You will liaise and work closely with external agencies to support pupils and their families as part of the mentoring process. This will involve writing reports and records to provide accountable and quantifiable effectiveness of our mentoring approach.
This role is heavily involved with safeguarding and supporting the DSL.
There is regular contact with parents and carers including those with pupils who have been identified as under-performing or referred for barriers to learning. You will also liaise with teaching staff and SENDCo, to monitor progress, and the attendance lead, carrying out home visits where appropriate.
You will need to respond to emotionally demanding behaviours and situations. You may arrange and run group sessions for pupils with common needs, to support the mentoring process.
- To apply visit: https://www.dret.co.uk/working-with-dret/
- Offerd Salary£20,000 - £30,000
- Career LevelOfficer
- Experience2 Years
- INDUSTRYNot Applicable
- SpecialismsEducation, support and mentoring
- Vacancy TypeFull Time