora Group The Aurora Group is an innovative provider of education and care for children, young people and adults with special educational needs and disabilities.   We are currently looking for a Chef Manager in Quidenham, Norwich for our Eccles School   Our school provides support for children with a variety of additional needs but primarily young people with autism spectrum disorders and social, emotional and mental health challenges. The learning environment and facilities here allow students to access a varied curriculum in a calm and nurturing environment and the team strives to give every student the confidence and opportunities to achieve their full potential.   To take a virtual look around our school please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour   The role: Your role will be Ensure the prompt and efficient preparation and service of all meals within budget and to the required standards, adhering to any specific dietary requirements of the student. At all times operate in a way that ensures the cleanliness and hygiene of the kitchen and catering equipment/utensils is of the highest standard   - Plan, or assist in the planning of, menus, within budget and ensuring that dietary requirements and preferences are taken into account as well as particular preparation requirements such as liquidising/placement of food items. - Prepare, cook and serve meals/snacks at the required times and to the required standard adhering to menu plans, recipes, ingredients and portion control. - Ensure that Statutory Regulations pertaining to the safe and hygienic operation of the kitchen and ancillary areas are adhered to by self and others including correcting practice of others where necessary. - Maintain accurate records of food supplies and freezer/fridge temperatures and ensure effective stock rotation, stock levels and management of use by dates. - Where service Assist in the planning of and participate in the rotas and with orders ensuring that deliveries are checked for accuracy and stored as appropriate. - Ensure all work areas and surfaces are as clean and tidy as is practicable at all times and especially at the end of the day/shift and ensure that all equipment/utensils/crockery etc. is appropriately stored to ensure it remains clean and fit for use. - Take all necessary steps to ensure maximum security of the kitchen, store, office and any cash and any other areas within the Kitchen/catering environment. - Carry out any reasonable request by management. - Where appropriate in line with requirements of the provision, undertake line management of other members of catering team and deputise for line management. - Organise and prepare any special functions which may sometimes be outside normal working hours. - Spot and report defects and damage and suspend from use any equipment etc. where this does not meet the required standards. - To report and where possible take action for any incidents of accident, fire, loss, theft, damage, unfit food or other irregularities. - To attend meetings and training courses as may be necessary from time to time  
ID
2021-1672
Job Locations UK-Bristol-Westbury Park
Location: Westbury Park, Bristol Salary: £29,016.00 - £31,200.00 Hours: 40 hours per week Contract: 12 month FTC   Rated CQC ‘Outstanding, Aurora Hyde lodge is situated close to the city centre and offers a supported living and learning environment for young adults aged 19+ with severe and complex learning difficulties.    The main purpose of the role:   The role is about supporting your House Manager and deputising in their absence, in leading a team to maintain a stable, happy and caring environment that puts the health, safety, development and welfare of our children and young people first. To provide appropriate physical and emotional support to children and young peoples in residence through the work of a care team within a residential environment.   Key duties: - Monitor performance and behaviour of team ensuring they are putting policy and procedure into practice and are performing to expected standards and within the Aurora Values. - Ensure that all members of the team receive supervision and appraisals to the required standard, at the correct time and appropriately recorded. This includes helping to identify young people or team training needs and ensuring those are met. - Ensure that communication between senior management, other sources and your team, in all directions, is effective, positive and professional, appropriate to the audience and uses the required level of confidentiality. - Do everything possible to safeguard our young people from any form of abuse from employees, visitors or each other and ensure staff follow the company policy/procedure. - Promote equality, acknowledging young people’s differences and uphold their rights. Respect the responsibilities of young people and employees and challenge any discriminatory practice. - Support effective planning, preparation, supervision and assessment of all routines within the working day curriculum including production of plans and reports. - Ensure correct procedures are followed by all the team to support the young people in their domestic and personal situations, enabling them to do as much for themselves as they possibly can, to promote independence   Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.   For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2021-1671
Job Locations UK-Gloucestershire-Berkeley
Teaching Assistant – Level 1-2- Aurora Severnside School   Location: Berkley, South Gloucestershire    Salary: £9.15-£10.42ph  Hours: 40 hours per week – Term Time Only      Aurora Severnside is a bespoke new school for 11-16 year olds with SEMH needs, having taken the best elements of a mainstream school and the best elements of a special school to create an environment where young people can achieve their own goals and thrive - be that with GSCEs or a vocational route.    Aurora Severnside is a school that aims to empower young people to aspire and achieve their goals.     The main purpose of the role:    The purpose of the Teaching Assistant is to support the children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment. Where necessary this may include supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive behaviour management adopting a tailored approach to the individual child.    Key duties:    - To establish a warm, caring and supportive relationship with pupils in order to support them feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn during their time at the School.  - To promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times.  - To contribute to providing high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and experiences through supporting the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning.  - Support the Class Teacher in all areas of the day to day running of the class  - To respond to the varying and changing needs of the school and adapt to any task presented to achieve the smooth running of the school.  - To promote pupils’ cognitive, social, emotional, behavioural, physical development and spiritual well-being.  - Demonstrate a proven ability to work collaboratively within a multi-professional team  - Under the guidance of a more senior TA or a teacher, ensure all documentation is completed correctly for records of incidents, health, behaviour etc. as necessary    Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.     For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com 
ID
2021-1670
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Part Time Speech and Language Therapist   Location: Cranborne, Dorset Salary: £21,121.16 (FTE £35,193.60) Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday’s- 24 hours per week (8 hours per day) – 52 weeks a year Contract: Maternity cover till February 2022    Boveridge College is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, sitting in 16 acres of listed gardens and a wider 50 acre campus - it is a truly spectacular place to work. The staff pull together to achieve a common goal of empowering their young people through learning, they strive to exceed expectations wherever possible.   To take a virtual tour around our site, click here; Boveridge Virtual Tour   The main purpose of the role:    To work as a Speech and Language Therapist as part of a multi-disciplinary team within the therapy service based at Aurora Boveridge College. The post holder is required to provide a high standard of speech and language therapy assessment and intervention to children and young people, including advice and training to relevant parents, carers and professionals in line with proposed treatment plans.   Key Duties:   To undertake autonomous assessment of young people with a wide range of additional communication needs attending the college. - To analyse and interpret assessments to recommend and deliver the best course of intervention for each child. - To formulate, evaluate and review individualised speech and language therapy treatment plans, using clinical reasoning skills and utilising a wide range of treatment options to formulate a specialised programme of care. - Provide speech and language therapy training, support and advice to members of the multidisciplinary teams. - Delivery of both direct and indirect speech and language therapy interventions. Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.    For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com 
ID
2021-1669
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Physiotherapist- Orchard Manor Location: Meldreth, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £25k - £31k Hours:  40 Hours per week   We are currently looking for a Physiotherapist to work on a permanent basis at Orchard Manor. Situated in the village of Meldreth, just ten miles south of Cambridge, on the Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border. Orchard Manor offers a supportive living and learning environment for young adults who have severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties resulting in complex learning and physical needs   Main Purpose of the role: To provide specialist physiotherapy assessment, treatment and management to young adults with a learning disability and complex needs. The Physiotherapist will work in collaboration with each young person, their network of care, mainstream health services and the multidisciplinary team to enhance, optimise and maintain the young people’s physical presentation, function and quality of life.  
ID
2021-1668
Job Locations UK-Surrey-Smallfield
Position: SEN Teaching Assistant Location: Smallfield, Surrey Salary: Actual salary £16,948.20 - £19,293.78 dependant on experience and qualifications (£19,988.80 - £22,755.20 FTE)  Hourly rate: £9.61 - £10.94 per hour   Hours: 40 hours per week, 8.30am-4.30pm, flexibility within these hours is essential and you are required to work till 5pm one day a week for staff training and meetings. Term time only - 38 weeks per year.   The Aurora Redehall:   Aurora Redehall School supports children aged 6-11 years with communication difficulties typically associated with Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism.   We are linked to Aurora Caterham Education Centre and share the same Headteacher and Senior Management Team, however each site has its own Assistant Head and team of Teachers and TAs. Although the sites are linked students will not cross between the two as they operate separately.   To take a virtual look around our school please click here: Aurora Redehall
ID
2021-1667
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Higher Level Teaching Assistant – with Cover Supervisor Responsibilities      Location: Quidenham, Norwich Salary: Actual salary £20,994.90 - £23,049.72 dependant on experience (£24,440 - £26,832 FTE) Hourly rate: £11.75 - £12.90 per hour Hours: 40 hours per week - Term Time only - Monday - Friday - 8.30am - 4.30pm (5pm on Thursday, extra half hour taken off on another day) The Aurora Group: The Aurora Group is an innovative provider of education and care for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.   Aurora Eccles School   Our Aurora Eccles School in Quidenham, Norwich are looking for a Higher Level Teaching Assistant with Cover Supervisor responsibilities. Aurora Eccles School provides flexible day placements for students aged 11 to 16 years with communication and associated difficulties or specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia. Some may be on the autistic spectrum or have anxieties and difficulties that create barriers to learning.   To take a virtual look around our school please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour   Main Purpose of the Role:   This role is essential to the support and development of our young people being successful and achieving in a safe and caring learning environment. This role will include covering timetabled lessons for our teaching staff, delivering on a daily basis a broad and balanced curriculum for our young people  - Cover lessons in the absence of the timetabled teacher. - In accordance with set cover work, deliver lessons which are appropriate to the age and ability of the students so as to facilitate progression in students’ learning. - Ensure that teaching is broad, balanced, relevant, motivational and appropriately differentiated in order to maximise the academic potential of all students. - Ensue that the resources required to effectively deliver the covered lessons are available. - Promote and maintain discipline in accordance with the rules and behaviour policy of the academy. Provide feedback that moves learning forward. - Manage resources effectively and ensure classrooms are left tidy and ready for the next lesson. - Collect completed work at the end of the lesson and return it to the appropriate teacher / subject leader. - Provide objective and accurate feedback to the appropriate colleague on student conduct and work completion within the lesson. - Support individual students or small groups, including those with individual needs, as identified by the subject leader. - Supervise students on visits, trips and out of school activities. - Maintain records as requested by the subject leader. - Support students throughout the day by fulfilling pastoral responsibilities. - Attend meetings / training and carry out administrative tasks and duties as specified on the academy calendar. - Contribute to decision-making and consultation procedures. - Report any safeguarding concerns immediately to a Designated Safeguarding Lead.
ID
2021-1665
Job Locations UK-Lancashire-Darwen
Location: Darwen, Lancashire Salary: £11.75 - £12.90 per hour Hours: 40 hours per week, Term time only   The Aurora Group   The Aurora Woodlands School is an 'Good' ratedinnovative provider of education and care, supporting young boys aged 10 - 19 with complex needs typically related to Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism and other conditions.   We’re currently looking for an experienced Higher Level Teaching Assistant to join us at our beautiful woodlands surrounded school in Darwen. The purpose of the Higher Level Teaching Assistant is to support the Class Teacher with all elements of the day to day running of the class and to teach whole classes, groups and individual lessons in consultation with the Class Teacher on a regular basis across a range of classes.   The role / key duties   As our Higher Level Teaching Assistant; your role will be to assist in providing high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and sensory experiences through the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum to a small classroom of ASD and SEMH students, aged 11-16, to enable them to achieve their full potential in all areas of learning.  To facilitate this, you’ll be expected to know and understand the Class Teacher’s curriculum planning and to plan, prepare and deliver assigned programmes of teaching and learning activities to individual, small groups and/or classes modifying and adapting activities as necessary within agreed systems of supervision.   Additionally you’ll support the day to day running of classes across the school and take the lead in the absence of a Class teacher, and assess, record and report on development, progress and attainment.   Naturally, you will take responsibility for ensuring a high standard of personal care for the pupils, carefully monitoring the health and well-being of the pupils informing the care staff, medical staff and any other relevant professionals of any concerns. Like many SEN environments; your duties are likely to vary and therefore candidates will need to be flexible and be able to lend a hand whenever required.
ID
2021-1664
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Job Title: Catering Assistant Location: Quidenham, Norwich, NR16 2NZ Contract Type: Permanent, Term time plus 2 weeks (40 weeks worked) Hours: 20 hours per week, Mon – Fri Salary: £9.09 - £9.49 per hour (subject to experience) Actual Salary:£8,328.26 - £8,694.74 per year (£18,907.20 - £19,739.20 FTE)   The Aurora Group The Aurora Group is an innovative provider of education and care for children, young people and adults with special educational needs and disabilities.   We are currently looking for a Catering Assistant in Quidenham, Norwich for our Eccles School   Our school provides support for children with a variety of additional needs but primarily young people with autism spectrum disorders and social, emotional and mental health challenges. The learning environment and facilities here allow students to access a varied curriculum in a calm and nurturing environment and the team strives to give every student the confidence and opportunities to achieve their full potential.   To take a virtual look around our school please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour   The role: Your role will be to assist within the catering department of the site by ensuring that all food is prepared to an excellent standard and that Food Hygiene and Health and Safety standards are adhered to at all times.    With a strong emphasis on Health & Safety, you’ll be expected to ensure that the catering areas are kept clean and tidy and that our food service is delivered in a professional, friendly and hygienic manner.   You will undertake tasks assigned to you in regards to basic food preparation, cleaning, serving, completion of health and safety paperwork.  
ID
2021-1663
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Job Title: Catering Assistant Location: Quidenham, Norwich, NR16 2NZ Contract Type: Permanent, Term time plus 2 weeks (40 weeks worked) Hours: 35 hours per week, Mon – Fri Salary: £9.09 - £9.49 per hour (subject to experience) Actual Salary:£14,574.45 - £15,215.79 per year (£18,907.20 - £19,739.20 FTE)   The Aurora Group The Aurora Group is an innovative provider of education and care for children, young people and adults with special educational needs and disabilities.   We are currently looking for a Catering Assistant in Quidenham, Norwich for our Eccles School   Our school provides support for children with a variety of additional needs but primarily young people with autism spectrum disorders and social, emotional and mental health challenges. The learning environment and facilities here allow students to access a varied curriculum in a calm and nurturing environment and the team strives to give every student the confidence and opportunities to achieve their full potential.   To take a virtual look around our school please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour   The role: Your role will be to assist within the catering department of the site by ensuring that all food is prepared to an excellent standard and that Food Hygiene and Health and Safety standards are adhered to at all times.    With a strong emphasis on Health & Safety, you’ll be expected to ensure that the catering areas are kept clean and tidy and that our food service is delivered in a professional, friendly and hygienic manner.   You will undertake tasks assigned to you in regards to basic food preparation, cleaning, serving, completion of health and safety paperwork.  
ID
2021-1662
Job Locations UK-Staffordshire-Stoke-on-Trent
Location: Bucknall, Stoke-on-Trent    Salary: £9.90 -£10.65 Hours: 40 hours per week – Term Time Only     The Aurora Group   The Aurora Hanley School is an 'Outstanding' ratedinnovative provider of education and care, supporting young people aged 6 - 19 with complex needs typically related to Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism and other conditions.   We’re currently looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant - Level 2.   The Role / Key duties:   As our new Teaching Assistant, your role is to support our children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment. Where necessary this may include supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive behaviour management adopting a tailored approach to the individual child. You will be expected to establish a warm, caring and supportive relationship with pupils in order to support them feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn during their time at the School, and to promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times. You will support the class teacher and contribute to providing high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and experiences through supporting the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning. Like many SEN environments; your duties are likely to vary and therefore candidates will need to be flexible and be able to lend a hand whenever required.  
ID
2021-1661
Job Locations UK-Surrey-Effingham
Location: Effingham, Surrey Salary: £6,185 - £6,700 Hours: 8 hours per week, Term time only   The Aurora Group   Be a part of something new! Opening in early 2022, The Aurora Poppyfield School is an innovative new provider for 11-16 year old pupils with Special Educational Needs. We have taken a mixed academic approach to create an environment where young people can achieve their own goals and thrive - be that with GSCEs or a vocational route.   We are currently seeking to recruit a Speech and Language Therapist for 8 hours per week (increasing as the cohort grows), to join our team of professionals in the rewarding task of shaping this exciting new provision, right from the very start.   The role / key duties   As our Speech and Language Therapist; your role will be to work as a part of a multi-disciplinary team by making initial and ongoing assessments of our students speech, language and social communication skills, develop, implement and review communication programmes, and deliver speech and language therapy interventions, direct and indirect, 1:1 or in small groups, as appropriate.   To facilitate this, you’ll be expected to plan, deliver, review and adapt a social communication intervention across the school wth a predominant focus on delivering therapy in small groups, by creating visual supports such as Social Stories, visual timetables, etc, and promote a total communication approach across the service.   Additionally you’ll supervise and provide support and guidance to our therapy assistants and support staff where appropriate.   Naturally, you will take responsibility for writing professional assessment reports following assessments and progress reports for annual review of EHCP, and contribute to the development of the wider service implementation plan in respect of the speech and language therapy input.
ID
2021-1660
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Location: Cranborne, Dorset Salary: £9.15-£9.90 per hour plus 13% holiday pay + £15 per night shift worked   Hours: Choose from a range of shift times that will suit any needs   Aurora are an innovative provider of education and care, aim to always work in partnership with each child, young person and adult to deliver personalised education, care and support. Aurora Boveridge College is set in an area of outstanding natural beauty, sitting in 16 acres of listed gardens and a wider 50 acre campus - it is a truly incredible place to work.    All staff rally together as a family to ensure that the young people are supported and empowered to be the best they can be.   To take a virtual tour around our site, click here; Boveridge Virtual Tour   Our bank staff are able to choose what shift they want to take on, giving them a great deal of flexibility.   The main purpose of the role:   As a waking night support worker you will directly support our young people in their evening activities, sports or hobbies both on and off site.    - Interact, support and monitor all those in your care at regular intervals through the night. - Support, and participate in evening leisure activities with our young people. - Support the young people to adopt a healthy sleeping pattern where possible. - Ensure the medical needs of the young people are met at all - Support the young person to develop independence skills such as budgeting, shopping, and cooking as well as taking care of their clothes, bedrooms, personal belongings, accessing the wider community and using public transport part of learning independent living skills. - Support relationships and communication between young people, parents, family, friends, guardians and external agencies involved in their lives. - Keep records accurately and up-to-date - Ensure safeguarding and health and safety procedures are followed at all times  Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.    For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team Adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2021-1659
Job Locations UK-SGC-Pilning
Bank Teaching Assistant   Position: Teaching Assistant Location: Pilning, Bristol BS35 4JN Salary: £9.15 to £11.50 per hour depending on experience and qualifications (plus 13% holiday pay) Hours: Flexible hours available including 9.30am-2.30pm shifts    We are currently looking for Bank Teaching Assistant in Pilning, South Gloucestershire where our Aurora Hedgeway School provides flexible specialist education for children and young people aged 7-19 with communication and associated difficulties.   Our students may be on the autistic spectrum, have Asperger’s Syndrome or other difficulties that impact their emotional health and wellbeing and create barriers to learning.      As a Bank Teaching Assistant you will have the flexibility to choose working days that suit your life style.   The main purpose of the role:   The purpose of the Teaching Assistant is to support the children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment. Where necessary this may include supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive behavior management adopting a tailored approach to the individual child.    Key Duties:   - To establish a warm, caring and supportive relationship with pupils in order to support them feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn during their time at the School. - To promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times. - To contribute to providing high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and experiences through supporting the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning. - Support the Class Teacher in all areas of the day to day running of the class - To respond to the varying and changing needs of the school and adapt to any task presented to achieve the smooth running of the school. - To promote pupils’ cognitive, social, emotional, behavioral, physical development and spiritual well-being. - Demonstrate a proven ability to work collaboratively within a multi-professional team - Under the guidance of a more senior TA or a teacher, ensure all documentation is completed correctly for records of incidents, health, behavior etc. as necessary  Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.    For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com 
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2021-1658