This is a temporary post, fixed term for 6 months, part time 16-20 hours a week. The project workers will organise educational packs, workshops, online homework clubs for children and adult refugees in Bradford.
This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the development of student support through raising aspirations and performance and helping to build ambition, confidence, and resilience in young people.
Working as part of a team, you will be responsible and accountable for a cohort of students, working with them in a diverse range of ways including goal setting, monitoring achievement and attendance and motivational coaching. This will involve encouraging and answering question from refugees children who are struggling to do their homework.
You will be expected to liaise with parents, Subject Teachers, Heads of School and Senior Progress Tutors to support, challenge and motivate students in all aspects of the learning journey. The successful candidate will also work with refugee young people to give them additional support or attend with parent to school and parent meetings as required.
We are looking for a committed and motivated individual, with experience of providing support and guidance to refugees during this Pandemic. You should also have excellent communication and language skills.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the community members we support. All successful candidates will be subjected to enhance DBS
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