Are you passionate about supporting children with Special Educational Needs? Great opportunity for recent Graduates I am currently recruiting Sports Graduates located within the Salford area to be apart of a specialist school for Upper Primary and secondary aged young people with social and emotional difficulties. The school caters for young people from 7-16 Years old and focuses on their emotional as well as academic development. The Patricroft School is looking for a passionate person to create change and bring enthusiasm to assist pupils in day to day learning and routines.
Teaching Personnel are specifically working with a school in the Derby area who are looking for a full time primary teacher that is available full time in the new academic year. The school has been rated Outstanding by OFSTED, and caters for children and young people with special educational needs (including ASC, SLD, PMLD and complex needs) - many of whom who haven't coped well in a mainstream setting. In particular the school requires a Primary Teacher to teach a small class of 8 students, ranging from year 2 to year 5. Do you have the following skills/qualifications?
Specialist SEN Teacher required for School in Leeds Teaching Personnel are currently working with an all age (2-19) specialist provision for pupils with Special Educational Needs. This includes pupils with severe and complex needs and an increasing majority of pupils with an autistic spectrum condition. The school are looking to appoint an experienced SEN Teacher to join their team in September 2020, initially on a temporary basis until July 2021, with an opportunity to apply for a permanent post following a successful probationary period. Applications are welcome from teachers from mainstream, specialist or LA backgrounds.
SEN Support Worker Required for specialist provision in Leeds Do you have direct experience supporting pupils in schools, or have experience in a care or support role and are interested in a career within Special Needs education? A specialist SEN School in Leeds are seeking a Support Worker to commence September 2020. The school provides alternative education for learners aged 2-19 with a wide range of Special Educational Needs including Autistic Spectrum Conditions (ASC), Moderate and Severe Learning Difficulties (MLD/SLD) and Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN). You will be part of a dynamic team of experienced SEN Teachers, Learning Support Staff, Educational Psychologists, Speech and Language Therapists, Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists.
Are you passionate about working with children? We have a fantastic opportunity to enhance future Teacher training applications by supporting students in small groups and on a 1:1 basis and working with disengaged learners. The successful Teaching Assistant will support students in class across the subject areas, and deliver targeted interventions to students on a 1:1 basis during lessons and break times. Due to some of the students displaying challenging behaviour, the role will also involve working closely with pupils who have been withdrawn from lessons.
Behaviour Teaching Assistant - Selby and York Have you got what it takes to positively manage and encourage young people with challenging behaviour? Teaching Personnel are working exclusively with a number of Alternative Provisions and Pupil Referral Units in Selby and York that require Behaviour Mentors to join their fantastic team in the new academic year, on a supply basis. Have you worked with children or adults with behavioural challenges? Do you have a passion for supporting disadvantaged people?
Behaviour Mentor - York I am looking to appoint a Pastoral Behaviour Mentor, to work with young people who are unable to attend mainstream School. The position is full time and will be commencing in October 2020, once the academic year is in full effect. The Job Role: As a Pastoral Mentor, you are responsible for the welfare and safety of the young person (or people) assigned to you that day/week You will attend all of their activities and lessons and are responsible for building rapport and a trusted relationship with the young person/people As a Specialist Mentor, you need to be qualified in something, such as Personal Trainer, Costruction or similar You will plan and deliver sessions to young people in your specialist subject An additional part of the job role, is to collect the young person from their home in the morning and drop them back off after their day, so it is vital to have a Driving Licence and your own transport The School day is 0830-1600 If you feel you have the relevant skills for this, please call Kerry Fowler on 01482 908020 or email an up to date CV by following the application link. All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role.
Are you a youth work graduate? Are you passionate about working with children? Are you looking for an opportunity to begin a career in an SEN OFSTED ‘good' Academy school? • Fantastic opportunity to enhance future Teacher training applications • Supporting students in small groups and on a 1:1 basis • Working with disengaged learners The successful Youth Worker will support students in class across the subject areas, and deliver targeted interventions to students on a 1:1 basis during lessons and break times.
Are you passionate about supporting children with Special Educational Needs? Do you have the skills to make a real difference in a child's education? Are you looking to begin a career in SEN? Teaching Personnel are currently seeking a caring and patient Teaching Assistant for our partner school, a state-of-the-art secondary special school in Trafford.
A specialist school in Manchester supporting children and young people aged between 11 and 16 across Key Stages 3 and 4. Their school is specially designed to provide the optimum environment for learning and to best support young people with autism (ASC) who also face other challenges such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and attachment disorder (AD) along with children affected by social, emotional and mental health difficulties. Most of their children have Educational Health Care plans (EHCP) and others are assessed in partnership with their local authorities through our Special Educational Needs team. Therefore, we are looking for qualified secondary Maths specialist who is dynamic, creative and will work hard to meet the personalised needs of our children.
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