BEHAVIOUR MENTOR - PRIMARY SCHOOLS, BOLTON | Greater Manchester | School Support Staff Jobs
The role is to provide direct and indirect support to school settings and families in relation to primary aged children with Behaviour, Social and Emotional Difficulties.
You must already have experience working with primary schools and have the ability to work with teachers and families regarding behaviour.
The role is to start after May half term and is a fantastic opportunity for a HLTA / primary teacher who is looking to be more involved in supporting children on a 1:1 basis.
The ability to write reports, and to have input into behaviour plans are essential, as the role is to start quick, you must already be equipped with the skill and knowledge that the schools require.
Below are some of the responsibilities, but this is not exhaustive:
To work flexibly at different times of the day/week and in different settings to engage children/young people in positive activities.
To provide linked practical and emotional support to parents/carers by modelling/coaching appropriate approaches/interventions and securing positive family support/involvement and strong links with schools.
To have knowledge of and create links with a range of activities, opportunities and organisations in order to support children/young people in community-based activities.
To contribute to the writing of out of school community based support plans, and to create intervention programmes within school in collaboration with other professionals and teaching staff.
To assist and support schools where required in the development, writing and review of Individual Behaviour Plans and to contribute to the writing of reports when required.
To support individual children in classroom settings or in small groups by delivering group work programmes.
You must have experience working with primary aged children aswell as secondary aged children.
Please send your CV at your earliest convenience to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested, then please contact Gail Andrews at Axcis Education on 0800 197 0140 or 0161 278 2595.
Axcis is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
All staff will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, which include an enhanced DBS, full work history, references and a face-to-face interview.
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CONTACT: Gail Andrews
TELEPHONE: 0151 448 2810