Learning Mentor required to work with children aged 11- 16 within an alternative provision setting. This role is ideal for a Learning Mentor who has experience working with challenging behaviour, EBD, and ADHD. You will be providing 1-2-1 and small group support in a classroom setting to students that require additional support.
This school setting caters for students that have been excluded from mainstream education, providing them with guidance and support. As a Learning Mentor, you will be responsible for engaging with students, managing behaviour and encouraging participation in lessons. With good facilities a dedicated, supportive team, this school is an excellent setting for its young people.
- Supporting students who have faced barriers to learning
- Working closely with teaching staff
- Engaging with and motivating young people
- Managing Behaviour
- Acting as a positive role model
Ideally, you will:
- Encourage and motivate students to participate in lessons
- Have a positive approach
- Have experience working with challenging behaviour
- Be able to demonstrate de-escalation techniques
This is one of my favourite schools to work with, leadership are excellent, staff are friendly and also highly qualified. With a proactive and positive approach to behaviour management, this is an excellent opportunity for a Learning Mentor to make a real difference. Located in Wolverhampton, this school is accessible from surrounding areas.
If this position is of interest to you, then send a copy of your CV to Harry.Chase @theeducationnetwork.co.uk or call us directly for a brief conversation in the first instance - .
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