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Key Stage 2 Teacher

Job description

SEMH TA required

  • Continuous CPD
  • Supportive SLT
  • Opportunity for progression

This school in Woking is a special school for young people all of whom have a statement identifying social, emotional and mental health difficulties as their primary need. The school can admit up to 60 boys between the ages of 11 to 16 and can also offer up to 22 residential places.

The school has a vision of commitment to the inclusion of young people with special needs and disabilities in our society. This begins by offering an outstanding education and is supported by our commitment to life-long learning. It also addresses negative attitudes, lack of services or ready access to them and other harmful social, economic and cultural barriers.

The staff and governors provide a highly effective and individual package of education, care and pastoral support to young people who may have only negative experiences of school. A safe, caring environment supported by high levels of staffing ensures that each pupil has the opportunity to make progress and achieve their full potential.

The school has an excellent reputation amongst parents and the local community, and is at the heart of a network of special academies providing expertise, training and resources to both teaching and non-teaching professionals, parents and carers

If you live in Woking or can easily travel to the Woking area from surrounding regions and you feel like you are a candidate who has one or more of these qualities, or simply want to find out more about this exciting opportunity, please call Ed Alston on 01189 071 531 or email

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