Behaviour Mentor

Teaching Assistant/Learning Support Assistant - Kensington and Chelsea, North West London

Ref: 4649Wednesday 24 April 2024

£24,742 per year

Behaviour Mentor 

  • Permanent Contract

  • Kensington & Chelsea, London

  • Term time only

  • Monday to Friday, 8:30am - 4pm

  • A specialist school for children with dysregulated behaviour and complex Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs (SEMH)


We are Parker Smith Inclusion. We are proud to say that we are an ethical SEN recruitment consultancy. We want to see our candidates and schools happy!

One of our schools is looking to appoint a Behaviour Mentor  to join them on a full-time permanent contract basis in September. This is a term-time only position, and the starting salary is £24,742. School hours are 8:30am until 4pm.

Primary students thrive in their purpose-built classroom hub and enjoy exploring our outdoor adventure playground. Additionally, they delight in weekly music lessons and have access to a comprehensive therapy service.

For the secondary students, they provide a rich curriculum covering core subjects alongside exciting vocational courses. From barbering and construction to horticulture, hospitality, and motor vehicle studies, there are ample opportunities for growth and exploration.

About the needs

  • All students have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) and have been diagnosed with SEMH (Social, Emotional and Mental Health)

  • Some children may have Autism and other associated needs

  • Often have difficulties managing their emotions

  • Can feel anxious, frustrated, angry, and scared

  • May have verbal and/or physical aggression

About the school

  • Kensington & Chelsea, London

  • Provides individualised curriculum to students who have been diagnosed with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs (SEMH)

  • Some students have Autism/ASC and other learning disabilities

  • Provides a therapeutic and nurturing learning environment

  • Works very closely with local communities, including a local farm

About you

We don't need any qualifications for you to be able to work in this school. You will be positive and not afraid of challenges. You will understand children's backgrounds and be able to build trusting relationships. You will manage behaviour in positive ways and will support children to learn. You are well-organised and have clear communication skills. You may have personal interests or experience supporting children and young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and challenging homes.

Interested in hearing more about the Behaviour Mentor role?

If you are interested in this position or want to know more about who we are and what other SEN jobs we have, you can contact Anwar @ Parker Smith Inclusion.

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