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Teaching Assistants 

 

Experience is not necessary but we look for people with energy, enthusiasm and a positive attitude. Every day is different so we need people who are resilient and work well as part of a team.

 

For applicants with substantial experience we could offer a TA Level 2 or TA Level 3 position.

 

Applicants will be invited to spend a day in school. The day will be spent in three classes and will cover the range of students we have in the school. This is your opportunity to experience the role of a teaching assistant in a special school but also for our staff to evaluate how you work with students across the age and ability ranges.

 

The next stage of the process is a formal interview and if you are successful the offer of a job subject to satisfactory references.

 

Please be aware that, at Woodlands, we take Safeguarding children very seriously and checking the appropriateness of potential staff to work with children is a routine part of our recruitment process.

 

Closing date - Friday 22nd November 2019

Visits to the school - Week beginning 25th November 2019

Interviews - Tuesday 3rd December 2019

 

Woodlands School

Vacancy for a Teacher for January 2020

 

Due to expansion we are looking for innovative and enthusiastic teachers to join our dedicated team. Woodlands is an outstanding (Ofsted 2016) secondary special school. The school is committed to the provision of high quality education for young people aged between 11- 19 with severe, profound and complex learning needs.

 

We are looking for people who:

  • Have experience in working with children with Severe Learning Difficulties, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties and Complex Needs, Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs or Autistic Spectrum Condition.
  • Are outstanding practitioners with a commitment to raising standards
  • Have desire to learn and thrive when faced with new challenges
  • Have good organisational and communication skills
  • Work well as part of a team
  • Are emotionally resilient and a reflective practitioner  
  • Have enthusiasm, energy and creativity
  • Have experience of working with young people with special needs (desirable but not essential).

 

Woodlands can offer:

  • Fantastic students who enjoy school, are keen to learn and are proud to attend Woodlands
  • A senior leadership who are innovative, driven and focused on teaching and learning.
  • A hardworking, friendly and supportive staff team
  • A comprehensive induction and CPD programme 
  • A strong and committed governing body
  • Opportunities for development as a leader

 

If you have any further enquiries please contact Mrs Debbie Foolkes on 01582 572880. Please email completed applications to:

 

debbie.foolkes@woodlands.luton.sch.uk

 

Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged as is a visit to our website: www.woodlands.luton.sch.uk and The Official Woodlands Secondary School Facebook page.

 

 

Please be aware that, at Woodlands, we take Safeguarding children very seriously and checking the appropriateness of potential staff to work with children is a routine part of our recruitment process.

 

Work Experience Lead

 

 We are looking for someone to work with our Post 16 students to provide external work experience opportunities. The successful candidate will have good community links and experience of working with SEN students.

 

The role is a part-time (2 days) but could be made up to full time working as a class based practitioner in the FE Department.

 

The successful candidate will have:

  • A desire to learn and take on new challenges
  • Good organisational and communication skills
  • Work well as part of a team
  • A commitment to every child, regardless of disability, achieving their potential
  • Enthusiasm, energy and creativity
  • A commitment to Safeguarding children and young people.

 

If you have any questions please contact Mrs Debbie Foolkes on 01582 572880.

 

Please email completed applications to:

debbie.foolkes@woodlands.luton.sch.uk.  

 

Visits to the school are welcomed and encouraged as is a visit to our website: www.woodlands.luton.sch.uk and The Official Woodlands Secondary School Facebook page. 

 

Please be aware that, at Woodlands, we take Safeguarding children very seriously and checking the appropriateness of potential staff to work with children is a routine part of our recruitment process.             

                                                                                                                                 

Work Experience Lead Application Pack

Midday Supervisory Assistants

for September 2019

We are looking to recruit MDSAs to support in classes over the lunchtime period (11.45 - 14.00 Monday - Friday). The role involves supporting students over lunchtime, playground duty and supporting with personal care.

 

If you are interested please see the job description and complete the application in the section below. 

 

Please be aware that at Woodlands, we take Safeguarding children very seriously. Checking the appropriateness of potential staff to work with children is a routine part of our recruitment process.

 

Closing Date: 4th October 2019

Visits to the school: Week beginning 7th October 2019

Interviews: Week beginning 14th October 2019

Application Pack for Midday Supervisory Assistants

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