An exciting opportunity for a passionate, skilled, flexible and committed professional to work with our students in our outstanding SEN school. In our setting, designated for students with social, emotional and mental health needs, you will be supporting students with their academic achievement by delivering the IT/Media curriculum to Key Stages 3 and 4, as well as assisting with their personal and social development as a pastoral tutor. This role is demanding and challenging, but very rewarding. The successful candidate will be an outstanding and flexible practitioner, be emotionally robust and committed to student progress. A sound knowledge of the IT/Media curriculum is essential to ensure that provision and interventions are relevant and current.
Free lunch and refreshments as well as free parking onsite
Regular mentoring and coaching
Regular training from internal and external experts
Career progression opportunities
Working in a beautiful setting
Discounted venue hire for parties/weddings
West Heath School is an Independent SEN residential school with charity status. We provide a therapeutically informed learning environment for children aged 10-19 who have suffered some form of trauma and are unable to access main stream education. As a Social, Emotional and Mental Health specialist setting, we believe in ‘rebuilding lives through education’, developing life skills and encouraging students to enjoy social activities.
“A fun place to work where social development is valued as much as education”
“The support you receive from the moment you arrive at West Heath School is excellent…”
“Two days are never the same at West Heath School and this certainly keeps you on your toes!”
Closing date: 9:00am Thursday 15th November 2018
Interviews w/c: 19th November 2018
To find out more about our school, please visit www.westheathschool.com
Working at West Heath School involves close and unsupervised contact with vulnerable groups including children and as such is a regulated activity. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Applicants must be willing to undergo safeguarding screening appropriate to the post.