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Our Mission

Successfully eliminate children's barriers to learning, ensuring they have the opportunity for their very own Best Future!

 
Our School Newsletters

March 2021

Kindness makes the world go round, Music Fun

July 2019

Blue Abyss Topic, Best Futures got Talent, Summer Activities, Sponsored Bikeathon

July 2020

Best Futures School Song, Fun in the Garden and Kitchen

December 2019

'Twelve days of Christmas' Nativity, Christmas Jumper Day, Christmas Message

October 2019

Hello Yellow Fundraising, Swimming, Rainy day activities

School E-Safety Newsletters
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Click to view our E-Safety Newsletter June 2021

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Click to view full document - Reporting to Child Exploitation and Online Protection Command

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Esafety Newsletter

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Click here to see our first E-Safety Newsletter - New for 2020

North East Lincs Parent and Partnership

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SEND Newsletter Issue 7 

02/12/2020

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SEND Newsletter Issue 8

09/12/2020

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Issue 9

SEND Newsletter Issue 9 

 
Vacancies

Exciting Opportunity

Due to expansion we have SEN TA Vacancies

Working hours approximately from 7:45am until 3:30pm

Best Futures Independent Specialist SEMH School is registered for pupils within the age range of 5-11 years , located in N E Lincolnshire.

We are looking for experienced SEN TA for Immediate start

The applicant will need to have experience working with SEN children, be confident to support a small group of pupils with additional needs.

 

Ideal candidate will be:

  • Good knowledge of supporting primary aged pupils with curriculum and programs

  • Understand how emotional well-being impacts on achievement

  • Demonstrate excellent organisational and communication skills

  • Support the delivery of Best Futures School aims and service outcomes through the development and provision of a range of Enrichment activities and Topic based sessions.

 

To work with pupils and staff to ensure that classroom delivery fully supports and enables pupils with complex needs to overcome barriers through.

  • Raise aspirations

  • Increase confidence

  • Develop communication skills

  • Improve motivation and attitude to learning

  • Learn new advocacy skills

  • Promote wellbeing

 

To work within the framework of the current School policies.

When not supporting in the classroom the TA will be expected to engage in activities as detailed below.

Key Tasks

  • To support the Lead Teacher and or take responsibility for small groups or 1:1 pupils with support from the Lead Teacher. Support and contribute to the development of an “activity bank” of resources

  • Liaising with teaching staff regard work set for a class

  • Managing the behaviour of pupils to ensure a constructive environment whilst undertaking work and responding to any questions from pupils about process and procedure

  • Assist with any immediate problems or emergencies in accordance with the school's policies and procedures

  • Reporting back, as appropriate, using the school's agreed referral procedures, on the behaviour of pupils during the class, and any other issues arising

  • To take part in whole school training activities to enhance job effectiveness

  • To accompany pupils on trips, visits and other educational activities

  • Support and contribute to the creation and maintenance of classroom displays

  • To support general school administration when demand for cover is low

  • The post holder will be expected to undertake other tasks/duties as directed by the teacher that are necessary responsibilities of a TA

  • The TA position requires a full clean driving licence 

Click the documents below to view the Application Form and Job Description. To apply, Please return your completed Application Form to office@bestfutures-school.co.uk 

Best Futures School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. A criminal record check via the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS previously known as CRB) will be undertaken for the successful candidate. 

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Local News

PLEASE SHARE 

Please see tweet here from the Assistant Chief Constable for Humberside Police.

Please share, as some people are being isolated with their abusers and may need to reach out for help.

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BOOTS PHARMACY SAFE SPACES

Lyndsey Dearlove, Head of the UK SAYS NO MORE Campaign at Hestia said:

“ By creating this safe space in Boots pharmacies, we hope many will be able to safely access support while following Government guidelines. We hope more pharmacies will follow Boots UK’s lead and join the Safe Space initiative. Although we are in a period of lockdown and isolation, our message to victims is that domestic abuse services are open and we can help you.”

You can read the full article here, on the Boots website: 

https://www.boots-uk.com/our-stories/boots-pharmacy-consultation-rooms-become-safe-spaces-for-victims-of-domestic-abuse/

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On 1st May 2020, Boots UK announced that victims of domestic abuse will be able to access safe spaces at Boots pharmacy consultation rooms across the country, where they can contact specialist domestic abuse services for support and advice.

Whilst social distancing measures are continuing, it becomes more difficult and restrictive for victims to reach out for support.