Behaviour Mentor

Posted 03 July 2024
Salary £12 - £16 per hour
Job type Contract
Discipline Special Education Needs
Contact NameSiann Williams

Job description

Behaviour Mentor | Islington, North London | ASAP Start

Job title: Behaviour Mentor

Hours: 8:30am - 3:30pm

Salary: £90 - £105

Location: Islington, North London

The school:

This school provides alternative education through a Performing Arts and Media curriculum. Now housed in a new building at the heart of North London's Tech City area, facilities have been purpose built to offer a range of high specification specialist teaching spaces including a Theatre, Dance Studio, Recording Studio, Music Technology Suites, Film and Photography Studios.

They believe that education has the power not only to enrich lives, but to transform them. Whatever the needs or previous experience of their learners, their creative curriculum is designed to ignite a love of learning. Their offer ensures that students experience an individualised approach which enables them to grow and flourish as emerging professionals within a culture of creativity and collaboration.

This school's staff team takes pride in providing a high-quality, personalised, inclusive, and inspiring education to all pupils. Running parallel to their academic offer is a programme of wrap-around pastoral care which ensures their pupils' social, emotional, and mental health needs are met. They challenge pupils to take responsibility, modify their behaviour, improve attitudes to school life and make academic progress across the range and breadth of curriculum opportunities available.

The role of a Behaviour Mentor:

As a behaviour mentor at this school, you will be expected to provide excellent care and promote all students to improve behaviour through educational vices whilst also supporting and managing social and emotional needs.

Behaviour mentors are based in the classroom, but your duties will go beyond helping improve grades. Your purpose is to help students feel accepted in their differences and channel new outlooks to feed an exceptional future. The leadership believe that there are no "bad" kids, just impressionable, conflicted young people wrestling emotions and impulses. The students based in this school are battling stigmas and you would help create an environment safe enough for them to find new ways to communicate and process these feelings.

If you are interested as a behaviour mentor, please do contact Siann at Remedy Education.