You will lead your own group of up to 24 children, delivering the content of the course. This involves leading discussions, delivering content, facilitating games and challenges with the children, and helping them to develop their skills. You will be responsible for the progress and development of the children in your group. You will complete a written report for each child and provide verbal feedback to parents. An enhanced DBS check is required to become a Role Model and job offers are subject to this being obtained.
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(The need for this role is decided at the discretion of the Character Education Team, based on numbers and size of project)
You will be a Course Role Model (responsibilities outlined above) with the additional responsibility of overseeing the entire project. This includes leading, managing and supporting the whole team of Course Role Models. You will present yourself as the overall director of the project to the children, parents and other Role Models. You will be the main point of contact for the Role Models office and be the ‘eyes and ears’ of the project. You are ultimately responsible for the running of this project. An enhanced DBS check is required to become a Role Model and job offers are subject to this being obtained.
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