Behaviour Support Worker
Start Date: As soon as possible
Salary: B3 Point 7 to 11
Contract: Term Time and Permanent
Hours: 31.25 hours per week term time only
We are looking for an outstanding Behaviour Support Worker.
Alwoodley School are looking to appoint a highly motivated, behaviour support worker to largely work 1:1 supporting a pupil. The successful candidate will be required to support, under the direction of the SENCO, class teacher and other professionals, the education and social, emotional and mental wellbeing of this child. Experience of supporting children with attachment issues would be beneficial alongside Team Teach training however, this will be provided if necessary. Your role will be to help this pupil to overcome barriers to learning - this will involve working in a one to one scenario, but also sometimes in smaller groups. You will aim to encourage and enthuse the pupil to participate in all school activities to their best abilities so they can learn effectively. You will be working with a challenging pupil. An important part of your job will be to collaborate with other teaching professionals in school, so it is important that you are able to work well with other people. We are looking for someone who is keen to make a difference to pupils and the community. You will need to have some experience working with pupils who display challenging behaviour and will feel confident in being able to deal with these types of behaviours. It would be helpful if you have a natural ability in building rapport with pupils. As a behaviour support worker in our school, you will be expected to support other challenging pupils across the school as and when needed therefore the ability to be flexible and adapt to the needs to the school and its pupils is a priority.
We will offer you:
Safeguarding Recruitment Statement
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of our pupils and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We promote diversity and want a workforce which reflects the population of Leeds. Appointments are made subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check, Occupational Health assessment (via completion of health questionnaire if successful) and satisfactory references.
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