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Behaviour Mentor

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Are you looking to support students in a school environment?

Are you looking to work mentoring students?

Do you have experience of working with students within a secondary school environment?

A large secondary school in the south Manchester area is looking for a Behaviour Mentor/Teaching Assistant to join their ever-growing support department. The school is a flourishing school and has an Inclusion centre within their SEN department where students are supported on a 1 to 1 basis. The school are seeking an experienced Mentor or TA to join their growing team to support students within this area as well as in the classroom. This school has a second to none provision for students with additional needs.

This is a full-time support role starting in April (Monday 19th) with the view that schools will be reopen by this point at the latest. The school are in the process of identifying students who require specific support with the requirement only due to increase as a result of the national school closure.

Key benefits of this Mentor role:

  • Work within a successful and thriving SEN department, working closely with the SENCO
  • Work with students of all age ranges and abilities
  • Support students who are disengaged with school life and required 1 to 1 support
  • Gain valuable experience at a successful Stretford based secondary school

The successful candidate should be keen to work with students that may have behavioural issues or require additional attention and support. The school has a strong support network and believes in an inclusive nature. They are therefore looking for a motivated individual who has previous experience working with students either in a secondary school setting or a pupil referral unit.

  • Earning potential up to GBP1350 per month
  • Full time Behaviour Mentor role
  • South Manchester based secondary school (Didsbury/Fallowfield area)

Ideally the successful mentor will be able to relate to the students well, acting as a role model and someone they can look up to. Engaging with the students is the key to this role and will suit someone who can build on relationships and gain the trust and buy in from students.

If you are interested in this support role, please do not hesitate to apply now with your latest CV below outlining any relevant experience in a similar role or setting.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

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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