We are now looking for a Behaviour Support Worker at Maiden Erlegh School in Reading.
This role is instrumental in helping students maintain a calm and respectful atmosphere within the school. The main responsibilities of this role are as follows:
- To support positive student conduct around the school through our behaviour systems including “On Patrol”, Daily After School Detention and supervising students in our newly developed Supported Study area.
- • To analyse data within the behaviour management systems and provide regular reports to teaching and pastoral staff in respect of behaviour.
- • To support the supervision of students during break and lunch times.
- • To support the Pastoral Team in managing behaviour, being on hand to support throughout the day across all year groups.
The successful applicant will be energetic and enthusiastic and enjoy working with 11-16-year-olds. You will enjoy nurturing young people to grow in confidence and flourish personally. You will share our inclusive values of “opportunity, diversity and success for all” and you will have a willingness to develop your own practice in line with our ethos of continuous improvement.
Maiden Erlegh School in Reading is an ambitious, over-subscribed 11-16 secondary school in an urban context which is as committed to the welfare of students and staff as it is our high-quality education. Our school benefits from excellent, modern facilities and teaching spaces and we are very proud of our vibrant, diverse and engaging students who work hard and have high aspirations.
We have a proven track record of supporting ambitious staff in to middle and senior leadership posts and can offer opportunities to broaden your impact on the sector through the work of the Maiden Erlegh Institute. We are very happy to discuss flexible working arrangements, including part time working and job-sharing.
To learn more about our school, visit our website.
If you would like to have an informal chat with our hiring manager about this post, please email our recruitment team.
Closing date: 9am, 27 January 2023
Interviews: Shortly after the closing date
The Trust reserves the right to interview and appoint before the closing date.
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.