are seeking an experienced teacher to provide advice, consultancy and
targeted intervention, including direct teaching, for children with SEMH needs and
staff working with them in schools and other settings. In this role you will
also design, prepare and deliver a variety of training and support to school
are looking for a skilled and experienced primary school practitioner with a good
understanding of how to address SEMH needs and reduce challenging behaviour.
- Qualified teacher
recognised SEN qualification (desirable)
of SEMH needs and of approaches to meeting them in a mainstream school setting
of the Code of Practice for SEN, including the statutory assessment process and
legislation relating to children and young people
ability to collaborate effectively within a multidisciplinary team
- The skills to help
school staff to develop their capacity to support children with SEMH needs
- The ability to
plan, organise, and deliver effective training
You will be working as part of a supportive team of fellow Specialist Teachers, with whom you will have weekly meetings to discuss your work, access advice, share concerns and celebrate successes.
You will be able to draw on the specialist knowledge of a
highly skilled multidisciplinary team.
You will receive regular supervision from a psychologist
specialising in SEMH needs.
You will be based at Robson House, located on the Netley
Campus in Camden, which benefits from excellent transport links and allows easy
access to all the amenities and attractions of central London.
For more information about Robson House and the work of our Outreach Team, please visit our website:
At Robson House, we fully
recognise the responsibilities and duty placed upon us to have arrangements to
safeguard and promote the wellbeing of all children, always considering what is
in the best interests of the child. All children have the right to equal protection from all types of harm or
abuse. At Robson House, we follow
Camden’s multi-agency safeguarding children partnership arrangements, which
include current legislation from the DfE.
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