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Behaviour Support Assistant Required in Orrell

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Are you experienced supporting pupils with SEMH, Challenging Behavioural needs or ASC needs? Are you able to implement effective behaviour management strategies or are you Team Teach trained? Do you have a real passion for making a difference in pupils learning journeys and providing further opportunities to pupils that come from disadvantaged backgrounds?

If so a larger than average primary school located in the Orrell area of Wigan and was previously graded as Outstanding by Ofsted, is looking to appoint a behaviour support assistant to work specifically with two people in one of the year 5 classes, tailoring specific interventions to ensure that little learning time is wasted and pupils remain on task in a safe and nurturing environment.

In order to be successful you will need to:

  • Have previous experience dealing with challenging behaviour, SEMH, Counselling or ASC needs.
  • Have a calm and approachable manor.
  • Have a real passion to make a difference in pupil's lives.
  • Team Teach training would be beneficial, however is not essential.
  • Have a strong classroom presence.
  • Be confident implementing effective behaviour management strategies.
  • Be pro-active, enthusiastic and flexible.
  • Be a strong communicator and be able to work as part of a team.

In return the school can offer you:

  • A school that aims to create a place where pupils are able to grow in a safe environment, share learning with others, learn through opportunities and laugh in a community that makes the most of everyday.
  • A real opportunity to make a difference.
  • A strong leadership team that aim to support all staff so that they are able to improve and succeed in what they are aiming to achieve.

If this sounds like the role for you, please call the Manchester West Primary Branch on 0161 242 1792. Alternatively email your CV/covering letter for immediate consideration or more information regarding this behaviour support role.

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

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