Hours: 40 hours per week, Term Time Only; part-time considered
Beaumont College is a very special place. We provide highly personalised pathways for special school leavers, and we support them in the journey to become adults, and to live independent and fulfilling lives as far as possible.
Our tutors and teachers come from a wide-range of teaching and vocational backgrounds and are passionate and ambitious for our students to succeed. We follow the Preparing for Adulthood Agenda, and our students follow highly personalised pathways, which combined intended outcomes to study, linked to longer term goals for busy and fulfilling lives as adults and graduates of the college.
Key elements of their personal developments include improved resilience, self-belief, and reduced reliance on others as improve self-advocacy skills. Our curriculum includes English, maths and IT as appropriate, PHSCE, and a wide range of vocational sessions. Tutors and Teachers will appreciate the importance of communication, and be prepared to develop their skills to support an environment of Total Communication.
Our courses provide opportunities for a wide range of special school leavers, from those with profound multiple and complex health and learning difficulties, through to individuals who would like to work in paid or voluntary roles.
Beaumont College staff are an extended family, and maintain a person-centred approach in all that we do.
- To plan and deliver a highly differentiated person-centered curriculum in line with individual education outcomes which enables learners to fulfil their full potential.
- Work collaboratively within a multidisciplinary team to ensure all learners have equity of opportunity to identify and develop the skills required to prepare them for adulthood.
- To plan learning which supports learners to demonstrate measurable progress and achievement
- Maintain and manage evidence based progress and achievement through targeted recording and report writing which evidence progress against set EHCP (Education Health and Care Plan) outcomes
- Provide high quality learning opportunities in both creative and functional subjects via differentiated lessons to learners with complex cognition, learning and physical needs.
- Plan for, identify and eliminate barriers to learning by applying individual support plans and protocols at all times
- Identify year-long achievement outcomes that each learner will achieve, may achieve and could aspire to achieve.