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Vision for Education are recruiting for a Young Offender Support Worker to work with young people aged between 11 and 17 who are receiving their education in Pupil Referral Unit settings across Manchester. The role The role of a Young Offender Support Worker is to support young people to access education, as they will often be very disengaged from school-life. This would be an amazing opportunity for somebody who wants to make a difference to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, and that in some cases have suffered major trauma. The school The work of a Young Offender Support Worker will require you to be based within a Pupil Referral Unit school setting, and offer guidance and support both in the classroom, and also with their social and emotional development.


Are you a Psychology Graduate who has experience of working with children? If so, you can gain paid work in special needs Schools across Greater Manchester supporting pupils with learning disabilities, additional learning needs, or social, emotional and mental health needs. This can either be full or part-time dependent on your circumstances. The role The desired Psychology Graduate would be working in the capacity of a Teaching Assistant, providing vital support to both teachers and pupils.


We are currently recruiting for a dedicated Home Tutor to work 1:1 with a student with significant physical and medical needs.     The successful Home Tutor will be for the educational development of a student with an EHCP under your supervision with either face to face or online. Tuition sessions would be for around three hours per day (within school hours) depending on the student's timetable and capabilities. The successful tutor will need work closely with other agencies to provide feedback and share information.


We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded ‘Approved Tutoring Partner' status by the NTP - National Tutoring Programme, an initiative to help schools to support pupils who have lost learning due to the pandemic. We are currently recruiting for a high number of tutors for English, Mathematics and Science to support Primary and Secondary aged school pupils through the National Tutoring Programme across Manchester.   Tutor role: The role is for face-to-face and online tutoring. In the Primary phase, the Tutor will teach groups of 3 or 2 pupils in Literacy, Maths, or Science, and in Secondary Schools, Science, Math, English, Humanities, or MFL.


SEN Teaching Assistant Manchester January 2022/ASAP We are currently recruiting an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant, working with children with ASD. This will be a full-time position starting in January 2022, in a lovely Primary School situated in Manchester. Your role as a SEN TA will include assisting KS1 or KS2 students in the Primary School. You'll be engaging with a fantastic Class Teacher to help reinforce lesson plans in order to improve learning and growth.


Do you have a background in Creative Arts? Are you interested in gaining experience of working with children? We are looking for people who have experience in any of the following; Drama, Dance, Art, Music or Media to take the skills and knowledge that you have and work in a setting where you use them supporting children in a school environment. The role You would be working in the capacity of a Creative Arts Teaching Assistant, providing vital support to both teachers and pupils.


We require a passionate and enthusiastic Learning Support Assistant to work in special needs schools in the Stockport area. We have full and part-time opportunities for people who have a desire to support young people who have barriers to learning. The role As a Learning Support Assistant you will have a caring and patient manner, and be expected to meet the needs of pupils with Autism, Moderate Learning Difficulties, and other associated needs including Social, Emotional and Mental Health. You will be working with children on a 1:1 basis and so the ability to build positive relationships is required.


We have 2 long term Science Teacher vacancies starting ASAP at a girls school in Manchester. This is a great opportunity to join an ambitious team, working full time. Science Teacher responsibilities and duties The school is firmly committed to establishing first class standards and we would like to hear from Secondary Science teachers who offer high levels of enthusiasm and motivation, who will engage and inspire pupils to take part in KS3, KS4 & KS5 Science. You will be working across all keys stages working with students of all abilities.

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