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LTF Recruitment

Bramley House
Wilsthorpe Road, Long Eaton
United Kingdom
Tel: 02079932461
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Do you have experience in supporting pupils with behavioural needs and learning difficulties? Are you available to begin work in October 2020? LTF Recruitment are delighted to be supporting a school in the NG9 area who are looking to appoint a dedicated and enthusiastic learning mentor to support children across the school. The successful applicant will have: Experience in supporting children with autism, ADHD, SEMH and low learning levels A committed individual with an excellent attendance and punctuality record Knowledge of the primary school curriculum A relevant mentor/TA qualification or at least one years' experience Excellent communication skills to liaise with senior staff in school and parents A creative mindset and be able to engage pupils within their lessons In return, the school can offer: Guaranteed work until July 2021 The option of a permanent contract for the right person A supportive senior leadership team Friendly and polite children who are eager to learn Excellent facilities and beautiful grounds Applications for this job are open until 25th September.


Are you a qualified teaching assistant? Are you looking for your next role within education? LTF Recruitment are delighted to be working alongside one of our partner schools in the central Nottingham area who are looking to add a qualified teaching assistant to their team to begin work from October. The role will be paid to scale and you will roughly be paid somewhere between £1200 and £1400 a month The main duties within this role will be: Supporting children in small groups within class Working on a 1:1 basis with children who present with special educational needs Following the school's behaviour and reward policies Liaising with the class teacher around progress of pupils Acting as a positive role model at all times Leading mentoring groups around: communication, friendships and teamwork The school are only willing to accept applications from people who: Hold a relevant TA qualification Are willing to go the extra mile Have experience of working in a primary school setting Understand the EYFS, KS1 and KS2 curriculum Can build relationships quickly with the children Are good team players and effective communicators To apply for the role, simply send across your CV via the application page.

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