The successfulcandidate will be responsible for the day-to-day support of vulnerable studentsand caseloads of identified students who need additional support over a rangeof issues. Some responsibilities may include,
To buildappropriate relationships with allocated students to support them achievingtheir full potential
To monitor theachievement of allocated students across the curriculum.
To constructindividual action plans for students with a particular focus on courseworkcompletion.
To dealappropriately with allocated students social and behavioural development tomaximise learning potential.
To maintain recordsof students’ progress
Ensure all relevantparties are consulted and informed about student progress as appropriate,including parents of students
Update and reviewprogress of student caseload with college leader/line manager on a regularbasis
To work in accordance with the aims and policies of the Academy and topromote the general appearance of the Academy.
The successfulcandidate will;
- Be educated to a good standard with a minimum of GCSE Grade C in English and Mathematics or equivalent.
- Have the ability to assist students with their learning and management of their behaviour.
- Have the ability to successfully work with disaffected young people.
- Have a knowledge and understanding of strategies to remove barriers to learning.
- Be able to establish relationships with students, colleagues and other professionals.
- Have good organization and time management skills.
- Have excellent communication skills.
- Experience of working in a school or similar educational setting is desirable but not essential.
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