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Vision for Education

Vision for Education

St Paul's Place, Norfolk Street
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
s1 2JE
United Kingdom
Tel: 0800 0850644
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Created in 2008, Vision for Education is a well-established, market-leading teacher supply agency with industry experience and expertise.

We recruit and supply teachers and other support staff for primary, secondary and SEND schools and other learning institutions. Our branches are located all across the country. We are always looking to recruit experienced and newly qualified teachers, teaching assistants (TAs), higher level teaching assistants (HLTAs), cover supervisors and other school support staff for day-to-day supply, short and long-term placements and permanent jobs.

We have grown since then to become an official supply partner of Tes Global, cementing our position as the industry’s most trusted recruitment partner. 

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We are recruiting on behalf of a dedicated SEMH school, looking for hard working, resilient and outgoing staff to support young people that struggle with their mental health. About the role This is a role to support young people aged 12 - 16 years, with Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties within a specialist school setting in Northumberland. Staff will be there to support students in lessons, at break times and on school trips. The role will initially be a supply position, but for the right candidate, it will be made permanent.

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We are looking to appoint a 1:1 Behaviour Support Assistant to join our join our successful supply agency team and work in a school in the Northumberland local authority. About the role Working as part of an energetic and creative team, the successful 1:1 Behaviour Support Assistant will focus on delivering support to children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) in a Secondary School. This position will be on a supply basis between Monday to Friday. Part time and full time positions are available and can can be long term, short term or day to day.

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We are currently working in partnership with a specialist service that caters for Young People with Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties, who often present challenging behaviours. About the role The successful candidate will be providing both academic and emotional support to the students on a daily basis, often having to implement a nurturing and caring approach to their support style, as well as having to defuse difficult and challenging behaviours. About the school The school caters for some of the areas most disengaged young learners, all of whom will have Educational Health Care Plans in place and will be classed as vulnerable. Requirements To be considered for the role of Mental Health Support Worker you will: Previous experience of working with children, young people and adults who have Social and Emotional Mental Health Difficulties, and other needs.

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We are seeking Early Career Teachers from September 2022 to work in long term and permanent roles in our client schools in Northumberland. About the role The desired SEND Early Career Teachers (ECTs) will be working in Primary and Secondary Special School's from September 2022. We pride ourselves on our provision of good and outstanding practitioners to fantastic schools in the area. We are looking to hear from passionate and determined Early Career Teachers (ECTs) who are looking to start their career in teaching.

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We are recruiting on behalf of a dedicated Secondary SEMH provision in Northumberland, for a number of Learning Support staff to begin in September. About the role As a Learning Support mentor, you will be responsible for both the pastoral and academic well-being of students in Key Stage 3 and 4, that struggle with their Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH). You will also accompany students on outdoor activities and school trips. These roles are due to start ASAP.

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We are seeking to recruit a dedicated and passionate Teacher of SEND to work within a special school in the Northumberland Local Authority. Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) About the role The successful candidate will be delivering an engaging curriculum to KS3 and KS4 students, who have a range of additional needs. About the school The school boasts a motivated and enthused work force, who work extremely hard to provide the best standard of nurtured support and education to their students. The school caters for students with Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD) and Profound Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD).

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