JOB DESCRIPTION

Horizon Teachers are seeking Behaviour Mentors at both Primary and Secondary level for Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) and Behavioural schools across London and the Home Counties.

With the new academic year starting in September many schools are recruiting suitable people to support their students who often have Social, Emotional and Behavioural Diffculties, this is often referred to as SEBD. These children/young people may have been excluded from school or be at high risk of permanent exclusion.

The schools:

  • Primary or Secondary
  • Small groups of 5-8 students on average
  • Specialist Teachers
  • Adjusted timetables and subjects
  • Additional support from outside agencies

To be considered you will need:

  • At least 6 months experience of working with children/young people
  • An ability to help disengaged or reluctant learners
  • Good behaviour management skills
  • To be adaptable and react to situations quickly
  • Resilience and positivity

Schools offer full training and support as well as many providing opportunities to progress to more senior levels with additional responsibilities. If you think you are the right person to work in these types of schools then please forward your CV to find out about exciting and rewarding opportunities in your area.

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Learning Support Mentors - SEN School for children with Autism

£65 - £85 per day
Learning Support Mentor positionsHorizon Teachers are working with a Primary SEN School in Wandsworth for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder who are seeking additional support staff due to a recent intake of children with statements for Special Educational Needs. The school are seeking Learning Support Mentors to work on a flexible basis as well as those who are looking for consistent Full time, Long term work. The specialist school caters for pupils with a statements of Special Education Needs (SEN) including Moderate Learning Needs, Speech and Language Difficulties, associated learning behaviours and those with an additional diagnosis of Autism.The positions will start after half term on 29th October and the full time hours are from 8.30am to 4pm Monday to Friday. Applicants starting on a supply basis will have the opportunity to go into a long term position in the school if they work well there. The Learning Support Mentor will work with children across a range of ages in Primary from Nursery to Year 6.The main aim of the school is to equip pupils with life skills in order for them to achieve their potential and develop the greatest degree of independence in communication, social competence, thinking and learning and sensory regulation as far as possible for each person.The school's facilities are funded well and have a range of sensory resources and well-equipped large classrooms. Lessons are planned and communicated well between class teachers and teaching assistants and well-resourced. There are therapists and sports coaches who work with the pupils on a regular basis encouraging a healthy and balanced lifestyle. You will provide general support to the teacher including support and management of pupils in lessons, at swimming, playtime, leisure and lunchtimes and the preparation of teaching resources and displays.The head of school is looking for a Learning Support Mentor who will:• Have experience/interest of working with children/young people in some capacity• SEN experience including Autism - Desirable• Minimum GCSE Grade C in Maths and English• Have excellent communication skills • Be positive and enjoy a challenge• Have a DBS (we can support with your application)In return you can expect:• Smaller class sizes (no more than 10 to a class)• On the job support• To work on a 1:1 capacity with pupils• Relevant training and development opportunities• Work alongside therapists/councilorsWe are looking to hear from you if you are seeking a change of career, would like to gain further SEN experience or thinking of a career in teaching, nonetheless, this is a great way of building on your skills and experience in a variety of settings in addition to mainstream schools.To apply: send your CV or call and ask to speak with the SEN Team. The school are trialing now so please do not hesitate to get in touch for an immediate interview!Horizon Teachers is a specialist Education Recruitment Consultancy that helps Teachers and Support Staff find long term, permanent and interim employment in Primary, Secondary and Special Schools throughout London and the South East. As part of the registration process you will be required to have a DBS Check carried out and all original relevant qualifications will need to be sighted and copied before any work placement. Horizon Teachers. Enhancing Children's Education.