- £16,509 per annum (actual salary) - £17,176 per annum (actual salary)
Behaviour Support Assistant job summaryBehaviour Support Assistant – 37 hrs per week (term time only)
Actual Salary for term time only £16,509.45 - £17,175.76
Scarborough Pupil Referral Service provides education and support to pupils who, for a variety of reasons, are unable to attend mainstream school. The successful candidate will join a positive and supportive staff team and will share our commitment to provide a first class education in a safe, structured and nurturing environment.
The post holder will support teachers and teaching assistants with the management of behaviour by working across the school in classrooms and private study rooms with individual pupils and groups to ensure access to learning activities and pupil and staff safety. There will also be a requirement to work as a teaching assistant to cover for staff absence and training.
Scarborough Pupil Referral Service is committed to safeguarding and the welfare of the children and young people. As such this post is subject to an enhanced disclosure from the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Interested applicants are to apply online via the school website.
If you would like to discuss this post in more detail or make arrangements for an informal visit please contact the Acting Headteacher, Wendy Chopping on 01723 330629.
If you do not hear from us within 4 weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application is unsuccessful on this occasion. In which case, you are thanked for the interest you have shown in applying for a position at Scarborough Pupil Referral Service.
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About Scarborough Pupil Referral Unit
- School type
- Local authority maintained school, ages 11 to 16
- Education phase
- School size
- 11 pupils enrolled
- Age range
- 11 to 16
We are a well trained and dedicated group of staff who are committed to supporting pupils who are not in mainstream school for a variety of reasons. Our aim is to remove barriers to learning and to build those employability skills required for post-16 pathways and future careers.
Our small and nurturing environment helps pupils feel safe and can adapt quickly to meet pupils’ individual needs. Our high staff to pupil ratio means we are able to build positive relationships with all pupils and discover areas in which they can achieve success and therefore build confidence in themselves and their own abilities.