Are you a qualified teacher with extensive SEMH experience? Are you looking for a new challenge?
We are looking for a dedicated, passionate and committed KS2 (Year 5 or Year 6) teacher, that ideally has experience teaching and supporting learners with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs (SEMH), however a strong mainstream teacher will be considered.
The post is to work with KS3 learners delivering a KS2 model to learners, where the children are in one class for core subjects and only transition for specialist subjects (P.E / D+T etc.)
This is a residential school for students with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs (SEMH) based in Billericay, Essex.
The Academy was judged good at its recent Ofsted inspection.
- Qualified Teacher Status
- Additional qualification in special educational needs/emotional and behavioural difficulties (desirable).
- To undertake the duties of a teacher as indicated in the Teachers Pay and Conditions document.
- To teach and co-ordinate a broad and balanced KS2 curriculum in line with the National Curriculum to KS3 learners, some of which have a wide range of special educational needs, especially social, emotional and mental health issues.
- To assess progress regularly and accurately and report on progress to all stakeholders.
- To work co-operatively with other staff in the general running of the school.
- To liaise with parents and a wide multi-disciplinary group regarding learners on roll and attending meetings as appropriate.
- To contribute to systematic on-going records of learners progress to the agreed format within the service ensuring curriculum delivery relevant to the needs of learners.
- To write accurate reports on learners progress.
- To attend reviews and case conferences as appropriate.
- To participate in integration links ensuring appropriate support and communications to facilitate successful reintegration to mainstream or special schools.
- To attend INSET, training sessions and staff meetings as required.
- To make full and appropriate use of information technology with training as required.
- To implement the schools equal opportunities policy fully, working actively to overcome and prevent discrimination on the grounds of race, gender, disability, status and sexual orientation.
- To carry out such other duties as may be required from time to time to meet the needs of the service.
- To carry out the duties and responsibilities of the post, in accordance with the schools Health and Safety Policy and relevant Health and Safety guidance and legislation
- To promote the safeguarding of children
- To use information technology systems as required to carry out the duties of the post in the most efficient and effective manner
- To participate in performance management, and undertake training and professional development as appropriate
- To undertake other duties appropriate to the post that may reasonably be required by the senior management team on any of the trusts sites (Parallel Learning Trust).
- Working within the new framework and procedures to take part in Performance Management procedures
- Ensuring the maintenance of good behaviour in line with school procedures and policy at all times during the school day
- Promoting the ethos of the school ensuring that all are treated with justice, equality and respect
- Carrying out carrying out duties in line with the latest school teacher terms and conditions of service
- Demonstrating consistent excellent practice
- Having high expectations in terms of achievement and behaviour.
If you feel you have the desired qualities and are looking for a new challenge please apply with an up to date CV.
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