We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced support worker within our alternative provision.
Are you passionate about reaching pupils unable to access mainstream education due to anxiety, SEND, challenging behaviour or other mental health difficulties? We are looking for enthusiastic mentors to work with our students (aged 6-16) on a 1:1 basis or small groups at our outdoor education AP site based on a farm.
The successful candidate will be working with students that have been excluded or at risk of exclusion from mainstream schooling and require alternative education provision. It includes, but is not limited to, those with S/EBD and SEN/D. This role will be rewarding, enabling and facilitating learning outside of the classroom which will allow creative delivery and tailored lesson planning to suit the needs of the individual.
The successful candidate requires the following:
* Experience of working with young people aged 6-16 with SEND, challenging behaviour and/or ASD
* Excellent behaviour management skills
* Engaging with students 1:1 and small group tutoring/mentoring/support
* National Curriculum knowledge (desirable)
* 2 years tutoring/mentoring/experience in t
We work with young people providing them with motivating and inspiring learning and engagement interventions in an outdoor education environment