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23rd September 2022
£14,520 per annum
Learning Support Assistant Required at The Fusion Academy - a school for young people with communication & interaction difficulties/ autism aged 7-19 (key stages 2-5) Salary: ...
This brand new Free School Academy opened its doors in the Hinckley and Bosworth area in September 2020. The school provides education for children and young people who have communication and interaction difficulties aged 8-19 (key stages 2 - 5).
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Hello, my name is Sarah Peck and I am very excited to introduce myself as Head Teacher of The Fusion Academy; a brand-new school for young people with communication and interaction needs/ autism.
I have worked with young people on the autism spectrum for many years and strongly believe that young people with autism and/ or communication and interaction needs all deserve the opportunity to reach their potential and to lead happy and fulfilling lives. I am particularly passionate about identifying and supporting areas of talent in young people with autism and feel it is important that we recognise the strengths that the condition can bring, alongside the areas of difficulty.
The Fusion Academy merges the skills, expertise and understanding of a highly specialist provision with the breadth and opportunities available in a mainstream school. This union will allow our students to have the best possible chance at reaching their academic goals in an environment where they feel safe, understood and listened to, in addition to having their wider needs met.
Students’ individualised communication and interaction targets will be supported throughout the school day, overseen by a speech and language therapy team. Young people will also be taught strategies to help manage their emotions (such as anxiety and anger) and will develop their independence through Life Skills lessons.
Student wellbeing will be of paramount importance at The Fusion Academy. Our school environment will be accommodating for young people with autism and/ or sensory needs and a multi-disciplinary team, including a range of therapy professionals, will work together to support all areas of student need.
Our staff will be highly trained and understanding to the needs of our young people. Small class sizes will allow students to get the focused attention they need. We are understanding of young people who are currently working behind where they should be, due to difficulties in other schools, and will actively support them to catch up. Everyone around each young person will work collaboratively to ensure they have every opportunity to meet their full potential.
If you are interested in finding out more about The Fusion Academy, please contact us.
Dorothy Goodman is a member of the Open Thinking Partnership. This is a Multi Academy Trust which was established from 1 August 2020 to ensure the best possible provision is in place for pupils with a diverse range of needs within the Leicestershire and wider area.
To find out more about Open Thinking Partnership please click here
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