Contract : Full time, Long-term
Start date : ASAP / September 2022
End date : July 2023
Working Hours : 8 : 30am-3 : 30pm / 4.00pm
Provision : Secondary SEN Provision (WN8)
The role :
The role of a behaviour mentor would be to provide support and sustained change to students who need help to overcome their barriers to learning and attendance.
It is important that you make the effort to understand the school’s ethos and values and to model this to the children to all aspects of school life, therefore being a good role model for the children.
You will provide high expectations for behaviour and expect the children to make considerable progress with this. You will create and implement strategies for children to promote positive outcomes.
You will provide ongoing support for the children and guide them in making them the right choices. Part of the role will be to develop a 1 : 1 mentoring relationship with the children receiving support and work closely with them in the aim to meet their behaviour targets.
The provision :
The Secondary SEN Provision is looking for up to four behaviour mentors to work within different classes. These full-time roles are ideally due to start as soon as possible however dependent on the successful applicants, there is scope for them to start in September 2022.
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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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