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 END? or Do you have experience of working in a SEND environment? Teaching personnel are looking for candidates who could flourish at this SEND College 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.
High aspirations? Looking for an exciting new challenge? Ready to make a real difference? Teaching Personnel are seeking to recruit an outstanding SEMH/ASC teacher for an outstanding school in the Basingstoke area to join their unified teaching team in September.
High aspirations? Looking for an exciting new challenge? Ready to make a real difference? Teaching Personnel are seeking to recruit an outstanding SEMH/ASC teacher for an outstanding school in the New Forest to join their unified teaching team in January.
We are currently working alongside a SEMH school in Cheadle, to recruit a Teaching Assistant to work with children and young people with Social Emotional and Mental Health needs and associated challenging behaviour and other learning difficulties, As a result of this you would be supporting the teacher in classes of no more than 10 pupils. Your role will mainly involve supporting the pupils with their new routines and classes, helping them to adapt to school both academically and socially. You will be working with children and young people who are not able attend mainstream education for multiple reasons, such as Anxiety, Exclusion, Physical and mental health issues, disabilities and learning difficulties. The successful Teaching Assistant would have: • Some experience working with children and young people who display challenging behaviour • Experience of de-escalation training would be advantageous • The school would also consider candidates from youth work backgrounds, or similar roles This role demands motivation, passion, patience, and the ability to emotionally support children who are from vulnerable backgrounds and situations.
We are currently recruiting a Teaching assistant on behalf of a Secondary SEND school for young people with a great range of special educational needs from MLD to SLD. This position is due to begin in and will be five days' work, six hours per day until the end of the academic year. The school is based in Stockport and is easily accessible by both public transport and car. This school is an Ofsted ‘Outstanding' provision that caters for young people with a scope of special educational needs such as, ASD Autism spectrum condition, PMLD Profound and multiple learning difficulties, VI visual impairment, SLCN Speech and language & communication and SLD Severe learning difficulties.