Henry Tyndale School

Learning & achieving together


We are currently advertising for the following positions:

Communication Support Assistant with BSL2

Temporary Special Needs Teacher

Please see further details below:

Henry Tyndale is a special school for pupils aged 2 – 19 years with complex learning difficulties based on 2 sites in Farnborough.


Are you looking for a new challenge? Are you enthusiastic, patient and willing to learn new skills to help support students with varying needs? Henry Tyndale can offer you a friendly, supportive, team environment, which provides individualised learning outcomes for students with complex needs.


Required as soon as possible – 5 days a week term time only


We are looking to appoint a Communication Support Assistant with good signing skills and a minimum of BSL Level 2 training. The successful candidate will be required to provide communication support and guided teaching to support a signing MSI student.

Intervenor training is available to suitable applicants to help support the student.


The hours of work are Monday – Friday 9am to 3.32pm and until 4pm on Wednesday, term time only

Salary: Grade C - salary range depending on experience £13,032 - £13,726

(FTE £18,426 - £19,407)


This is an excellent opportunity to join a thriving school.


If you wish to make an informal enquiry, arrange a visit

or request an application pack,

please contact Sue Pearson on 01252 544577 or email


Closing Date: 30 March 2020



------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Henry Tyndale is a special school for pupils aged 2-19 years with

complex learning difficulties based on 2 sites in Farnborough


Required as soon as possible until end of Summer Term 2020


Temporary Class Teacher with Special Needs experience


Salary range MPR + 1 SEN depending on experience and qualifications.


We require an exceptional teacher for a KS1 ASD class with the following qualities:

  • Experience in teaching youngsters with special needs
  • A passion for teaching and learning, giving every pupil that right amount of challenge.
  • A real commitment to working with our young people who have severe and complex needs, staff, parents and other professionals.
  • Flexibility, creativity, enthusiasm and energy.
  • Effective communication with excellent interpersonal skills
  • Able to work both independently and as the key motivator and inspirational leader for the class team


In return we offer a committed and motivated staff who are dedicated to providing

the best education and support for all our young people. We offer small classes

with a good level of LSA support, a friendly team and a commitment to

continuous professional development within a caring school where

everyone enjoys learning and achieving.


Please contact the school for further information and an application form on

01252 544577 or email Sue Pearson (



Closing date: 5pm 27th March 2020