Cover supervisor work - Manchester We are looking for Cover Supervisors to work in Secondary Schools across the Manchester area. We are looking for cover supervisors to cover all classes from KS3 through to KS5 and who have strong behaviour management skills and are passionate about teaching. The position is open to both graduates and experienced cover supervisors. Depending on performance the school would look at either extending the contract or offering a permanent position.
The Role: Work with a group of identified pupils Use your degree experience to enhance learning and support Have the skills and knowledge to support children with a range of needs Provide effective strategies through sport to promote positive attitudes to learning Ideal opportunity for students looking to gain paid experience before a PGCE The Ideal Candidate: Natural ability to befriend the pupils while maintaining a professional attitude The willingness to provide an environment in which pupils can reach their full potential Energy and enthusiasm A professional approach to handling difficult situations Requirements: (BA Hons) degree (Or something similar) DBS (clean and relevant) - Can be obtained through ourselves Safeguarding certificate A committed and enthusiastic attitude to work Excellent communication skills and the ability to form new relationships What we will offer you. Possible long term contract and role in contributing to the school. Dedicated staff who are committed to school improvement A highly supportive and proactive leadership team; A commitment to supporting your professional development to the next stage of your career. If this Teaching Assistant role appeals to you, or you are anyway interested in a career within teaching and education, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
We are looking for a Behaviour Mentor with in-depth knowledge of ASD, and experience supporting individuals with SEN. The position is to support a child in Year 4. The child requires full-time 1:1 support, has autism and communication needs. The school is looking for someone who can be resilient and independent in managing the child, and pro-active in finding different ways to build a good working relationship with the child.
We are looking for an Early Years Teaching Assistant to work in a large, successful and welcoming primary school Manchester. The school offers exceptional care for the children, and an innovative approach to education. The position is to begin after half term on Monday 7th June, is full-time and is an ongoing position to the end of summer term in July 2021. The role is a general position to provide support for the children in all areas, including leading small groups for learning activities, making and recording observations, making resources, supporting the children with creative activities, supervising outdoor play, and engaging with the children to model and teach excellent communication skills.
Do you have experience supporting children with SEN on a 1:1 basis? I am working with a large primary school in Manchester that is looking for specialised support for a child in Y3. The child requires consistent support from a patient TA experienced in working with children with speech and language difficulties. The child is based in their mainstream classroom but requires additional support to access the curriculum, and help them engage in a range of tailored activities to aid their progress.
Newly Qualified Primary Teacher - North Manchester. - September 2021. Are you a Newly Qualified Primary Teacher to looking to secure a long-term role to complete your NQT year in a ''GOOD'' School in North Manchester? Would you like to work in an excellent school with a strong senior leadership team who progress and develop your teaching career?
Day to Day-Primary Supply Teacher - Manchester. Start Date: May 2021 Are you a creative Primary Teacher to looking for a new challenge? Are you looking for flexible working hours and being your own ''Boss?'' Have you left Education in the past but looking to ease your way back into Teaching?
2 x SEN Teaching Assistant We are looking to appoint two experienced and highly motivated SEND teaching assistants. We are looking for people with knowledge and experience of a range of Special Educational, Behavioural and Disability Needs with particular knowledge and experience with Autism. Located in Manchester (M11) this 'good' primary school is accessible by good transport links and close to Central Manchester and the Tameside borough. The role will predominantly working with a Year 2 and Year 4 pupil.
We are currently looking to recruit 1:1 Dyslexia Tutors to work with University Students across the UK. The role of the tutor is to work with students on a 1:1 basis to help develop strategies in their learning to improve the quality of their work, organisation and memory skills. You will work with your students each week focusing on some of the below areas: Spelling & grammar Time management Exam preparation Assignment planning Research techniques Comprehension confidence Additional Attributes: Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Exemplary organisation and time management Previous experience of working with students with specific learning difficulties (SpLD) Passion for supporting students to achieve their goals As this is a professional role, there is a strict criteria that ALL candidates must adhere to: Any candidate who is interested in this role must hold a DBS on the update service and have a Professional Body Membership at one of the following organisations:· The Association of Dyslexia Specialists in Higher Education (ADSHE) British Dyslexia Association (BDA) Dyslexia Guild Professional Association for Teachers and Assessors (PATOSS) If you are interested in this role then please apply now.
Are you an experienced Teaching Assistant who has supported children with SEN on a 1:1 basis? I am working with a large, vibrant primary school in Manchester that requires a patient, sensitive Teaching Assistant to support a child in Lower Key Stage 2. The child is based full-time in their mainstream classroom, but requires help to engage with their learning activities. The Teaching Assistant needs to have a calm, patient approach, and be able to provide plenty of encouragement and appropriate questioning to help the child interact and develop their communication skills, vocabulary and confidence in expressing themselves.
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