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Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Job Title: Assistant Cook Location: Quidenham, Norwich, NR16 2NZ Contract Type: Permanent, Term time plus 2 weeks (40 weeks worked) Hours: 35 hours per week, Mon – Fri Salary:  £9.86 - £10.58 per hour (subject to experience)  Actual Salary:£15,809.03 - £16,963.44 per year (£20,508.80 - £22,006.40 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 an Assistant Cook 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 in the preparation and cooking of food for our students as well as oversee our food service.  You will work closely alongside our Cook and Catering Manager to help create menus and raise orders for supplies, whilst 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 food preparation, cooking, cleaning, serving, completion of Health and Safety paperwork.  
ID
2021-1605
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
SEN Teaching Assistant Location: Meldreth, Nr Royston, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £9.15-£10.42ph per hour depending on experience and qualifications Hours: Full time - 40 hrs per week, Mon - Fri. Term time only    The Aurora Meldreth Manor School   We are currently looking for a Teaching Assistant to join our school team in Meldreth Manor School, supporting young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
ID
2021-1599
Job Locations UK-Gloucestershire-Twigworth
Employee Relations Advisor (Part time) Location:             Home based (with some expected travel) Salary:                  £28K - £30K (£14K- £15K pro rata) dependent upon experience Hours:                  20hrs per week (with flexibility on specific days / times)   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’re currently looking for an Employee Relations Advisor to support the delivery of an effective and efficient Employee Relations Service across the Group.   The Role:    Due to our exciting and continued growth; the workload within Employee Relations is naturally increasing across the group.   Reporting to our Employee Relations Partner; you will act as the first HR point of contact for Line Managers for their people management issues such as; sickness absence, probation, grievance, disciplinary and capability.   Additionally; you’ll support investigating managers to ensure investigations are robust and carried out in a timely manner and provide support for our regional HR Administrators to ensure hearing documents (letters, papers for hearing, guidance for Chair) are produced to the appropriate standard.   The role will also give you the opportunity to guide, coach and train line managers in the development of their people management skills.   In collaboration with the wider HR teams; you’ll also play a key role in the development and maintenance of HR policies, procedures and toolkits and provide support on the delivery of ER projects
ID
2021-1597
Job Locations UK-Gloucestershire-Berkeley
Location: Berkeley, South Gloucestershire   Salary: £45,343.00 - £50,151.00 (L4-L8) Hours: 40 hours per week Closing Date: 6th December 2021   Aurora Severnside is a 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.   The main purpose of the role:   We are looking for an inspirational and engaging Deputy Headteacher who shares our commitment and vision in providing an ambitious and therapeutic, person-centred learning environment for our students with SEMH needs.   Working collaboratively with the Headteacher and the Leadership Team, you will have knowledge, experience, and interpersonal skills to develop our school in accordance with it’s shared values and our school development plans.   Within our structure, the Deputy Head will take responsibility for whole school Curriculum oversight, pupil assessment and performance, and quality assurance of teaching, learning & assessment standards. This will include line management of education staff and oversight of exams and awarding bodies.   We are an organisation who will also support you as an individual to fulfil your potential. We therefore seek a dedicated and passionate individual to lead in the operational running of the school and to further develop the quality of education provided at Severnside.   Key duties: - Deputise and undertake overall responsibility for the school in the absence of the Headteacher and on any other occasions where required. - Hold strategic responsibility for the schools educational provision, including pupil assessment – their attainment and progress, also curriculum planning, development and provision, and pupil employability, including careers, work experience, and examinations. - Work with the Headteacher to ensure that the aims, values and objectives of the school are achieved through an effective School Development Plan. - Ensure that all staff adhere to national standards and regulation. - Carry out staff appraisals as designated by the Head. - Manage and oversee the effectiveness of the TA group, including competencies, observations and feedback, deployment, and in-service development. - With the Headteacher, to share responsibility for Child Protection and Safeguarding of all pupils. - With the Headteacher, to have responsibility for the general welfare, discipline and behaviour of all pupils.   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
2021-1596
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Speech and Language Therapist (SaLT) – Meldreth Manor School Position: Speech and Language Therapist Location: Meldreth, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: Up to £26,500 per year Hours: Full time, 40 hours per week over 52 weeks of the year Closing Date:  Ongoing Aurora is an innovative provider of education and care for children, young people and adults with profound and complex needs, including ASD. We are currently looking for a talented and passionate Speech and Language Therapist to join our team at Meldreth Manor School and be a key player in our further development. Meldreth Manor School and Children’s Home provide education, care and therapeutic support for children aged 6-19 years with severe and profound communication, cognitive and physical difficulties associated with conditions such as cerebral palsy, autism, brain injury and degenerative disorders. It is one of the few provisions in the country that offers this level of highly specialist support and therapeutic intervention. The role is a challenging, but exciting one, and will require you to be adaptive in providing communication and feeding support according to the individual needs of the young people we support.  The post will combine clinical and administrative duties. You will work as part of an interdisciplinary team. You will be working independently or alongside others to deliver therapy programmes and support to individuals and small groups.  The post holder will provide speech and language therapy services in response to identified needs. These needs are identified through assessment and as set out as part of a Statement of Special Educational Needs or Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP), to enable children and young people to fulfil their potential in all aspects of their lives. Key Duties & Responsibilities: - Manage and prioritise caseload according to individual need, to ensure equitable service delivery. - Work with the Clinical Lead and SLT to manage workload efficiently. - Produce timely and concise clinical recording, maintaining confidentially and the safe storage of both written and digital data. - Gain thorough knowledge of relevant background information and conduct comprehensive baseline communication assessments of all pupils and share this with the multidisciplinary team. - Produce communication aims for Individual Education Plans, in conjunction with the multidisciplinary team. - Plan and implement individual communication programmes and provide accessible written guidelines which can be delegated and delivered by others. - Regularly monitor and review outcomes for communication aims/programmes and modify as required - Work with the SLT and wider team to develop and maintain Personal Communication Passports for all students. - Attend and contribute to annual reviews, provide clear and concise written reports. - Liaise and work with other relevant agencies or professions to gain and share information as required, (medical professionals, therapists, dieticians etc), to include attendance at appointment where necessary e.g. transitions. - Contribute to and attend multi-disciplinary meetings such as behaviour support planning - Work alongside the Speech and Language Therapy assistant to develop a range of communication supports. - Use specialist software to produce grid-based communication systems and accessible resources. - Consult with others to identify and implement appropriate AAC/AT equipment. - Work with others to plan and implement an accessible environment, including the use of technology across the school. - Model good practice in terms of total communication techniques (e.g. signing, symbol use, language modification, intensive interaction). - Provide speech therapy interventions, as required for individuals, group and within the classroom. - Make referrals for specialist assessment or advice regarding dysphagia as necessary. - Undertake relevant learning and development to maintain CPD through self-directed study, network links, CEN membership, training and supervision. - Maintain clinical expertise in relevant fields. - Provide screening assessment for prospective new students; this may include visits to other schools/residential settings. - Recognise own professional boundaries with the role and when to seek appropriate guidance. - Provide supervision and support to Speech and Language Therapy assistants or other assistants as required
ID
2021-1583
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Support Worker, Meldreth Manor - No Experience Needed  Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £9.15ph to £10.20ph (linked to competency and qualifications) PLUS £1000 Welcome Bonus*  Hours: 4 week rota pattern – Ave 40hrs per week. Where possible we will also consider flexible shift patterns to suit you (PT hours also available) Training: Full training provided and once passed probation we will support and fund studying the Level 3 diploma in Residential Child Care   We are currently looking for a number of Support Workers in Meldreth, Nr. Royston (South Cambridgeshire / North Hertfordshire border), where our Aurora Meldreth Manor children’s home and school provides education, care and therapeutic support for children and young people aged 9-19 years with severe and profound communication difficulties associated with conditions such as cerebral palsy, autism, brain injury and degenerative disorders.   Key Duties - Providing exceptional high levels of care during all daily activities such as washing, dressing, socialising, learning, washing/personal care. - Assisting with therapy sessions such as hydrotherapy and rebound therapy. - Communicating effectively and building strong relationships that will empower the children and young adults are free to grow and develop - Ensuring that the environment is safe, supportive and enjoyable - Helping develop their learning and social skills wherever possible    
ID
2021-1581
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Children's Night Care Worker Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston - Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £9.15ph to £10.20ph (linked to competency and qualifications) + a night supplement of £25 per night shift worked + £1000 Welcome Bonus*  Hours: 4 week rota pattern of 14 shifts (8:45pm to 8:15am) – Ave 40hrs per week. Where possible we will also consider flexible shift patterns to suit you. Training: Full training provided and once passed probation we will support and fund you studying the Level 3 diploma in Residential Childcare   We are currently looking for a number of Night Care Workers in Meldreth, Nr. Royston (South Cambridgeshire / North Hertfordshire border), where our Aurora Meldreth Manor children’s home and school provides education, care and therapeutic support for children and young people who have severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties resulting in complex learning needs.   The Role:   At night; your role will be to provide the highest level of care for our children and young adults; from assisting them in getting ready for bed (including washing/changing), encouraging a healthy sleeping pattern where possible and of course regularly checking all of those in your care at regular intervals through the night and dealing with any incidences that occur. - Providing exceptional high levels of care for our children and young adults - Assisting with getting them ready for bed which will include washing and changing - Encourage a healthy sleeping pattern where possible - Checking on the children and young adults at regular intervals throughout the night and dealing with any difficulties - Ensuring that medical needs are met at all times - Ensuring that the environment is safe, supportive, calm and happy Please note that the role may require participation in physical intervention and personal care routines.   This is a waking night position; so in the quiet periods you will also be expected to get involved in some light housekeeping duties (such as loading the dishwasher and keeping the environment tidy).   With full training and continued support you will take responsibility for ensuring that all their medical needs are met including the administration and recording of prescribed medication.   The key to this role will be your ability to communicate effectively, build trusting relationships and provide the support required to enable our children and young adults to become more autonomous.  
ID
2021-1580
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Care Worker, Meldreth Manor - No Experience Needed!  Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £9.15ph to £10.20ph (linked to competency and qualifications) Plus £1000 Welcome bonus *  Hours: 4 week rota pattern – Ave 40hrs per week. Where possible we will also consider flexible shift patterns to suit you (PT hours also available) Training: Full training is provided and once passed probation we will support and fund you completing Level 3 diploma in Residential Child Care   We are currently looking for a number of CareWorkers in Meldreth, Nr. Royston (South Cambridgeshire / North Hertfordshire border), where our Aurora Meldreth Manor children’s home and school provides education, care and therapeutic support for children and young people aged 9-19 years with severe and profound communication difficulties associated with conditions such as cerebral palsy, autism, brain injury and degenerative disorders.   Key Duties - Providing exceptional high levels of care during all daily activities such as washing, dressing, socialising, learning, washing/personal care. - Assisting with therapy sessions such as hydrotherapy and rebound therapy. - Communicating effectively and building strong relationships that will empower the children and young adults are free to grow and develop - Ensuring that the environment is safe, supportive and enjoyable - Helping develop their learning and social skills wherever possible    
ID
2021-1579
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Children's Night Support Worker Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston - Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary:£9.15ph to £10.20ph (linked to competency and qualifications) + a night supplement of £25 per night shift worked + £1000 Welcome Bonus*  Hours: 4 week rota pattern of 14 shifts (8:45pm to 8:15am) – Ave 40hrs per week. Where possible we will also consider flexible shift patterns to suit you. Training: Full training provide and once passed probation we will support and fund you studying the Level 3 diploma in Residential Childcare    We are currently looking for a number of Night Support Workers in Meldreth, Nr. Royston (South Cambridgeshire / North Hertfordshire border), where our Aurora Meldreth Manor children’s home and school provides education, care and therapeutic support for children and young people who have severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties resulting in complex learning needs.   The Role:   At night; your role will be to provide the highest level of care for our children and young adults; from assisting them in getting ready for bed (including washing/changing), encouraging a healthy sleeping pattern where possible and of course regularly checking all of those in your care at regular intervals through the night and dealing with any incidences that occur. - Providing exceptional high levels of care for our children and young adults - Assisting with getting them ready for bed which will include washing and changing - Encourage a healthy sleeping pattern where possible - Checking on the children and young adults at regular intervals throughout the night and dealing with any difficulties - Ensuring that medical needs are met at all times - Ensuring that the environment is safe, supportive, calm and happy Please note that the role may require participation in physical intervention and personal care routines.   This is a waking night position; so in the quiet periods you will also be expected to get involved in some light housekeeping duties (such as loading the dishwasher and keeping the environment tidy).   With full training and continued support you will take responsibility for ensuring that all their medical needs are met including the administration and recording of prescribed medication.   The key to this role will be your ability to communicate effectively, build trusting relationships and provide the support required to enable our children and young adults to become more autonomous.  
ID
2021-1578
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Children's Night Support Worker Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston - Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary:£9.15ph to £10.20ph (linked to competency and qualifications) + a night supplement of £25 per night shift worked + £1000 Welcome Bonus*  Hours: 4 week rota pattern of 14 shifts (8:45pm to 8:15am) – Ave 40hrs per week. Where possible we will also consider flexible shift patterns to suit you. Training: Full training provided and once passed probation we will support and fund you studying the Level 3 diploma in Residential Childcare    We are currently looking for a number of Night Support Workers in Meldreth, Nr. Royston (South Cambridgeshire / North Hertfordshire border), where our Aurora Meldreth Manor children’s home and school provides education, care and therapeutic support for children and young people who have severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties resulting in complex learning needs.   The Role:   At night; your role will be to provide the highest level of care for our children and young adults; from assisting them in getting ready for bed (including washing/changing), encouraging a healthy sleeping pattern where possible and of course regularly checking all of those in your care at regular intervals through the night and dealing with any incidences that occur. - Providing exceptional high levels of care for our children and young adults - Assisting with getting them ready for bed which will include washing and changing - Encourage a healthy sleeping pattern where possible - Checking on the children and young adults at regular intervals throughout the night and dealing with any difficulties - Ensuring that medical needs are met at all times - Ensuring that the environment is safe, supportive, calm and happy Please note that the role may require participation in physical intervention and personal care routines.   This is a waking night position; so in the quiet periods you will also be expected to get involved in some light housekeeping duties (such as loading the dishwasher and keeping the environment tidy).   With full training and continued support you will take responsibility for ensuring that all their medical needs are met including the administration and recording of prescribed medication.   The key to this role will be your ability to communicate effectively, build trusting relationships and provide the support required to enable our children and young adults to become more autonomous.  
ID
2021-1577
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Support Worker, Meldreth Manor - No Experience Required  Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £9.15ph to £10.20ph (linked to competency and qualifications) PLUS £1000 welcome bonus *  Hours: 4 week rota pattern – Ave 40hrs per week. Where possible we will also consider flexible shift patterns to suit you (PT hours also available) Training: Full training provided and once past probation we will support and fund you studying the Level 3 diploma in Residential Child Care   We are currently looking for a number of Support Workers in Meldreth, Nr. Royston (South Cambridgeshire / North Hertfordshire border), where our Aurora Meldreth Manor children’s home and school provides education, care and therapeutic support for children and young people aged 9-19 years with severe and profound communication difficulties associated with conditions such as cerebral palsy, autism, brain injury and degenerative disorders.   Key Duties - Providing exceptional high levels of care during all daily activities such as washing, dressing, socialising, learning, washing/personal care. - Assisting with therapy sessions such as hydrotherapy and rebound therapy. - Communicating effectively and building strong relationships that will empower the children and young adults are free to grow and develop - Ensuring that the environment is safe, supportive and enjoyable - Helping develop their learning and social skills wherever possible    
ID
2021-1576
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
L3 Qualified Support Worker, Orchard Manor Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £9.90ph to £10.35ph (linked to competency and qualifications) PLUS £1000 Welcome bonus*  Hours: 4 week rota pattern – Ave 40hrs per week. Where possible we will also consider flexible shift patterns to suit you (PT hours also available)   Have you got a passion for helping and empowering others? Are you wanting a career with progression and great benefits whilst making a difference?   Rated CQC Outstanding Aurora Orchard Manor are seeking compassionate and dedicated people to support our young people on a full or part time basis.   Set within 14 aces, Orchard Manor in Meldreth, Nr. Royston offers a supportive living and learning environment for young adults with severe and profound learning difficulties.     The Role:   As a Level 3 Qualified support worker you will be highly involved in personal care, this is supporting our young people with all aspects of personal hygiene including toileting, dressing and maintain their personal appearance.   As well as supporting with their medical needs you will also get involved in helping with the young adults therapies such as rebound therapy or hydrotherapy in our newly renovated pool. We also have sensory gardens, forestry school and rooms dedicated to art, music and much more.   Independence is prompted wherever is possible, the adults will often run their own days with what they like to do, so you could be helping make things in the sites enterprise scheme, going on shopping trips, taking part in forestry lessons or even going to the pub!!  
ID
2021-1575
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
L3 Qualified Support Worker, Meldreth Manor Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £9.90ph to £10.35ph (linked to competency and qualifications) PLUS £1000 Welcome bonus*  Hours: 4 week rota pattern – Ave 40hrs per week. Where possible we will also consider flexible shift patterns to suit you (PT hours also available)   We are currently looking for a number of Support Workers in Meldreth, Nr. Royston (South Cambridgeshire / North Hertfordshire border), where our Aurora Meldreth Manor children’s home and school provides education, care and therapeutic support for children and young people aged 9-19 years with severe and profound communication difficulties associated with conditions such as cerebral palsy, autism, brain injury and degenerative disorders.   Key Duties - Providing exceptional high levels of care during all daily activities such as washing, dressing, socialising, learning, washing/personal care. - Assisting with therapy sessions such as hydrotherapy and rebound therapy. - Communicating effectively and building strong relationships that will empower the children and young adults are free to grow and develop - Ensuring that the environment is safe, supportive and enjoyable - Helping develop their learning and social skills wherever possible    
ID
2021-1574
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Bank SEN Children's Support Workers- Day or Night Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £9.15- 10.20ph (linked to competency and qualifications) + 13% + Night supplement £25 per shift Hours: Choose from a range of shift times that will suit any needs   Aurora Meldreth Manor   Situated in the village of Meldreth, just ten miles south of Cambridge, on the Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border. Meldreth Manor provides education, care and therapeutic support for children and young people who have severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties resulting in complex learning needs.    Set within 14 acres, our site provides extensive space for learning, developing and living in an environment where we have a range of incredible facilities that include:  - Music and Art Rooms - Rebound Therapy - Hydrotherapy - Hard and soft outdoor space - Forestry School - Adapted Kitchens - Enterprise Schemes - Sensory Rooms  As one of our Bank Support Workers, you will work with our children and young people who have varying degrees of special educational needs and disabilities. Your aim is to promote their confidence and independence and support them to lead a fulfilling life.   This is an incredibly challenging yet rewarding role, where being willing to lend a hand wherever required is essential.   Experience isn’t essential, the drive and compassion to empower and transform lives is.   Our bank staff are able to choose what shift they want to take on, giving them a great deal of flexibility when deciding to work days over nights, or weekdays over weekends.    You will have a chance to work with a supportive team whose common goal is to empower and support wherever is required.    Key Duties: - Provide exceptional high levels of care during all daily activities such as washing, dressing, socialising, learning, washing/personal care and ensuring care during the night. - DESIRABLE but not essential- Level 3 in Residential Child Care  - Ensuring that medical needs are met at all times - Assisting with therapy sessions such as hydrotherapy and rebound therapy. - Communicating effectively and building strong relationships that will empower the children and young adults are free to grow and develop - Ensuring that the environment is safe, supportive and enjoyable   
ID
2021-1573
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Bank SEN Adult Support Workers - Day or Night - Orchard Manor - Meldreth nr Royston Location: Meldreth, Nr. Royston, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Salary: £9.15 - £10.20ph (linked to competency and qualifications) + 13% + Night supplement £25 per shift Hours: Choose from a range of shift times that will suit any needs    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 needs.    Set within 14 acres, our site provides extensive space for learning, developing and living in an environment where we have a range of incredible facilities that include:  - Music and Art Rooms - Rebound Therapy - Hydrotherapy - Hard and soft outdoor space - Forestry School - Adapted Kitchens - Enterprise Schemes - Sensory Rooms As one of our Bank Support Workers, you will work with our young adults who have varying degrees of special educational needs and disabilities. Your aim is to promote their confidence and independence and support them to lead a fulfilling life.   This is an incredibly challenging yet rewarding role, where being willing to lend a hand wherever required is essential.   Experience isn’t essential, the drive and compassion to empower and transform lives is.   Our bank staff are able to choose what shift they want to take on, giving them a great deal of flexibility when deciding to work days over nights, or weekdays over weekends.   You will have a chance to work with a supportive team whose common goal is to empower and support wherever is required.    Role Requirements  - Provide exceptional high levels of care during all daily activities such as washing, dressing, socialising, learning, washing/personal care and ensuring care during the night. - Ensuring that medical needs are met at all times - Assisting with therapy sessions such as hydrotherapy and rebound therapy. - Communicating effectively and building strong relationships that will empower the children and young adults are free to grow and develop - Ensuring that the environment is safe, supportive and enjoyable
ID
2021-1572
Job Locations UK-Lancashire-Leyland
Location: Leyland, nr Preston, Lancashire Salary: £9.62  Hours: 20 hours per week – 42 Weeks per year   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   As our Driver/Escort, your role will be to provide a safe, efficient and effective transportation service for pupils who use Aurora services, acting within Aurora and statutory guidance at all times to ensure the safety, health and welfare of pupils at all times.   You will be required to collect pupils on a daily basis (am and pm) from their place of residence and transport them to the Aurora Brambles School, and return home from school at the required time.   You must ensure a safe and compliant service of transportation of pupils, in line with the statutory driving legislation and Aurora policies and procedures in relation to health and safety and safeguarding.   It will also be your responsibility to inspect, clean and maintain transportation vehicles in line with Aurora policies and procedures.   Key Duties - Ensure pupils arrive at school on a daily basis in time for registration - Report any safeguarding concerns on arrival at school to the Safeguarding Manager - Maintain driver safety by driving within the speed limit at all times and ensuring all passengers wear seat belts - Maintain vehicle log record on a daily basis - Any other reasonable duties commensurate with the role - Return pupils home at the required time - Work in partnership with key staff to ensure risk assessments are up to date - Build positive, trusting and professional relationships with children to support safe transportation. - This role requires lone working and may include travelling across the motorway network.
ID
2021-1511
Job Locations UK-Staffordshire-Stoke-on-Trent
Location: Bucknall, Stoke on Trent Salary: £25,714 - £36,961 (M1 - M6) 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 Primary Teacher for our Nurture classes.   The role / key duties   As our Nurture 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 11-15, 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 KS3-4 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
2021-1425