Health and Social Care Graduate Guildford

Posted 17 February by Academics
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Health and Social Care Graduate Guildford - Education and Training - Health and Social Care Graduate Guildford - March 1st 2021- trial day and interview - LSA role.

The need to be pragmatic and patient, understanding the contexts that effect mental health and that are at play when students have complex social needs. Each student will have a different contexts and will have been through different traumas. There is a focus on Primary KS2 and intermediate learning in this role, you will be part of an extensive KS2 team and some KS3 students.

This is a fascinating LSA role set in the heart of Surrey, focussed on positive reinforcement, ensuring a path for students who have been excluded from their mainstream education, back into the mainstream. This is a LSA role that requires patience, empathy and a lot of your time, there are zero quick cures and miracle solutions in a role like this. Some of the outstanding foundations you set, you may not get to see the pleasing outcomes immediately. Patience and empathy is the true skill here.

Ideal role for an Aspiring Clinical, Education or Forensic, Psychologist. Roles will also appeal to Health and Social graduates interested in Counselling, Social, Youth and Criminal Justice. Looking at the Socio- Economic, class, race and faith factors that affect mental health and the approaches to mental health, is a crucial area.

This LSA role for a Criminology Graduate Basingstoke is based in a specialist SEN school for boys and girls aged 9-16 that have switched from their mainstream education, all will have complex social needs. There are no quick fixes here, if you have a utopian idea of being able to 'save' every student, you will not succeed. You may help plant ideas that you will not see the full, positive effects or end results from, know that they are there and will happen. The school is a great development base for Psychology graduates who are sincere and know your objectives.

Understanding the dichotomies, diversity and cultural effects on mental health in an area like Dorking, is vital to being able to have the stoic and durability nature to thrive in this role. Maintaining behaviour of the students, where possible and raising academic achievement, can be difficult.

Health and Social Care Graduate Guildford - Education and Training - Health and Social Care Graduate Guildford

***Positive engagement of students, understanding their traumas and autism as much as possible, holistic approach required

***Specialist Autistic and SEMH school, mixed students, 03-16 - Forest School element and Restorative Practices

***£75 per day, LSA role is for the academic year to July 2021, 8.15 to 16.15

***SALTs, OTs and ABA Tutors in place

***Working 1:1 with at least pupils with varying degrees of SEN from Mild Learning Difficulties to Severe Autism.

Education and Training provided online and within the school

***You will be working with likeminded Health and Social Care Graduates, with similar objectives to yourself.

***Opportunity to interview and spend the day in the school, seeing how the school and students operate

Health and Social Care Graduate Guildford - Education and Training - Health and Social Care Graduate Guildford - March 1st 2021- trial day and interview - LSA role.

Reference: 42043136

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