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Behaviour specialist

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Job description

Are you qualified in youth work or experienced behaviour mentor? Are you looking to make a transition into working in primary education?

If so, please see further details of an exciting, full-time behaviour mentor role at our client primary school based in Uxbridge.

Due to an ever increasing amount of pupils joining the school year on year, the SENCO at our client primary school are looking to appoint a behaviour mentor to join them and support identified students on a 1:1 basis to ensure the students are not temporarily or permanently excluded from the school and can continue to be educated to a high standard.

  • GBP65 - GBP90 per day, paid on supply initially with a view to a contract
  • Working on a one-to-one basis ensuring students are engaged during lessons
  • Supporting independent learning in the inclusion unit
  • Gain invaluable experience for those looking to transition into working in SEN provisions
  • September 2020 start date

Located in the area of Uxbridge - connected by multiple train and bus services. Our client school is easily accessible from all areas of London, including having a large on site car park for staff.

Following their transition to a joint infant and junior school they are yet to be assessed by Ofsted, but have had an outstanding response from parents and staff for their opening and introduction of the school. Within the school there is a high number of SEN, EAL and challening students, they have dedicated members of staff that have built a strong rapport with them individually to help them grow in a number of different ways across the school. The school has focused on creating a safe and positive learning environment for all.

If you would like to register your interest and gain further information on this position, please call using the number below. Alternatively please submit an up to date CV including all of your recent experience.

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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