Psychology Graduate

Temporary @Garniche Jobs London in Education
  • Stratford, London View on Map
  • Post Date : November 11, 2022
  • Apply Before : January 3, 2023
  • Salary: £0 - £100
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Job Detail

  • Job ID 1119133
  • Career Level Manager
  • Experience Fresh
  • Industry Development
  • Qualifications Certificate

Job Description

Psychology Graduate

An opportunity has arisen for a Psychology Graduate to join a Good Academy in the borough of Newham.

The School

This large academy based in the heart of Newham is currently looking to recruit a Psychology Graduate to join their team. The successful Head Teacher together with his very forward-thinking Senior Leadership Team are fully focused on achieving the best possible educational outcomes for their pupils. There is a big emphasis on ensuring that pupils achieve their goals by making sure that they are taught by skilled specialist teachers who really know their subjects. Staff are encouraged to plan together, and this will involve both teaching and support staff affiliated with each department. There are high expectations of teaching staff to ensure that the lessons they are delivering are of a good standard, as the more engaging the lesson, the more likely the children will behave well.

Their most recent Ofsted states 'The staff have shaped an inclusive and welcoming school environment where pupils are safe and feel safe. Teachers typically deliver lessons that engage and motivate students to learn. All staff understand the schools vision and they are committed to the school community.'

Psychology Graduate

The school are looking for a Psychology Graduate to work as a Learning Mentor/Coach to support children with varying SEND. This role will act as a springboard and training ground for graduates who want to learn how to teach and build transformational relationships with pupils. The school are also able to offer a very clear pathway of progression into the teaching profession.

You'll be responsible for.

Gathering and utilizing information about students from a variety of sources including school files, SIMS based information, pupil tracking information, teachers, and external agencies.
Working with the PCC, carrying out additional student assessments for those who are returning to school following long absence, exclusion, dual registration at the Pupil Referral Unit, transfer from other provisions.
Manage the day to day running of the Pathway (internal exclusion) Centre:
Draw up, implement, and review Pupil Profiles and target sheets, and other measuring tools for use with targeted students.
Developing a mentoring relationship with individuals identified, supporting them in different settings such as in-class, at Homework Club, in the Learning Skills Centre and operating as a bridge between school and other provisions such as the Pupil Referral Unit (PRU).
Plan 1:1 sessions which address the needs of the student and aid them in setting and reviewing targets.
Planning and running group work such as 'Settling In', 'Anger Management', 'Social skills' and 'Improving Attendance'
Monitoring the interventions and outcomes for each young person, using Cluster and school systems, reporting to the Learning Support Head of Cluster.
Gathering information for Pastoral Support Programme meetings, and attendance to those meetings.
Gathering of pupil information for other meetings such as Team around the Child meetings (TACs) at the direction of the DMS.If you have the relevant experience and would like to be considered for this role, please apply with your update CV

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