Required from September 2021.
Part-time, 25 hours per week
Term time only
This position will offer an opportunity for working alongside a SENCO in a leading independent secondary school for girls.
The Learning Mentor role will involve creating and maintaining an open, reflective relationship with a pupil with a visual impairment in Year 7, their subject teachers, parents and external support professionals. The Learning Mentor will balance academic and pastoral support by guiding the pupil to overcome additional needs due to visual impairment which may impact on educational and personal achievement and to develop and implement strategies, which maximise learning outcomes.
Visual Impairment training will be provided.#
To collaborate with the Learning Support Coordinator to develop, implement and evaluate personalised action plans for pupil with a visual impairment based on a comprehensive assessment of their strengths, needs and strategies for overcoming any barriers to learning, accessing the curriculum or participating fully in the wider School community.
To research, plan and deliver 1:1 mentoring/support sessions with the pupil on a range of areas that may be impacting on individual learning. To pre-empt and provide discreet direct support to pupil in learning and living environments as necessary.
- To support the use of specialist equipment
- To support pupil’s social and emotional development
- To promote independence
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.
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.
St Paul's Girls' School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.