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Behaviour Mentor

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Job description

"Our support team is expanding for September 2019, and due to this we wish to appoint a Behaviour Mentor to join our team in the new academic year. The successful Behaviour Mentor will work with identified pupils across Key Stage Three and GCSE, monitoring behaviour and implementing strategies to improve behaviour across the cohort with the support of the SENCO and Inclusion Manager" - Head Teacher.

If you are seeking a rewarding position within a mainstream secondary school supporting positive behaviour management and improving outcomes for young people, please see further details of the available Behaviour Mentor position below;

  • Full time Behaviour Mentor position, September 2019 start
  • Working with small groups of identified pupils, improving behaviour & outcomes
  • Full support from SENCO and Inclusion Manager
  • Access to CPD training courses through partner schools
  • Great location, North of Central Manchester, accessible via the M60
  • Earn between £1200 - £1400 per month. *Experience dependent

**Experience working with children and young people within an educational/youth work setting is highly desirable for this position. **

The large secondary school is oversubscribed with 1,300 pupils currently on roll. The school services a diverse community, resulting in higher than average number of pupils with English as an Additional Language (EAL) and significantly more pupils receiving Pupil Premium funding throughout their education. The successful Behaviour Mentor will work with a range of pupils across the Key Stages who have been identified to display challenging behaviour in school. These pupils will work in small groups and on a 1:1 basis to improve behaviour, motivation and standards throughout next academic year.

Located near to North Manchester, our client secondary school can be accessed via the M60 motorway. For non-drivers, there are a number of public transportation links from neighbouring areas Rochdale and Oldham that lead directly to the school.

Those interested in this position are urged to apply straight away. For immediate consideration, please submit a full CV to Nicola Pollitt outlining all experiences with children and young people. To obtain further information, please contact the Manchester West Secondary Office on the phone number provided below;

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

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