SENIOR LEARNING MENTOR/ HLTA FOR BEHAVIOUR AND INTERVENTIONS
Pendle Community High School and College are seeking to appoint a Senior Learning Mentor / Higher Level Teaching Assistant with responsibility for behaviour and interventions. The post holder will be expected to work in partnership with school colleagues to provide a personalised, whole family focussed response to meeting the needs of identified children, young people and families. They will also undertake direct work with children, young people and their families to overcome particular obstacles to learning.
As a HLTA, the post holder will contribute to a range of teaching, learning and pastoral activities in areas where they have expertise. They will be expected to advise and support staff in specialist areas within the school and co-ordinate interventions. They will be the lead on behaviour and interventions and part of the School’s Early Help Assessment team.
Pendle Community High School and College moved into new purpose-built accommodation in 2008, where it is co-located with a mainstream secondary school. Our school and college both therefore provide an exciting and enriching environment, with a range of opportunities for social and educational inclusion.
The successful candidate would be joining a highly committed and dynamic staff team making a real difference to the lives of families, carers and young people with special educational needs.
If you feel you have the appropriate skills, knowledge and experience to undertake this role and are keen to make a difference to the lives of children with special needs, this post may be a fantastic opportunity for you.
Informal, pre-application visits are warmly welcomed and can be arranged by contacting Debbie Saxton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please submit your application electronically to email@example.com.
Please note that in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education 2022 an online search will be carried out as part of our due diligence on shortlisted candidates.
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