Do you have a passion for education and SEN and would like to gain classroom experience for the academic year?
Have you recently graduated with a Psychology related degree and are aspiring to become a SEN Teacher, Education Psychologist or Speech and Language Assistant?
Would you like to join a welcoming school with a cohesive team who strive to meet the best outcomes for all students?
The school is seeking to appoint an outstanding Learning Mentor to support children's wellbeing and pastoral care at their wonderful school.
- Graduate Learning Mentor
- Lovely School located in Islington
- Earn up to £400 per week
- Long term position starting ASAP
- Graded "Good" by OFSTED In 2018
- Perfect for an aspiring EP, SALT or SEN Teacher
- Full training and support given from day 1
- Psychology Graduates welcome to apply
- Interviewing immediately
Located in Islington, this vibrant school has high aspirations for all its stakeholders. They see learning as limitless and this ethos permeates through everything they say and do. As well as being spacious and well-resourced with a "nurture style" provision space available, they boast extensive green spaces, including a garden and large pond. Excellent teaching, outdoor learning, trips, an exciting curriculum underpinned by values of Trust, Friendship, Discovery and Success and ample opportunities for pupil voice, constitute their core offer to every child, whatever their needs or abilities.
The new Learning Mentor will be instrumental in ensuring the wellbeing and mental health of our amazing pupils. They will plan, implement, and support Teachers and Teaching Assistants in delivering both focussed and responsive interventions to children who may have challenges in regulating their emotions and behaviour. The successful Learning Mentor will also be a vital link with our families; they will be able to signpost families to relevant organisations and assist them in getting the help they need from a range of outside agencies. They will work closely with the Senior Leadership team, SENCo and Lead Learning Mentor, developing strategies and embedding successful approaches, as well as meeting regularly to monitor safeguarding and behaviour.
If you would relish the chance to work at this well-established School, apply for this Leaning Mentor role without hesitation and make a difference in a great Ealing community! Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Ryan at Empowering Learning.
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