Are you a teaching assistant looking to gain further experience within SEND? Premier Education is looking for specialist SEND Teaching Assistants or TAs with a passion and dedication to supporting children and young people with additional needs to work within a number of specialist settings across Stockport and Greater Manchester. The ideal candidate will have a background or experience in supporting SEND pupils and will have experienced needs in a personal or professional capacity such as: ASD, EBD, PMLD or CLD students. Successful candidates MUST be able to work as part of a team of professionals and: • Support the class teacher with delivery of engaging and differentiated activities • Be able to liaise with class teacher / SENCO regarding pupil progress and development in line with EHCP tracking • Share good practice and work with other staff to discover effective methods for individual pupils Candidates will be empathetic and understanding of pupil's additional needs and be a calming presence for pupils.
Are you an Alternative Provision Teacher looking for an opportunity to lead? Premier Education is currently supporting an independent group of alternative provisions with a number of schools across the North West in various locations such as: Wigan, Chorley, Stockport, Liverpool and Carlisle who are recruiting for a number of roles at the moment. In particular they are looking for Learning Mentors and Teaching Staff as well as Tutors to support their young people all of whom have needs relating to SEMH / SEBD. Ideal candidates will have experience working with children and young people who have challenging behaviour or mental health needs and will be resilient and passionate about improving educational outcomes for some of the most at risk and vulnerable students across the North West Successful candidates MUST: • Hold a formal teaching or support qualification with certified proof • Be confident supporting the needs of children with SEMH and/or SEBD • Have an active interest in developing the academic outcomes for progress of children with additional needs • Hold QTS or QTLS if a teacher • Be available immediately for interviews or observations • Have an outstanding attendance record and be well organised and committed Successful candidates will be proficient at interview, have a commitment to the development and learning of children with additional needs and be reliable and dedicated to all roles assigned.
Are you a BSL Specialist looking to use your qualification in schools and provisions? Premier Education is working in partnership with a number of provisions and specialist services that are looking for BSL Qualified support staff or interpreters to develop the language skills of children with hearing impairments or communication needs across Stockport. Ideal candidates will have BSL L2 or above and be confident in their ability to communicate using sign language. You must also be compassionate and able to work with children and young people with hearing impairments.