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Learning Mentor

Beacon AcademyEast Sussex

We are looking for a professional and self-motivated individual with excellent communication skills and the ability to be flexible. The ideal candidate should have experience of supporting children in a classroom environment and working with children with special educational needs to maximise students’ learning. The successful candidate will join our team of dedicated and experienced learning mentors who assist in promoting the learning and personal development of all students, including, but not exclusively, those with special educational needs.

We are a split site, semi-rural, mixed 11–18 non-selective converter academy with approximately 1,467 students, including over 240 students in our Sixth Form. We are situated centrally in Crowborough on the outskirts of the Ashdown Forest, an area of outstanding natural beauty. We are close to Tunbridge Wells and the South Coast. The vast majority of our staff travel to Beacon from a variety of destinations within the South East, including Brighton, Eastbourne, Lewes and Tunbridge Wells.

We work meticulously to secure a culture of unapologetically high expectations that are underpinned by our collective, uncompromising belief and ambition for the students of Beacon Academy, and for the experienced, loyal, highly skilled and highly effective team of staff that teach them, allowing teachers to teach and students to learn in a school where leadership, management, behaviour and welfare are all judged as outstanding. The Academy is committed to the development of both its staff and students.

The role is for 30 hours per week to be worked over 5 days, Monday to Friday, term time only. This role is paid on Single Status Grade 3, currently £18,562 per annum full time equivalent. Actual salary will be £13,256.

To apply, please visit www.beacon-academy.org 

Closing date: 10am on Monday 20th September 2021

All posts are subject to DBS enhanced clearance, health checks and satisfactory references. Beacon Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

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