SEMH Teacher

Eden Brown Education
Oldham, UK
12 Jul 2019
23 Jul 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
SEMH Teacher


£118 - £176 per day

Eden Brown Education are currently working with an independent SEMH School in Oldham to recruit a Teacher with experience of working with KS3/4 students with SEMH.

This OUTSTANDING school work with a specific emphasis on the nurture model and have a very therapeutic approach to their students. Many of the pupils have suffered severe trauma and have been excluded from all other educational provision.

They specialise in providing a stimulating, safe environment, which is combined with an engaging, varied, personalised curriculum. They offer a flexible and adaptive approach that is rooted in meeting the individual needs of each and every learner in order to develop and maintain an ethos where education is unquestionably valued by both students and staff.

Particular Specific Responsibilities
  1. Responsible to their line manager for his/her duties, responsibilities and teaching tasks.
  2. Will interact on a professional level with all colleagues and; establish and maintain good working relationships which will promote the development and effective delivery of the school curriculum and maximise student's achievement.
  3. To undertake the teaching of the pupils in their class and the associated pastoral and administrative duties in respect of those pupils.
  4. To create and run programmes of work that focus on PE, Outdoor Education and vocational / hands on learning.
  5. Teaching all pupils in your class according to their diverse educational needs and acknowledging that every lesson counts.
  6. Creating a well-ordered and secure environment that will ensure the educational well-being of individual pupils within the group.
  7. Making effective use of ICT to enhance learning and teaching.
  8. Undertaking careful planning and delivery of the curriculum.
  9. Ensuring careful and on-going assessment of the pupils' learning to inform further planning.
  10. Ensuring that the curriculum is differentiated to mean that tasks and activities are matched to the ability of the students, allowing them to make progress at the right pace and level.
  11. Completing all assessments and records as determined by school policy in a timely fashion.
  12. Working with the Head of Education to track the progress of individual pupils and intervene where pupils are not making progress.
  13. Complete and teach individual pupil plans where pupils have specific needs. (IEPs and PEPs), Treatment Plans, Special Needs Support Plans, etc.
  14. Ensuring that equal opportunities are implemented in the classroom and throughout the school.
  15. Developing and maintaining positive relationships with carers/local authorities, which involve them actively in the classroom and in the learning process.
  16. Contributing to the whole school ethos by taking a leading role in displays around the school that promote the positive ethos and good work of the school.
  17. Contributing and cooperating with other staff and professional agencies as appropriate to the needs of the students.

If you are passionate about providing an inclusive education for all and really making a positive impact on the lives of these children and young people, this is truly an amazing opportunity!

Eden Brown Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. All of our roles are subject to the relevant checks and procedures.

Eden Brown Education is an equal opportunities employer. For more opportunities, please visit

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