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Inclusion Support Worker

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Inclusion Support Worker (SEN) Huddersfield

  • Able to improve pupils’ self-management behaviours, social skills, self-awareness, confidence and skills for learning
  • Evidence of supporting a safe, welcoming and caring environment for learning and positive emotional experiences

A 'GOOD' special school in Huddersfield have recently contacted the agency to secure an Inclusion Support Worker from February half term. The successful candidate will be required on a full time basis (Mon-Fri 8:30am-3:30pm) until July 2020.

The School

Our client is part of a National Academy Trust, situated in Scissett (HD8) and is easily accessible by car and public transport. The school require a Support Worker who is confident in supporting young people with complex Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. It is important that you have previous experience supporting young people with additional needs and a sound understanding of implementing Education, Health and Care Plans.

The school provides a tailored curriculum for pupils aged 8-16, and achieved GOOD status in a recent Ofsted inspection (April 2019). The successful applicant will be joining a committed and supportive team who continue to strive for excellence.

The Role

The school are seeking an Inclusion Support Worker who will:

  • Work closely with class teachers and support staff to provide excellent levels of support for pupils
  • Develop strong working relationships with both pupils and colleagues
  • Have a caring and nurturing demeanour that will best provide for students 
  • Liaise with parents/carers and a team of key staff including Education Psychologists to deliver a holistic programme of intervention for pupils
  • Offer meaningful learning opportunities which foster independence, resilience, social communication, emotional regulation and the development of life skills

How to apply

To apply for this role, you must possess the necessary skills as listed. You must send us an up to date CV and covering letter, detailing your career history and responsibilities. The school are keen to meet with short listed candidates ASAP – so you must have availability to attend interviews and trial/shadow sessions. The role will be offered subject to our vetting and reference checks.

Working through Teaching Personnel

This role will be contracted through Teaching Personnel, meaning that any queries relating to pay, HR, vetting etc. will be processed directly through the agency. You will have access to a personal consultant who will work closely with you to negotiate pay rates, working hours and who will support you in finding your ideal role. 

To apply for the role please visit the Teaching Personnel website and click "Register"

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later

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