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  • Closing date

    1 December 2023 at 9am

  • Date listed

    16 November 2023

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No, visa sponsorship not available

Key stage

Key stage 1, Key stage 2

Working pattern

Contract type


Full-time equivalent salary


Specialist Teacher SEMH Resourced Provision job summary


We are looking for a teacher who is committed and passionate about SEND to work in our newly opened SEMH provision( commissioned for 6 places.) We currently have 5 children from year 2 to year 5. We have high ambition for the children across all areas- academic achievements and social and emotional resilience.
The successful candidate will be responsible for planning a highly engaging adaptive curriculum, which ensures needs are met and pupils are able to thrive and make progress. (Planning for all year groups is in place and can be used and adapted) The successful teacher needs to love being outdoors whatever the weather and be willing to think big to meet the needs of pupils. 
The provision is staffed with a full time teacher, a part time HLTA, two teaching assistants as well as supported by a lead teacher. As the day to day specialist teacher, you will be responsible for the deployment of staff and timetabling which is best suited to the cohort.
As a school, we are proud of our culture and ethos, which we have achieved through high expectations, honesty and strong teamwork. We recognise that different pupils need different pathways to ensure they thrive and can see themselves as successful. We want our provision pupils to access mainstream lessons where apprropiate.
We can offer a big team of supportive colleagues and a very involved SLT, who are all passionate about SEND. Our school is relatively new so facilities and environment are modern.  Emotion coaching and trauma informed practice will drive the way that behaviour choices are managed alongside a consistent expectation and accountability.
If you are interested in the post, please come and visit or call ro speak with us.


Our Additionally Resourced Provision forms one of many across Kirklees offering five strands of support (children with complex communication and interaction needs, SEMH needs, cognition & learning needs, sensory Impairments, and physical impairments), each providing support for children and young people in mainstream schools across Kirklees. Our ARP is for Social Emotional Mental Health and supports children with challenging behaviours.


You will work in partnership with school and the wider team in relation to organising, delivering, and evaluating learning for children, and involving parents/carers in the process. It involves working closely with the SENCO, class teachers and support staff within the main school and linking with other agencies as appropriate.


This role is required to work as part of a school-based provision.


Key areas of responsibility

To carry out the professional duties of a teacher outlined in the most recent Teacher’s Pay and Conditions document, including Teachers Professional Standards.

Additionally, you may be required to work with Mainstream Schools to assist transition in partnership with the school and parents and offer advice and support with regard to pupils with Special Educational Needs.

Pupil Progress

· Contribute to reviews of identified pupils and support with the achievement of the outcomes identified in the EHCP.

· Monitor, report and evaluate the effectiveness of the support provided by Teachers and Support Staff in school.

· Take pastoral responsibility for named pupils within the Additionally Resourced Provision.

· Responsibility for sharing progress with the main school, parents/carers, and agencies, through rigorous reporting, meetings and contributing the wider pupil progress cycles.

· Set and evaluate individual targets (academic and personal/social) including IEPs, MSPs, APDRs and review and report on progress for all designated pupils.

General teaching responsibilities

· Plan, deliver and review specific teaching programmes for individuals and the group of pupils.

· Contribute towards curriculum development and differentiation within the Additionally Resourced Provision and within main school.

· Contribute to the planning, delivery, and review of the overall curriculum.

· Share in maintaining good order and discipline.

· Support pupils and staff in school to facilitate inclusion.

· Prepare reports as necessary for assessing, planning, monitoring, reviewing and evaluating pupils’ progress.

· Attend meetings as required by the main school, wider agencies and Local Authority.

· Support of pupils and their parents/carers in enabling pupils to make the most of the educational opportunities offered by the Additionally Resourced Provision and main school.

· Establish and maintain effective and high-quality relationships with parents/carers and other professionals

· Liaise with other agencies when appropriate e.g., Social Care, Health Agencies, Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations.

· Organise and attend, annual and interim reviews for pupils with statements of SEN.


· To promote Equality and Diversity ensuring that, specifics of gender, race, class, ability and disability are treated in a positive and no-discriminatory manner.

· To attend meetings with colleagues, parents and outside agencies as directed by the Principal.

· To adhere to safe working practices and to report any dangerous events or equipment to the relevant person.

· To carry out any other duties appropriate to the level expected of a teacher on standard scale relating to the efficient organisation of the school.

· To participate on Performance Management as required by Government Regulations.




· As part of your wider duties and responsibilities you are required to promote and actively support the Trusts ‘responsibilities towards safeguarding.  Safeguarding is about keeping people safe and protecting people from harm, neglect, abuse and injury.  It is about creating safe places, being vigilant and doing something about any concerns you might have.  It isn’t just about the very old and the very young, it is about everyone who may be vulnerable.

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About Beaumont Primary Academy

School type
Free School, ages 2 to 11
Education phase
View all Primaryjobs
School size
682 pupils enrolled
Age range
2 to 11

Beaumont Primary Academy opened in September 2016 and will be up to Year 4 in September 2020. When it reaches capacity, it will be a 650 place 2-11 academy and is situated in the grounds of Moor End Academy in Crosland Moor, Huddersfield and near to the award winning Beaumont Park. In September, numbers are expected to be approximately 360. As part of South Pennine Academies, Beaumont Primary Academy is well supported by a successful Trust team led by the CEO, Jane Acklam OBE.

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