SGS Pegasus are looking for a HLTA behavioural 5 days a week, to monitor the implementation of the behaviour policy and share information with the behaviour lead.
We are looking for a HLTA to develop individual intervention strategies for individual children, groups or whole classes. Plan and prepare lessons, develop and prepare resources and to support children in out of school context, inline with the school policies and procedures. To provide detailed written reports on people progress such as outcomes through Thrive. Provides support and assistance for children’s pastoral needs. Maintain constructive and supportive relationships with parents and carers.
As a Higher Level Teaching Assistant your role will involve you assisting with general support throughout the school. You will be taking on 1:1 sessions and small groups, as well as supporting whole classes. In general, you will be supporting SEN pupils through the academic, social and emotional elements of school life. You will need to be willing to support individual students with emotional regulations. To work closely with the pastoral team and staff to support the needs of the students.
You will be expected to promote and secure high standards of teaching and learning, whilst supporting pupil achievement and progression. You will need to actively contribute to SGS Pegasus School vision, aims and objectives.
SGS Pegasus School provides a genuinely innovative school for children and young people with autism, located in our state-of-the-art school in Patchway, South Gloucestershire. We at SGS Pegasus look beyond autism in order to create and individual academic, social, emotional and physical learning experience to ensure each of our children realises their potential. We aim to develop the whole child by creating a bespoke learning experience that celebrates our talents and successes.
Why choose SGS Pegasus school?
You will become an integral part of a supportive and passionate team of teaching, support and admin colleagues at the Pegasus with a commitment to professional development. SGS Pegasus serves a vibrant multi-cultural in-take and celebrates diversity. Pegasus’ leadership and staff are passionate about the development of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion and want this to be reflected throughout the Academy including representation within the staff body. A proportion of student are from different minority groups and disadvantaged backgrounds. Students are excited to learn and are real ambassadors for our diverse community. They benefit from a positive and supportive learning environment.
Closing Date: 12pm 06/07/2023, applications in after this time will not be considered.
Expected Interview Date: Wednesday 12th July.
Expected start date: September 2023Apply Now