Are you patient, caring and passionate about young people and their development? Have you completed a degree in psychology and are you looking to take your next career steps by gaining some valuable experience supporting the development of vulnerable children with Special Educational needs? or Do you have experience of working in a SEND environment? We are looking for candidates who could flourish at this ‘Outstanding' SEND school which has state of the art facilities, a true community with shared responsibility and common core values which create a culture of collaboration, opportunity, respect, and innovation.
Autism Specialist Teaching Assistant Required for Immediate Start Full Time in Derby We are working closely with the Derby SEND Team to find a HLTA to work 1:1 in a SEN school in Derby (DE21) for the remainder of the academic year. You will be working with a Year 1 Student who is non-verbal, and uses some Makaton to communicate. Ideal Candidates: - Experience working with students who have Autism - Have worked 1:1 with students with SEN and challenging behaviour - Teaching Assistant or HLTA with SEN Experience - Understanding, experience, or training in at least one of the following non-verbal communication: Makaton or PECS What we can offer you: - Full time: 8:30am to 3pm Monday to Friday - Rates of £15-20 per hour (£75-100 per day) dependant on experience - FREE Safeguarding training All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.
We are working with a school in the NG20 area of Nottinghamshire, who are looking for a Teacher/Tutor to support 10 students per day as part of their National Tutoring Programme (NTP) in school. (we are ideally looking for full time availability, however if you are available for mornings or afternoon's only we are considering job share options) Details of the role: Starting on 26th April 10 week programme Monday to Friday Commitment 9:30am to 3pm ( 30min break) 1:1, 30mins sessions per pupil (10students a day) Maths/ English All on-site (however also will be leading virtual sessions in some cases) EYFS level and level 1 or 2 Candidates responsibilities and experience: SEN experience Students will be EYFS to age 16 however working at EYFS level Starting assessment Weekly feedback Full planning I am putting CV's across to the school today - so if interested please get into contact ASAP. The successful candidate will need to complete NTP training modules before they start. All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role.
Teaching Assistant - Behaviour Support We are currently working with a Mainstream Primary School in Huyton, L36, who are searching for an experienced Teaching Assistant/ Learning Support Assistant to work 1-1 with a pupil with Special Education Needs (SEN) in Reception. The pupil shows signs autism, speech and language needs and also displays challenging behaviour The ideal Teaching Assistant will have experience working with children with ASD and challenging behaviour and be confident with their behaviour management skills. To be considered for this role it is essential that you have previous experience in a similar position and will be able to hit the ground running in order to assist the pupil emotionally. You will be working with the pupil during class times, break times and also 1-1 to run interventions and booster sessions.
Are you a motivated and enthusiastic Science teacher? The position: Secondary Science Teacher (KS3/KS4) Pay scale: Negotiable to reflect MPS/UPS We are currently are looking to recruit a passionate Science teacher for a client secondary academy in central Birmingham. This role is full-time and provides the opportunity to gain experience and training. The role is open to both experienced and NQTs.
We endeavour to pay to scale for long term positions! The company leading the way in 'To Scale Pay' for Birmingham! Are you a fully Qualified English Teacher who can teach either KS3/4 or A-level? Are you looking for work in the Birmingham Are you wanting to take on a teaching role starting ASAP?
We are currently recruiting for numerous full-time Teaching Assistant's to work with Special Educational Needs (SEN) primary pupils (KS1 or KS2) for when schools return after the Easter holiday. The role as an SEN Teaching Assistant involves supporting children with SEN individually or in small groups. You would be required to work term time only from Monday to Friday and the hours would be 8.30am until 3.
We are currently recruiting for numerous full-time teaching assistants to work with special educational needs (SEN) primary pupils (KS1 or KS2) for when schools return after the Easter holiday. The role as an SEN Teaching Assistant involves supporting children with SEN individually or in small groups. You would be required to work term time only from Monday to Friday and the hours would be 8.30am until 3.
SCIENCE TEACHER The position on offer consists of full-time teaching in a Leading School in the Oxford area. A successful candidate will be expected to work together with a dynamic, supportive teaching staff and senior leadership team who are committed to delivering the highest possible level of learning in a safety-oriented environment. Pay Salary is dependent on experience, training, or qualifications but varies from £140 - £190 Per Day. The minimum experience, training or qualifications required for this position are shown below.
We are working exclusively with a number of Mainstream, SEN and Alternative Provision Schools in Portsmouth and are currently seeking to appoint staff available for a post-Easter start. A number of the Schools we support with their recruitment, cater for pupils who are unable to access mainstream education, therefore the students may have the following SEN needs: Autism (ASC) Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD) ADHD Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs (SEMH) Attachment Disorders Global Development Delay (GDD) Behavioural Difficulties The position will involve working 1:1 or in small groups with the students. The ideal candidate would have previous experience working with similar needs or be passionate about working with special needs pupils. Candidates that are suited for this type of work, tend to have experience in some of the following areas: Criminology Youth/Community Work SEN experience Residential Support Work Care Assistant Sports Coach Sports Graduates Team Teach trained staff Youth Offending Services Mentoring Positions Teaching/Learning support Assistant Psychology All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role.
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