Special Needs Mentor

Lambeth, London

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Date Posted: 20 Mar 2024
  1. SEN Teaching Assistant
Competitive
  1. Long-term

Special Needs Mentor

Lambeth, London

The students in the school have Mild Learning Difficulties, they are all verbal and very independent. The children are all learning on an alternative curriculum which will give them the best chance of improving their life skills, whether it is with shopping, cooking or general health.

Within this role you will be responsible for:

  • Providing students with academy support
  • Providing students with support within their Music, Drama, Sports, IT, and employment skills lessons
  • Provide pastoral support!
  • Work with a group of Secondary Students

The school offer:

  • A nurturing group of staff, who are committed to achieving high standards for our pupils and students.
  • A strong ethos and collaborative working
  • Dedicated teaching assistants and pastoral support
  • A rigorous induction programme.
  • Opportunities for quality professional development
  • A holistic consultative approach to each young person
  • Well-being package including advice, support, and guidance.

The successful candidate must have:

  • DBS + Right to work.
  • CV
  • Previous experience is desired however not essential.
  • Outgoing personality

The school is a very successful specialist setting for students aged 4 - 16 with a broad spectrum of special educational needs.

If you are interested in this position in Lambeth, please click apply now or email me directly matt.wienand@twrecruitment.com Alternatively you can call me on 0207 845 5450. Option 3 and ask for MATT.

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