Graduate Behavour Mentor
Are you passionate about supporting children with EBD overcome their barriers to learning as a Graduate Behaviour Mentor?
Do you have previous experience working with children who often display challenging behaviour and have developed good techniques to limit the disruption to their learning?
Are you a recent core subject or Psychology graduate with future aspirations for a career in teaching or Educational Psychology?
This primary school in Lewisham is searching for a recent graduate to work closely children with behavioural difficulties as a Graduate Behaviour mentor and enable them to achieve their full academic potential and overcome their barriers to learning… Is this you?
Graduate Behaviour Mentor
***Perfect for a Psychology Graduate
***2:1 or higher
***Previous experience working with EBD Students
***Earn up to £350 per week
***Ofsted 'Good' Lewisham Primary School
***Great Career Development opportunities
The school is located in Lewisham and is easily accessible via tube and bus. The staff are extremely dedicated and driven to give all students the best possible start in their academic career and life no matter what the circumstances. The school has a highly regarded inclusion department which is headed by a SENCO dedicated to improving behaviour standards of children with ASD, ADHD and other behavioural difficulties so they can get the most out of their learning.
The school is searching for a recent graduate who aspires to a career in education whether that be through teaching or educational psychology. You must have excellent communication skills as an integral part of this role is liaising between parents, staff, external professionals and the students. Previous experience working with young people with behavioural difficulties is preferable, however not necessarily in a school based setting.
In this Graduate Behaviour Mentor position you will be working alongside the well renowned Inclusion team which value the innovative input of graduates. You will be working on a 1:1 basis with a number of children aged 4-11 who often act out in class and need an inspirational role model to keep them focused on the lesson and allow him to reach his full potential academically. You will be supported by the SENCO every step of the way and training will be provided as and when you need it.
If you are passionate about supporting young people with behavioural difficulties overcome their barriers to learning, click 'Apply' to send your CV to Jonny at i-teachers right away!