Primary Behaviour Mentor
Primary Behaviour Mentor
*The school in Newham, East London are looking to interview the correct Teaching Assistant for the behaviour mentor role ASAP before the holidays
*It is key that as a Teaching Assistant (Mentor), you are positive and enjoy having a laugh
*The Teaching Assistant (Mentor)) will support pupils with life skills and leisure activities
*The School are keen on Teaching Assistant (Mentor) with a background of Psychology
*If you are a Graduate, the school will be more than keen to meet with you
*It is desirable that the Teaching Assistant (Mentor) has an interest in Autism
*A BA in Psychology will be very helpful within this position
*Small class sizes of 5 pupils and 3 support staff
The all through school in Newham are looking for a Behaviour Mentor for children with SEN Needs. It has places for between 5 and 16 children and young people, catering for Year 1 to Year 13. Your day as a Teaching Assistant (Mentor) will depend entirely on how you support the children and work with a lovely team of support staff and teachers. There really are no limits to the interests, passions, hobbies and activities that the students we support enjoy
The successful person will be supported in post by a trust leadership which ensures our:
●school is a vibrant, multi-cultural centre of learning
●Small class sizes of 5 pupils
●children leave with the resilience and motivation to continue their successful learning
●Work with children in small class sizes of 6 pupils and 3 support staff and 1 Teacher
It is key for this role that you are positive and enjoy having a laugh. The pupils you will be supporting are an active bunch and enjoy various leisure and activities in the community - including swimming, for example. Please ensure you can commit to this role, as reliability for the students you will be supporting is a key factor. They require stability and need support in accessing activities to allow them to achieve their full potential.
*Being positive and someone who can enjoy themselves is essential
*Experience with SEN
*Experience as a Senior TA
*Experience as a SEN TA
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