We are currently looking for Learning Mentors in Lincoln and Boston

Alternative Provision

For some pupils, a formal academic curriculum either isn’t appropriate or just doesn’t work. This can be for various reasons and usually results in disruptive behaviour and or constant supervision. Here at Lincolnshire Educational Support we offer a Learner Lead Education based on the needs and requirements of the individual disaffected pupil usually on a 1 to 1 basis or in small group. Our Learner Lead Education focuses on the pupil’s interests, to gain a better understanding of core subjects. Resulting in a positive engagement increasing attendance and the aspirations of the individual.


“Leaner Lead Education for students who thought they had no options”


Learning Mentors: Full and Part-time positions available

Alternative Educational Support Services Ltd are Alternative Provision suppliers currently working with schools, Pupil Referral Units and LEA’s providing learner led education through media, sport, music and environmental studies , delivering a variety of different subjects. The provisions are between 1 and 3 days a week working with KS3 & KS4 pupils who have a variety of special educational needs.

We are currently looking for staff to lead and assist with various Alternative Provisions within our Sports, Media and Outdoor provisions.

You will work with pupils in a learner led environment encouraging them to develop core skills in English and Maths. Supporting the provision lead helping with course delivery and assisting with lesson plans.

Learning Mentor Job Role:

  • Plan the delivery of programs, lessons, and activities (i.e. Curriculum Delivery, Outer-School Clubs, Educational Programs and CPD).
  • Motivating and inspiring children aged from 11 to 16 years of age, using the engine of sport.
  • Engaging and liaising with parents and teachers regarding the progress of their child’s development; physically, mentally, and socially.
  • Ensure everybody engages with in their provision.
  • Make sure that yourself and the surrounding team are compliant with all policies and procedures.

Learning Mentor Requirements:

  • Experience working with children in a school or an educational environment.
  • Be well organised and demonstrate leadership skills.
  • To be able to work as a lead or assistant.
  • A minimum Level 3 qualification in relevant subject, Activity Leadership or Child Care (relevant routes accepted).
  • Job Types: Full-time, Part-time


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