Tradewind Manchester are supporting a one-form entry Bolton-based primary school in recruiting a KS2 Behavioural Support Assistant. This is a full-time role with an immediate start, then following an initial period working on a temporary basis (typically 16 weeks) this role could become permanent and you may be offered a school contract.
The school is seeking an experienced Behavioural Support Assistant to aid pupils with behavioural difficulties in KS2 who require small group support and 1:1 support. To be considered for this position you must have a proven track record of supporting pupils with behavioural needs, have strong interpersonal skills; be able to engage pupils on an individual basis and understand the specific needs of each child.
To join us and be successful in this Behavioural Support Assistant role, you will need to:
Have experience supporting children with behavioural challenges
Be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks
Provide a CV with employment/education history included. Employment breaks must be explained
Have the legal right to work in the UK
This role will include:
Supporting pupils with behavioural difficulties
Taking responsibility for the safeguarding of the young people in your care
Supporting the school team to provide a safe and respectful environment for students to learn
About the school:
This school's leadership is committed to creating the most positive atmosphere possible for its pupils. Teaching & Learning quality is sustainably good, owing to a creative and exciting curriculum. Pupil development from a spiritual, moral and social development is outstanding, and Teachers and pupils have exceptionally strong relationships. Behaviour is exemplary, progress is strong and the EAL provision is especially well-run.
About the role:
Permanent Contract (following a typical 16-week temporary period working through Tradewind Manchester)
Full time, 08:15-16:00
Free onsite parking and close to local transport links
You may be required to assist with programmes outside the classroom and after school from time to time
The benefits of working as a Behavioural Support Assistant at this school include;
Working in a friendly, supportive team
Possibility to lead extra-curricular activities
Ongoing professional development and promotion opportunities
Click 'Apply Now' to be considered for this Behavioural Support Assistant position, located in Bolton. For more information about the role, contact Chris on /