Woodstock School is the primary provision of the Woodway Federation, specialising in supporting pupils experiencing Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEHM) difficulties. We aim to be part of a joined-up provision offering our pupils the outstanding education they deserve. If you are an innovative, motivated, organised, flexible and hardworking teacher who strives for excellence for all, we are interested in you.
We are looking for teachers with:
- Good Knowledge of SEN Code of Practice, in particular SEMH education
- Experience with the use of assessment data
- Strategies for raising achievement of pupils with SEMH
- Commitment to Safeguarding
- Commitment to working collaboratively as part of a team
- Commitment to raising attainment for all
- Commitment to actively promoting inclusion
- Experience of managing HLTAs and/or TA's in the classroom
You will bring our innovative curriculum to life as you maintain good order and discipline, engage pupils with SEN, and stimulate children of all abilities to reach their full potential. We will give you real scope to develop the social, emotional and cultural aspects of your pupils’ learning, and encourage you to set clear targets for both behaviour and academic achievement, so you will enjoy plenty of autonomy and wide-ranging opportunities to shape the way we work.
You will be part of:
- An exciting and innovative development of an All-through learning community
- A dedicated team of staff who strive for excellence
- A caring and inclusive ethos
- A school which has supportive Governors and Parents with high expectations of the school
An experienced and successful primary teacher, ideally with a background within an SEMH school, you will bring everything it takes to engage children and transform their futures. Like us, you will be passionate about safeguarding, deeply committed to releasing potential, and determined to make a difference every day. Whilst not essential, EYFS/KS1 experience is advantageous.
Interviews will be held week commencing 9 July 2019
The Woodway Federation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This appointment is subject to an enhanced DBS check and positive references.