Full-time equivalent salary
- £23,100.28 per annum
Senior SEMH Teaching Assistant job summary
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an ambitious and ideas driven Senior SEMH Mentor to work in our Secondary school.
Duties include supporting the development of a school wide provision that will remove barriers to students with social, emotional and mental health and maximise pupil participation and progress by delivering a whole school restorative approach to conflict through an understanding of child development and the impact traumatic experiences and disordered attachment have on students and their behaviours.
The responsibilities will include supporting the development of the discreet Student Support Centre, the Reflection Room and working alongside teachers and students both inside and outside of mainstream classrooms. You will be expected to work closely with the SENDCO and AHT for Behaviour for Learning in supporting continuity of expectations in behaviour and learning throughout the school.
The academy is committed to your professional development. You will have ongoing support from the senior leadership team and will attend appropriate training and development opportunities. You will be given support, time and space to grow as a leader and improve the provision across the school. You will have the support of a dedicated senior leadership team to ensure you are able to focus on delivering outstanding teaching and learning.
Our goal is to provide outstanding education and life changing opportunities for all our children. We want to be recognised for academic excellence and having a reputation for giving pupils the critical skills and knowledge necessary to be successful in education, employment and life.
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