Learning Mentor Role – Warwickshire – September 2023

Posted 8 months ago by Twenty 4 Seven
Application deadline closed.

Job Description

Job Title: Learning Mentor

Location: Warwickshire

Start Date: September 2023

At Twenty4seven Education we are excited to announce that we have an exciting new vacancy working as a learning mentor for a referral unit based in Warwickshire. This school is a leading educational institution committed to providing exceptional support and guidance to students facing a range of challenges. They believe in the potential of every student and strive to create an inclusive and nurturing environment where they can thrive academically and personally. As the team continue to grow, they are seeking a dedicated Learning Mentor to join their team.

Position Overview:

They are looking for a passionate and dedicated Learning Mentor to work closely with the students, helping them overcome barriers to learning, develop essential life skills, and achieve their full potential. As a Learning Mentor, you will play a pivotal role in a students’ educational journey, providing guidance, support, and encouragement.

Key Responsibilities:

Build positive relationships with students, gaining their trust and confidence.
Provide one-on-one and small group support to students, addressing their individual needs and challenges.
Develop and implement tailored mentoring plans for students to improve attendance, behavior, and academic performance.
Foster a safe and inclusive learning environment that promotes personal growth and development.
Work collaboratively with teachers, support staff, and parents to ensure the holistic development of students.
Monitor and track student progress, identifying areas for improvement and implementing appropriate interventions.
Offer emotional support and guidance to students, helping them navigate personal and social challenges.
Promote a culture of respect, diversity, and inclusion within the school community.
Organize and facilitate workshops and activities that promote social and emotional well-being.
Keep accurate records of mentoring sessions and student progress.

Previous experience working with students in an educational or mentoring capacity is highly desirable.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Empathy, patience, and the ability to build positive relationships with students.
An understanding of the challenges facing students in a referral unit setting.
The ability to work independently and as part of a collaborative team.
Excellent organizational and record-keeping skills.