Behaviour Support Worker - Wakefield - Secondary
Do you have the passion and drive to connect with and inspire hard to reach young people? Are you able to manage behaviour effectively? Do you have a background in Youth Work, Sports Coaching, as a Teaching Assistant or Community work? If so, this could be the career for you! Read on for details.
An inclusive and bespoke specialist Secondary setting in Wakefield is seeking a Behaviour Support Worker to join their staff team. The school caters for students who struggle to access mainstream education due to Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (EBD) and SEN. The students very often display challenging behaviours and so the successful applicant must either have experience, or is not fazed by pupils going through emotional crisis. The role will involve supporting the pupils and class teacher throughout the day, providing guidance and reassurance to pupils and following the direction of the class teacher.
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Brilliant career progression opportunities
A holistic approach to teaching and education
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Your role will include:
To establish constructive relationships with students
To follow the positive behaviour plans for each individual child
To support class teacher to maintain a positive working environment
To develop a clear understanding of the specific needs of the pupils you are working with
To look after children's physical, emotional, mental and social welfare
To recognising signs of distress in children, offering reassurance and de-escalating the situation
To support learners in their curriculum studies and throughout the day
Key skills and experience needed:
Excellent communications and interpersonal skills
Commitment to and passion for working with vulnerable children
Ability to build respectful relationships with children
Experience working in SEND setting/ youth work/sports coaching/community work
The ability to manage confrontation and challenging behaviour
Able to work with learners with various learning difficulties e.g. ADHD or dyslexia
Flexibility in approach to educating and supporting children
Ideally team teach trained (opportunity to train with Randstad if not)
Does this sound the like the position for you? Do you want to work in a role when you know you are making a meaningful difference? Do you feel you can provide the support this child needs? Then please apply to be considered for this position with an updated CV and a member of the SEND team will be in touch!
Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Successful candidates will be subject to the compliance process that also includes the enhanced DBS check.
Randstad Education has an array of positions in the West Yorkshire area. If this is of interest to you, call Karen at the Leeds branch today
- building rapport with children
- good behaviour management skills
- good communication skills