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Learning Behaviour Mentor required in LS15

Job description

Teaching Personnel are working with a school that are looking for a dynamic, innovative and suitably experienced individual for the post of Learning Behaviour Mentor, to work alongside the Senior Leadership Team and teaching team to further raise standards of behaviour and improve learning opportunities across the school. We are looking for an individual who is also confident in covering classes across the school where required on an 'ad-hoc' basis. This is a non-class based role.

The School

A small (but ambitious!) Church of England Primary School, ready to build on previous recent successes and continue our journey towards being an outstanding school. The school is based in LS15 and close to public transport links.

The role will encompass all aspects of supporting behaviour, wellbeing and the learning of our pupils. This includes supporting other staff with behaviour strategies and being a first port of call for vulnerable pupils who need support managing their behaviour or assistance reducing their barriers to learning.

The successful candidate will be confident, flexible and efficient. Excellent interpersonal skills are essential and strong knowledge of managing behaviour and working in school settings is vital.

The School can offer you:

  • A school full of fantastic children who will add sparkle to every working day!
  • A supportive staff team who are united in their commitment to provide the best for our pupils.
  • Effective and tailored professional development opportunities to support you in your professional journey.

Teaching Personnel

Teaching Personnel work in partnership with a variety of leading, nationally recognised CPD providers, such as; Team Teach, Educare, Creative Education, and Leeds Trinity University.

These partners deliver an extensive range of career developing opportunities to you, covering areas such as; Accredited Team Teach, Understanding and Supporting Children and Adults on the Autism Spectrum, An Introduction to Special Educational Needs and Disability, Effective Adult Learning Support, Implications for Challenging Behaviour, Meeting the Emotional, Social and Mental Health Needs of Children and Young People, Differentiation, Data Handling, Assessment for Learning, Planning for Progression, Prevent Duty, Read Write Inc. and Child Protection in Education. In addition to this we work alongside many leaders of education and have our own ex-head teacher that provides candidates with bespoke, high-quality training. The CPD on offer will assist with your personal and career development, making you the most highly sought candidates in the market.

Contact details and how to apply

If you are interested in the upcoming Learning Behaviour Mentor position and would like to hear more about our Guaranteed Work Scheme please contact Mutale at the Leeds Primary branch on the details below or alternatively register online at- https://www.teachingpersonnel.com/leeds-primary-branch

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.

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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