Our School
Our School

Thank you for visiting this page and for your interest in working for Kisharon Noé School.

We are a special school for students aged 4 to 19 with a wide range of learning disabilities.

Kisharon Noé School is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from any background. Kisharon Noé School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable young adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS criminal check will be required.

 

Deputy Head Teacher

Salary: £51,333 – £55,019 per year(L6-9 + SEN)
Application deadline: 6th December 2021 at 12pm

Due to our Assistant Headteacher moving on to a new exciting role and the school’s expansion, an exciting opportunity has become available to join our Senior Leadership Team as Deputy Headteacher. This is an opportunity to be part of a dynamic team and shape the future success of Kisharon School and its children. In fact, there couldn’t be a better time to join the team than now as we look forward to increasing our pupil numbers and growing as a team.

At Kisharon we believe in providing exciting, creative, relevant, and meaningful learning experiences.  Our wonderful new school building provides a learning environment, with a multitude of opportunities for accessibility, engagement, stimulation, and therapeutic interventions.

Our ideal candidate will need to be a strong leader and an outstanding educational practitioner with the ability to evaluate and drive forward innovative teaching and learning. They will show a genuine commitment to the school’s principles of inclusion, as well as a strong focus on students, their parents/carers and the school community. This role works alongside the senior leadership team – working closely with the current Deputy, as well as the Headteacher.

This role is focused on driving forward innovative teaching and learning approaches to support young people with special educational needs, through feedback and modelling for the teaching team. At Kisharon Noe School we are proud of our innovative curriculum and would want a leader who is skilled in curriculum design who can support with future developments.

This role would also include deputising for the headteacher and being involved in the operational management of the school. This role would therefore suit a current deputy head who is looking for their next challenge or an experienced practitioner who is wanting challenge and support to develop their leadership skills.

What can we offer you?  

  • Amazing children who are respectful, engage with their learning and appreciate the work that we do with them
  • An exciting place to work where you will feel valued for all your hard work
  • A wonderfully welcoming and supportive team
  • Relevant CPD to further develop your knowledge and skills and support where needed to achieve your best
  • A forward thinking school where new ideas are welcomed and encouraged

We are looking for someone who:  

  • Is an enthusiastic and passionate senior leader
  • Has recent experience as a senior leader in a special school
  • Is a proactive and flexible team player
  • Has great communication skills

About Us:

Kisharon is a Special Needs School in North West London with a Jewish ethos. Based in Barnet, we welcome pupils from across North London and surrounding areas. The school is registered with OFSTED for pupils between the ages of 4 and 19 and caters for a wide range of educational needs, from moderate learning difficulties and autistic spectrum disorders to more severe and profound learning difficulties, as well as physical disabilities.

If you feel excited about joining our team and can commit to our relentless drive in improving life chances for our young people then we would love to hear from you.

Please view  the job description and application form. Your supporting statement should reference the job description.

We would strongly recommend that any potential  applicants should  visit the school and meet with Dr. Emily Haddock, the Headteacher. To arrange please contact Elaine Price, Headteachers PA, at office@kisharonschool.org.uk

Kisharon Noé School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable young adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS will be required.

 

DHT – QoE recruitment pack

Job Description
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Completed application forms should be sent to admin@kisharonschool.org.uk

Teaching Assistant

Salary: NQT/MPS/UPS
Application deadline: Ongoing recruitment

Kisharon Noé School is a special school for students aged 4 – 19 years with a wide range of learning disabilities.

  • Are you looking for a new and exciting challenge?
  • Are you seeking to make a difference?

We are seeking a creative, passionate, and inspiring teaching assistants to support the class teacher to provide an exciting range of multisensory learning and enrichment opportunities for our pupils that will inspire and motivate. Working alongside our teachers and therapists, you will be responsible for the effective academic, pastoral and holistic support of our young people.
This is an exciting time to join Kisharon Noé School. We have a fabulous new building in Hendon and our numbers are growing rapidly.

We welcome any questions you may have, or if you wish to discuss the role informally you can contact us via email at admin@kisharonschool.org.uk. Visits to the school are also warmly welcomed.

Kisharon Noé School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and vulnerable young adults and expects all staff to share this commitment. An Enhanced DBS will be required.

Job description – Teaching Assistant Grade 1
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Completed application forms should be sent to admin@kisharonschool.org.uk

 

 

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