Behaviour Mentor

Wheatley, Oxfordshire
£90 - £100 per day + Paid on a weekly basis

Job Title: Behaviour Mentor

Location: Wheatley, Oxfordshire

Type: Full-Time, Permanent

Rates of Pay: £90 to £100 per day (paid on a weekly basis)

Monarch Education is seeking a dedicated and experienced Behaviour Mentor to join our team at a special school in Wheatley. As a Behaviour Mentor, you will play a crucial role in creating a positive and inclusive learning environment for students with special educational needs. This is a full-time position, and we are looking for a passionate individual who is committed to making a difference in the lives of students.


  • Behavioural Support: Provide targeted support to students with challenging behaviours, helping them develop appropriate coping strategies and social skills.

  • Individualised Plans: Collaborate with teachers and other staff members to develop and implement individualised behaviour plans for students, tailoring strategies to meet their unique needs.

  • Mentoring: Establish positive and trusting relationships with students, acting as a mentor and role model to encourage positive behaviour and academic success.

  • Collaboration: Work closely with teachers, parents, and other professionals to ensure a collaborative and cohesive approach to behavioural support.

  • Monitoring and Reporting: Track and document student progress, providing regular updates to the school leadership team, parents, and relevant stakeholders.

  • Crisis Intervention: Be prepared to handle crisis situations and provide appropriate support to students in times of distress.


  • Experience: Previous experience in a similar role, preferably within a special educational needs (SEN) setting.

  • Qualifications: A relevant qualification in behaviour management, education, or a related field is highly desirable.

  • Communication Skills: Strong communication and interpersonal skills to effectively liaise with students, staff, parents, and external professionals.

  • Patience and Empathy: A patient and empathetic approach, with the ability to understand and respond to the individual needs of students.

  • Team Player: Ability to work collaboratively with a diverse team of educators and support staff.

  • Flexibility: Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability in responding to the dynamic needs of the students and the school environment.

How to Apply:

If you are passionate about making a positive impact on the lives of students with special educational needs and possess the required skills and qualifications, we would love to hear from you. Please submit your CV and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience.

Monarch Education is an equal opportunity employer, and we encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply.

Note: The information provided in this job advert is for illustrative purposes only, and actual details may vary. Adjustments can be made based on the specific needs and requirements of Monarch Education.


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