Graduate Pupil Premium Academic Learning Mentor – Secondary – Paid School Experience
|Location:||Birmingham, West Midlands UK|
|Salary||£65 to £70 per Annum|
Pupil Premium Academic Learning Mentor – Secondary – Graduate Position – Pupil Premium – Paid School Experience – Teacher Training Opportunities
Would you like the opportunity to provide in-class and intervention support for individuals and small groups of disadvantaged pupils?
Perhaps during your university course, you have gained some voluntary experience working with young people and would like to explore this career further before deciding?
Maybe you were one of the first in your family to attend university and you would like to empower young people to push themselves and achieve their potential?
If this role is what you’re looking for then click ‘APPLY NOW’ and send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers today!
- Graduate Academic Learning Mentor – Pupil Premium
- Vibrant secondary school
- Paid £325 – £350 per week – term-time only
- Full-time role for whole academic year
- Supporting both higher and lower ability pupil premium students
- Organise and lead interventions
- Fabulous education experience prior to PGCE, School Direct or Teach First application
- Located in Birmingham (B10)
- Starting in September
- Shortlisting now!
You will be working under a dedicated Senior Leadership Team, supporting the progress and attainment of the pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds. Day-to-day, you will be working towards the inclusion of these pupils within the school by supporting the work of the subject teachers, SENCO and the wider Learning Support Team. With training, you will be able to identify relevant actions and support measures to ensure the progress of these pupils. In this role, you will be offering 1:1 or small group core subject support in all Key Stages.
The successful candidate will have a minimum of a 2:1 in their degree, a strong academic background and ideally some experience working with young people. To ensure the best outcomes, the ideal candidate will demonstrate an ability to develop and maintain effective and supportive mentoring relationships. You will need to be highly organised and have a strong attention to detail, in order to plan individual and group mentoring programmes which provide a range of strategies that will motivate, challenge and empower further learning and will help children to make positive changes.
The school is a large, vibrant secondary school, located in the Birmingham area. This diverse secondary school is now searching for a new addition to their team, to raise the aspirations and confidence of its pupils.
Don’t miss this opportunity to gain paid graduate school experience before moving onto teacher training or Educational Psychology. Send CV to Jamie at i-teachers to be considered for this role!