Behaviour Mentor


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    Website Active Recruitment

    Job Title: Behaviour Mentor

    Setting: Alternative Provision School

    Location: West London

    Start date: Immediate start

    Duration: Long Term until July 2024

    Pay rate (Daily): £90 – £110 per day depending on experience

     

    Active Recruitment are currently working closely with an alternative Provision school in West London, who are seeking an experienced behaviour Mentor to join them as soon as possible on full-time, long term basis. This fantastic provision requires 1:1 and group based support for a number of pupils aged 11-16 that have displayed challenging behaviour and are in need of targeted support.

    The role:
    You will be providing  specialist support to pupils in both key stage 3 and 4 who need help overcoming barriers to learning, where behaviour and attendance issues are a cause for concern. You will be reporting the schools SENCO/ Inclusion Lead providing detailed daily feedback and learning progress reports.

     

    Duties and Responsibility:

     

    •         To participate in the assessment of all learners entering or returning to school in order to identify those who need extra help in overcoming issues relating to attendance, behaviour and following a period of exclusion.
    •         To work in partnership with all staff in drawing up and implementing an action plan for each learner in need of support
    •         To work in partnership with all school staff responsible for the learner receiving support and intervention, seeking to reach acceptable outcomes that meet the needs of the learner.
    •         To develop a 1:1 mentoring relationship with learner receiving support, aimed at achieving the goals defined in their individual action plan.
    •         To create and maintain effective, immediate intervention strategies for behaviour incidents.
    •         To work in partnership with the Heads of Learning to develop effective strategies to remove barriers to learning

     

    Requirements

    • Additional Qualifications related to children (Highly desirable)
    • Available to commit to a full-time, long-term position
    • Previous experience inspiring and motivating pupils who display challenging behaviour
    • Secondary aged support experience (not necessarily within a school)
    • Calm, patient and caring approach to working with children
    • Confident in your approach and able to deliver effective interventions

     

    The successful candidate must have an Enhanced DBS on the Update Service before starting this role.

     

    Active Recruitment LTD is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. All applicants are subject to a satisfactory enhanced check by the Disclosure and Barring Service (previously the Criminal Records Bureau) and at least two independent references. We are an Equal Opportunities employer.

     

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