Protocol Education are looking to recruit a Site Superintendent/maintenance person for a Special School in Leeds. The position is covering an ongoing absence. You will be working in a small team with a former student and so some experience of working with children with additional needs is essential. The position will cover several sites and so this position is only available to applicant who hold a valid drivers license.
Are you a confident and engaging teacher, or a HLTA looking to gain more teaching experience? Do you have a real passion for helping every child reach their full potential? Are you able to adapt your lessons to suit a variety of abilities? We are looking for tutors to work 1-2-1 or with small groups of children who have special education needs.
Special Needs Teaching Assistant Location: West Leeds Pay: £70 - £75 Per day Salary is dependent on experience, training and qualifications. The minimum experience, training or qualifications required to be considered for this position is 6 months minumum experience working with Learning Disabilities and Challenging Behaviour in a school or care setting (elderly care not included). This role will start as soon as pupils fully go back to school. The role As a Teaching Assistant at this school you will be responsible for keeping pupils engaged in learning, helping the class teacher to deliver work and also managing some of the challenging behaviour that pupils present with.
Behaviour Support Worker KS3 and KS4 East Leeds £70 per day Salary is dependent on experience, training or qualifications. The minimum experience, training or qualifications required for this position is 6 months minimum experience working with extreme challenging behaviour either in a school setting, residential care or a similar capacity. This is a permanent post and will commence after the pupils fully go back to school. The role As a Behaviour Support Worker at this school you will be tasked with keeping pupils engaged in their work, working alongside the class teacher to deliever work as well as managing behaviour and responding to incidents.
Protocol Education are currently looking to recruit outstanding classroom support and inclusion staff with a strong background in supporting individuals diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Condition for a SEN school in Kirklees. We are looking to trial suitable staff immediately for potential day to day and long term cover. These placements may lead to permanant contracts for the right staff. The school provides a structured and supportive environment to help meet the personal and academic needs of pupils at each stage of their schooling.
Calling all Sports, Drama & Psychology graduates - Positions across West Yorkshire Are you interested in supporting young people who no longer attend a mainstream school? Do you have what it takes to adapt into a rewarding environment as part of a supportive and welcoming team? Have you ever thought about working in an alternative setting, PRU or SEMH School? Teaching Assistants, Tutors and Support Workers required for Pupil Referral Units, SEMH Schools and Alternative Settings across West Yorkshire for long term and short-term roles that can lead to permanent opportunities.
Protocol Education are currently looking to recruit outstanding classroom support and inclusion staff with a strong background in supporting individuals diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Condition for day to day and long term work within a SEND school in Leeds. The school provides a structured and supportive environment to help meet the personal and academic needs of pupils at each stage of their schooling. We are looking for enthusiastic, skilled individuals dedicated to making a real difference to young people lives and who have the skills required to ensure autistic learners can resume education in a safe and supportive manner. The school offers a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum to boys and girls, aged 4-19 years who are autistic and may well have other complex needs, including Social, Emotional, Mental Health and behavioural needs.
SEND Learning mentors offer support and guidance to children and young people who experience difficulties with their learning. As a learning mentor working for Protocol Education, you'll work closely with children who are struggling with social, emotional or behavioural problems that impact their ability to learn. You'll work alongside teachers and other staff, figuring out the needs of learners who require help and how to overcome barriers that are preventing them from achieving their full potential. You'll work with a range of learners, but give priority to those who need the most help, especially those experiencing multiple disadvantages.
Leeds Pay £70 - £75 per day Salary is dependent on experience, training and qualifications. The minimum experience, training or qualifications required for this position are 6 months minimum experience working with Children with Mental Health issues from deprived backgrounds with challenging behaviour. This is a temporary to permanent position meaning that you would spend the first 12 weeks on supply and then be offered a permanent contract after that. The role The responsibilities of a Teaching Assistant at this school are as follows: supporting the class teacher to deliver work in accordance with the national curriculum, supporting the class teacher to manage behaviour, supporting pupils on a one to one basis, contributing to record keeping, liaising with parents and multidisciplinary teams and attending school trips/outings.
SEND Teacher - Autism & Sensory with HI & VI experience - South Leeds A School we work closely with is in need of a Special Needs Teacher with a minimum of 1 year special needs teaching experience to work with a range of student ages 11 - 19. If successful, you will be required to teach students with varying levels and special needs that include; complex needs, autism, cerebral palsy and downs' syndrome. As this is a specialist setting, students' curriculum is delivered at a lower level than a mainstream setting, therefore being able to differentiate and understanding P-Levels is a MUST! If successful, the main duties would include: • Adapting and modifying lessons that engages students and enables positive learning • Differentiating the work to meet the individual needs of the students • Assessing and reporting on individual pupils' progress.