Learning Mentor – to start asap
Monday – Friday (35 hours per week) TTO + INSET (39 weeks)
Salary – SC6 (pts 18 – 20) (FTE): £32,418 - £33,510 pa / pro rata, actual salary £27,885 - £28,825 pa
Sydenham School are looking for an experienced professional with pastoral experience to act as a Learning Mentor, who will provide a complementary service to existing teachers and pastoral staff in a school setting in addressing the complex needs of students who need help to overcome barriers to learning, both inside and outside school, in order to achieve their full potential. You will work as part of a team, including school staff and other agencies to ensure outstanding progress and achievement for students.
The successful applicant will be a dynamic and enthusiastic individual, who is able to make the significant contribution required to secure the very best outcomes for SEND students at Sydenham School.
Sydenham School is a large, successful all girls’ comprehensive school with a mixed 6^th Form.
We are a ‘world class’ High-Performance Learning School and believe that all our students are capable of performing highly. Sydenham School can offer you excellent professional development and rewarding opportunities, working with a forward-thinking Senior Leadership Team that is passionate about the achievement and progress of every student in all areas.
If you are interested in an opportunity to build on established success an application pack can be downloaded from our website at:
Alternatively, further details can be obtained from our HR Department: 0208 699 6731 ext 476
The closing date for applications is 10:00am on 17th February 2023
Interview date is to be confirmed w/c 27^th February 2023
The school is committed to the promotion of equal opportunities and diversity. We have a clear commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Safeguarding is the ‘golden thread’ that runs through the school. The successful applicant will be required to complete an Enhanced Disclosure for the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as the Criminals Records Bureau).
Original evidence of right to work within the United Kingdom will be required prior to commencement of employment i.e. National Insurance Number, Work Permits or Indefinite Leave to Remain. If the applicant has lived/worked overseas for 12 months or more since the age of 18, they will also be required to obtain a Certificate of Good Conduct from the country(ies) they lived/work in at their own expense and provide these for our records