Pupil Support Teacher 0.2FTE, Tulloch Primary School, Perth
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- £31,584 to £47,565 per annum
- Part Time
- Contact: Human Resources
- Reference: PKC10887
- Posted November, 16, 2023 10:32 AM
Job Description Pupil Support Teacher 0.2FTE - PKC10887 £31,584 - £47,565 (pro-rata) Tulloch Primary School, Perth We are looking for a teacher to join our team and work within our Intensive Support Provision team to...
Pupil Support Teacher 0.2FTE - PKC10887
£31,584 - £47,565 (pro-rata)
Tulloch Primary School, Perth
We are looking for a teacher to join our team and work within our Intensive Support Provision team to support children with Additional Support Needs across our two classes. You will plan with other staff members and cover the teacher non contact time.
We are looking for an experienced teacher who has worked to support children with a wide range of additional support needs including Autism. The person should be skilled in supporting a range of needs and have experience of planning a learning environment that supports children's sensory needs, using visual supports to support children's communication needs. A knowledge of Makaton would be preferable.
If you would like any more information regarding this vacancy, please contact Kerstine Speight, Head Teacher on 01738 472323.
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