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Learning Mentor - Ealing

Learning Mentor - Ealing

  • Location

    Ealing, London

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    Secondary Education

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    £70 - £90 per day

  • Contact:

    Sky Harp

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    about 2 months ago

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Remedy Education are currently on the lookout for a Learning Mentor for a Secondary School in Ealing.

Learning Mentors will have the opportunity to work in this outstanding school with an excellent reputation in special education expertise, curriculum and resources. Learning mentors must have experience working with mental health problems and complex SEN needs. This school believes that all young people should be provided with appropriate education in a safe, stable, containing learning environment. Special needs Learning Mentors will be working with a secondary aged pupils who has severe complex needs including attachment disorder. Students are academic and they range from mild learning difficulties to gifted and talented. Special needs Learning mentors are given opportunities to succeed through the use of highly personalised individual education plans to help support their students.

The Therapeutic Education Department works closely with the nurses, doctors and therapists at the centre and with a wide range of professionals in the community. This role starts ASAP and interviews will be held next week. Learning mentors will need excellent behaviour management skills Be able to build positive relationships with young people and staff Team Teach or similar restraint training certificate Good knowledge/experience working with children with SEMH within an Special needs environment Special needs learning mentors will need experience working with secondary aged pupils Learning mentors will be collaborating with the classroom teacher to define appropriate activities for the pupils in relation to the curriculum Assessing children who have long or short-term learning difficulties and working with colleagues to identify individual pupils' special needs Liaising with other professionals, such as social workers, speech and language therapists, physiotherapists and educational psychologists