Are you able to work successfully with
boys who have complex neurodevelopment disorders such as ADHD / FASD / PDA /
PTSD / ODD /Sp.LD / ASD or developmental delay?
Can you keep your head in a crisis?
Can you empathise with chronic social
difficulties, and yet keep firm professional boundaries?
Can you maintain professional
boundaries whilst working very closely with pupils and their families?
If so, we would like to hear from you!
The Polygon School is a specialist
school that supports, educates and helps to make a difference to the lives of 72
young men with social, emotional and mental health issues. All Pupils attending this school hold an
Education, Health Care Plan.
The Polygon School is looking for enthusiastic and passionate individuals
to work with pupils unable to access mainstream education and may be of
interest to a new graduate who is considering a career in education or to an
experienced person looking for a interesting career change.
Your role will be to work alongside and support the pupils throughout the
school day, to ensure that they can participate in all learning situations and to
help them build up their self-esteem and improve their academic progress, so
they can achieve their full potential.
This is a challenging yet rewarding role so strong interpersonal skills
are required as well as a willingness to support challenging pupils on a daily
basis. Specific training will be given
to enable you to carry out this element of the role.
Previous experience of working within an SEMH Provision is desirable but
training will be available for the right candidate.
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