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Job Locations UK-Somerset-Minehead
Speech and Language Therapist Location: Minehead, Somerset. Salary: £25,536.79 - £35,639.89 (FTE £27,602.00 - £38,522.00) Hours: 40 hours per week – Term time only  Welcome to Foxes Academy, a specialist college and training hotel for young people with learning disabilities, situated in the friendly seaside town of Minehead. Foxes is a very special place. We believe in changing lives and giving our students the skills, knowledge, and confidence to successfully shape their own future. Our aim is to equip our young adults with the life and hospitality skills to become work ready, life ready. The main purpose of the role:   As our Speech and Language Therapist, you work as a dynamic speech and language therapist as part of a multi-disciplinary team within the therapy service based at Aurora Foxes Academy. To provide a high standard of speech and language therapy assessment and intervention to young people, including advice and training to relevant parents, carers and professionals in line with proposed treatment plans.   Key duties:   - Provide a speech and language therapy service, which is run in an efficient manner so that young people’s needs are met effectively. - Work autonomously, managing a caseload of young people with complex needs within a special education setting. - Undertake assessment of young people with a wide range of additional communication needs. To analyse and interpret assessment findings to recommend and deliver the best course of intervention for each young person. - Provide speech and language therapy interventions, as required for individuals, groups and within education areas. - Develop, implement and review individualised speech, language and communication programmes. To enable these programmes to be delivered by others the therapist will provide accessible written guidelines and training. - Demonstrate sound understanding of clinical governance and clinical risk and to demonstrate the use of treatment plans with an evidence-based link. - Attend appropriate reviews and team meetings, promoting our culture of joint working with other disciplines and outside agencies. - Liaise and work with other relevant agencies or professionals to gain and share information as required, (medical professionals, therapists, dieticians etc.), to include attendance at appointments where necessary e.g. transitions.   Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.    
ID
2022-3288
Location : Name
Foxes Academy
Job Locations UK-Cheshire-Wilmslow, Cheshire East
SEN Teaching Assistant Location: Wilmslow, Cheshire East    Salary:£10.04 to £11.60 per hour depending on experience and qualifications  Hours: 40 hours per week – Term Time Only     The Aurora Group We’re really pleased to be opening our Aurora Summerfields School in February 2023 in Wilmslow just off the A34, with a proposed capacity of 50 students.   This will be a brand new independent specialist school for young people aged 5 to 19, who face difficulties as a result of complex communication needs typically associated with Autism spectrum conditions.  The school will mirror our ‘Outstanding’ rated Aurora Hanley School which you can read about here   Amongst a number of other new roles, we’re currently looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant to start in January 2023   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 while maintaining 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
2022-3287
Location : Name
Summerfields School
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Higher Level Teaching Assistant   Location: Cranborne, Dorset Salary:  £22,468.26 (FTE £26,499.00) Hours: 40 hours a week, Term Time Only     At Aurora Beeches, we believe in giving young people the tools and opportunities to create the lives they want for themselves. With high-quality teaching, an excellent level of individual support and a range of expert-led, integrated therapy, we support students with a range of additional learning needs to create and meet their own goals.   The main purpose of the role:   As our Higher Level Teaching Assistant, you will support our young people 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: - Take responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils according to the school’s policies, including safeguarding and PREVENT - Under the guidance of a teacher, implement learning activities and experiences, appropriate to the class group, by supporting the delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning - Establish a positive relationship with pupils in order to support them in feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn. - Work with the children and support their learning, providing further explanation where needed, and work towards - Under the guidance of the Teacher, help collate evidence and information that supports pupils’ attainment and progress. - Participate in the 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.   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   Successful candidate qualities:
ID
2022-3286
Location : Name
Beeches School
Job Locations UK-Somerset-Minehead
Location: Minehead, Somerset Salary: £10.04 - £11.60 per hour + 13% holiday pay Hours: Flexible shifts to suit you   Welcome to Foxes Academy, a specialist college and training hotel for young people with learning disabilities, situated in the friendly seaside town of Minehead. Foxes is a very special place. We believe in changing lives and giving our students the skills, knowledge, and confidence to successfully shape their own future. Our aim is to equip our young adults with the life and hospitality skills to become work ready, life ready. The main purpose of the role:   As one of our Education Learning Support Practitioners your role will be to assist our students during a range of sessions within our residential houses, classrooms and at Foxes Hotel. Your role is to help achieve our mission which is to equip young adults with learning disabilities to find sustainable employment in the hospitality sector and to live independently.   Our bank staff are able to choose what shift they want to take on, giving them a great deal of flexibility   Key duties: - You will have high expectations of all students, and to constantly challenge and stretch each student at every opportunity. - To support the students in their learning, enabling them to reach their full potential. - To professionally and effectively support with managing student behaviour, seeking further advice and guidance where appropriate. - Support every student to make progress in each session under the guidance of the tutor, and to assist the tutor in ensuring this progress is recorded, evidenced and evaluated effectively and efficiently. - To be able to creatively produce resources that will support student progress. - Respect the privacy (confidentiality) and dignity of all students and at all times adhere to the equality and diversity policy.   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
2022-3285
Location : Name
Foxes Academy
Job Locations UK-Surrey-Caterham
Position: SEN English Teacher Location: Caterham, Surrey Contract: Full-time, Permanent Salary: £29,344 - £43,360 per year (M1 - UPS2 Fringe) Hours: 40 hours per week   Closing Date: Ongoing   Caterham Education Centre   Part of the Aurora Group, Caterham Education Centre (CEC), in Caterham, Surrey is currently looking to recruit a English Teacher. CEC is a 30-place secondary/post 16 learning centre supporting young people aged 11 – 16 who have difficulties with communication and social interaction, typically associated with Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism, and challenging behaviour.    CEC is linked to Aurora Redehall School they 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 operate separately on the whole, students do cross between sites occasionally.   Key Duties: - To contribute to the delivery and development of the curriculum, having regard to the educational, physical and social needs of the students within a learning environment. - To work collaboratively with other members of staff as part of a multi-disciplinary team. - To maintain and use short, medium and long term plans in delivering the curriculum. - To set, monitor and review personalised targets that will optimise learning for each individual. - To monitor, assess, review and report on the progress and work of students to parents, team members, senior staff, examination and funding bodies through reports and identified meetings as directed and as is required through school policies and procedures. - To maintain knowledge through training and research where appropriate and take responsibility for own professional development. - To develop lesson plans analysing and self-reflecting on the outcomes. The team at Caterham are a family, they believe in working together to achieve the best for their co-workers and students alike. Naturally passionate educators, the whole team strive to exceed expectations at every opportunity. At Caterham we understand “it’s about more than education”.   For the full job description please contact Liz from the recruitment team liz.hudson@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2022-3283
Location : Name
Caterham Education Centre
Job Locations UK-Surrey-Caterham
Position: SEN Science Teacher Location: Caterham, Surrey Contract: Full-time, Permanent Salary: £29,344 - £43,360 per year (M1 - UPS2 Fringe) Hours: 40 hours per week   Closing Date: Ongoing   Caterham Education Centre   Part of the Aurora Group, Caterham Education Centre (CEC), in Caterham, Surrey is currently looking to recruit a Science Teacher. CEC is a 30-place secondary/post 16 learning centre supporting young people aged 11 – 16 who have difficulties with communication and social interaction, typically associated with Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism, and challenging behaviour.    CEC is linked to Aurora Redehall School they 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 operate separately on the whole, students do cross between sites occasionally.   Key Duties: - To contribute to the delivery and development of the curriculum, having regard to the educational, physical and social needs of the students within a learning environment. - To work collaboratively with other members of staff as part of a multi-disciplinary team. - To maintain and use short, medium and long term plans in delivering the curriculum. - To set, monitor and review personalised targets that will optimise learning for each individual. - To monitor, assess, review and report on the progress and work of students to parents, team members, senior staff, examination and funding bodies through reports and identified meetings as directed and as is required through school policies and procedures. - To maintain knowledge through training and research where appropriate and take responsibility for own professional development. - To develop lesson plans analysing and self-reflecting on the outcomes. The team at Caterham are a family, they believe in working together to achieve the best for their co-workers and students alike. Naturally passionate educators, the whole team strive to exceed expectations at every opportunity. At Caterham we understand “it’s about more than education”.   For the full job description please contact Liz from the recruitment team liz.hudson@the-aurora-group.com
ID
2022-3282
Location : Name
Caterham Education Centre
Job Locations UK-Surrey-Effingham
SEN Teacher   Location: Effingham, Surrey Salary: £29,344 - £43,360 (M1–UPS2 – London Fringe) Hours: 40 hours per week   The Aurora Group   Be a part of something new! Opened on Monday 21st February 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 GCSEs 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.   Duties will vary, for a full job description please contact Liz from the recruitment team: liz.hudson@the-aurora-group.com 
ID
2022-3281
Location : Name
Poppyfield School
Job Locations UK-Somerset-Minehead
Location: Minehead, Somerset Salary: £19,313.39 - £21,715.19 (FTE £20,875.00 - £23,471.00) Hours: 40 hours per week – Term time only plus 10 additional days   Welcome to Foxes Academy, a specialist college and training hotel for young people with learning disabilities, situated in the friendly seaside town of Minehead. Foxes is a very special place. We believe in changing lives and giving our students the skills, knowledge, and confidence to successfully shape their own future. Our aim is to equip our young adults with the life and hospitality skills to become work ready, life ready.   The main purpose of the role:   As a Care Support Worker, you will ensure you meet the personal care needs of service users in a way that respects the dignity of the individual and promotes independence.   As an employee of The Reynard Care and Support Agency your absolute priority is to safeguard the service users in our care. You must work professionally, effectively and sensitively with your team to ensure that all service users are safe and feel safe with any concerns listened to and acted upon appropriately.     Key duties:   - Assist service users who need help with getting up in the morning, dressing, undressing, washing, bathing and the toilet. - Help service users with mobility problems and other physical disabilities, including - Incontinence, and help in use and care of aids and personal equipment. - Comply with the agency's guidelines and policies at all times. - Encourage service users to remain as independent as possible. - Carry out duties in accordance with the Personal Service User plan (care plan). - Complete medication record, if applicable. - Ensure all paperwork is appropriately completed and kept up-to-date. - Support individuals in attending planned activities in the community whilst promoting individual interests.    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
2022-3279
Location : Name
The Reynard Care & Support
Job Locations UK-Somerset-Minehead
Location: Minehead Somerset Salary: £22,014.95 - £23,115.93 (FTE £23,795.00 - £24,985.00) Hours: 40 Hours per week – Term time only Contract: 12 month fixed term contract   Welcome to Foxes Academy, a specialist college and training hotel for young people with learning disabilities, situated in the friendly seaside town of Minehead. Foxes is a very special place. We believe in changing lives and giving our students the skills, knowledge, and confidence to successfully shape their own future. Our aim is to equip our young adults with the life and hospitality skills to become work ready, life ready.   The main purpose of the role:   As one of our Senior Learning Support Practitioners your role will be to assist House Team Leaders and Deputies in supporting our students in our residential houses and at Foxes Hotel. You will play a significant role in helping to achieve our mission which is to equip young adults with learning disabilities to find sustainable employment in the hospitality sector and to live independently   Key duties:   - Lead, support and guide, under the support and guidance of the House Team Leader/Deputy House Team Leader, all Student Support Practitioners (LSPs) on your shift. - Carry out the same duties as an LSP, but you will have additional responsibilities in Health and Safety. All of this will be with the support and guidance of the House Team Leader/ Deputy House Team Leader. - You will have additional responsibilities in Health and Safety. All of this will be with the support and guidance of the House Team Leader/ Deputy House Team Leader - Be in charge of a shift of workers and will take responsibility for the smooth running of the service whilst they are on duty. You will respond to emergencies and provide guidance and support to LSPs under the support and guidance of the House Team Leader/Deputy House Team Leader. You will also participate in staff induction programmes as and when required. - Take responsibility during your shift for any issues that may arise and take the appropriate action. - Have high expectations of all students, and to constantly challenge and stretch each student at every opportunity. - We expect you at all times, and under the guidance of the House Team Leaders/Tutors, to support the students in their learning, enabling them to reach their full potential. additional duties of front line supervision and monitoring of LSP’s on shift.   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
2022-3278
Location : Name
Foxes Academy
Job Locations UK-Somerset-Minehead
Location: Minehead, Somerset Salary: £24,616.59 - £27,118.31 (FTE £26,607.00 - £29,311.00) Hours: 40 hours per week – Term time only plus 10 additional days    Welcome to Foxes Academy, a specialist college and training hotel for young people with learning disabilities, situated in the friendly seaside town of Minehead. Foxes is a very special place. We believe in changing lives and giving our students the skills, knowledge, and confidence to successfully shape their own future. Our aim is to equip our young adults with the life and hospitality skills to become work ready, life ready.   The main purpose of the role:   As a Deputy House Team Leader (DHTL) we expect you to always work professionally and collaboratively with the House Team Leader, including when they may be absent.   Your absolute priority is to safeguard the students in your care. You must work professionally, effectively, and sensitively with your team to ensure that all students are safe, feel safe and are listened to with any concerns, and all concerns are acted upon appropriately. Your primary and overriding role is to ensure the health, safety, welfare, and development of all students in your house.   Key duties: - You are expected to work professionally and collaboratively with your team to motivate students and support them to make substantial and sustained progress. - We expect you to set the professional standard with your team, this includes all aspects of the teaching and learning. We therefore always expect the highest professional standards from you in all areas and without exception. - Lead, direct and develop your team proactively, effectively, and efficiently always promoting the highest professional standards. - We expect you to empower your team and instill confidence in them to ensure that in your absence the standards that you set continue professionally and effectively. - You are expected to lead your team in the effective and supportive management of student behaviour. - Guide and support any LSP working within your House/Team - Lead the House Team in the training, support, and personal development of students, and always safeguarding their health and welfare - You are expected to work professionally, collaboratively, and effectively with other Deputy House Team Leaders always, to ensure that the interests and achievements of our students are put first.   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
2022-3277
Location : Name
Foxes Academy
Job Locations UK-Dorset-Wimborne
Assistant Cook – Aurora Boveridge Location: Cranborne, Dorset Hourly Rate:£10.83 - £11.71 Annual Salary: £19,099.00 - £20,652.00 (FTE £22,532.00 - £24,352.00) Hours: 40 hours a week (8 hours per day) – some flexibility on hours – Term time only   At Aurora Boveridge College, we prepare our students for adult life, through person-centred academic and vocational study programmes leading to independent living with employment or further study. By working together, we increase resilience, confidence, self-esteem, emotional intelligence, and well-being: the cornerstones on which strong and successful long-term futures are built.   The main purpose of the role:   The support services teams are an essential pillar in enabling the children and young adults to achieve their full potential.   The role of the Assistant Cook is to prepare, cook and present home cooked food from scratch using fresh ingredients where possible and assisting the Cook with menu planning, to provide nutritionally balanced food, within budget.   With a strong emphasis on Health & Safety, you’ll be expected to ensure that the catering areas are kept clean and tidy and in collaboration with the Cook, ensure that our food service is delivered in a professional, friendly and hygienic manner.   You will undertake tasks assigned to you in regard to food preparation, cooking, cleaning, serving, and completion of Health and Safety paperwork.    
ID
2022-3276
Location : Name
Boveridge College
Job Locations UK-Remote
Position:          Financial Accountant Location:          Home working Salary:           £40,000 –£48,000   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 a Financial Accountant who will be home based but with a requirement to travel occasionally to Twigworth, Gloucestershire where our Central Office provides financial support, leadership and governance.     The Role:   Working closely with our Financial Controller, your role will be to ensure that the financial position of the company is accurately reported.   You will be tasked with: - Examining and analysing financial information. - Assisting in the preparation of the statutory accounts. - Liaising with the Financial Controller with tax advisors and external auditors. - Responsibility for fixed assets. - Reviewing balance sheet reconciliations. - Maintain the newly implemented finance system (Unit 4/Agresso). - Assist with VAT returns. - Ensure the business follows all required legislation.  This role would be a great development opportunity for someone looking to build on their accounting skills and progress their career in Financial Accounting.
ID
2022-3274
Location : Name
Remote- Home Based
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Speech and Language Therapist   Location: Aurora Eccles and White House Schools, Quidenham, Norwich, NR16 2NZ Salary: £23,711.18 - £35,772.08 per year dependant on qualifications and experience Hours: 40 hours per week, Term Time Only   Aurora White House School and Aurora Eccles School   Part of the Aurora Group, Aurora White House School and Aurora Eccles School in Quidenham, Norwich are looking for a Speech and Language Therapist. The schools provide day placements for students aged 6 to 16 years primarily with communication and interaction 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 the schools please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour   Main Purpose of the Role:   To contribute to and further develop an integrated Speech and Language Therapy service for students across both schools. To provide a dynamic service as part of a multi-disciplinary team, undertaking all aspects of Speech and Language Therapy clinical duties within the ethical framework provided by the rules of professional conduct. To provide a high standard of Speech and Language Therapy assessment and intervention to students, including advice, information and training to relevant parents, carers and professionals in line with proposed intervention plans.   Key Duties: - Providing a Speech and Language Therapy Service, which is run in an efficient manner so that students’ needs are met effectively. - To work autonomously, managing a caseload of young people with complex needs within a special education setting.  - Work with more senior Speech and Language Therapists, Clinical Lead and SLT to manage workload efficiently to provide a service which is run in an efficient manner so that young people’s needs are met effectively. - To contribute to the development of the wider service implementation plan in respect of speech and language therapy input. - To undertake autonomous assessment, including specialist assessment, of young people with a wide range of additional communication needs. - 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. - Plan, implement and review individual communication profiles as indicated and provide accessible written guidelines and programmes that can be delegated and delivered by others.  - Provide speech therapy interventions as required for individuals and groups and within education areas, providing direct and indirect interventions. - Measuring outcomes of interventions against EHCP and Annual Review outcomes and record progress and outcomes using systems identified by schools (for example Earwig) - To demonstrate sound understanding of clinical governance and clinical risk and to demonstrate the use of treatment plans with an evidence-based link. - Provide clear and concise written reports for inclusion within Annual Review Reports.  Attend and contribute to Annual Review Meetings. - Attend appropriate reviews and team meetings, promoting our culture of joint working with other disciplines and outside agencies. - To take a lead role in teaching other members of the multi-disciplinary team on relevant aspects of speech and language therapy and communication. - Use specialist software to produce easy read and accessible resources for use in classrooms and for therapy.  - Work with others to plan and implement an accessible learning environment, including the use of technology across the school, this may include the implementation of appropriate low-tech and high-tech AAC/AT or other equipment. - Provide screening assessment for prospective new students; this may include visits to other schools/residential settings. For the full job description please contact Liz from the recruitment team liz.hudson@the-aurora-group.com  
ID
2022-3273
Location : Name
Eccles School Shared Services
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Speech and Language Therapist   Location: Aurora Eccles and White House Schools, Quidenham, Norwich, NR16 2NZ Salary: £27,602 - £41,642 per year dependant on qualifications and experience Hours: 40 hours per week, Full year contract   Aurora White House School and Aurora Eccles School   Part of the Aurora Group, Aurora White House School and Aurora Eccles School in Quidenham, Norwich are looking for a Speech and Language Therapist. The schools provide day placements for students aged 6 to 16 years primarily with communication and interaction 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 the schools please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour   Main Purpose of the Role:   To contribute to and further develop an integrated Speech and Language Therapy service for students across both schools. To provide a dynamic service as part of a multi-disciplinary team, undertaking all aspects of Speech and Language Therapy clinical duties within the ethical framework provided by the rules of professional conduct. To provide a high standard of Speech and Language Therapy assessment and intervention to students, including advice, information and training to relevant parents, carers and professionals in line with proposed intervention plans.   Key Duties: - Providing a Speech and Language Therapy Service, which is run in an efficient manner so that students’ needs are met effectively. - To work autonomously, managing a caseload of young people with complex needs within a special education setting.  - Work with more senior Speech and Language Therapists, Clinical Lead and SLT to manage workload efficiently to provide a service which is run in an efficient manner so that young people’s needs are met effectively. - To contribute to the development of the wider service implementation plan in respect of speech and language therapy input. - To undertake autonomous assessment, including specialist assessment, of young people with a wide range of additional communication needs. - 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. - Plan, implement and review individual communication profiles as indicated and provide accessible written guidelines and programmes that can be delegated and delivered by others.  - Provide speech therapy interventions as required for individuals and groups and within education areas, providing direct and indirect interventions. - Measuring outcomes of interventions against EHCP and Annual Review outcomes and record progress and outcomes using systems identified by schools (for example Earwig) - To demonstrate sound understanding of clinical governance and clinical risk and to demonstrate the use of treatment plans with an evidence-based link. - Provide clear and concise written reports for inclusion within Annual Review Reports.  Attend and contribute to Annual Review Meetings. - Attend appropriate reviews and team meetings, promoting our culture of joint working with other disciplines and outside agencies. - To take a lead role in teaching other members of the multi-disciplinary team on relevant aspects of speech and language therapy and communication. - Use specialist software to produce easy read and accessible resources for use in classrooms and for therapy.  - Work with others to plan and implement an accessible learning environment, including the use of technology across the school, this may include the implementation of appropriate low-tech and high-tech AAC/AT or other equipment. - Provide screening assessment for prospective new students; this may include visits to other schools/residential settings. For the full job description please contact Liz from the recruitment team liz.hudson@the-aurora-group.com  
ID
2022-3272
Location : Name
Eccles School Shared Services
Job Locations UK-Hertfordshire-Royston
Job Title: Catering Manager Location: Meldreth, Nr Royston, Cambridgeshire/Hertfordshire border Contract Type: Permanent, Full time  Hours: 40 hours per week Salary: £30,000 - £34,320 per annum, depending on experience   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 Meldreth and Orchard Manor are based on a beautiful, 14-acre site in the village of Meldreth, near Royston, where we host 3 services which include Aurora Meldreth Manor Children’s Home, Aurora Meldreth Manor School and Aurora Orchard Manor Residential Home.   We’re currently looking for a Catering Manager to head up our onsite catering team.    The role: As a Catering Manager, you’ll lead our Catering Team in providing delicious, healthy and nutritious meals for our service users.   The role is very hands on. As well as managing the day-to-day running of the Catering Service, you’ll order, prepare, cook, deliver and possibly at times serve food.   The young people in our care largely have complex dietary requirements. You’ll take the time to understand people’s likes, needs and choices, and alongside our speech and language therapy team and suppliers, lead on developing suitable menus.   As a manager, you’ll ensure the team complies with food hygiene standards, complete the relevant checks and records, and control stock and purchases within an allocated budget.   This role has line management responsibility, in which you’ll ensure that your team is adequately inducted, trained and supported.   Being a Catering Manager for our diverse and inclusive service, is extremely rewarding. You’ll see the difference you make each and every day.
ID
2022-3271
Location : Name
Meldreth Manor and Orchard Manor Shared Services
Job Locations UK-Remote
Digital Learning Designer (12m FTC) £25,652 - £28,772? Gloucestershire/Home based   The Aurora Group   We are an innovative provider of education and care for children, young people and adults with special educational needs and disabilities. We currently run over 20 schools/colleges/care homes spread across England with over 1,000 members of staff. In the next 12 months we are planning to open a further 3 new schools.   Working from home (with expected travel to our Head office in Gloucestershire and occasional visits to our sites across the UK) we’re currently looking for a Digital Learning Administrator / Designer for an initial 12m fixed term contract (Mat cover).   Background   Two years ago we moved to a new digital learning platform (Moodle Workplace) to house and support all our staff digital training content. This includes full digital inductions, mandatory compliance training and a digital library of optional development content.   Some of our content has been built in-house and some we purchase in from 3rd party suppliers. This platform is now embedded within our organisation with basic content in place that requires occasional maintence and plenty of new content need develop moving forward.   The Role   Reporting in to our Head of Learning and Development your role will be to maintain and coordinate existing content and systems on our digital learning platform. This includes providing support to our many users and system administrators, producing pre-set timely reports and making alterations to existing content as required. You will also need to work with our 3rd party provider partners to ensure the systems we use and up to date and working correctly.   Additionally; you will design, build & implement multiple learning courses and programmes on a range of subject areas. To do this you’ll need to liaise with our various senior stakeholders and sites across the country to gather appropriate learning content and insights.  Through effective digital storytelling and the use of associated digital editing tools you’ll help create an exciting and contemporary suite of tools to help all our employees develop.
ID
2022-3270
Location : Name
Remote- Home Based
Job Locations UK-Staffordshire-Stoke-on-Trent
SEN Higher Level Teaching Assistant  Location:  Bucknall, Stoke on Trent Salary: £12.74 - £13.94p/hr (£22,468.09 to £24,577.63 actual salary per annum) Hours: 40 hours per week – Term Time Only     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. We are currently looking for an experienced Higher Level Teaching Assistant in Stoke on Trent where our 'Outstanding' rated Aurora Hanley School supports young people aged 6 - 19 with complex needs typically related to Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism,  Sensory Processing and other conditions.   The Role   As a Higher Level Teaching Assistant, your role will be to support the Class Teacher with all elements of the day to day running of the class/s and to teach whole classes, groups and individual lessons in consultation with the Class Teacher.  You’ll take the lead in the absence of a Class teacher, and assess, record and report on development, progress and attainment.   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.   Where necessary this may include supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive  management of all behaviours associated with ASC and anxiety, 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, to promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times.    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
2022-3269
Location : Name
Hanley School
Job Locations UK-Bristol-Westbury Park
Location: Westbury Park, Bristol (Free parking available on site) Hourly Rate:£10.04-£11.28ph - Linked to experience and qualifications.  Annual Salary:£20,875.00 - £23,471.00 PLUS £1000 Welcome bonus* Hours: 40 hours per week – Part time hours will be considered. Overtime is also available (currently paid at an enhanced rate)   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.   This is an exciting time to join a leading and growing organisation as part of a friendly, professional and supportive team.   Being a support worker with The Aurora Group is a genuinely rewarding career choice. We offer and pay for training and give you the opportunity to develop your career. On top of this you will earn a competitive salary and generous benefits package.   What is a Support Worker?   You will be working 1:1 with a resident on each shift. You will have the freedom to plan their day in line with their choices and wishes, enabling them to be as independent as possible.   You will be providing personal care to residents as well as supporting them in a wide range of learning, development and social activities including arts and crafts, cookery, music, gardening, swimming, shopping trips and fun social occasions.   We are looking for pro-active individuals who can demonstrate compassion, empathy and a person-centred approach to supporting our young people.   For the full job description and break down of duties, please contact Adele from the recruitment team adele.richard@the-aurora-group.com  
ID
2022-3268
Location : Name
Hyde Lodge
Job Locations UK-SGC-Pilning
Speech and Language Therapist – Hedgeway Location: Pilning, Bristol, BS35 4JN  Salary: £28,923.04 - £32,661.87 (FTE £34,102.00 - £38,522.00) Hours: 40 hours per week – Term time only   Aurora Hedgeway is a dynamic and inspiring provision for 7-19 year olds with complex communication and associated difficulties.     Putting students’ needs first, because they know that once they understand the young people’s personal needs and individual learning styles they can provide the right level of support to enable them to learn more effectively and achieve their full potential. Working with students to prepare them for adulthood, whether that be further education, training or employment.    The main purpose of the role:   The purpose of the role is to plan, provide and further develop an integrated Speech and Language Therapy service to the pupils at Hedgeway School, covering communication needs   Key duties:   - Run social communication groups for students, either directly or supervising groups run by education staff. - Carry out speech and language interventions as described in students’ statutory documentation. - Carry out baseline communication assessments for all students. - Write SMART targets for education plans; and assess and monitor progress against these targets, amending where necessary - Lead and deliver training to the education team in social communication - Carry out a whole-school classroom language audit and provide recommendations for SLT. - 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 - Attend and contribute to annual reviews, provide clear and concise written reports.   Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.
ID
2022-3267
Location : Name
Hedgeway School
Job Locations UK-Lancashire-Darwen
Location: Darwen, Lancashire Salary: £10.04 p/hr - £10.58 p/hr depending on experience Hours: We have 2 x positions.  One 20 hours per week and one 25 hours per week.  Both Term time only   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.   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 Woodlands School, and return home from school at the required time. These the routes can sometimes total and exceed 2 hours. 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. This will include carrying out your own risk assessments during your transport route, sometimes there will be instances of behaviours which challenge and you would be expected to de-escalate as required. 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
2022-3265
Location : Name
Woodlands School