Interface Medical Tuition Service
Part time, Fixed Term
Grade F, SCP 21 – 26
25 hours / Term time only
Fixed to 31.8.2018
Based at Inspiration, Thatcham, which is part of the iCollege providing education and support for students across all key Stages who may have been excluded from school or are at risk of being excluded and might have SEMH difficulties.
Interface provides for students who are unable to attend school for an extended period of time due to medical reasons, including mental health difficulties.
The successful applicant will be required to contribute to the improvement in outcomes for young people in Interface iCollege by ensuring that the needs of young people and their families, which impact negatively, are identified within the education environment and ensure that appropriate services are provided or referrals to other services are facilitated.
Applicants need to be enthusiastic, flexible, practical and resourceful as well as being able to support pupils who can sometimes become angry or distressed. Applicants do not have to have experience of working with children but might find it to be an advantage.
For further information please contact Jackie Powell, Interface Co-ordinator 01653 877113 / email@example.com for a visit or
Jo Hannington 01635 49397 / firstname.lastname@example.org for an application pack .
To request an application pack and for further details please contact Jackie Smith: 01635 877114 or email email@example.com
This school is committed to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We ensure that all recruitment and selection practices reflect this commitment. Successful candidates will be subject to Enhanced DBS disclosure along with other relevant employment checks.
Primary and Secondary Pupil Referral Units within West Berkshire.
iCollege is a new Pupil Referral Unit formed with the merger of The Reintegration Service and Alternative Curriculum 14-19. iCollege provides education and supportfor students across all Key Stages who may have been excluded, or are at risk ofexclusion and might also have social, emotional and behavioural difficulties.