Protocol Education are currently recruiting for a thriving Primary School in Bristol, looking for a candidate with a strong Creative/Arts background.
The school focuses on a holistic approach to learning and uses sensory and therapy strategies in their daily timetable to combine an individualised curriculum and calm and purposeful environment. The children that you will be working with have complex needs, ASD, behavioural difficulties and SEMH needs, as well as other individual needs. Several children have an EHCP which will be shared when working with them to ensure consistency and familiarity within their learning and individual goals. You will be working 1:1 with pupils as well as supporting within the classroom. This means being adaptable, proactive and positive. Using your creative background in Arts, sensory, therapy or drama, you will be able to uniquely support SEND pupils with a variety of needs and emotions within their daily lives and education. Using your creative nature to engage, promote confidence, distract and positively influence meaningful, fun and supportive learning and progress.
Role: Artistic/Creative Youth Worker
Skill set: Arts background/degree/sensory or therapy background/drama background/degree/SEND experience
On going role with the potential to turn permanent.
Protocol Education are looking for a candidate who;
-Believes that every student, regardless of their background or need, can make outstanding progress
– Is rigorous, relentless, determined, creative, creative and inspirational in their style and presence as a leader
– Utilises a variety of teaching methods to present engaging, thoughtful lessons and CPD sessions
– Is caring and has the drive and passion to continue to develop strong relationships and the well being with staff, students, parents, governors, professionals and the local community
All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see the FAQs on the Protocol Education website for further 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 date.