This is a role in an independent, SEN specialist school as a Curriculum Developer for the Formal Pathway. This role will include developing a subject specific curriculum for children with mild to severe learning difficulties. This plan for the students learning should be based around the national curriculum for History, Geography, Science, Art, PSHE and D+T.
It is essential that the successful candidate has experience planning and delivering a curriculum to students with SEN and are able to adapt schemes of learning to reflect the challenges of a variety of needs. It is also essential that you have a good working understanding of how SEN students learn and can embed this within the curriculum to ensure that all students are able to progress academically.
Although your initial focus will be academic, there is scope in the future to have more vocational and horticultural input in terms of implementing and designing 'forest' and 'animal care' curriculums.
This job will be based around 20-30 working hours a week, with only a portion of this spent in school to help ease the transition of classes on to your new curriculum. This means most of your working hours will be remote if that suits you best.
This is a Jewish, independent, SEN provision looking to hire staff with experience and expertise. They want to consider staff from all faiths and backgrounds to help lead the school forward and ensure that all of the students in attendance receive the best possible education.