Oak Bank School

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OAK BANK SCHOOL

“This is an outstanding School’ Ofsted, April 2019”

We are looking to recruit exceptional new members of staff to join our outstanding staff team and maintain our status as an outstanding school.

Closing Date: 28th June 2019

As an outstanding school we are dedicated to improving the quality of education for pupils with complex social, emotional and mental health needs giving them the best possible life chances.

All offers of employment are “conditional” until a satisfactory Enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) and qualification checks have been successfully completed and satisfactory references have been received.

Oak Bank School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

Applicants are welcome to have a tour of the school prior to an interview, and are encouraged to download further information about each post and an application pack from our school website www.oakbankschool.beds.sch.uk

Telephone: 01525 374559

Email: lgrogan@oakbank.beds.sch.uk

 

Oak Bank School, Sandy Lane,

Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire LU7 3BE

Teaching Assistant & Numeracy Intervention Co-ordinator

Grade: NJC 2C (5-6) plus TLR2

Job Description:

Under the instruction and guidance of teaching staff/managers, to undertake educational activities and attend to the educational, personal and social needs of pupils in order to support their learning and development and to ensure their safety and to develop approaches to maintaining pupils who are in crisis.

To work with the Mathematics Department to support pupil progress within Numeracy, whilst providing intervention and support to targeted pupils.

To plan, co-ordinate and provide intervention and support to individuals and groups of pupils so that their learning and progress is accelerated under the direction/instruction of teaching and/or senior staff, inclusive of physical/social needs, general care.

To track and improve the learning and progress of identified pupils with additional needs.

To devise with teaching staff, and then facilitate, specific learning interventions to target improved progress in the classroom and beyond, so that academic achievement is improved.

To assist in the identification of pupils who require intervention and monitor and track the progress of pupils.

TA and Numeracy Intervention Coordinator

Application form Support Staff with Guidelines - June 2017 new

Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment Policy

Teaching Assistant & Literacy Intervention Co-ordinator

Grade: NJC 2C (5-6) plus TLR2

Job Description:

Under the instruction and guidance of teaching staff/managers, to undertake educational activities and attend to the educational, personal and social needs of pupils in order to support their learning and development and to ensure their safety and to develop approaches to maintaining pupils who are in crisis.

To work with the English Department to support pupil progress within literacy, whilst providing intervention and support to targeted pupils.

To plan, co-ordinate and provide intervention and support to individuals and groups of pupils so that their learning and progress is accelerated under the direction/instruction of teaching and/or senior staff, inclusive of physical/social needs, general care.

To track and improve the learning and progress of identified pupils with additional needs.

To devise with teaching staff, and then facilitate, specific learning interventions to target improved progress in the classroom and beyond, so that academic achievement is improved.

To assist in the identification of pupils who require intervention and monitor and track the progress of pupils.

 

TA and Literacy Intervention Coordinator

Application form Support Staff with Guidelines - June 2017 new

Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment Policy

Lead Behaviour Support Worker

Grade: CBG9 (23-27)

Job Description:

To lead and manage the work of the BSW team as directed within the agreed system of supervision

To coordinate the work of the BSW team ensuring the needs of pupils are met adequately and they are making good progress.

To direct the time of the BSW team by providing individual timetables to all staff.

To liaise with the Key Stage Leaders, Behaviour Managers, SENCO and the External Provision coordinator to ensure that pupil timetables are personalised to meet the needs of Band 5 pupils and they have access to a broad and balanced curriculum.

In collaboration with key staff ensure all Band 5 students have adequate support across the curriculum.

To oversee the Pupil Action Plans for all Band 5 pupils to ensure that Social, Emotional, Behavioural and Academic development is monitored.

To produce termly reports for the Deputy Headteacher on the pupils Social, Emotional and Behavioural development.

To produce termly reports for the Assistant Headteacher on the academic outcomes for pupils.

To oversee the formal reporting process each term and coordinate Parents Consultation day appointments.

To undertake Line Management responsibilities for the BSW team.

To contribute to the Annual Reviews of pupils to ensure needs are being met and present Oak Bank at other relevant professionals and multi-agency meetings.

To liaise with the Attendance officer to raise attendance figures for Band 5 pupils.

To coordinate a First Response Rota ensuring there are adequate staff available to support staff

To coordinate and develop the use of Internal Isolation.

To ensure the BSW area is a safe, well presented and stimulating environment conducive to learning

Lead BSW

Application form Support Staff with Guidelines - June 2017 new

Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment Policy

Behaviour Support Workers

Grade: NJC 4C (17-22)

Job Description:

To co-ordinate individual learning/behaviour programmes for identified pupils.

To develop approaches to maintaining pupils who are in crisis where their education placement is fragile and link with providing support for their re-integration as required.

To participate in designated Annual Reviews of pupils with Statements and other relevant professionals and multi-agency meetings.

To lead, plan and coordinate the delivery of individualised Literacy programmes within the provision

Behaviour Support Worker Template

Application form Support Staff with Guidelines - June 2017 new

Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment Policy

Wellbeing Mentors

Grade: NJC 4E (20-24)

Job Description:

To promote an ethos of wellbeing for staff and students across the school and support the development of an emotionally literate community.

To raise student health and wellbeing outcomes.

To increase prevention and early intervention in student mental health.

To undertake a health and wellbeing audit in order to inform action planning for the development of wellbeing across the school.

To audit wellbeing activities across the curriculum.

To contribute to the development of a Wellbeing Development Plan.

To implement and review the Wellbeing Development Plan linked to School development priorities.

To support a regular review of wellbeing in the form of formal written reports to SLT and governors.

To support and strengthen multi-agency working with local wellbeing services and facilitate their engagement in school and with individual students.

Develop and maintain areas within school that promote wellbeing.

Maintain resources in relation to wellbeing liaising with other staff as appropriate.

Manage and maintain a wellbeing budget.

Wellbeing Mentor

Application form Support Staff with Guidelines - June 2017 new

Safeguarding and Safer Recruitment Policy

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