Day Webster Education are looking for an experienced learning mentor who has a specialism in working with challenging young students within a pupil referral unit in the West Drayton area.
You will need to be an experienced behavioural specialist who has a mass of confidence working with children who have EBD. The role will be made up of some classroom-based TA work and the remainder of the week will be having you be responsible for a group of students as they progress through their time at the PRU.
- Long term/ Full time position
- Excellent location – close to station
- Skills Coach
- £80 - £100 per day
Person specification –
The successful applicant will need to be a dependable and calm EBD teaching assistant and must have previous experience working with challenging behaviour either within a voluntary or paid role. You will need to create a safe and nurturing environment and will have a willingness to take on extra responsibility to further your understanding of working within education.
About the role –
The successful applicant will be joining a team who work hard to ensure their students progress to the best of their ability during their time at the PRU. Most of time you spend there will be working towards the targets for each individual pupil to improve their behaviour, learning and social achievements.
The school –
The school works with secondary aged children in a progressive PRU in West London located by a short walk from its nearest station. It is West Drayton’s educational provision for challenging students whose primary needs are their social, emotional or behavioural development. The school cater up to 100 students whom have which been either permanently excluded from mainstream school or those who are at risk of being permanently excluded, these students require a managed short-term intervention to prevent permanent exclusion from their current school.
Must Have –
- Clear and Current DBS on the update service
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience working 3within a PRU
- Minimum 2 years’ experience dealing with EBD students
- Team teacch