|School||Unlocking Potential - The Corner School|
|Address||Douglas Avenue, Wembley HA0 4DT|
|Head||Interim Cassie Oakeshott |
The school has its own competitive salary scale (+ internal allowances) which is aligned
|Hours||Full Time (5 days per week)|
|Interviews||Interviews will be arranged as applications are received and shortlisted, please don’t hesitate to make your application|
|How to apply|| |
Please make your application by submitting an application form, your CV along with a supporting statement (max 2 A4 pages), which clearly demonstrates your suitability for the role and how you meet the key criteria set out within the person specification criteria in the candidate pack(we will be reviewing shortlisted candidates closely against the person specification).
|Additional information|| |
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. It's a criminal offence for a person to work with a group from which they have been barred from working. All roles are subject to safer recruitment practices, and this position will require an Enhanced Disclosure with Barred list check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS)
For an informal discussion, for further information, or if you require any reasonable adjustments at any stage of the application process, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Corner School is a specialist school for Children with Social Emotional & Mental Health (SEMH) needs, graded good by Ofsted in February 2022, and run by the charity Unlocking Potential.
We have children in both key stage 1 and 2 and we believe that every child can learn and enjoy a fulfilling school life, regardless of their social, emotional and mental health needs.
Our dedicated team of teachers, Teaching Assistants and therapists work together to develop personalised, dynamic support for each learner enabling them to grow in their own unique way. We offer a safe and nurturing environment and the stability needed to gain an emotional balance and to develop their self-esteem and resilience.
The Class Teacher will play a key role in our small school, this is a new role reporting directly to the Headteacher and represents an exciting opportunity to have a meaningful impact on the lives of children with SEMH needs. This role has been created due to expansion.
You will have a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, be resilient in working with special needs children and be passionate about helping our children achieve their full potential.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a teacher wanting to take an active role in developing trauma aware teaching, positive education and well being practices to manage a child's stress response.
- Have a clear understanding of the impact of early years adverse childhood experiences, trauma, neurodivergence and complex social, emotional and mental health needs on the learning styles and behaviour of children
- Take an active role in developing trauma-aware teaching, physiological and affect regulation, positive education, and wellbeing practices to manage a child's stress response and develop learning stamina and engagement
- Be a reflective practitioner and ensure that the children’s needs are at the forefront
- Ensure the schools’ SEMH and nurture-based approach is maintained and ensure that any therapy delivered by professionals is respected and weaved into, where appropriate, curriculum delivery
Please see the full person specification for further information.
Brent Schools are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check.