The duties will include, but are not limited to the following:
- Identify Children’s needs through formal standardized and informal assessments then develop and adapt 21st century child-centered teaching methods to meet the needs of these children thus ensuring maximum curricular access and progression
- Prepare appropriate lessons and resources to teach either individuals or small groups of pupils within or outside the class to ensure learning is engaging and rigorous
- Liaise with class teacher, parents and guardians and with other professionals, such as speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and educational psychologists to ensure that learning is appropriate and sufficient.
- Update and maintain records on pupils’ progress to show evidence of new and consolidated learning
- Attend reviews or other related meetings and actively contribute to the partnership work that arises to ensure approaches within the team support effective working
- Ensure the views and voices of children with SEN are heard in the teaching context as well as the wider school community to ensure that there is an inclusive learning environment
- Actively maintain and develop up to date knowledge of current best practices and skills in the field to ensure that all children reach their potential