Behaviour for Learning Support Worker – Term Time

4 x New Positions – 12 Month Fixed Term Contract to start immediately. Based in Halifax, our client is offering immediate interviews.

Please contact Georgina at Optimal Recruitment for more details

Salary £20,092 – £24,491

Post Title:     Behaviour for Learning Support Worker – Term Time

Post Grade:  Scale 4/5 

Prime Objectives of the Post

To work under the guidance of Pastoral Leads, the primary focus is to maintain good order and to keep pupils on task, working with the teacher to establish and maintain a positive climate for learning.

Responsible to: Pastoral Leaders

Key Duties and Responsibilities

  • To support the delivery of learning, participating in planning and implementation of programmes of study and record keeping
  • To support in identifying and promoting positive behavioural change in experiencing SEMH issues 
  • Establish positive working relationships with pupils, acting as a role model
  • Provide information and advice to enable pupils to make choices about their learning/behaviour/attendance, challenging and motivating, promoting and reinforcing self-esteem
  • Support pupils, recognising and responding to their individual needs, encouraging them to interact and work co-operatively with others, providing feedback in relation to progress and achievement
  • To build supportive relationships with parents and other schools and agencies to promote effective working relationships
  • Liaise sensitively, effectively and regularly with parents/carers 
  • Support the effective use of ICT in learning activities 
  • Assist the teacher with Pupil Focus reports, behaviour management plans and individual case studies
  • To develop an increased knowledge base and relevant expertise through CPD, attendance on accredited courses and self-study
  • To be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and security, confidentiality and data protection, reporting all concerns to an appropriate person
  • To be aware of and support difference, ensuring all pupils have equal access to opportunities to learn and develop 

Mission Statement

To enrich, inspire and motivate pupils to achieve their full potential.

Our Mission and Vision will be achieved by: 

  • Consistently providing a welcoming and safe environment for all pupils
  • Providing quality first teaching together with creative and enriching experiences
  • Respecting each other as individuals and having empathy for other cultures, religions and points of view
  • Supporting families and schools with all aspects of transition 
  • Fostering strong partnerships and collaboration with all stakeholders including the Trust, pupils, parents and Local Governing Board
  • Working together with a range of external agencies 

Please call Georgina Sowden 07539 170664 at Optimal Recruitment for more details on these roles