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Pertemps Education are recruiting for a SEN teaching assistant to work full time at a special needs school in Luton. We are looking for someone who can start immediately. Here is the information about the role: SEN teaching assistant Full time, Monday to Friday Small class sizes (maximum 10 children) Secondary aged students working at a primary aged level academically. Working mostly with ASD, but could also work with PMLD or SLD Supporting the teacher in class, and working alongside 1/2 other SEN teaching assistants Here is the information about the school: Recently opened new SEN school Caters for children with severe and complex learning needs Secondary aged special needs school Located within walking distance of a mainline station, Brand new facilities in a very well structured and thought out building.
Vision for Education are urgently seeking to appoint a Teaching Assistant to work with young people aged 12-16 years, that have been excluded from their mainstream schools. The ideal candidate will have an understanding or experience of young people or learners, who can display challenging and difficult behaviours. This specialist setting aims to provide an environment where young people can feel at ease and work through the obstacles that have got in the way of their mainstream education. You will be supporting young people in a range of subjects and excursions and the job is due to start in January 2021.
Vision for Education is currently seeking a full time SEN Classroom Support Assistant to work a specialist provision in the Sunderland area. The provision caters for young people who have Autism (ASC) and Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD). The role Working as part of a hardworking and dedicated team, the successful SEN Classroom Support Assistant will focus on delivering support to young people with ASC and MLD. This position will be 5 days a week, working 08:30 – 15:30, Monday to Friday.
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