Behaviour Support SEN or Secondary schools

Protocol Education
20 Mar 2017
19 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
We are recruiting Behaviour Support roles now!

Can you build strong learning relationships in the classroom? Can you manage challenging behaviour in a Secondary SEN setting?

If you have experience working within SEN or secondary schools, and can enhance pupils' learning this may be the right job for you!

I am working with schools around Maidstone, Kent to recruit a number of SEN/Behaviour support roles. Applicants looking for permanent, contract or temporary roles will be considered as will candidates looking for the flexibility of daily supply work.

A behaviour support worker assists a qualified teacher in the classroom and within the whole school setting. You will support learning across the curriculum and key stages by managing small groups or individuals to access learning. You might deliver pre-planned lesson material on a group or 1:1 basis and supervise behaviour during class whilst ensuring that a safe and inclusive learning environment is maintained. You will not be expected to plan, prepare, mark or assess work. For those candidates with a passion for working with children but without the qualifications to teach this can be an ideal role.

The successful candidate could be a current TA, SEN TA, HLTA, learning mentor, pastoral support worker or someone with equivalent experience supporting groups of secondary age students.

In order to succeed in this role you will be able to demonstrate:

·Ability to work with groups of students of secondary age
·Strong behaviour management
·Motivate, reassure and support learning tasks appropriate to pupils' needs
·Ability to follow policies including behaviour management and rewards
·Flexibility in approach to classroom delivery and learning material
·Willingness to embrace new technologies in the classroom

Apply today or contact Paul Cater at protocol Education.