Required form September 2021.
Part-time, 16 hours per week (equivalent to 2 day)
Term time only
Salary: £9,000- £11,200 depending on experience. (FTE £22k- £28k)
The post offers an opportunity for a recent graduate, or part-time post graduate student to work collaboratively with the SENCo at St Paul’s School. The foci of the role is intended to be flexible so that it draws on the candidate’s interests or research within the field of neurodiversity or psychology.
The role will involve:
- 1:1 support of students across the 11 to 18 age range. E.g. acting as a mentor or providing support with organization, time management, interpersonal skills.
- Collaborating with the SENCo on overseeing a peer mentoring scheme. This will involve small group meetings to trouble shoot issues that mentees are experiencing or to hold discussions re: recent research on a given topic.
- Collaborating with SEND students to continue to evolve teaching materials for students and staff to keep them informed about neurodiversity.
- Collaborating with the SENCo on planning for and delivering staff or parent discussion groups/workshops relating to recent research relating to SEND.
This role benefits from term time only working, and all staff enjoy excellent free lunches daily, Bike2Work scheme and have access to the school pool and gym facilities.
For more information, and to apply, please click through to our careers site here:
Careers at St Paul’s Girls’ School. Applications should be accompanied by a covering letter (written into the body of your application form) and CV.
Closing date: Wednesday 23 June 2021
Interviews: Week commencing 28 June 2021
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service.