The Thomas Aveling School

  1. The Thomas Aveling School is an 11-19 co-educational non-selective secondary school, with provision for Deaf children, serving our community in Rochester. For us, a truly successful education means being the very best that you can be and we are proud of every pupil’s achievements and progress throughout their school years.

    The school sits in a large expanse of land with playing fields, astro courts and multi-play facilities amongst its resources. We have specialist teaching areas for Science, Design Technology, Art and Sport in addition to our wonderful Performing Arts Centre which includes a full Dance and separate Drama studio.

    Values and Ethos
    We believe that all involved in Thomas Aveling work and achieve best when happy; students are given considerable say in their education for example choosing their option subjects in Year 8, choosing extra-curricular activities early in Year 7 and having the chance to take part in the student council. We have high expectations of all of our students and considerable work goes into raising aspirations of all - aiming high in everything we do.

    We have the very highest expectations of all within Thomas Aveling and work closely with parents to maximise achievement and to develop young people into caring, successful adults. We are very proud that when students leave us aged 18 (or 16 in the minority of cases) that they often go onto further study at University, specialist colleges or high quality careers in a number of areas. Our students are successful due to the talent and tenacity of the staff at Thomas Aveling raising the students' aspirations and expectations and never letting them settle for being "ok"

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The Thomas Aveling School
Speech and Language Therapist At a school with a provision for deaf students Salary: Trust Point 26 - £30,984 pa FTE to Point 32 - £36371 pa FTE  (to be paid pro rata £24,957 pa  to £29,296.13 pa) + an SEN allowance of £1,347 pa 37 hours per week (8am-4 pm Term Time Only)                      Start date: As soon as possible   A rewarding opportunity has arisen for a pro-active, organised and self-motivated applicant to join a successful and oversubscribed secondary school to provide teaching and learning support to students, including those in our provision for Deaf students. The role of the Speech and Language therapist is a specialist role as it supports our students with the ability to communicate and build speech and language skills, so that they are able to fully participate in the oral world around them. Requirements: Flexibility,...
Job Start Date:
As soon as possible
Full time
South East England