Graduate Learning Mentor- Secondary SEN

£10,000 - £14,999
30 Nov 2017
13 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Graduate Learning Mentor- Secondary SEN

Paid experience - Psychology Graduates - SEN/ EBD Pupils - Inclusion Department - Ofsted 'Good' Secondary School - Central Leeds

Are you a recent graduate who would like the opportunity to gain some work experience in a Secondary School supporting a pupil with SEN/ EBD?

This school is searching for an ambitious and resilient graduate to work with and support a pupil who has Emotional and Behavioural difficulties. This role would ideally suit a Psychology graduate however all disciplines are accepted (with the right experience).

This rewarding role is a unique opportunity to guide and develop a young person's educational experience!

Graduate Learning Mentor- Secondary SEN

  • Graduate Learning Mentor supporting SEN/EBD pupils
  • Run 1:1 & small group interventions
  • Work with experienced & dedicated Inclusion Team
  • Apply today, starts ASAP
  • Earn up to £300 per week
  • Established Secondary School in Leeds, West Yorkshire

You will need to have:

  • Psychology or related degree needed graduates needed
  • strong A Levels and GCSE grades
  • a passion to work with Secondary age pupils with SEN/EBD
  • resilience to take on a challenging but rewarding role
  • experience on placements/previous work supporting SEN or EBD
  • confidence to manage challenging behaviour

This School will give you in return:

  • excellent training and support
  • a dedicated mentor from the schools Inclusion Team
  • the opportunity to explore teacher training, social work or other educational fields
  • the chance to enhance your CV
  • a great link to local bus, train and road links.

This role would involve working in a welcoming Secondary School supporting pupils with Emotional, Behavioural Difficulties (EBD). Good behaviour management is essential for this position and you must have a good understanding of student's needs. You msut have experience working with vulnerable children in the past which you can transfer into this school setting. The school is looking for a Teaching Assistant who can work in a challenging environment with young people. You will support in the classroom on a one to one basis.

The School has a fantastic reputation for developing and supporting their students, who may have EBD or Special Educational Needs. The role is located in central Leeds, so easy access by all public transport links is available. Training and development will be offered by the Head of the Nurture team, a leading practitioner in Leeds for SEN and EBD. A perfect opportunity to gain more skills before pursuing a career in social care of the education field.

If you think you have what it takes to succeed as a Graduate Learning Mentor and have a passion to make a difference to the education of young people with additional needs whilst working in a Secondary school setting - click apply to send your CV to Amy at i-teachers.

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