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LTF Recruitment

LTF Recruitment

Bramley House
Wilsthorpe Road, Long Eaton
Derbyshire
NG103SX
United Kingdom
Tel: 02079932461
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Specialists in long-term and permanent recruitment for schools across the UK

 At LTF Recruitment we understand the importance of choosing the right person for each school and that’s why with the 20 years of combined experience amongst our team we intend to do just that.  We want our staff to lead the way with the quality of education delivered in all schools across the whole of the UK. Our staff  play a critical role in supporting and guiding each pupil to reach their full potential.

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Speech and Language TA - London Are you a Speech and Language (SaLT) Graduate with a minimum 2.2 degree? Are you keen to gain further experience of working with children in a school setting as you pursue your future career goals? If you are a Speech and Language Therapy Graduate looking at becoming a professional Speech and Language Therapist, Educational Psychologist or even an SEN Teacher then this is the ideal opportunity for you.

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We are working alongside a Special Educational Needs School based boroughs around London. This role is for an SEN TA/LSA who has previously had experience teaching children with autism and challenging behaviour and has previously worked in a Special School. We are looking for someone to start ASAP! About the School: * Rated 'outstanding' by OFSTED * North, South, East & West London About the role:  *Working with small groups of students with SEMH *Full time teaching post *Teaching small groups *1:1 support in the classroom often * *Ability to read data and raising attainment * Managing Challenging Behaviour * You will be responsible for ensuring the safety and well-being of students as well as progress in functional skills and communication * ASAP Start The Candidate must have: * Previous experience as an SEN TA * Previous experience within SEN * TA experience * Full DBS Check * References Available If you think you're the ideal candidate for this role please apply now.

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SEN Teaching Assistant (ASD Focus) | Outstanding Primary School | London A fantastic Primary School in London are on the hunt for a SEN Teaching Assistant with an ASD Focus for ASAP or January start. This will be a full time, and long-term role for the entire academic year. You will specialise in supporting Autism / ASD on both a 1:1 & group basis across EYFS, KS1 & KS2. The SENCo is eager to find a forward thinking, and hardworking graduate who is keen to go above and beyond for all.

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ASD SEN Teaching Assistant - South East London - Must be a Graduate with a keen interest in education to be considered! Are you a Psychology Graduate set on a career within Educational or Clinical Psychology? Have you already had some form of experience, limited or not with ASD children and would love to spend the rest of this academic year deepening your skillset and working knowledge? **ASD SEN Teaching Assistant position in London **Long Term, Full-Time ASD SEN Teaching Assistant role at a popular primary **Position starting immediately - Interview will be held via TEAMS ASAP **£70-90 per day dependent on experience As their ASD SEN Teaching Assistant, you will be tasked with working with a child in Year 3 who has ASD.

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Special needs Teaching Assistant - London A Special school (SEN) which caters for pupils with a range of needs, including Moderate Learning Difficulties (MLD), Autism (ASD) and behavioural difficulties (EBD) is looking for Teaching Assistants to start ASAP for long-term roles. There are a high proportion of autistic children attending the school so a good knowledge and understanding of autism is essential for the role. Also, being able to work with challenging behaviour would be beneficial. The role will be very varied; you will need to be flexible to work with pupils aged 4-16 years old in a whole class setting and also 1:1 work with certain pupils.

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