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We are the UK's leading education recruitment agency and we are looking for Learning Support Assistants for mainstream Primary/Secondary and SEND schools in Harrogate, North Yorkshire. Learning Support Assistants will work with children who have physical disabilities/mild to severe learning disabilities/Autism/ADHD/Dyslexia/Dyspraxia/complex social and emotional needs and mental health issues. You do not need to have had previous experience to apply for this role, but experience working with children in a nursery setting or as a Support Worker or Care Assistant would be advantageous. We have full and part time work available and the placements in schools can be short term or long term.


We are working in collaboration with a school based in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, who are looking to recruit a Team-Teach trained Teaching Assistant with experience of supporting pupils who display challenging behaviours. The role is located within a speicalist school to support pupils who have been diagnosed with social, emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH). As a Team-Teach trained Teaching Assistant, you will: • Support the student with learning difficulties and emotional and behavioural difficulties both on a 1:1 basis and within the classroom to support the class teacher. • Be responsible for keeping the student engaged and focused on learning whilst helping to progress their social and emotional development.


Special Educational Needs Teaching Assistant required in Harrogate Teaching Assistant to work across the school with pupils who have additional needs including (but not limited to): Reading and Writing disabilities, Autism, Physical or Mental disabilities, severe and profound learning disabilities and pupils with varying levels of concentration such as ADHD/ADD. Pupils are aged 11-16 who depend upon additional support with some students also having complex medical needs that require assistance. The school curriculum provides learning opportunities that are appropriately structured to aid the academic and social development of students. You will be expected to support students in reaching their full potential while encouraging independence, confidence and resilience.

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