Secondary Experienced SEN/Specialists

Location: Hillingdon
Job Type: Contract
Industry: Secondary Support
Reference: PE11204295
Salary: Competitive
Job Published: 11 days ago
Experienced Behaviour Mentor - work with an Inspirational Headteacher

Protocol Education are looking for an experienced Behaviour Mentor to work in a vibrant and supportive Secondary school in London. This is a long-term vacancy, initially until Easter half term. However, there is a potential to continue throughout the remainder of the academic year.

The School
Protocol Education are working with a large, modern Secondary School that achieved a Good' during their recent Ofsted Inspection. Their goal is to use the power of education to transform lives. They have a large SEND department which works with a high percentage of students with challenging behaviour.
All students follow:
A GCSE / BTEC core offer English Language, Mathematics, ICT, RE, Art Awards & PE
One or two subjects from the options block Business studies, Health & Social Care, Food technology or PE, and one vocational subject delivered off-site Motor mechanics, Sports leaders, Carpentry, Music, Catering, Hair & beauty, Construction, Travel & tourism, etc.
In addition to the academic and vocational curriculum, students have access to specialist interventions, careers guidance, work experience, enrichment and social development activities, as well as, achievement/revision sessions after hours to narrow the gaps in learning

Learning Support Assistants Responsibilities:
• Supporting a mixed class of students aged 13 -16 (KS3 & KS4).
• Carrying out behaviour management in line with the school's policies and procedures
• Supporting pupils inside and outside the classroom.
• Accompanying and supporting students with their academic and personal development.
• Being proactive in the class to ensure your learning support is tailored to each child's individual need.

Protocol Education are seeking individuals with a desire and passion to support vulnerable children who have experience working with Special Education Needs students. The perfect candidate would ideally have some form of behaviour management training, ideally team teach, manual handling or STEPS training, although this is desired, it is not essential. Above all, you must be approachable, enthusiastic and promote positive behaviour management and guidance to aid progression and personal development. This is a wonderful class of students who need consistency and a regular friendly face and someone they can trust and work with on a personal level.