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  • Location Elements Academy
  • Salary MPS/UPS plus SEN1 £2,270
  • Closing Date 9:00am Wednesday 31st August 2022


Key Outcomes

• Develop an ambitious, personalised primary-based curriculum, for individuals and groups of pupils to re-engage them in learning, supporting individual learning pathways in response to SEMH needs and ensuring high quality outcomes.
• Effectively implement tracking and assessment processes to monitor, report and evaluate the effectiveness of the curriculum and its impact on pupil progress.
• Develop an inspiring nurturing classroom environment conducive to learning.
• Have pastoral responsibility for named pupils within the academy.
• Have responsibility for reporting pupil progress to parents/carers and agencies, through a range of reports.
• Set individual targets (academic and personal/social), review and report on progress for all pupils.
• Use Boxall profiles (and other SEMH tools) to provide a clear assessment of pupils’ SEMH development needs and track their progress towards set targets.
• Liaise with colleagues to ensure high quality provision is delivered and best practice is shared across the Trust.
• Provide a stimulating, educational environment for specific groups of pupils with a range of needs.
• Develop a positive ethos that ensure a calm classroom environment through the effective implementation of the academy’s behaviour and relationship policy.
• Have responsibility for a designated subject area(s).
• Attend meetings as required by the Head Teacher.
• Contribute to the maintenance of up-to date records within the Trust.
• Support pupils and their parents/carers in enabling them to make the most of the educational opportunities offered by the Trust.
• Liaise with other agencies when appropriate i.e. Social Services, Educational Psychology, the Virtual School, CAHMS, SENDACT etc.
Main Duties
• Keep abreast of developments in all areas of the National Curriculum, Special Educational Needs and teaching and learning.
• Participate in continuing professional development (CPD) and performance management in line with Trust policy and practice.
• Carry out any other duties, appropriate to the level reasonably expected of a teacher paid an equivalent SEN allowance, relating to the efficient organisation of the service.
• Take reasonable care of the health and safety of self, other persons and resources whilst at work.
• Co-operate with management of the Trust as far as is necessary to enable the responsibilities placed up on the Trust under Health and Safety at Work to be performed e.g. operate safe working practices.
• Carry out professional duties of a teacher outlined in the most recent Teacher’s Pay and Conditions document, including Teachers Professional Standards, as directed by the Head Teacher.
• Research, prepare and select teaching resources that meet the diversity of pupils’ needs and interests.
• Effectively use Information Communication Technology (ICT) to enhance learning activities and increase pupils’ competence and confidence.
• Adhere to the Trust’s policies and ensure they are applied consistently.


• Be aware of and support difference and ensure equal opportunities for all.
• Contribute to the overall ethos/work/aims of the Trust.
• Attend meetings within the Trust, at its academies and external events as required.
• Share expertise and skills with others.
• Participate in training and other learning activities and performance development as required.
• Work effectively and professionally with all stakeholders, promoting the Trust positively at all times.
• Recognise own strengths and areas of expertise and use these to advise and support colleagues.
• Maintain confidentiality always in respect of school-related matters and to prevent disclosure of confidential and sensitive information.
• Ensure strict confidentiality in all areas of work.
• All employees are required to uphold the values of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty and tolerance and have mutual respect for those with different faiths and beliefs (Prevent).
• Work and process personal and sensitive information in accordance with Data Protection Act 2018 including the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) 2018.
• Understand and comply with the statutory guidance regarding safeguarding of children, ensuring the safeguarding and promotion of children’s welfare at all times, reporting any concerns to the Designated Safeguarding Lead immediately.


Get in Touch

Ethos Academy Trust

Field Hill Centre
Batley Field Hill
WF17 0BQ

Telephone01924 478 482


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