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Are you looking for a different teaching role where you can make a difference to the lives of young people? We are looking for a 1:1 Tutor to teach students on a 1:1 basis in Salford. About the role We are looking for a 1:1 Tutor who can teach core subjects with students who are unable to attend an education setting or need further support in a curriculum area. Tuition sessions can range from one - five hours per day (within and outside of school hours) depending on the student's timetable and capabilities.


Do you want to make a difference to lives of children and young people? Can you support those who need you most? We are currently working alongside a SEMH school to recruit a Teaching Assistant to work on a one-to-one basis with children and young people with SEMH needs and associated challenging behaviour and other learning difficulties. The school is a small provision of no more than 15 pupils, with a high focus on the nature and care of their young people.


*LOCATION* Salford *CONTRACT TYPE* Full-time/Part-time *CONTRACT TERMS* Long-term *SALARY* £70 - £80 per day *APPLY BY* ASAP *JOB START* On-going The role Are you a friendly and child-centred person? Are you passionate about supporting pupils with a range of special educational needs? We have several vacancies for an SEN Teaching Assistant to work in special needs schools in Salford. The overarching purpose of the role is to work with pupils who have learning difficulties usually with a statement of Special Educational Needs The ideal SEN Teaching Assistant will be prepared to ‘go the extra mile' to support very special young people.


Are you looking for a challenging role in education? We are looking for a candidate to work as a Behavioural Support Assistant at a school in the Salford borough. The pupils have found it hard to settling in to mainstream provisions and school closures have had a significant impact on engagement levels, so it is vital that effective and engaging intervention is provided to guarantee a promising future for them. This role is temporary, but with the view to becoming permanent if you settle into the job well.


Are you passionate about supporting children with behavioural issues? Are you a strong and resilient practitioner? We have asked by a specialist SEMH school to recruit an enthusiastic and experienced teaching assistant to join their centre. The students attend the school due to a diagnosis of SEMH and have been excluded from mainstream education and may also have co-existing conditions including, disruptive behaviour disorders, mood disorders, anxiety, and learning disabilities.


A vibrant and inclusive secondary school are looking to appoint a Behaviour Specialist ASAP who is able to support identified pupils. As a Behaviour Support Assistant, you will provide extra support to pupils who need it most and are harder to reach, in smaller groups or on a 1:1 basis. You will act as a positive learning role model for pupils and so the ideal candidate will have previous experience working in a similar setting/role.  Full time Behaviour Support Assistant Starting ASAP - temporary role until July 2022 initially Great rate of pay earning £1350 per month Working in a supportive and inclusive secondary school with a great team Mainstream secondary school located in Salford Great opportunity for those looking for a rewarding and challenging role If the role of Behaviour Support Assistant sounds like the opportunity for you, please apply by submitting an updated CV below.


Are you an SEN Primary Teacher with either the experience or desire to work with pupils with moderate, severe and complex needs?  A fantastic teaching role is available to start asap. The role The SEN Primary Teacher role will involve teaching small classes of pupils aged 4-11 with a wide range of Learning Difficulties. Every student at the school has an Education, Healthcare Plan (EHCP) and additional needs around their health, social and emotional wellbeing.

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