Special Educational Needs (SENCO) teacher (part-time)

Orchard House School

Starting date:
13 January 2020

Apply by:
27 February 2020


Come and join this thriving IAPS prep school (300 on roll) in Chiswick, West London!

This is an exciting opportunity for a qualified, driven SEN teacher to work across the school to support children both inside and outside the classroom. The SEN teacher will work closely with the other specialist SEN teachers to support SEN and EAL children. The role will involve specialist teaching to small groups and individuals, mainly in Key Stage 2, and administrative duties in relation to special educational needs across the school.

The post is offered as a permanent, part time position at 0.5 starting from 28 August 2020

Salary will be based on qualifications, experience and the successful applicant’s ability to contribute to the life of the School.

The school’s very recent inspection report (ISI, June 2015) awarded the highest grade of excellence in all respects and observed:

“Orchard House School is highly successful in meeting its aims. Pupils achieve exceptionally well throughout the school and make exceptional progress. They reach exceptional levels of attainment and their attitudes to learning are exemplary. Pupils enjoy an excellent curriculum which is interesting, exciting and stimulating.”

References will be essential. Orchard House School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including checks with past employers and the Disclosure and Barring Service.

If you wish to apply, you will need to complete the following forms (please save each file on your computer before you start completing them and then send the files to the email below):

These forms should be saved with your name within the file name and sent as attachments by e-mail, together with any additional CV and/or any scanned hand-written cover letter to jobs@orchardhs.org.uk.

The closing date to apply for this job is Friday 6 March, although an appointment may be made before this date if an early applicant proves successful.