Teaching and Behaviour Support, TreeHouse School, London

Teaching and Behaviour Support (0344)

  • Location: TreeHouse School
  • Salary: £18,166 – £22,042 per annum (Dependent on skills and experience)
  • Contract Type: Full Time 
  • Closing Date: 27rd January 2022

TreeHouse school is an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ non-maintained special school, providing support and education to over 95 pupils aged 3-19. Our goal for all our pupils and learners is to ensure that when they leave our setting’s they will have the opportunity to access employment, further education, or training and to live as part of the communities of their choice.

“Ambitious about Autism has a fantastic environment where they can explore, where they can play, where they can be themselves.” – Employee at TreeHouse School

Due to continued growth we are looking for Teaching and Behaviour Supports that will deliver high-quality learning support to autistic children to enable them to pursue their ambitions in relation to further education, work and leisure. You will support learners’ person-centred study programmes in a range of environments.

The day will involve:

We want to invite you to spend the morning on Saturday 5th February getting to know our college, speak to key members of our team and understand how our services work in line with our core values. Opportunities for discussions and more informal assessments to understand your values, skills and experience through activities including: individual and group tasks.

This is the impact you could have as a Teaching and Behaviour Support at TreeHouse School:

“An example of how a specialist school should cater for children with autism and their families. Very compassionate, highly skilled, determined friendly.” – A parent of a TreeHouse School learner

“Parents use words such as ‘wonderful’ and ‘amazing’ to describe their children’s experience at TreeHouse School..” – Ofsted, 2017

Some of our benefits include:

  • Competitive salary with an annual review
  • We are committed to CPD, where you can access a wide range of training and development opportunities support your personal and professionally development
  • Annual staff recognition awards
  • Cycle to work scheme up to £5000
  • Season ticket loans
  • A wide range of wellness programmes both in person and online including: community groups, virtual fitness classes, arts and cooking challenges
  • Employee Assistance Programme, to help you balance your work, family, and personal life
  • Access to free of charge physiotherapy

If you are adaptable, resilient, looking for a new challenge or change and want to make a positive impact to autistic young people please apply today or get in touch with Kembi kcoakelin@ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk or Luca lmartucci@ambitiousaboutautism.org.uk

For more information on the role as Teaching and Behaviour Support please find the recruitment pack attached.

Working pattern: 35 hours per week – Monday to Friday.
You will be required to work 41 weeks per year, including two weeks full training in July/August, but will be paid for 52 weeks per year.

Ambitious about Autism is fully committed to equality of opportunity and diversity and we warmly welcome applications from all suitably-qualified candidates. We welcome applications regardless of race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origins, religion or belief, sex, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, disability, or age. All applications will be considered solely on merit.

Ambitious about Autism is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and successful candidates will be subject to an Enhanced DBS check. 

The Safeguarding responsibilities of the post as per the job description and personal specification.
Whether the post is exempt from the rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendment to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2021. This means that when applying for certain jobs and activities certain spent convictions and cautions are ‘protected’, so they do not need to be disclosed to employers, and if they are disclosed, employers cannot take them into account. Further information about filtering offences can be found in the DBS Filter Guidance.