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Behaviour Support Assistant

Job Description:

We are currently working with a number of schools and providers in Birmingham who are currently in need of Behaviour Support Workers.

You could be working with pupils with ASD, EBD, EAL, SEMH, Speech and Language difficulties, MLD, Down syndrome, and Asperger’s Syndrome or challenging behaviour.

Behaviour and ensuring that there are effective lines of communication operating between school and home;

  • working with the SENCo and outside agencies to develop appropriate plans;

  • working directly with individuals or groups to raise self-esteem and confidence of pupils with a view to improving their personal and social skills;

  • monitoring progress in improving behaviour and maintaining improvements once made

  • supporting parents and children in crisis and liaising with external support agencies

  • Previous experience in working with challenging behaviour and learning difficulties

    •supporting class teachers in ensuring that appropriate support is in place and working effectively in school
    •liaising with colleagues to support early intervention strategies for identified pupils

    If you would like to be considered for this position or discuss the role further please do not hesitate to apply or get in touch via email or phone 0121 631 6344.

    If you are a primary teacher, secondary teacher, SEN teacher, newly qualified teacher (NQT), cover supervisor or teaching assistant looking for positions please get in touch on 0121 631 6344.


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