Learning and Behaviour Mentor - London- Perfect pre-PGCE training opportunity A conscientious graduate who excels across the board is wanted to become a Learning and Behaviour Mentor at this forward thinking Primary school in London ***Learning and Behaviour Mentor at a well-backed Primary School ***London ***£80-90 per day dependent on experience ***Long Term, Full-Time Learning and Behaviour Mentor position starting ASAP ***Interviews to be held via SKYPE or Zoom Are you an aspiring primary school teacher but need a full paid year of school-based experience before you embark on your primary PGCE? LTF Recruitment has been granted permission to advertise on behalf of one of our partnership schools: the role is for a Learning and Behaviour Mentor in a vibrant secondary school in London Person Specification - Learning and Behaviour Mentor Opportunity This Learning and Behaviour Mentor role requires an innovative graduate who has achieved a 2:1 or above in your degree and has the skills to take on additional responsibilities in their stride. You must have the skills to gain the trust of the students in your class and act as a role model from day one. Ideally, the school need a graduate who is able to demonstrate to both staff and students their passion for teaching as a profession.
Job description - Speech and Language Graduate - Help support pupils with development of speech and language - Experience in a residential and educational setting LTF Recruitment are working closely with a Primary School in Central London that is looking to add a Speech and Language Graduate to their team. The school caters for a higher than average number of children with special educational needs. They are always inundated with new arrivals to school and would value the experience of a Speech and Language Graduate to work on a 1:1 and group basis with pupils of varying ages. You will ideally be a talented Speech and Language Graduate with a strong academic record and a dedication towards supporting children with their speech and language barriers.
1 to 1 ASD support Full-Time 2 form entry Primary School ASAP Start Long Term Are you an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant looking for a full-time role ASAP? A well-run, 2 form entry primary school in London are looking to recruit an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant to support a pupil on a 1 to 1 basis. The year 4 pupil has Autism and will require a patient and understanding SEN Teaching Assistant to provide extensive support in all lessons and outside the classroom. Your daily duties will include: Listening carefully to child and encouraging him to organise his speech and rehearsal of sentences.
Special needs Teaching Assistant - London A Special school (SEN) which caters for pupils with a range of needs, including Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Autism (ASD) and behavioural difficulties (EBD) is looking for Teaching Assistants to start ASAP for long-term roles. There are a high proportion of autistic children attending the school so a good knowledge and understanding of autism is essential for the role. Also, being able to work with challenging behaviour would be beneficial. The role will be very varied; you will need to be flexible to work with pupils aged 4-16 years old in a whole class setting and also 1:1 work with certain pupils.
Intervention Teaching Assistant | London, London A highly supportive primary are looking to appoint a full-time Teaching Assistant to support literacy and numeracy in Year 3 & Year 6. The school are looking for a graduate Teaching Assistants who are able to support KS1 & KS2 pupils in both English and Maths. The school believe this Teaching Assistant position would be ideal for an aspiring primary teacher and will be able to offer the successful Teaching Assistant support and guidance into education. The Teaching Assistant post will include supporting pupils in two classes with differing levels of abilities in English and Maths.