Teaching Assistants / Learning Mentors - Wakefield (WF7/8/9 Area) A specialist school on the outskirts of Wakefield are looking for Teaching Assistants and learning mentors to work within their school with a view to going permanent. The school are requiring extra staff due to an increase in student referrals to work 1:1 and in the general classroom assisting with learning. This role will involve working on a 1:1 level and some group work with students who have Autism, face physical challenges or have other mental health difficulties and you will work alongside another support staff and the Teacher. You will be helping with their class work, carrying out pastoral duties and ensuring their mental health is protected.
I am looking to recruit behaviour support workers and Teaching Assistants for a Specialist SEMH Provision in Pontefract. We are looking to trial candidates immediately after HT for suitability for full time positions. in September. If you are currently looking for work options and have: • Team Teach training (in date or recently lapsed) • Experience with de-escalating behaviours • Experience working with children with significant social, emotional and mental health needs at any Key Stage.
Behaviour Mentor - Wakefield Are you a dedicated and confident Graduate looking for school-based experience? Do you have future aspirations to become an Educational Psychologist, Counsellor, Teacher or SENCO? As a Graduate Behaviour Mentor with GSL Education, you will be able to connect with students unable to access mainstream education. Finding the balance of academic and personal development will be essential to the role, to ensure students can progress in the future.
We are currently recruiting for a SEND Teaching Assistant to provide additional support interventions to students with learning difficulties and/or disabilities in a secondary school environment. The post is to start September 2021 and will be on a long-term basis. Support will be classroom based and will be in small groups and 1:1. If you are an experienced support worker who can enthuse, motivate and engage students and would like the challenge of working in a demanding and rewarding environment then we want to hear from you.
SEMH Teaching Assistant Location: Wakefield, West Yorkshire Salary: £65 to £80 per day Start Date: September 2021 We are looking to recruit a Teaching Assistant with experience supporting young people with social, emotional and mental health needs and behavioural difficulties. If this is of initial interest to you, please keep reading... About the School: An inclusive SEMH School for pupils aged 11 to 17 years old, with a range of behavioural needs The School is a successful education provider, with a therapeutic approach to teaching and learning They are committed to providing a safe and inclusive learning environment where every pupil is valued and encouraged to reach their full potential The School is pupil-centred and ensures they are at the forefront of everything the School does About the Job: To provide 1:1 support to secondary aged pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs (SEMH) To work alongside other educational professionals such as therapists, to ensure EHCP outcomes are met To help facilitate and deliver interventions on a small group and 1:1 basis As the ideal candidate, you must have had significant hands-on experience with SEMH and challenging behaviour, linked to additional needs Hourly pay starting at £10 per hour* inclusive of holiday pay at 12.07% To apply for the position of SEMH Teaching Assistant in Wakefield, please submit your CV via the application link.
SEND Teaching Assistant Wakefield £70-£80/day Immediate Start Salary is dependent on experience, training or qualifications. The minimum experience, training or qualifications required for this position are a Level 2 Childcare qualification. Contract dates We are recruiting on behalf of a school in Wakefield who are seeking to appoint a SEND Teaching Assistant on a full-time, starting from June. The role The successful SEND Teaching Assistant will be tasked with working with small classes, made up of students aged between 5 and 11.
Primary Teachers (SEMH/ASC KS1 & KS2 East Wakefield We are looking for experienced SEND Primary Teachers that specialise, or are experienced working with children with special needs such as Autism (ASD) or students that have difficulty accessing a mainstream curriculum as they present with Socio Emotional Mental Health conditions (SEMH). As a SEND Teacher working in an alternative setting you will be required to work with SEND students across all key stages 1 or 2 in one of the many alternative settings we work closely with. You may be a mainstream teacher that is looking to change into a SEND environment who has excellent classroom management and wanting to work within an alternative setting. The role can be challenging yet very rewarding and you will need to be resilient as no two days are the same.
Are you a primary school teacher with the drive and creativity to make a positive impact in a school? We're looking for a PPA teacher to do just that across Wakefield, Castleford and Pontefract, while avoiding the responsibilities of being a full-time class teacher. About the role: This role is based in our fantastic primary schools with the WF Postcode , and will involve a full timetable of teaching, covering PPA time and sickness. There will be some lesson planning involved, but the successful applicant will need to be flexible and reliable.