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Aspire Alternative Provision

Behaviour Support Team Assistant Chesham


Aspire has an exciting opportunity for a creative and resilient applicant to join our Behaviour Support Team, at our Chesham alternative provision school, to support the daily management of student behaviour and to develop strategies and interventions to help engage students with learning. 

Our Behaviour Support Team is responsible for ensuring that students are able to manage their social, emotional and/or mental health needs, and therefore succeed in their learning. Our teams are on call throughout the day to support students, to help them de-escalate when in crisis, and to help them make things right after any incidents. Our teams also support students with pastoral issues such as well-being, safeguarding and attendance. We are working to develop the work of the team alongside our Strategic Lead for SEND in order to plan and deliver interventions to support students pro-actively, not just reactively, with their SEMH.

The applicant pack can be downloaded here.

Personal attributes

Our ideal candidate might already have experience in this kind of setting, or you might have related experience of behaviour management and working with challenging, vulnerable children and young people.  

We are looking for someone who is creative and resilient. You will need to be happy to do whatever it takes to ensure that we meet our aims of ensuring that all children make great progress academically as well as with their social, emotional and/or mental health difficulties. 

We are looking for extraordinary people to join our team. We look forward to meeting you! 

Salary & Benefits

Support staff pay range 2-4, term time only .

Actual pay for 39 weeks £18,555 - £24,403 according to experience. 


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Deadline and how to apply

Please apply as soon as possible.

If you would like any more information, or to arrange a visit or informal conversation with with the Head of School at CSEC, please contact our HR team on hr@aspireap.org.uk.

To apply for this role, please complete the Aspire application form as well as the recruitment monitoring form, and send them to our HR team hr@aspireap.org.uk .

Aspire is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. The appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check as well as a health questionnaire.