Psychology Graduates Required for SEMH/Support Role

Recruiter
Edustaff
Location
London (Greater)
Posted
09 Apr 2018
Closes
20 Apr 2018
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Graduate SEMH Learning/behaviour Mentor - North London /Central London

Are you a psychology graduate with a genuine interest in the social, emotional and mental health issues and have some experience working with children who have real struggles with integrating with others and have been excluded from mainstream education?

This small therapeutically led Independent school is perfect for an outstanding Graduate who wants to progress into clinical psychology educational, psychology or those who may want to become a fully qualified teacher!

*** Graduate SEMH Learning/behaviour Mentor position in North West London!
*** Long Term/Interim, Full-Time role - May start date - Interviewing now
*** Fully supported small classes of no more than 4 pupils
*** Excellent ongoing training offered in Lego therapy, Makaton & Safeguarding

This Graduate SEMH Learning/behaviour Mentor role involves you supporting very small classes as and when needed within KS1-KS3 phase and you will be absorbing knowledge from a multidisciplinary team of CAMHS, medical and educational staff. The school has a real commitment to offering more than just classroom learning, the schools ethos truly encompasses supporting the individual emotional needs of each of their pupils. You will be fully encouraged to participate in extra-curricular activities, even leading some as you become more experienced.

This position would suit a compassionate Graduate SEMH Learning/behaviour Mentor who has an understanding of working closely with mental health and has gained some experience supporting children who have disengaged behaviour and who have a real understanding of attachment disorders. An essential aspect of your role as Graduate SEMH Learning/behaviour Mentor will include the ability to make and maintain supportive relationships at all times and have a sensitive and empathetic nature.

Pupils present with several complex social and behavioural issues relating to their emotional and mental health difficulties, so a therapeutic and caring approach is an integral aspect of the school’s overall ethos. Pupils are aged between 4-16.

This is the perfect opportunity for a driven and ambitious individual to make a difference as a Graduate SEMH Learning/behaviour Mentor. Join this SEN Primary school in North London /Central London by sending your CV to Rainy Old at EduStaff!

Please note: due to the volume of Graduate SEMH Learning/behaviour Mentor applications, only successful Graduate SEMH Learning/behaviour Mentor applicants will be contacted

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