Learning Mentor - Psychology Graduate

Posted 3 September by Empowering Learning

Learning Mentor - Psychology Graduate

Have you recently or soon to graduate from University with a 2:1 or better in Psychology?

Would you like to gain experience working with children who have learning barriers, EBD or SEN?

Are you looking for a teaching assistant role with the potential to progress to teacher training, social work or educational psychology?

This Outstanding Secondary School in West London needs a Psychology Graduate to work alongside students who have Autism (ASD) and EBD.

  • Learning Mentor- Psychology Graduate
  • 2:1 or better from a Russell Group University
  • "Outstanding" Secondary school located in Ealing, West London
  • Rewarding SEN Learning mentor role
  • Easily accessible via local transport links
  • £16-£18k fixed term contact
  • Potential teacher training opportunities
  • Excellent experience before training to become education psychology

An extensive knowledge of emotional, social and behavioural difficulties, learnt through studying a degree in Psychology is desired in this role, as is experience working with challenging young people. However, if you relish the opportunity of working and making a difference in this field despite lacking relevant experience, then this role could still be suited to you. If you are both enthusiastic and passionate about working in a SEN department and could positively engage these students, form friendly relationships, and in turn inspire development and progression in them, then we want to hear from you!

As a Learning Mentor at this school you will be both supporting teaching and learning across the school as well as assisting EBD or SEN pupils throughout school life. Day-to-day, you will have the support of the inspirational SENCO that you can utilise to your advantage to help your progression and development in the role. You will have the opportunity to lead booster and intervention groups, mentor pupils 1:1 and work in classes across the school. Your Learning Mentor duties will include working in indoor and outdoor learning spaces and other impressive departmental facilities.

If you would relish the chance to work at this well-established SEN 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.

Required skills

  • Teaching Assistant

Application questions

Do you have a minimum 2:1 degree from a British University?
Have you studied at Oxbridge or a Russell Group University ?
Do you have a passion for Education?
Can you start in September 2020?

Reference: 40821201

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