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Emotional Learning Transition Mentor - Delta Bespoke

Please Note: The application deadline for this job has now passed.

Job Introduction

Emotional Learning Transition Mentor


Job title


Emotional Learning Transition Mentor 

The role will require travel across Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch, and Dorset.


Grade F £25,979-£29,777 (actual salary £22,232-£25,482 for Term Time Only) plus 22% Employer pension contributions

Contract type

Full-time (37hrs), Permanent (part-time options also available)

Reporting to

Head of Emotional Education


As part of the Delta Education Trust, Delta Bespoke creates and manages bespoke learning packages for young people who are struggling with their current education provision. Our vision, Happiness in the Pursuit of Learning embodies our passion for creating learning and educational opportunities for students who find being in the classroom difficult. 

At Delta, we really care about our pupils and their attitude towards learning. We pride ourselves on creating exciting learning environments and innovative curriculums suitable for all ages and abilities. With Delta Bespoke, pupils learn to become knowledgeable, self-aware, independent and emotionally regulated.  Creating students who are happy with themselves, brave enough to cope and confident enough to make positive decisions, wherever life takes them. 

Are you an enthusiastic and resilient individual, full of empathy and understanding who can bring this vision to life and make a real difference to the lives and future prospects of our young people?  If so, then this role could be for you.  

Your role within Delta Bespoke’s Emotional Learning team will be to support individual students with their transition on to a Delta Bespoke Education Package. We endeavour to help all our learners to feel that they matter and belong, enabling them to improve their social, emotional and academic skills to be the best that they can be.  

Our Bespoke Education programmes create a unique balance between academic and emotional learning and provide opportunities for young people to develop emotionally and build the resilience and self-esteem in order to re-engage with their learning and in turn, their education.  

Delta Bespoke takes great care to recruit the very best people so that the services we provide are outstanding. We believe that the best work gets done in an environment that's enjoyable and which values, supports and encourages the development of its employees. With that in mind, we support our staff in developing their skills where needed.   

We are looking for a passionate and committed individual to be the first point of contact for young people as they embark on our bespoke learning programmes. The role will involve visiting students at home or school to assess their academic and emotional needs.   They will build positive and trusting relationships to help encourage the child with attendance and engagement.   They should have a particular interest in working with students with special educational needs, including those with behavioural, emotional and social issues. 

The successful applicant will be a highly motivated and flexible individual who can form positive relationships with students with a wide range of special needs in order to make a difference. 

Please contact Lara Young (Head of Emotional Education at Delta Bespoke) at for more information. 

The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people, this role involves directly working with children and significant contact with children, and therefore we expect all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment. Please ensure a full work history is completed in your application form including any gaps in employment. Applicants will be required to complete a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check for this post prior to commencement. The Trust is an equal opportunities employer.  

If successfully shortlisted the HR Department will also be conducting an individual online search including social media platforms of your ‘name, education and employment’, to demonstrate due diligence following the updated ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education 2022' guidance. The search will not form part of the actual shortlisting process and any concerns arising from the search will be discussed directly with you. 

Please contact to receive an application pack.

Closing date: 5th January 2024                           

Interview Date: 16th January 2024

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