Beahviour Mentor in Tower Hamlets

London, South East England
14 Jul 2017
13 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Do you have experience as a youth worker, sports coach, are you ex-army or into music production, have previous experience in youth offending or as a behaviour mentor??

Do you want to work in a Pupil Referral Unit (PRU), Alternative Provision or possibly a SEBD as a Behaviour Mentor?

Can you provide very good referencing to support your application as a Behaviour Mentor to ensure we recruit the very best people for these roles possible?

***Interview Now – September 2017 Start!!!
***Outstanding Behaviour Mentor Needed!!!
***Based in East London – Tower Hamlets!!!
***Earn Between £70.00 - £85.00 par day!!!

A Behaviour Mentor works on a full-time basis supporting student’s behaviour and learning inside and outside of the class, this is primarily a class based position however it’s very likely you will end up doing 1:1 withdrawal sessions at some stage in order to maintain the progress of student’s behaviour and learning.

The Behaviour Mentor will work with a range of pupils, but give priority to those who need the most help, especially those experiencing multiple disadvantages including:

• Children with special or medical needs
• Challenging behaviour
• Children with a statement of special educational needs

The role of a Behaviour Mentor is to work with provision or school staff and other agencies to pro-vide support to students who need help overcoming barriers to learning, where behaviour and attendance issues are a cause for concern. The intention is to bring about sustained change with individual pupils, to improve of their behaviour and attendance

The Behaviour Mentor will work with children on a one-to-one basis or in small or large groups, acting as a:

• Listener;
• Facilitator for learning;
• Encourager;
• Motivator;
• Role model.

A Behaviour Mentor is a tailored intervention role that benefits the schools we work with. It has been designed to help pupils reach their full potential as students are likely to attend a Pupil Referral Unit, SEBD School or an Alternative Provision or Charity. As a Behaviour Mentor, your role will be helping challenging students overcome their behavioural issues, whilst acting as a role model and someone to look up to.

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.