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Behaviour Support Assistant, Manchester, Secondary SEMH

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Job description

Small Secondary school in the Manchester LEA require a Behaviour Support Assistant to work with a group of male students across Key Stage Three and Key Stage Four this academic year. This position will commence with in September any more than likely will continue for the academic year, however will be reviewed on a termly basis.

  • Full time Behaviour Support position
  • Supporting a group of male students (KS3 and KS4)
  • Tracking progress and promoting positive behaviour management
  • Working directly with Inclusion Manager and Behaviour Officer at school
  • Delivering intervention sessions and providing drop in sessions

The school currently have a small group of male pupils who require additional support during lesson times. The successful Behaviour Support Assistant will work with these pupils on engagement strategies, behaviour management and confidence building. It is essential that the incoming Behaviour Support Assistant has previously worked with young males aged 11-16 in a mentoring or support capacity.This position is ideal for Sports Coaches, Behaviour Mentors, or Graduates wishing to pursue a career in educational support.

This is a secondary social, emotional and mental health school (SEMH) that caters for up to 25 pupils. This school provides focused interventions, amending lessons based on the cohorts interests and abilities. A lot of pupils will complete vocational studies, however some are completing GCSE's.

  • Earn up to £300 per week
  • Located near to Wythenshawe, easily accessible via M56 and A34
  • Gain invaluable experience, with opportunities of progression
  • Access to CPD courses and additional training

The Inclusion Manager wishes to meet interested Behaviour Support Assistants at the earliest convenience. For immediate consideration, please send a full CV to Georgia Lloyd. To obtain further information, please contact the Manchester SEN Office via the phone number below

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

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

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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