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Behaviour Support

  1. SEND Support
  2. Lancashire
Date posted : 23/02/24
  1. Full Time
£11.85 - 12.50 per hour

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                                                                 Behaviour support

Primary Specialist Provision (5-11)

Contract: Monday – Friday; Full time (8.15am-3.30pm)
Pay: £11.85 - £13.00 p/h

As a behaviour support the main role is to encourage children who struggle to regulate their emotions and need help to support their behavioural needs. The role will be to assist children in completing activities led by the class teacher and to practise good choices. These can pose challenging situations as the children are often disengaged. As a result, previous experience of managing challenging behaviour is desirable – this doesn’t necessarily need to be in an educational setting, applicants who have personal experiences are accepted.

The role of behaviour support
- Offer emotional support
- Work alongside colleagues to assess the needs of the children
- Implement reflective practise to improve academic/social outcomes for the children
- Build trusting relationships with the children
- Follow personalised behaviour plans and differentiate accordingly
- Be a positive role model
- Give clear boundaries
- Reduce barriers to learning
Personal attributes of a behaviour support
- Inclusive and respectful
- Good sense of humour
- Empathy with children
- Calm, confident and resilient approach
- Team player
- Reflective

The children attending this provision have identified to have SEMH (Social Emotional Mental Health). Therefore, this provision provides personalised programmes to children to engage them – resulting in positive academic and social development. The headteacher of the school praises the welcoming ethos that it creates allowing children to flourish and grow into responsible young adults. The guidance that the provision offers encourages children to be accountable for their own behaviours and supports them in making the right choices.

What Teaching Personnel can offer you?
We are the UK’s leading education supply agency. Teaching Personnel can offer you expert advice and support through your journey of working in education. We offer abundance of CPD courses that will suit your needs. We will ensure that you will get expert advice from one of our experienced recruitment consultants.

Please get in touch with Keira by clicking apply now and you will be contacted within 48hours to discuss next steps.

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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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