A Residential Care Home in Birmingham are seeking support workers to start ASAP. The home looks after young girls who have experienced sexual Trauma . Your role will be to support these girls with at home living and outside of the home educational trips and activities. The right candidates will need to be car drivers and have experience of working in a support role and a passion for working with young people.
British Sign Language Teaching Assistant We are an Education Recruitment Agency who specialise in placing Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Nursery Practitioners etc. in their ideal roles. We are currently working alongside a Primary School in the B12 Area of Birmingham to find a British Sign Language Teaching Assistant to work full time from October Half Term until the end of the academic year The ideal candidate for this role will be able to work alongside children with Hearing Impairments to promote a positive and engaging setting for all pupils and support them through their Stages of Development. The ideal candidate for this role will hold / be confident in the following: Must have a Level 3 or equivalent in Education or Childcare Must have completed a BSL Training Course or confident in the delivery of British Sign Language Must have experience in a Childcare or Educational setting Confident supporting children through their Early Stages of Development Have a fun and bubbly personality Your application will be subject to an enhanced DBS and two references, so it is essential that you have previous experience of working an Education Setting.
Day to Day Supply Teachers - Birmingham and Solihull We are working closely with a range of schools across the Birmingham and Solihull area to find Day to Day Supply Teachers to work within their primary schools. This role will involve working with children across EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage), KS1 AND KS2. We are looking for people for an ASAP start on a daily basis to cover absence's and leave's throughout these schools. The ideal candidate for this role will be confident in / hold the following: Guiding children throughout their Early Years Learning and Development.
Reception Teacher - Birmingham We are working with a Primary School in the Aston area of Birmingham, who are looking for an experienced Primary School Teacher to work within a Reception class teaching and positively influencing children in a EYFS (Early Years Foundation Stage) setting. This warm and welcoming school requires an experienced Reception Teacher to join their team from October 2021 until July 2022. The ideal candidate for this role will be confident in / hold the following: Must hold QTS Guiding the children throughout their Early Years Learning and Development Creating fun lesson plans to keep the children excited and engaged in all lessons Keeping and up to date of the children's progress Identifying each child's ability and strengths and working alongside them, other members of staff and their parents accordingly Creating a welcoming and inspiring atmosphere throughout the classroom Must have experience teaching within a Primary setting We are working closely with the Birmingham based school to find the ideal effective candidate for this role. Your application will be subject to an enhanced DBS and two references, so it is essential that you have previous experience of working in an Education setting.
Do you have experience in working alongside children who present with challenging behaviour? Are you able to build relationships and help children to engage in class? We are delighted to be working alongside one of our schools in Birmingham who are looking to add a behaviour specialist teaching assistant to their team. This school is seeking an individual with a background in SEND who can work with both SEND and EAL learners.
We are currently recruiting a Qualified Teacher of English. We are currently seeking an enthusiastic Teacher of English who specialises in Key Stages 3 & 4. The successful applicant will be required to deliver the English curriculum effectively and deliver strong outcomes. To be considered for this role, you must have; * QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) * Experience of teaching English Curriculum (UK) * Good behaviour management * Clear DBS Disclosure We are dedicated, ambitious people who strive for excellence in all that we do.
SEMH Behaviour Mentor | Birmingham Starting ASAP £70-£90 per day Do you have the passion and talent for supporting children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities? Do you have current experience working with young people who are not able to attend school and have a background with mental health or behavioural challenges? Are you keen to make a difference to the lives of children and young people whilst building your experience and furthering your career in SEND/SEMH? We are currently on the search for experienced Special Needs Teaching or Support staff, to fulfill requirements from some of our Special Needs clients in the Birmingham area.
We are currently working alongside a Special Needs School in the Birmingham area, who are looking to recruit an ASD Teaching Assistant for September 2021. The role will be supporting pupils with ASD across Secondary age ranges. This role is full-time position starting as soon as possible. Experience of working with pupils with Autism is essential.
Team Teach Teaching Assistant needed for September 2021 Birmingham SEND School Full-Time (5 days per week) Are you Team Teach Trained? Are you looking for part time hours? Do you enjoy supporting and developing children through education? We are looking for a Teaching Assistant in the Birmingham area to have the opportunity to work in an established Secondary School The right candidate must be trained in Team Teach with positive handling experience and will cover a long term placement working full time supporting a pupil with challenging behaviour on a 1:1 basis.
Classroom Assistant Are you looking for your next role in education? We are delighted to be working alongside one of our partner schools in the Birmingham area who are looking to add a classroom support teaching assistant to their team to work alongside their pupils with special educational needs. The role will be full time (Mon-Fri) and will be contracted until July 2022 with a view to extend. The school require someone who: Holds at least one year's experience of working within a school Holds a teaching assistant qualification or relevant degree Must understand SEN including Autism Will be able to quickly build relationships with children and staff Is available to work within the next few weeks Has a valid and up to date DBS The main duties within the role will be: Working 1-2-1 with children Helping the class teacher to engage SEN pupils in lessons Supporting children with reading, writing and phonics Liaising with the class teacher around pupil progress Helping the class teacher to engage SEN pupils in lessons Assisting the class teacher with the setup of the classroom Applications will only be accepted if you meet the above criteria.