o has secure knowledge of the curriculum, is able to teacher assess and plan next steps.
o is able to plan fun, engaging, purposeful and sequenced personalised learning experiences for
children with complex SEMH needs.
o is able to provide a safe, secure and aspirational learning environment where children make
accelerated levels of academic progress.
o has excellent communication skills has the ability to build positive relationships in different
guises - with our children, their families, therapists, social care and other outside agencies.
o has knowledge of successful SEMH behaviour strategies, can identify and respond to triggers
and plan purposeful interventions.
o displays empathy, compassion and patience and will have the ability to look beyond the
challenging behaviours displayed by children.
o is emotionally resilient, caring compassionate, fun, aspirational (for both themselves and the
children) and passionate about education
o can lead and manage a class team.
o is able to support and inspire teaching colleagues as part of their subject leadership role.
o is flexible, adaptable and enjoys a challenge – and likes to laugh.
o Bright, engaging and determined children who will never fail to make you smile.
o A diverse and supportive whole school team each with differing strengths and talents. Staff are
experienced and dedicated and committed to collaborative working.
o Coaching and mentoring opportunities and a leadership team who value and prioritise CPD.
o Effective safeguarding policy and procedures to protect both children and staff.
o Regular Reflective Practice sessions – we also encourage a healthy work/life balance.
o 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme – 365 days a year helpline and additional support with
legal, financial advice and counselling
o Great transport links (train, tube and bus) and free parking – although situated within the
o Please note that we would recommend a school visit and/or arrange a virtual meeting with the
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