Service Care Solutions Ltd
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Specialist Support Worker- SEND

, Plan, prepare and deliver learning activities for individuals and groups of pupils under
the professional direction and supervision of a qualified teacher and/or external
SEND & Inclusion specialist , differentiating and adapting learning programmes to
suit the needs of individual pupils;
, To work with children and young people who have extremely complex or additional
needs and in some instances life limiting conditions;
, Supply specialist support with direction and guidance from SEND & Inclusion
Specialists, allowing pupils to access the curriculum and to participate fully in school
activities;
, Coaching /Assisting classroom and Learning Support Assistants within schools in
area of specialism
, Advise on appropriate ways of delivering specialist programmes including frequency
and methods of delivery.
, Advise on appropriate activities, techniques and resources including modelling their
use.
, Share relevant teaching materials electronically and recommend appropriate
resources
, Advise on monitoring progress and adapting programmes and targets.
, To safely maintain records of involvement with schools and monitor and evaluate
pupils progress.
, Write short reports on interventions and pupil progress when appropriate
, Contribute to the evaluation of the effectiveness of the support provided.
, This role will provide support to pupils who have communication difficulties and also
where English is not the first language;
, Assess, record and report on development, progress and attainment as agreed with
school staff and/or SEND & Inclusion Managers;
, Contribute to and implement SEN Support plans
, Monitor and record pupil responses and learning achievements, drawing any
problems which cannot be resolved to the attention of the teacher and SEND &
Inclusion Manager, to support future interventions.
, Plan and evaluate specialist learning activities with the teacher, including the SEND
& Inclusion manager, writing reports and records and providing focussed
personalised provision as required;
, Select and adapt appropriate resources/methods to facilitate agreed learning
activities;
, Ongoing guidance and support to pupils in their social development and their
emotional well-being, reporting problems to the appropriate person;
, Establish and maintain relationships with families, carers and other professionals,
e.g.

speech therapists;
, Provide short term cover of classes on a regular timetabled basis.

The minimum
expectation on a weekly basis would be to cover half a day.
, Supervise the work of other support staff/trainees;
, Be responsible for the preparation, maintenance and monitoring of stocks of
materials and resources;
, Invigilate examinations and tests if appropriate;
, C-CARD Training
, Accompany teaching staff and take responsibility for pupils on visits, trips and out of
school activities as required;
, On-going guidance and support pupils in their personal, emotional and social
development;
, Prepare and present displays as appropriate;
, Supervise individuals and groups of pupils throughout the day, including supervision
in the classroom, playground and dining areas and out of lesson times, including
before and after school and at lunchtimes but not as a supervisory assistant;
, Assist pupils with eating, dressing and hygiene, as required, whilst encouraging
independence;
, Provide basic first aid and if appropriate referral to health service in emergency
cases;
, Support pupils to develop their skills of independence, resilience and confidence;
, Contribute to and assist in planning, organising and implementing individual
development plans for pupils (such as SEN support plans), including attendance at, and contribution to reviews;

Requirements:
- Enhanced DBS
- Right to work
- NNEB (Cache)
- Btec diploma childhood studies
- NVQ level 3 in childcare and Education/ Early years education

If interested please contact DAYNA on 01772 208964.