Behaviour Mentor

Area(s)

Primary School

Location

Europe > England > South West England

Type

Temporary, Temporary

Salary

£325 - £375 per week + CPD, PAYE and Contract

Reference

BEHAV98664

Date Posted

January 13, 2020

Start Date

13 Jan 2020 12:29

Applications Close

February 12, 2020

Job Description

Behaviour Mentor | Bristol Primary School | Ofsted Good

About the role:

-Supporting behaviour and inclusion of identified pupils
-1:1 support and small group support with SEMH (Social Emotional Mental Health Needs)
-Sports Coaches, Social Workers, Psychology & Youth Work Graduates are welcomed to apply

About the school:

A Primary School located St Pauls are looking to recruit a Behaviour Mentor to support a pupil with emotional and behavioural difficulties. They are looking to engage with someone who is experienced with creating strategies to remove barriers to learning and for the child to become settled within the school environment.

The school have recently set up a Nurture Unit within the school where a few children attend to enjoy daily school life and this is supported by a HLTA who works directly with the other 1:1’s in the Nurture Provision and overseen by the experienced SENCO.

You will:

*Be experienced supporting children with challenging behaviours; this does not need to be school based, those from a Youth Work, Social Care, Residential Care and Sports Coaching background are welcomed to apply
*Have a calm, nurturing approach with clear expectations
*Be confident building positive relationships with pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to help them progress both socially and academically

The Primary School is located in St Pauls and serves a diverse catchment area. A staff team who are passionate about raising pupil attainment and helping children to reach their potential combined with modern resources and facilities, make this a lovely school to be a part of.

This is a great opportunity for anyone who is passionate about helping children to enjoy their learning and achieve their potential.

If you feel you have the skills and experience to be considered for this role and would like to find out more, please send your CV to sarah.hadfield@monarcheducation.com or call 0117 938 2100.

We are committed to providing equal opportunities for all candidates as well as adhering to strict Safeguarding procedures. Your application will be subject to 2 references and an enhanced DBS check.

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