This lovely school in Croydon is seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic professional to join the team as a Specialist in Social, Emotional, and Mental Health (SEMH). This challenging yet rewarding role involves working closely with secondary school students who have Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (EBD) and/or SEMH.
- Develop and implement effective strategies to support students with EBD and SEMH.
- Foster a positive and inclusive learning environment for students facing emotional and behavioural challenges.
- Collaborate with teachers, parents, and external agencies to create personalized plans for student success.
- Provide one-on-one and group support to address specific emotional and behavioural needs.
- Implement and monitor behaviour management strategies to promote a positive school culture.
- A genuine passion for supporting the social, emotional, and mental well-being of students.
- Experience working with secondary school students with EBD and SEMH.
- Strong communication and collaboration skills.
- Ability to develop and implement targeted interventions.
- Knowledge of current best practices in SEMH support.
- Relevant degree or certification in psychology, counselling, or a related field.
- Previous experience working in a similar role within an educational setting is desirable.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates are invited to submit their CV along with a cover letter detailing their relevant experience and explaining their interest in the position. Please email your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
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