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Scholars International Academy (SIA) is one of only two schools in Sharjah accredited by British Schools Overseas as well as a High Performance Learning school. SIA is an educational institute that focuses on developing the whole child in line with our Values, Attitudes and Attributes (VAAs) and our Advanced Cognitive Performance Characteristics (ACPs).

The school is based on the British curriculum but incorporates the latest leadership and global pedagogies from around the world. We encourage students to actively participate in their own learning and employ a broad range of strategies to nurture and develop their multiple intelligences.

The Opportunity

SIA is currently looking to hire a dynamic and enthusiastic, fluentEnglish speaking Inclusion and Well being Champion for the academic year 2. The candidates must hold a Degree in Special Education Needs from an accredited university and have at least 2 years of experience teaching and coordinating in the relevant subject in a UK National Curriculum school in England\/ Ireland or a \"Good\" or Above rated UK National Curriculum school in the UAE.

About you

As a teacher and leader at SIA, you will be required to not only be passionate about teaching and learning but truly care about the students and the community.

The ideal candidate will be someone who puts students first and who contributes towards an ever developing learning community. Be the best you can be

Job Purpose

Leading activities relating to those students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (Students of determination) and the Well Being of the SIA community, to include:

To be accountable for securing the highest standards of SEND pupil achievement and progress, through monitoring, evaluating and setting targets for improvement.

To lead, develop and enhance the teaching practice of others with SEND and EAL children by evaluating, supporting, guiding and target setting.

To be accountable for the strategic leadership and management of SEND and EAL, developing and implementing plans, policies, targets and practices within the context of the schools aims and policies.

To develop a provision of targeted support and more specific support as some students will benefit from small group and specific intervention.
Liaison with Senior Leadership Team concerning SEND and EAL issues and timetabling\/hours of SEND staff.

Special Educational Needs

To promote the general progress and well being of children with SEND or EAL delays.

To assess and identify children to determine the nature of their needs, and to plan for their progress by interpreting supporting documents, listening to the child, their family and the class teacher.

Records of children with SEND and EAL should be kept up to date with relevant background information added.
A child does not have need to have a plan or record of need to be supported by the SENDCo.
To advise teachers on their organisation of regular review meetings with parents in accordance with the UAE Agenda, SPEA guidelines and the SEND Code of Practice.

To review the SEND and EAL policy (Students of Determination) with regard to the Code of Practise
To co-ordinate the implementation of the school SEND policy.
To work in partnership with the class teacher and teaching assistant to establish consistent programmes of work for children with special needs.

To advise\/devise on individual provision for children on the SEND register.
To meet regularly with teachers and teaching assistants at which learning programmes are reviewed and IEPs are updated\/developed.

To keep and review on a termly basis the school register of children with special needs.
Provide support for colleagues and arrange CPD where appropriate.
Help to develop assessment and recording techniques, and collect examples of SEN pupils work to use as a basis for moderated assessment.

Recommend the purchase of appropriate resources for the teaching of children with special educational needs
Keep updated on policy and practice.
Complete a range of case studies each year
Maintain a list of interventions, summarise their purposes, who they are for, how often their success is monitored, and the number of students who have progressed because of them.

Consider what has been done if there has been no progress for a particular child and make relevant changes to the approach with the child.
Monitor interventions and the impact they are having for each child.
To monitor and review the work of the SEND teachers.

To liaise with the SEND teachers on a regular basis to ensure that teaching programmes are on-going and to discuss ideas which can be implemented in individual education plans.

Monitor practice to ensure that equality of opportunity and provision is afforded to all vulnerable groups, e.

g. EAL
Monitor progress of vulnerable children and groups
Liaise with external support agencies as appropriate
Prepare necessary documentation such as questionnaires for other professionals and external agencies e.g. Educational Psychologists.
Make strong professional relationships and links with multiple outside agencies such as Physiotherapists, Educational Psychologists and EAL specialists
Efficiently analyse data across the school for vulnerable groups, identifying development areas and correlations between data
To monitor and support the Gifted and Talented register and the provision for them
Pastoral Issues Affecting our Students of Determination

To plan and monitor opportunities for parents to feel supported, included and educated by inviting them in to attend meetings, coffee mornings and to invite specialists to give talks.

Provide information on training for parents and staff from outside agencies by promoting and advertising (via posters, and social media).

To plan, support and monitor the effectiveness of behaviour plans in liaison with the class teacher, year leaders and AHoPs.


Competitive packages including salary and housing allowance
Visa provided by the school
Flights annual airfare provided by the school
Health Insurance provided by the school
We are a British international school, and all our lessons are taught in English, therefore a high standard of written and spoken English is essential along with a detailed knowledge of the UK National Curriculum.

You are required, as a part of the process to send a letter of application outlining your suitability for the role you have applied for, along with your updated resume with a recent photo by email via the button below.

Scholars International Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

Applicants must be willing to undergo child protection screening, including reference checks with previous employers and a criminal records check.

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