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Inclusion Worker (SEMH & Academic Support) x 2

Ethos College, Dewsbury, WF13 4QS

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  • Application deadline

    9 June 2022 at 12:00pm

  • Date listed

    20 May 2022

Job details

Working pattern

Contract type

Fixed term (Until August 2023)

Annual or full time equivalent salary

£23,484 to £24,920

Actual salary

£17,890 to £18,984

Inclusion Worker (SEMH & Academic Support) x 2 job summary

This is an exciting opportunity to join Ethos Academy Trust, where we aim to deliver the very best educational experiences for pupils from across the primary and secondary age range. Our academies are welcoming, calm and purposeful and, within a nurturing ethos, our learners are stretched academically, supported pastorally and developed socially and e
motionally.
We are looking to appoint an inspirational Inclusion Worker (SEMH & Academic Support) to join our passionate and hardworking team at Ethos College. Ethos College is rated as “Outstanding” by Ofsted and is an Alternative Provision for Key Stage 4 pupils.

The role will be to successfully motivate, inspire and engage vulnerable children and their families. You will assist in the delivery of lessons to pupils in a group and also support pupils on a 1:1 basis (in and out of the classroom environment), to re-focus pupils in learning and engagement. You will be key in the development of pupils’ essential skills and emotional resilience in a stimulating and supportive environment. You will be required to work imaginatively and in partnership with parents and carers, teaching and support staff in schools and other professionals in order to achieve the very best outcomes for the pupils. You will be integral to the success of the pupils at Reach and support their academic and pastoral needs.

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About Ethos College

School type
Academy, ages 5 to 16
Education phase
School size
18 pupils enrolled
Age range
5 to 16
Contact email
ddunn@eat.uk.com
Contact phone number
01924 469170

Ethos College is based in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire and is a part of the Ethos Academy Trust. Ethos College provides long-term full-time education to Key Stage 4 pupils (ages 14 to 16) with wide ranging Social,
Emotional Mental Health (SEMH) needs. From our school, we also provide one to one teaching for a number of pupils across Key Stages 1 to 4 who are referred with medical needs or those whose needs are
more complex.

We are a well-established Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) with a long-standing reputation for achieving outstanding outcomes with vulnerable pupils. Our nurture-based philosophy underpins our practice. At Ethos College we provide a caring, stimulating, safe and welcoming environment where learning is enjoyable, and teaching is personalised to the needs and interests of individuals. Students are supported to fulfil their academic potential whilst developing the confidence and skills required to succeed in post-16 education, employment or training.

We recognise that children and young people may present themselves in a variety of ways. These may include becoming withdrawn or isolated from their friends and studies through to displaying challenging, disruptive or disturbing behaviours. For many young people these behaviours may reflect underlying mental health needs.

Our outstanding staff team are skilled at working with young people with needs across the SEMH range. In partnership with parents, carers and other professionals, we take a holistic approach to ensuring a young
person’s needs are identified and met throughout their journey at Ethos College, preparing them for the next stage of their lives.

At Ethos College, you will find strong, hardworking and dedicated members of staff. We believe in investing in our staff team and all staff have the opportunity to access high quality internal and external professional development. Working at Ethos College is extremely rewarding; making a difference to vulnerable young people across the local authority as part of a wider staff team and knowing that the work you have done has made an impact on a young person’s education and life chances.

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