Pay £26 per hour
Ref SEND Tutor
Posted Tuesday 21st Nov 2023
Start Date Wednesday 20th Dec 2023
Close Date Tuesday 19th Dec 2023 (closed)
Key Stage Secondary
Tutor - Alternative Provision
Are you an enthusiastic and creative Tutor who thrives on working in a challenging yet rewarding environment, inspiring young people to learn? Do you have experience of working with either KS3 or KS4 pupils? Are you able to easily nurture relationships with pupils and provide them with a platform to learn and succeed? About the role As an Alternative Provision Tutor you must have a can-do attitude, excellent communications skills, and a nurturing approach. You will easily engage with young people, support them to use listening skills, reflective thinking and encourage a cheerful outlook towards learning. Experience working in a SEND setting, particularly students with ADHD and ASD would be an advantage, as well as experience of restorative practice. You will develop activities and resources to meet the need of students, consult with the school lead to set targets and report on progress and behaviour. Supporting student resilience, social, emotional, mental health and wellbeing is a key part of this role. Flexibility is essential for this role as no two days are the same. You will be joining a committed team who make a real difference to the lives of young people. Experience working in a PRU, or similar alternative provision setting would be an advantage. Role and responsibilities
➢ To lead the delivery of planned sessions through activities that support student development across core subject as well as restorative practice.
➢ To assist where necessary to support those who need extra help by offering 1-to-1 support.
➢ To support the participation, retention and progression of students in their sessions.
➢ Consult with other staff members.
➢ To attend and engage in all relevant staff meetings and maintain effective communication with staff, students and other relevant stakeholders.
➢ To undertake training and CPD as necessary and relevant to the role.
➢ To be familiar with the LMP Code of Conduct and all operational, Health & Safety, Child Protection and Data Protection policies.
➢ During times when non-attendance occurs you are expected to contribute to the organisation. This may include creating templates or activities and saving them in the One Drive, administrative tasks, or any other duties as requested by the Alternative Education IQA or Alternative Education Manager.
➢ Manage students, reporting of any incidents to be completed on the same day and sent to your line manager.
➢ To assess work of the students and give feedback to encourage.
➢ To ensure sessions are engaging, creative and in line with our quality assurance. Education and Experience
➢ Teaching / Training qualifications
➢ Mentoring and Coaching Qualifications (desirable)
➢ SEND Experiene
➢ 3 or more years of working with young people aged 11-16
➢ Training and working in diverse community settings.
➢ Experience of working with young people who are hard to engage.
What is in it for you (remuneration & benefits) ? Annual salary 52 weeks £31200 pro rata for 39 weeks £18720 per annum ⏰ 4 day working week 5 hours per day. ?♂️ Wellbeing initiatives ?♀️ Volunteering Day ? 3 Away Days ? Annual values awards ? All necessary equipment to get the job done
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