Learning Mentor – Chester - SEN School

Recruiter
Liquid Personnel
Location
Chester,Cheshire,United Kingdom
Salary
£22,418 - £26,250 Per Year
Posted
23 Nov 2022 21:15
Closes
21 Dec 2022 23:59
Reference
1801671384
Sector
Academy
Job Level
Administrator / Coordinator/ Assistant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Learning Mentor – Chester - SEN School

£22,418 to £26,250 per annum Working Hours Full time (Term-time only) 35 hours per week 08:45-16:45 1-hour unpaid break Start date: 3rd January 2023 Liquid Personnel is currently looking for multiple experienced Learning Mentors to join our clients SEN School based in Chester. Our client requires Learning Mentors with previous SEN experience, and experience of working with children and young people. Your benefits as a Learning Mentor: Competitive salary Enrolled onto Pension Scheme Comprehensive staff training programme Access to WeCare which is a 24/7 online GP, mental health support service, get fit programme and much more. Access to MediCash program for wellbeing benefits Highly supportive team and managementMore information about the role of Learning Mentor: You will work as part of a class team, under the direction of the class teacher and transdisciplinary colleagues, to deliver effective and appropriate teaching, learning and behaviour support in all areas of school life underpinned by an evidence-based behavioural model of practice. You will be creating a positive learning environment, reflective of the school s culture and ethos as set out in its curriculum purpose statement. You will work with pupils both individually and in small groups supporting them to overcome barriers to learning, delivering teaching, providing positive behaviour support, and delivering other focused interventions. You will act as the key worker for one pupil, taking responsibility for coordinating their resources, monitoring their daily data, and advocating for them within team meetings.Essential requirements of this Learning Mentor role: Five GCSE s or equivalent SEN experience Experience of working with or caring for children and young people Able to speak and write clearly and use functional Maths to support children and young people. Knowledge of safeguarding and child protection. Must be adaptable and resilient The legal right to work in the UK KBR-(phone number removed)