SEN Teacher - SEMH/BESD

Posted 22 November by Tempest Resourcing

SEN Teacher - SEMH/BESD

Do you have a background in Social, Emotional & Mental Health (SEMH) or Behavoural, Emotional & Social Disorder (BESD)? Have you had experience with challenging behaviour? Want to work in a challenging BESD/SEMH setting?

This specialist school based just west of King's Lynn is looking for someone with experience of working with challenging children and young people. This is a specialist school for day students with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) barriers for their education.

All those admitted to the school are considered to experience communication and Interaction Difficulties, as well as Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) Difficulties. Many are considered to be socially and/or emotionally vulnerable. The school is separated to girls and boys to support tailor designed education and care. The school also provides 38-week residential boarding, in well-equipped and scrupulously maintained residential provision that is based off site.

This school believes that all young people should be provided with appropriate education in a safe, stable, containing learning environment.

The students are aged 13 to 18 and academically they range from mild learning difficulties to gifted and talented. They are given opportunities to succeed using highly personalised individual education plans which are linked to the Care Pathway for their learning barrier.

This role starts ASAP and interviews will be held next week.

This is a full time and permanent position; the successful candidate will be working with a class size of 5 to 6 students and is expected to be highly motivating.

Skills and experience required are as follows:

  • SEN
  • BESD & SEMH
  • Challenging Behaviour
  • Mental Health experience
  • Classroom experience
  • Excellent behaviour management
  • Current DBS on the update service
  • Full UK driving Licence
  • Available to interview ASAP

    The school offer:

    - A committed and enthusiastic staff.

    - Quality professional development.

    - An exciting opportunity to shape the future of the school and to set the culture for achievement and progress for all the pupils.

    - Purposeful, happy and supportive environment with learning for all at its centre.

    If you engage the students in a positive way, this will be a very satisfying role, which would look great on your CV.

    Your application will be passed onto the client and if we do not contact you directly, your application was unsuccessful on this occasion.

Required skills

  • SEN

Reference: 33861767

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