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At the Auriga Academy Trust, we support local special schools for children and young adults with a range of complex needs and disabilities aged 4 – 19.  Our pupils are at the heart of our vision and we believe that together we can make a positive difference.  We recognise that the success of our schools largely depends on the quality of our staff and are committed to recruiting and retaining outstanding individuals.

Our schools provide real opportunities for aspiring teachers, school leaders and support staff.

Our pupils are at the heart of our vision and at The Auriga Academy Trust we believe that together we make a positive difference.  Our schools provide real opportunities for aspiring teachers, school leaders and support staff who want to work in a special educational needs environment.

We recognise that the success of our schools largely depends on the quality of our staff and are committed to recruiting and retaining outstanding individuals.

Our current vacancies are as follows:

The Trust:

No Vacancies
  

No Vacancies

 

Capella House School: 

No Vacancies 

No Vacancies

 

Clarendon School:

No Vacancies
 

No Vacancies

 

Gateway:

No Vacancies

No Vacancies

 

Strathmore School:

Family Worker 

Start Date: As soon as possible
Hours: Full Time - 32 hours a week
Contract: Term Time Only- 39 weeks p.a.
Salary: £19,405 - £20,474 (Grade 5 NJC12 to NJC15)

The Auriga Academy Trust was established on 1st October 2016.  The trust comprises of three separate and distinct special academies:

  • Capella House School
  • Clarendon School
  • Strathmore School

Strathmore is a community special school for learners with complex learning difficulties.  Many pupils have an additional diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) or have additional physical and sensory disabilities.

The Auriga Academy Trust is founded on the vision that, through working together, we can provide outstanding learning experiences for the pupils and students in our communities, both now and in the future.

Under the closer collaboration that the Auriga Academy Trust brings, there are enhanced opportunities for sharing best practice, expertise and professional development.  We are building on our expertise and experience to become a recognised national leader in special needs education.  We will give staff the opportunity to gain and share knowledge, to encourage and inspire each other and others in our wider community. And we are actively addressing the demand for future specialist provision now.

Successful candidates will:

  • A positive, non-judgemental, empathetic and sensitive approach.
  • Experience of working with or good understanding of children with learning difficulties including SLD/ PMLD
  • A good understanding of the challenges faced by the families you help.
  • Good knowledge of child protection issues.
  • Good communication and listening skills.

Ability to remain unbiased towards a range of family situations

Closing date for applications: 12 pm on 28th September 2020
Interviews: 2nd October 2020 ( remotely via Teams)

To apply for this post please email Carla Osborne; cosborne@strathmore.org.uk for more information and the application

All applicants will undergo safeguarding screening, including checks with past and current employers and an enhanced DBS disclosure is required for this post.

Primary Class Teacher
 

Start Date: January 2021 or before(depending on availability)
Hours: Full Time
Contract: Permanent
Salary: Outer London MPR/UPR + SEN Range (depending on qualifications and experience) 

Strathmore is a forward-thinking, fast growing and innovative special school and part of the Auriga Academy Trust, a locally focussed Trust of three special schools.  

We occupy new, purpose built accommodation co-located with local, inclusive minded mainstream Primary and Secondary schools. Our role has trebled over last 7 years and continues to grow.

We are a happy, positive and hard working day special school for learners with complex learning difficulties aged 4 - 19. 60% of pupils have an additional diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorders or have additional physical and sensory disabilities. Our pupils come from all parts of the borough and from neighbouring boroughs. We work closely with our colleagues from Educational Psychology, Health and Social Care to ensure that our learners receive all the support and challenge they need to achieve. Every pupil has an individual learning programme that details what and how they are learning, including input from Speech and Language, Occupational, Physiotherapy and Music Therapy. 100% of parents said that their child is happy and enjoys school and that they would recommend Strathmore.

We have very high aspirations for all of our learners and high expectations of ourselves.

100% of our staff said they feel positive and happy coming to work each day

We offer you:

  • Outstanding and on-going Continuing Professional Development with opportunities for you to develop professionally, e.g. NPQML/SL, Early Leadership Programme, Post Graduate sponsorship
  • Additional PPA time for visits and projects
  • Enthusiastic and supportive colleagues, parents and governors
  • A wide and developing community of inclusive mainstream and special schools for you to work and learn in, with and from including partner schools across the Auriga Academy Trust
  • A developed and extending multi-agency network including regular support and liaison from Educational Psychology and Therapists
  • Termly Staff Wellbeing focus weeks and ongoing subscription to Employee Assistance Programme
  • Family membership of Kew Gardens
  • A school that expects excellence from all
Closing date for applications: 12 pm on 9th October 2020
Interviews: Friday 16th October 2020

Conversations are encouraged – please contact us and arrange a chat!

Please email all completed application forms to Carla Osborne; cosborne@strathmore.org.uk

This post is physical in nature and may present emotional and physical demands not common in mainstream schools. The Auriga Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS Check with a check of the DBS Barred List.

Assistant Headteacher
 

Start Date: January 2021 or before (depending on availability)
Hours: Full Time
Contract: Permanent
Salary: Outer London MPR/UPR + SEN Range (depending on qualifications and experience) 

Strathmore is a forward-thinking, fast-growing and innovative special school and part of the Auriga Academy Trust, a locally focussed Trust of three special schools.  

We occupy new, purpose-built accommodation co-located with local, inclusive minded mainstream Primary and Secondary schools. Our role has trebled over the last 7 years and continues to grow.

This is an opportunity for an ambitious and energetic colleague to develop their leadership skills whilst making an impact on the learning of pupils across the Trust schools.

We are a happy, positive and hard-working day special school for learners with complex learning difficulties aged 4 - 19. 60% of pupils have an additional diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorders or have additional physical and sensory disabilities. Our pupils come from all parts of the borough and from neighbouring boroughs. We work closely with our colleagues from Educational Psychology, Health and Social Care to ensure that our learners receive all the support and challenge they need to achieve. Every pupil has an individual learning programme that details what and how they are learning, including input from Speech and Language, Occupational, Physiotherapy and Music Therapy. 100% of parents said that their child is happy and enjoys school and that they would recommend Strathmore.

We have very high aspirations for all of our learners and high expectations of ourselves.

100% of our staff said they feel positive and happy coming to work each day

We offer you:

  • Outstanding and on-going Continuing Professional Development with opportunities for you to develop professionally, e.g. NPQML/SL, Early Leadership Programme, Post Graduate sponsorship
  • Additional PPA time for visits and projects
  • Enthusiastic and supportive colleagues, parents and governors
  • A wide and developing community of inclusive mainstream and special schools for you to work and learn in, with and from including partner schools across the Auriga Academy Trust
  • A developed and extending multi-agency network including regular support and liaison from Educational Psychology and Therapists
  • Termly Staff Wellbeing focus weeks and ongoing subscription to Employee Assistance Programme
  • Family membership of Kew Gardens
  • A school that expects excellence from all
Closing date for applications: 12 pm on 30th September 2020
Interviews: Friday 9th October 2020

Conversations are encouraged – please contact us and arrange a chat!

Please email all completed application forms to Carla Osborne; cosborne@strathmore.org.uk

This post is physical in nature and may present emotional and physical demands not common in mainstream schools. The Auriga Academy Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share in this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS Check with a check of the DBS Barred List.

If you are interested in applying please contact the school's admin team. 

Buckingham Road

Hampton

TW12 3LT

020 8941 2623

Egerton Road

Twickenham

TW2 7SL

020 3146 1441

Station Road
Twickenham
TW1 4DQ

020 8948 0047

Ham Street
Richmond
TW10 7HN

020 8948 0047

Petersham Road
Richmond
TW10 7AH

020 8948 0047

Capella House School 
Egerton Road
Twickenham
TW2 7SL

020 3146 9887