SEND Daily Supply Teaching Assistants - North London - ASAP Start Empowering Learning Ltd are recruiting for SEND Daily Supply Teaching Assistants who are looking to work on a flexible daily basis in our SEND Schools across North West London. We have a high need of daily supply and are looking for individuals to commit to day to day, and short-term assignments from October 2020. We are looking for adaptable and proactive SEND Daily Supply Teaching Assistants who have the ability to work across different SEN settings with a range of age groups. We are seeking enthusiastic and hands on practitioners that are able to take direction, that have a dynamic approach and works effectively with students with additional learning difficulties.
Graduate Teaching Assistant - North London - ASAP Start Empowering Learning are currently working closely with a variety of SEN Schools and Pupil Referral Units across all North London Boroughs who are all looking to recruit Graduate Teaching Assistants. There is a huge focus on rapidly improving these schools and the development of their students and learning. The ideal candidate required for this role will be, resilient, committed and have a positive attitude to better the lives of their pupils. The role will involve supporting both teachers and pupils, helping to keep the students engaged in their learning.
Behaviour Mentor - North London - ASAP Start SEND Schools Roles available in all North London Boroughs Full-Time Competitive pay depending on experience Empowering Learning are currently recruiting for Behaviour Mentors / Learning Support Assistants to work within a SEND Schools or Pupil Referral units based in North London supporting pupils with SEMH (Social, Emotional & Mental Health). We are looking for a dynamic and adaptable Behaviour Mentors/Learning Support Assistant, that will be able to support pupils on a daily basis in the classroom. Some of the pupils you will be supporting will have various SEND needs, experience of supporting different needs would be desirable but not essential. You will play a key role in supporting the pupils with communication, learning, and independence, in a safe and inclusive environment to help their development.
SEMH Teaching Assistant - North/North West London - Pupil Referral Unit Are you interested in working with pupils with challenging behaviour? If so, please continue reading. Empowering Learning are currently working closely with a variety of developing Pupil Referral Units and SEMH schools across all North London Boroughs supporting their staffing needs. There is a huge focus on rapidly improving these schools and the development of their students and learning.
SEN Teacher 1 Year Contract SLD SEN Teacher North London School Full time Starting ASAP Post Corona Pay depending on experience The SEN Teacher Job A large special needs (SEN) school based in North London is seeking an SEN teacher with some recent SLD experience to join their team as soon as schools reopen. The successful applicant for this SEN teacher job will be teaching a mixed KS1 class (6 pupils) with Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD.) The majority of the children come from all over North London and have been moved into an specialist environment to help support their additional medical and sensory needs as well as physical impairments. The class consists of 6 pupils who are all working at P levels, as a result experience of the EYFS curriculum would be advantageous, though not essential.
Graduate Trainee Teacher Do you have experience working with young people which has enabled you to realise you would find teaching a rewarding career path? Does the prospect of earning and working full-time within a supportive school environment whilst you gain your PGCE sound appealing to you? Why not try an alternative school-based route to teacher training, you will gain the same qualifications as a PGCE? A well-established secondary school is looking for talented graduates who have a passion to train as a teacher… Graduate Trainee Teacher Located in North London Earn up to £400 per week Must have minimum 2:1 degree Gain QTS by completing training programme 'Outstanding' Secondary school Supportive CPD and training programme Good transport links Interviewing now This popular Secondary school has a superb reputation of developing Oxbridge and Russell Group graduates into outstanding practitioners and future leaders.
Graduate Behaviour Mentor Do you have a passion to improve behaviour in young people especially in a school-based setting? Would you like to gain paid work experience in a large nonselective secondary school? Are you a recent graduate and aspire to become a teacher or education psychologist? A well-established secondary school located in North London is looking for a talented graduate to work as a Behaviour Mentor for the rest of the academic year… Graduate Behaviour Mentor Well established secondary school located in North London Core subject and Psychology graduates welcome to apply Full time, long term position starting ASAP Earn up to £400 per week Induction and full training given Experienced Head as a mentor Interviewing ASAP As a Behaviour Mentor, your role will be helping challenging students overcome their behavioural issues, whilst acting as a role model and someone to look up to.