Cranbury College is a pioneering Trauma
Informed Alternative Provision school catering for 5 – 18-year-olds, based in
We have a team of passionate
and hardworking teachers and support staff who want to help change the lives of
young people every single day. Each child is cared for and made to feel safe
under our supervision. Each child deserves a champion, an adult who never gives
up on them and who understands the power of connection, insisting they become
the best they can possible be. This is what our team do. The work can be
challenging but the rewards are limitless.
With this is mind we are looking
to strengthen the Primary Outreach team and want to appoint a resilient and
outgoing Primary Behaviour Outreach Worker to join our fun and lively team. You
will be based at our primary site supporting staff and primary students but
will be required to offer support in the local primary schools also. This is a
challenging but very rewarding role supporting some of the most vulnerable
pupils in Reading. The ability to build strong relationships is essential.
The successful applicant will have a proven track record of relevant
work with young people in a field such as Education, Youth Work, Health or
Social Services. Additionally, you will have a demonstrable passion for
transforming the lives of young people coupled with an abundance of enthusiasm
which will encourage engagement and commitment from our students.
has recently joined the Maiden Erlegh Trust family of schools, whose motto is “schools for the community, schools as a community”.
The aim for every school in the Trust, whilst espousing their values and ethos,
and having a core of common policies and procedures, will serve its own
community’s needs in a bespoke way and also create a feeling of community
within its own school. In that way all the potential and talents of every child and
every member of staff will be nurtured.
Being part of the Maiden Erlegh Trust also offers a
range of career opportunities in its vibrant and successful schools. We are very happy to discuss flexible working
arrangements including part-time working and job-sharing.
Maiden Erlegh Trust
is committed to safeguarding, equality and promoting the welfare of children
and staff. We are also committed to being ambitious for all and supporting
everyone to reach their full potential. All employees of the Trust are expected
to share these commitments. All posts require satisfactory employment checks
and references and a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service
check. All Leadership roles will require a Section 128 check.
The main responsibilities are as follows:
- To assist the Primary Behaviour Support Officer in
working with individuals, groups of children and staff teams in mainstream primary,
by delivering intervention and support programmes
social, emotional, and academic outcomes for children and young people through
the development of positive relationships with all stakeholders and the
effective planning and delivery intervention and support programmes.
ensure the development and effective implementation of programmes and
curriculum that meets the needs of young people at risk of exclusion, to
improve their behaviour and reduce that risk by continuous review and sharing
of good practise.
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