Behaviour Mentor / Learning Mentor

Behaviour Mentor/Learning Mentor - Wandsworth, South West London

Ref: 4258Tuesday 9 April 2024

£90 - £100 PAYE Per Day; Weekly Payment

Behaviour Mentor / Learning Mentor – Wandsworth, South West London 

On-site parking with good transport links into London

Temporary to Permanent, PAYE £450 - £500 Per Week


An Independent, Specialist day school in Wandsworth are seeking x2 enthusiastic and resourceful Behaviour Mentor / Learning Mentor to join their welcoming team on a Temporary to Permanent basis. This Behaviour Mentor / Learning Mentor role would be highly suitable for aspiring teachers and anyone looking to develop their SEN experience further.


Autism Specialist Day School

  • A school for children and young people aged 11-19 years old who cannot access mainstream education due to their additional needs.
  • All students have an EHCP – High functioning Autism / ASC, SEMH and associated conditions.  
  • A Behaviour-based setting with students that require mentoring, emotional regulation and nurturing.
  • Small class sizes with therapeutic support for every child.
  • Friendly and Supportive Head Teacher and staff team
  • The school hours are 8:30-4pm (Monday - Friday)


What to Expect -  Behaviour Mentor / Learning Mentor

  • Working to ensure all students receive an inclusive education with therapeutic support, based on their individual social, educational and intellectual needs.
  • Excellent experience, training and progression for aspiring teachers and therapists
  • The opportunity to make a huge social impact as a Behaviour Mentor / Learning Mentor, you could change the path of someone’s life!
  • The freedom to utilise your own hobbies and interests for extra-curricular activities such as arts and crafts, cooking, multi-sports, etc
  • Long-term to permanent opportunity


The Ideal Candidate – Behaviour Mentor / Learning Mentor

  • Experience working with young people with children and young people with high-functioning Autism, SEMH, behavioural issues and related conditions.
  • Have a genuine desire to build a career around Special Educational Needs
  • Previous experience in both secondary and primary is a bonus!
  • Excel at building strong relationships with both staff and students


If you are interested in this Behaviour Mentor / Learning Mentor role, please apply or contact Heeji Moon at Parker Smith Inclusion.

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