Intervention/Behaviour support KS3/KS4

Location: Stockton-on-Tees
Job Type: Supply Teaching
Industry: Secondary Support
Reference: PE11253180
Salary: £60 - £75 per day
Job Published: 19 days ago
Behaviour intervention specialist
Secondary Mainstream School
Stockton On Tees

Are you passionate about the emotional growth of children with SEND? Do you want to make a difference in a disadvantaged child's life? Then Protocol Education have a job for you! I am working with a secondary school based in Stockton who are looking for 3 staff to support students in the return to education in September. This will be intervention based roles supporting students on an academic and emotional basis. You will need to have experience of supporting students across KS3/KS4 and working with SEMH or re-engagement of students .

The role:
• Working closely in a 1-1 environment and small groups to support behavioural issues
• Encouraging positive behaviours, detecting areas of intervention and negotiating improvement strategies
• Demonstrating understanding and commitment to the improvement of students

The school:
• Works holistically with students, parents and other schools to provide the best support network for their students
• We provide free training to support Continued Professional Development
• Profiles every SEND student for their individual needs to aid teachers and support staff in aiding in their personal development
• Has a teaching area dedicated to specialist teaching for students with lower-level learning abilities
• extra-curriculars and enrichment groups
• Dedicates extra time including after-school and Saturdays to extra-curricular groups, enrichment and interventions

The ideal candidate must have:
• A passion for working closely with SEND students to achieve their personal goals and behaviours
• A valid and current DBS check or willing to complete one
• Experience working with SEND students
• Worked as a behaviour specialist or in intervention support

The ideal candidate may have:
• A psychology or relevant University degree
• Experience working 1-1 with children and in small group capacity
• Experience supporting students with SEND SEMH