Vision for Education is looking to appoint a Learning Mentor to join our successful supply team and work in local schools in Bolton supporting Looked After Children (LAC). The role Working as part of a dynamic and creative SEND team, the successful Learning Mentor will be responsible for the educational and social development of a cohort of Looked After Children under their supervision. This diverse role needs a patient, calm and empathetic person, who also has the ability to engage young people and motivate them to achieve. The successful Learning Mentor will be responsible for the educational development of a cohort of LAC and students with an EHCP (Key Stage 1 – Key Stage 4) under your supervision within Bolton.
A Primary Pupil Referral Unit in Breightmet, Bolton are looking to recruit a Learning Mentor to start ASAP. The School; The school is an Ofsted Good Primary School that has 40 pupils and is MAPA trained. The school is located in Bolton and caters for various additional needs such as; ADHD, ASC and Social and Emotional Difficulties. It is easily accessible from Bury and Manchester and has good transport links for non drivers.
Primary SEN TA - Bolton (BL2) We are currently recruiting on behalf of one our mainstream Primary schools in the Bolton area (BL2), who are looking for a full- time Teaching Assistant to work with children with a range of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). This role is start ASAP and will be working with children across KS1 until the end of the academic year 2022. The role will require you to support within the classroom and work on a 1:1 basis supporting the pupils with their education and learning. The ideal candidate will: Be confident in a SEND school and challenging setting Available on a flexible basis, Monday – Friday, 08:30 – 4:00, school term time only Have previous experience working with Challenging Behaviour, mental health or vulnerable children Have school or learning based experience Have a nurturing and patient manner Willingness to undertake further training Comfortable supporting with personal care needs Come from an education or health care background or have relevant experience working with ASC, ADHD, VI, MLD, PMLD and other disabilities This school is average in size with around 400 pupils and an excellent SLT.
A client school in Bolton (BL4) are seeking a full time Teaching Assistant to join their SEN Support team on a full time basis when they go back to school. The head teacher and governors at the school are looking for a Teaching Assistant who has a compassionate attitude towards supporting learning and has recent and relevant experience supporting children with similar needs. The successful applicant will support a child in Year 1 with severe ASC. The child frequently displays challenging behaviour so need a strong teaching assistant who is able to adjust and implement strong behaviour management strategies.
Are you a recent or upcoming graduate looking for Teaching Assistant work in ASAP? Are you looking to gain experience in a special educational needs environment? Would you like to earn £300 a week? We are working on behalf of a number of special needs schools who are seeking recent or upcoming graduates to work as a Teaching Assistant in one of their schools.
Are you seeking a rewarding career, supporting pupils with SEN? Are you interested in supporting young people with complex needs? Our client school in Bolton are seeking an experienced Teaching Assistant to provide high quality specialist education, care and therapy for children and young people aged 4 - 19 years with a wide range of learning difficulties including autism, PMLD, SLD, complex medical needs, sensory impairments and physical disabilities. Under the direction of teachers and senior staff, you will provide support to individuals and groups of children to access outcomes as outlined in each individual's Education Health Care Plan.
Do you have the ability to challenge and motivate pupils, acting as a role model and mentor? Are you looking to transition from a Mental Health Support Worker to a Learning Mentor? A Primary Pupil Referral Unit in Bolton wish to hire a full time Mental Health Support Worker for a January start to work within their school. The successful applicant working as a behaviour mentor will join a supportive staff team and undertake regular training; there is an opportunity for this to become a permanent position.
Autism Specialist Teaching Assistant Location: Bolton, Greater Manchester Do you have experience working with children with ASC? Have you ever thought about working in SEN Schools? Children with SEN thrive from having exceptional hard-working staff with an in-depth and open understanding of SEN support. We are currently looking for people with knowledge of helping students who suffer with ASC.