Special Needs Teaching Assistant – KS1-KS5 South Leeds, West Yorkshire Are you a Special Needs Teaching Assistant in seek of a new challenge? Do you have great classroom management skills, lots of patience and a desire to improve the progression of children with special educational needs? If you are answering ‘yes' to all of the specified questions, then this would be the ideal role for you! All the pupils that attend this special school have Autism, Learning Disabilities and Complex Needs like Visual, Hearing or Sensory Impairments.
Sports, Drama & Psychology graduates - Positions in Leeds, Bradford, Wakefield and North 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? We are seeking Teaching Assistants, Tutors and Support Workers 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.
SEND Teacher – KS1-KS5 South Leeds, West Yorkshire Are you a SEND Teacher who wants to make a difference to the lives of Young People in the South Leeds area? If so, this would be the ideal role for you. All the pupils that attend the special school have Autism, Learning Disabilities and Complex Needs like Visual, Hearing or Sensory Impairments. The staff that work with these young people need to be fully committed and genuinely passionate about making a real difference to the lives of these young people.
We are currently seeking a Special Educational Needs (SEN) Teacher to work at one of our local schools in Leeds. The school is a specialist school for pupils with a range of educational needs and disabilities including SEMH, SLCN, ASC, ADHD, GDD, PMLD, with all the additional resources, staffing and expertise required to support this. The pupils are grouped in small, well-staffed classes and provided with high quality learning and teaching opportunities, including Learning Outside the Classroom (LOTC). This is a temporary position but there is the opportunity to go permanent for the right candidate.
We have an exciting opportunity for a Higher Level Teaching Assistant (HLTA) to join us at our thriving academy in Leeds. Your opportunity This role is about working with students, staff and other professionals to achieve the best outcomes for our students who have special educational needs and/or disabilities. It will particularly involve working with those students who have more complex needs in relation to SLCN, SPLD and ASD. The focus is on teaching and learning in the classroom as well as leading interventions for students who need more focused support, either 1-1 or in small groups.
We are now looking to appoint a Learning Support Worker in a partner school's Resourced Provision for children with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC). We are looking for someone who has the tenacity, skills and flexibility to work in a fast-moving environment and the passion to help our children in both Primary and Secondary phases to progress and develop. We are looking for experienced colleagues with proven specialist skills and knowledge supporting children with SEND including Autism Spectrum Needs, embedded in a clear understanding of what makes successful learning and learners with a range of needs. Preferably you will have significant experience in SEND posts through which you have acquired a strong grasp of the impact of ASC needs on learning, and a comprehensive range of strategies for supporting children with these needs in a specialsit environment context.
Behaviour Support Worker Are you passionate about making a difference to children's overall wellbeing so they can reach their full potential? Here at Protocol Education, we are seeking Behaviour Support Workers who are Team Teach trained or are willing to undergo training for KS1 and KS2 in the Wakefield area. The Role: As a Behaviour Support Worker, you will be required to support children with emotional difficulties, anger-management and low self-esteem. Throughout this role you will need to be able to demonstrate effective behaviour management techniques, demonstrate a level of resilience, and have the ability to build meaningful relationships.
Calling all Sports, Drama & Psychology graduates - Kick start your Career. Immediate starts in Leeds, Bradford and Wakefield Are you hoping to go on to become a Teacher, Educational Psychologist, Youth Worker, Speech and Language Therapist or work in the general field of clinical Psychology or to work with young people in a wider context? Experience working in a school or specialist educational setting can help you build a portfolio of experience that could ultimately help you get that job you studied so hard for. Are you a recent graduate with an interest in developing your experience in working with students with additional needs?
Job title: Youth Support Worker - KS2 - KS3 Location: Leeds, West Yorkshire Pay: £10 - £11 per hour Salary is dependent on experience, training and qualifications. The minimum experience, training or qualifications required for this position are 6 months relevant experience working with Children or Adults with Learning Disabilities and Autism in a similar setting or care environment. This is a full-time role and at this time we are not accepting part time applications for this position. Job type: Contract, Full time The Role As a Youth Support Worker, you will be providing support and building relationships with the pupils at the school by helping them to develop a new attitude towards education in a safe and friendly environment.
Are you a Drama, Sports or Psychology graduate...... 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 educational setting, PRU, complex needs or school for learners with autism?