Are you a Learning Mentor with experience working with challenging behaviour? Are you looking for a new role where you are able to make a difference? This local Pupil Referral Unit is looking for a Learning Mentor who is able to work with children that face barriers to learning. A strong personality and a positive approach are required as this school are looking for a positive role model for students.
This school has good facilities, an excellent team who are dedicated to providing their students with a high standard of education regardless of barriers that they might face. As a Learning Mentor, you will be working closely with the SENCO and class teachers to provide a high level of support to all students. This is a great environment for a Learning Mentor who specialises in challenging behaviour.
- Mentoring students with challenging behaviour
- Developing rapport with staff and students
- Providing academic support
- Taking part in whole school activities
Ideally, you will:
- Have experience working with challenging behaviour
- Be dedicated to making a difference
- Have experience with the Key Stage 3 & 4 curriculum
- Be able to make lessons fun and engaging for students
This Alternative Provision is looking for a dedicated Learning Mentor to work with students who require additional support. An easy commute from Wolverhampton, Walsall and surrounding areas, this is a great opportunity to make an instant impact in a classroom setting.
Teaching Assistant required to work with small classes of children with Autism and EBD within an Alternative Provision. This role involves
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