An 'Outstanding' Secondary school in Harrow, North West London is seeking to appoint a passionate Science Teacher for a position starting in September 2018. The...
Behaviour Support Worker - Wandsworth - Secondary
- Behaviour Mentor
- September 2018 start
Some of the main responsibilities are:
- Conduct group work on areas such as social skills, anger management, and friendship.
- Working effectively as part of a team of mentors as well as other areas within inclusion.
- Provide one to one sessions with students that have been highlighted as vulnerable.
- Patrolling the school building to ensure that all pupils are in class.
- Overseeing the referral room for students that have been removed from lessons
You will be working in a small department of mentors who are specifically tasked with working with students in mainstream classes, looking to realign their attitudes to learning and social conduct. The School has a firm belief in inclusion and that every student matters. They would like all students to participate in mainstream lessons and your ability to reason with students and understand why their behaviour is of a standard below what is expected, plus the ability to help rectify this, is extremely desirable.
For this position you will need to have the ability to relate to pupils between the ages of 11 and 16, you will need to be firm but fair in your approach and encourage pupils into class in a positive, but authoritative manner.
In exchange for this the school will offer a competitive salary, the chance to undertake professional development training, a friendly and enthusiastic team in which to work and good career opportunities.
If you are interested in this position please apply with an up to date CV. Behaviour Support Mentor - Wandsworth - Secondary
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