Experienced Teaching Assistant with core subject knowledge required for Pupil Referral Unit. Teaching Personnel work closely with a group of schools providing a education access to students with specific behaviour needs, who are not accessing mainstream education. The School The school is based in Blackley, North Manchester and caters to students at KS3 age. Students are referred with special needs and social, emotional and mental health issues, and generally struggle to maintain engagement in education.
PMLD Teacher – Manchester Premier Education are currently working in partnership with a school in Manchester who are looking for a PMLD Teacher to start ASAP to cover a Maternity Leave. The role involves personal care and our client is dedicated to their ethos and multi-disciplinary approach to quality education for SEND pupils with Complex Needs. Due to the nature of the role all teachers must have a Child and Adult Workforce DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one. Candidates must also be flexible and committed as well as consistent in their approach to teaching and learning.
Criminology graduates needed for intervention based roles with young adults on the brink of offending. An Intervention provision school in the South Manchester area are looking for Criminology Graduates to work alongside students from inner city locations who pose challenging behaviours, mental health needs, drug and alcohol abuse and may be involved in gang activity. Students in these schools are referred due to their inability to manage within mainstream settings and need specialised support and intervention alongside their education. Whilst the curriculum is the intended focus, students need ongoing counselling, mentoring and management so that unstable emotional states and anti-social interactions become less prominent and education can become priority.
Primary SEN school supporting non-verbal students requires Speech and Language Teaching Assistant for ongoing support. A vibrant school in the Manchester area are looking to recruit a specialist Speech and Language Teaching Assistant who is able to provide dedicated assistance to primary age students with ASC, SLD and PMLD who face communication barriers.The school is centrally located in the City, and supports up to 160 students from the local area and provides a sensory and holistic curriculum to enhance learning regardless of any learning difficulties.The school has specialised occupational therapists for Speech and Language development, who asses skills within the classroom and set targets for development; targets which you will help them to meet!
Premier Education are working in partnership with a specialist SEND provision in Manchester who are responsible for the education of children and young people aged 16 - 25 years old with disabilities, complex needs and autism. The provision has a multidisciplinary approach to learning and has expertise in supporting students with a wide range of needs and backgrounds. As a Learning Support Worker for this provision you will be expected to be comfortable providing personal care, working as part of a team and must have a solid understanding of working with those who have PMLD and Medical Needs. The main aspects of the role are: To provide support and guidance to the young people by removing barriers to learning To support and facilitate change and transition along the journey to excellence To contribute to all relevant aspects of planning, recording and evidencing progression in learning plans To be an active participant in supporting the timetable in all it's different contexts e.
Do you want to build experience in Education? Are you someone who loves to support child welfare and development? • SEN school opportunity • Temporary contract • Easily accessible by public transport We are working with a city centre based, Ofsted OUTSTANDING community special school which provides inclusive and committed support to primary and secondary aged pupils who have complex medical needs, communication needs and learning difficulties. All students have a specialised Educational Health Care Plan which aims to provide each student with the specific adaptations and assistance they need to develop, learn and grow.
Have you Graduated in or are studying Psychology? Looking for paid work experience? Teaching Personnel work with a number of Behaviour Provision Schools across south Manchester and Stockport, and are looking to recruit those with knowledge of psychology to work alongside students with mental health needs and anti-social behaviours as Teaching Assistants. Although the role is based around education support, due to the students personal needs and behaviours they require consistent mentoring, motivating and advising, as well as some counselling, so their well-being can remain stable meaning they can achieve much more in their education and work towards a more independent future.
Teaching Assistant required for Manchester based Pupil Referral Unit • Teaching Assistant at Pupil Referral Unit • Fixed term contract • City based - very easily accessible Teaching Personnel are working closely with a Pupil Referral Unit who are looking to take on a Teaching Assistant for a fixed term contract. Students at the school have been referred after exclusion from mainstream education, and usually have diagnosed mental health and social and emotional issues as well as displaying challenging anti-social behaviours. Due to this the students have a dedicated Educational Health Care Plan designed to support them in a way that is flexible and suits their specific needs. The Pupil Referral Unit hopes to recruit a Teaching Assistant who is already familiar with the Secondary curriculum, specifically Maths and English, or can show a good level of competency in these areas therefore is able to support the students with these essential core subjects.
(SEN Teacher primary or secondary) Start Date: January 2020 Are you a creative Qualified Teacher to looking to secure a long-term role working one to one with students delivering alternative curriculum? Prospero Teaching are looking for a Qualified Teacher to start within an alternative provision delivering an alternative curriculum to students on a one to one basis. The role is to start in January 2020, and will run until the end of the academic year, with a view to extending the contract into the new academic year. The school are looking to appoint an ambitious and enthusiastic teacher who will join a highly committed team.
(SEN Teacher primary or secondary trained) Start Date: ASAP or January 2020 Are you a creative Qualified Teacher to looking to secure a long-term role working one to one and with small groups with students delivering the core curriculum? Prospero Teaching are looking for a Qualified Teacher to start within an alternative provision delivering an alternative curriculum to students on a one to one basis and in small groups. The role is to start in January 2020, sooner if the right person is available and will run until the end of the academic year, with a view to extending the contract into the new academic year. The school are looking to appoint an ambitious and enthusiastic teacher who will join a highly committed team.