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Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
THRIVE Lead Practitioner Location: Quidenham, Norwich, NR16 2NZ Salary: Actual salary £25,372.56 (£29,536 FTE)  Hourly rate: £14.20  Hours: 40 hours per week - Term Time only - Monday - Friday - 8.30am - 4.30pm   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 White House School and Aurora Eccles School   Aurora White House School and Aurora Eccles School in Quidenham, Norwich are looking for a THRIVE Lead Practitioner. The schools provide flexible day placements for students aged 6 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   The Role:   You will work within the therapy team working with the Clinical Lead in aspects of leadership and management and to take responsibility for managing, developing and embedding the THRIVE curriculum within the Primary and Secondary School.   Key duties: - To spend approximately 75% of working time pupil facing demonstrating and modelling good practice. - Work in very close partnership with and support the Clinical Lead and wider leadership team in developing school specific policies and implementing all relevant Aurora policies, leading assemblies, leading meetings as requested, support in hosting and organising whole school events such as open days and parents evening, and responding to the views, needs and requests of children, staff, parents, governors and visitors. - To be responsible for collating evidence for specific sections of the school’s self-evaluation form, especially those relating to the social and emotional support and development of the pupils. - Establish creative , responsive and effective approaches to learning and teaching and ensure a culture and ethos of challenge and support where all pupils can have a voice, achieve success, and become highly engaged in their own learning and be enabled to actively support the learning of others - To contribute to the production of accurate and quality Annual Reviews, Academic Reports and other reports when required. - Promote and model good relationships with parents and carers, which are based on partnerships to support and improve pupils’ learning and achievement. - Contribute to the development of the school as a community within the community; strengthening partnerships with families, neighbours, our local and wider community, other schools, services and the local authority   Duties will vary, for a full job description please contact Liz from the recruitment team at liz.hudson@the-aurora-group.com.
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2022-1819
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
L3 SEN Teaching Assistant   Location: Quidenham, Norwich, NR16 2NZ Salary: Actual salary £20,012.16 - £21,441.60 dependent on experience (£23,296 - £24,960 FTE)  Hourly rate: £11.20 - £12.00 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.   Our Aurora Eccles School in Quidenham, Norwich are looking for Teaching Assistants. 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 The Role:   The purpose of the Teaching Assistant is to support the children with their learning and care whilst in school and other settings. As well as developing and delivering personalised learning, you will work with colleagues to support pupils with their daily routines, transitions and positive behaviour management. A tailored approach to the individual child ensures that every student has the opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment.  The Teaching Assistant will need to support the Class Teacher with the day to day running of the class.   This is an exciting opportunity to develop your career whilst you help shape and develop our provision to achieve this.    - 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.
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2022-1795
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
L1-2 SEN Teaching Assistant   Location: Quidenham, Norwich, NR16 2NZ Salary: Actual salary £17,242.62 - £19,511.86 dependent on experience (£20,072 - £22,713.60 FTE)  Hourly rate: £9.65 - £10.92 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 White House School and Aurora Eccles School   Aurora White House School and Aurora Eccles School in Quidenham, Norwich are looking for Teaching Assistants. The schoolsprovide flexible day placements for students aged 6 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   The Role:   The purpose of the Teaching Assistant is to support the children with their learning and care whilst in school and other settings. As well as developing and delivering personalised learning, you will work with colleagues to support pupils with their daily routines, transitions and positive behaviour management. A tailored approach to the individual child ensures that every student has the opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment.  The Teaching Assistant will need to support the Class Teacher with the day to day running of the class.   This is an exciting opportunity to develop your career whilst you help shape and develop our provision to achieve this.    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.
ID
2022-1794
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Higher Level Teaching Assistant – with Cover Supervisor Responsibilities      Location: Quidenham, Norwich Salary: Actual salary £21,888.30 - £23,943.12 dependant on experience (£25,480 - £27,872 FTE)  Hourly rate: £12.25 - £13.40 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.
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2022-1793
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Higher Level Teaching Assistant   Location: Quidenham, Norwich Salary: Actual salary £21,888.30 - £23,943.12 dependant on experience (£25,480 - £27,872 FTE)  Hourly rate: £12.25 - £13.40 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. 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:   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.   - Take responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils according to the school’s policies, including safeguarding and PREVENT. - To lead in the absence of any Class Teachers across the school. - Support the day to day running of classes across the school and take the lead in the absence of a class teacher. - Select and adapt appropriate resources/methods to facilitate agreed learning activities - Reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers. - Assess, record and report on development, progress and attainment - Participate in the planning and evaluation of learning activities. - Be a role model for new staff and supervise and guide less experienced TAs. - Further professional development by engaging in reflective practices and continuous professional development and appraisal, including attending all statutory training provided by the school. - Contribute to the community life of the school by taking an active part in the preparation and celebration of both community and multi-cultural events. - Respond to the varying and changing needs of the school and undertake duties and tasks to the highest ability in order to achieve the smooth running of the school.
ID
2022-1787
Job Locations UK-Norfolk-Quidenham
Occupational Therapist - Aurora Eccles Location: Quidenham, Norwich Salary: Actual salary £22,799.57 - £27,516.72 dependant on experience (£26,540 - £32,040 FTE)  Hourly rate: £12.76 - £15.40 per hour Hours: 40 hours per week - Term Time only   Closing Date: Ongoing The Aurora Group is an innovative provider of education and care for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.   Our Aurora Eccles School in Norwich are looking for an enthusiastic Occupational Therapist to work as part of a therapy team. Aurora Eccles School provides flexible day placements for students aged 5-17 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.   We are looking for a talented and passionate person to join our united and skilled team and be part of the service’s exciting future.  As the Occupational Therapist you will make a valuable contribution to shaping the school.  To take a virtual look around our school please click here: Eccles Virtual Tour Key Roles & Responsibilities:  - To support the Occupational Therapy Service to run in an efficient manner - To take a clinical role in the assessment, planning, delivery, and reviewing of Occupational Therapy intervention options for children experiencing a variety of Special Educational needs. - To manage a caseload under supervision of a Specialist/Advanced Occupational Therapist - To contribute to, and participate in assessment the occupational, functional and sensory limitations of children within their academic and wider settings. - To contribute to in-depth assessment reports demonstrating clinical reasoning skills that are based on the analysis of findings from the assessments carried out. - To work collaboratively with the child, their support network, and other agencies, to effectively communicate the needs of the child and how these needs can be best met. - To deliver individualised interventions as outlined within the child’s EHCP and identified through Occupational Therapy assessment. - To contribute to the design and delivery of group interventions based around sensory motor intervention, emotional regulation, and fine/gross motor skills. - To advise and source, where appropriate, specialist equipment believed to help address the occupational needs of the child or young person. - To liaise effectively with senior managers, SENCO and all teaching staff such that best practice is evidenced throughout the whole curriculum. - To attend multi-disciplinary team meetings, annual reviews and team around the child meetings to communicate profession-specific knowledge concerning the difficulties of the children - To maintain independently clear written records or reports of intervention using agreed protocols and in line with the code of professional conduct. Please note that duties will vary and you must expect to lend a hand where required. For a copy of the full job description please email: Liz.hudson@the-aurora-group.com
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2021-1714