Graduate Learning Support Mentor - Secondary - Pupil Premium
Graduate Learning Support Mentor - Secondary - Graduate Position - Pupil Premium Support
Would you like the opportunity to provide in-class and withdrawal support for individuals and small groups of disadvantaged pupils?
Maybe you are keen to gain rewarding, paid experience assisting pupils in physical, emotional and behavioural development?
Perhaps you would love the opportunity to promote inclusion, equality, participation and the rights of children in your career?
If this role is what you're looking for then click 'APPLY NOW' and send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers today!
i-teachers provide long-term, full-time roles to high calibre graduates who need support and guidance taking their first steps onto the education career ladder. Our schools are searching for recent, highly academic and enthusiastic graduates, who may be considering a career in education and would like to gain paid work experience whilst exploring this option. If this is what you're looking for and you are in the West Midlands area, send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers for consideration, or call up for a friendly chat about other opportunities we may have.
Graduate Learning Support Mentor - Pupil Premium
- Vibrant secondary school
- Paid £300 per week
- Monday - Friday, full time role
- Ideally Russell Group graduates with core subjects, others considered with experience
- Excellent experience before starting teacher training
- Sandwell area, close to Smethwick train station
- Supporting students who have Pupil Premium funding
You will be working under a dedicated Senior Leadership Team, supporting the progress and attainment of the pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds. These students have access to additional funding due to low socio-economic backgrounds, and have additional academic, social and personal needs to thrive in school. Day-to-day, you will be assisting the successful inclusion of these pupils within the school by supporting the work of the subject teachers. With training, you will be able to identify relevant actions and support measures to ensure the progress of these pupils. In this role, you will be offering 1:1 or small group core subject support in all Key Stages.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of a 2:1 in their degree, preferably from a Russell Group university. To ensure the best outcomes, the ideal candidate will demonstrate an ability to develop and maintain effective and supportive mentoring relationships. You will need to be highly organised and have a strong attention to detail, in order to plan individual and group mentoring programmes which provide a range of strategies that will motivate, challenge and empower further learning and will help children to make positive changes. Some students will display challenging behaviour and may well be disengaged from most of their studies, so you will need to be able to think on your feet and remain empathetic to the environmental factors that may have an effect on their attitudes and behaviours.
The school is a large, vibrant secondary school, located in the Sandwell area, very close to Smethwick train station and is easily accessible by public transport. The school has onsite parking for all staff if you are driving to school. This diverse secondary school is now searching for a new addition to their team, to raise the aspirations and confidence of its pupils. You will have access to all staff training, and if you wish to do so there is the opportunity to naturally progress onto the schools Teacher Training.
Don't miss this opportunity, send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers to be considered for this role!
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