Are you a Psychology/Counselling graduate? Are you looking to put the knowledge you have gained into practice? Do you have a passion for rehabilitating disadvantaged young people? Teaching Personnel are looking for an equally resilient and compassionate candidate to work as a Behavioural Support Assistant at school housing young offenders.
High aspirations? Looking for an exciting new challenge? Ready to make a real difference? Teaching Personnel are seeking to recruit an outstanding SEMH/ASC teacher for an outstanding school in the New Forest to join their unified teaching team in January.
KEY PURPOSE OF THE ROLE To support the academic, social and emotional development of children, and provide them with opportunities to make improvements in their learning, behaviour and social skills. KEY TASKS Establish supportive and positive relationships with children across the school, promoting respect, self-esteem and a positive, inclusive whole school ethos; Promote, encourage and reinforce children's self-esteem in line with the school Behaviour Policy; Take a leading role in aspects of planning, preparation and delivery of specific aspects of the curriculum; Support teachers in designing and delivering the curriculum, including help with planning group and individual work programmes (i.e. Individual Education Plans) and reviewing work activities; Contribute to assessment and record keeping; Supervise children to ensure standards of work and behaviour are maintained; Support the schools' aims, values and policies.
Teaching Personnel Ltd are currently recruiting for a specialist SEMH Teacher to work within a brand-new primary provision, leading and teaching the Year 6 curriculum. This role will be to start in January as this is when the provision is due to open. The role will be to teach the UK Primary National Curriculum to SEMH children who have been struggling in a mainstream environment. There will be 2 Learning Support Assistants in the class with you and there are only 6-8 children in the class.
Are you a qualified Nursery Nurse or Teaching Assistant looking for work? Do you have experience supporting children with Special Educational Needs? Teaching Personnel are working in partnership with Special Needs Schools and Nurseries in Central Manchester and Oldham who cater for children aged 3-6 with a range of special educational needs. We have a variety of work available for nursery nurses, qualified teaching assistants and candidates who have experience working with Early Years and Special Needs.
Have you recently completed a Psychology degree? Are you looking for an ideal opportunity to work with mental health in a classroom? Are you passionate about supporting children with Special Educational Needs? Teaching Personnel are recruiting for an ambitious and driven individual to fill the position of Psychology Assistant at one of our partner schools in the Stockport area.
Teaching Personnel are looking for Teachers of all backgrounds who are interested in broadening their work opportunities! As the Nation's leading agency, we work across 3 education sectors including Primary, Secondary and Special Educational Needs and with Easter fast approaching we're expecting an influx of long term cover roles and permanent positions becoming available from a range of our client schools! We're eager to hear from Fully Qualified Teachers, Newly Qualified Teachers, Further Education Teachers, Cover Supervisors and Tutors with all types of specialism, who are looking to register for supply or are interested in finding about upcoming opportunities. If you're not qualified but are looking to build school based experience as a Teaching Assistant or Support Worker, we'd love to hear from you too as we have a plethora of day to day, short term and long term contracts available!
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