Behaviour Specialist

Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
Date Posted: 03 Jul 2024
  1. Teaching Assistant
£80 - £110 per day + based on experience, paid to scale
  1. Long-term (Temporary)

Behaviour Specialist

Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire

Behaviour Specialist Teaching Assistant in Leighton Buzzard

Are you passionate about supporting students with challenging behaviours? An exciting opportunity awaits you in Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire, to work as a Behaviour Specialist Teaching Assistant. This role offers the chance to join a dedicated school team that provides exceptional training and development opportunities.

Position Details:

  • Role: Behaviour Specialist Teaching Assistant (TA) / Learning Support Assistant (LSA)
  • Location: Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
  • Salary: £85 - £110 per day
  • Start Date: September 24
  • Contract Type: Long-term, with the potential for a permanent role after a successful trial period

About the School:

  • Focus: The school is committed to providing tailored support for students who exhibit challenging behaviours, helping them thrive academically and socially.
  • Environment: With a supportive and inclusive atmosphere, the school fosters a collaborative and nurturing environment for both students and staff.
  • Community: It maintains strong relationships with families and the local community, ensuring a holistic approach to student development.
  • Ofsted Rating: The school has received high Ofsted ratings, highlighting its commitment to delivering quality education and support.
  • Training and Development: Provides comprehensive training and career development opportunities, ideal for those who are eager to advance their skills in managing and supporting students with behavioural needs.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Behaviour Support: Work closely with students to manage and support their behavioural needs, ensuring a positive learning experience.
  • Engagement: Develop and implement strategies to engage students in their learning, adapting to their individual behavioural and educational requirements.
  • Consistency: Offer a steady and supportive presence, fostering a stable environment that encourages student growth and success.


  • Passion for Behaviour Support: A strong commitment to working with students who have challenging behaviours, with a focus on creating positive outcomes.
  • Experience: Previous experience in supporting students with behavioural needs is advantageous but not required, as full training will be provided.
  • Commitment: A dedication to working with the school for at least the current academic year, ensuring consistency and stability for the students.

How to Apply:

If you are enthusiastic about making a significant impact in the lives of students with behavioural challenges and looking for a rewarding role in a supportive school setting, please send your CV to:

Join this dedicated team and be part of a school that values inclusivity, collaboration, and the personal growth of both students and staff. This is your chance to make a meaningful difference while advancing your skills in a dynamic and supportive environment.

For further information or if you have any questions about the role, please contact Karl Beswick at the provided email.

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