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Job description

A school in North London is seeking a Behaviour Mentor

School in the Enfield area is seeking a Behaviour Mentor

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The School

An exciting opportunity for a Behaviour Mentor has arisen from a school in the Enfield area. The School has received a "GOOD" rating from Ofsted and has produced some fantastic GCSE and A level results - far above the national average. The School prides themselves with values; Personal Excellence, Respect, Friendship, Inspiration, Determination, Courage and Equality. The School has an effective behaviour policy, rewarding good behaviour weekly, monthly and yearly.

The Role

**Behaviour Mentor - East London**

**Behaviour Mentor - Enfield**

As a Behaviour Mentor, you will be working 1:1 or in small groups to focus children with bad behaviour. You will work closely with senior members of staff to implement the schools behaviour policy and help students understand the importance of a good education and that it comes with good behaviour!

Behaviour Mentor - Enfield:
Requirements;

  • Experience as a Behaviour Mentor - Ideal
  • Educated to Degree Level - Ideal
  • Experience in Education - Essential
  • A qualification in teaching - Ideal

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Teaching Personnel is the UK's leading provider of education staff. By registering with us you can excellent support and fantastic rates of pay. For immediate consideration, please send your CV through to James in the London Secondary Branch at Or for more information on the role or our company, feel free to get in touch on 020 7593 3077. We are available at 7am-7pm, ready to speak at a time that suits you.

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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