Are you an
emotionally intelligent, fun, resilient and determined person who is passionate
about education? Are you looking for a new challenge? Would you like to work in
a school where nothing surprises you and no two days are the same? This is a highly
rewarding role in a fantastic, challenging and unique school for someone with
extensive school experience working with vulnerable children.
Primary school serves children with complex social, emotional and mental health
(SEMH) needs. Our children arrive having experienced some form of trauma(s) and
all have an Education & Health Care Plan with varying needs such as attachment,
SCLN, ADHD, ASD or ODD. All of our
children need patience, time and care.
We rely on a successful, experienced
and capable team of people, dedicated to improving the life chances of those
already excluded from a mainstream setting.
We are currently looking to recruit new members to our support staff
team. We are looking for people who can look beyond the behaviours children
display as we seek to establish the messages they are attempting to
communicate. Our curriculum is personalised
with an aim to support, challenge and inspire children. Our collective drive is
to reignite their love for learning and for them to achieve.
We hold high expectations
of our children who make accelerated academic progress as well as improve their
social and emotional responses and behaviours.
Successful candidates will have the responsibility for keeping children
safe, enhancing their self-esteem, providing appropriate challenge as well as
supporting teachers in delivering purposeful, inspiring and engaging learning
The safety, welfare and wellbeing
of the children is the first priority of Governors and staff at Beormund
Primary School. All appointments are
subject to appropriate vetting and barring checks, as described in the current
DfE Guidance ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’
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