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Dyslexia Specialist in Somerset

  • Location: Bristol
  • Start date: 11 Jan 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10847686
  • Branch: Bristol Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: Christopher Stone
  • Call: 0117 945 3965
Job description
Dyslexia Specialist in Secondary School-Somerset

Have you got experience of working alongside children with dyslexia? Do you live in Somerset? Have you got transport? Are you looking for a full time job?

If so, this could be the job for you! Protocol Education are working on behalf of a SEN school in Somerset who are seeking a Dyslexia Specialist, full time for as soon as possible, on a long term basis.

Dyslexia support specialists have extensive experience of supporting pupils with dyslexia. Through one-to-one support or small group work, Dyslexia Support Specialists enable your pupils to successfully access the full curriculum and increase self-confidence. A Dyslexia Support Specialists understand the challenges a pupil with dyslexia faces.

Pupils will benefit from working with Dyslexia Support Specialists as they:
·Discover existing strengths and use them to enable to pupils to succeed
·Put in place strategies that support pupils in reading, writing, handwriting and spelling
·Suggest and implement the use of specialist resources that will support learning
·Be able to recognise and support pupils who are showing signs of visual stress

If you are interested in the role and have the experience required then please get on contact with the secondary team to find out more about the role.
Contact email: bristolsecondary@protocol-education.com
Contact phone number: 01179453965

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