Location: Leeds Contract: Full time, long term An inspiring opportunity to take your career to the next level and help shape the lives of our most vulnerable young people. Role: Supporting children and young people aged 7 to 19 who have special educational needs and disabilities typically associated with autism, social emotional and mental health needs and associated disorders. Most of them will have experienced multiple placement breakdowns and significant trauma, often resulting in challenging behaviour. We are seeking an experienced and passionate SEN Teacher to lead learning for a group of Key Stage 3 pupils, preparing and delivering the curriculum using a primary model, providing pastoral support and work with pupils on personalised defined outcomes.
We are currently recruiting for Early Years Teachers to work in schools across Leeds. We work in partnership with schools across the Leeds area who require teachers that have strong experience within the Key Stage 1 year groups. These roles can be anything from day to day to long term, which will have an expectation of marking and possibly planning, depending on the assignment. Newly Qualified Teachers are always welcome to apply.
We are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant to work in schools across Leeds. We work in partnership with schools and EYFS settings across the Leeds area who require teaching assistants that have strong experience with primary curriculum. These roles can be anything from day to day to long term, which will have an expectation of marking and possibly planning, depending on the assignment. CONTRACT/POSITION DETAILS Location - Leeds Position - Nursery Nurse/Teaching Assistant Start date - ASAP Duration / Likely Duration - Short and Long term Contract type - Temp Full time/part time - Full time Minimum rate of pay - Negotiable Hours - 8:30 am - 3:30 pm EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS EYS, NVQ level 3 or equivalent Previous experience working in a UK school Up to date Safeguarding training issued in the last year (desirable however not essential) TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR THIS ROLE, YOU MUST: Hold Right to Work in the UK Hold an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be willing to process a new application Provide two professional child related references If this is the job for you then please 'Apply Now' Rate of pay is dependent on current grade, experience and payroll method.
We are recruiting for a SEND specialist support worker for a fantastic Primary School in Leeds. The school are looking for someone to work 1:1 with a child with ASC. The ideal candidate will have * SEND Experience working with ASC and Physical Disabilities * A good understanding of sensory learning * Have a sound knowledge of ICT * Confident to deliver activities to small groups and 1 to 1 * Experience supporting pupils with challenging behaviour * Can support Health Care Needs Working for us you can expect to receive the following: * A competitive salary depending on experience (AWR applies after a 12 week period) * Working with a team of dedicated and friendly consultants * Professional and organised structure * 24 hour service * A rewarding teaching environment * Professional career development We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children therefore all applicants are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and full referencing prior to work.
About the Job We are recruiting dedicated Support Workers on behalf of a Residential support home, catering for young people aged 11-19 years with a range of needs including Autism, SEMH, PMLD & Aspergers. Joining a specialist setting you will be surrounded by passionate colleagues all actively enabling young people to achieve their personal best in all environments. We are looking for support workers who are committed to providing the highest standard of care to service users. The successful candidates would ideally have experience of working with young people with additional needs and mental health.
We are recruiting for a Learning Support Assistant to work across the full primary age range. The school is a located in Leeds/Bradford area, easily commutable from surrounding West Yorkshire areas. This primary school has a higher-than-average number of children eligible for pupil premium funding, as well as a higher-than-average proportion of pupils with Special Educational Needs. In this role, the successful applicant will be able to deliver high quality speech and language intervention in Early Years, Key Stage 1 & Kay Stage 2.
Teaching Assistant - Primary School - Leeds We are a leading provider in education throughout West Yorkshire. With our drive and commitment to our schools and relationships with the DFE and LEA, we are perfectly placed to support you with your next career step. The role is to work as a Teaching Assistant and as this will involve working with an Early Years group of 2+ year olds. Your role is to ensure positive behaviour is displayed across the school and in class.
About the Job We are recruiting dedicated Support Workers on behalf of a Residential support home, catering for young people aged 11-19 years with Autism & Aspergers. Joining a specialist setting you will be surrounded by passionate colleagues all actively enabling young people to achieve their personal best in all environments. We are looking for support workers who are committed to providing the highest standard of care to service users. The successful candidates would ideally have experience of working with young people with additional needs and mental health.
Teaching Assistant (Moderate to Complex Needs) Actual salary £13,798 per annum pro rata- 32.5 hrs We are currently working alongside a special school in Leeds, West Yorkshire to support with their September recruitment. Role: Teaching assistant working with moderate to complex additional needs, working under the guidance of teaching/senior staff, to support agreed work programmes with individual groups, in or out of the classroom. Providing general support to the teacher in the management of pupils and the classroom.