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Teaching Assistant - Redcar We are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant on behalf of a Redcar based special needs provision to start ASAP. Due to changes within the classroom, the client requires a Teaching Assistant capable of working one to one with pupils and supporting the Teacher through the day to day running of the classroom. The ideal candidate will have experience of working with Children or Adults with SEND and be both confident and comfortable with working one to one with pupils who require that level of support. Successful candidates will come from Education, Healthcare, Sports Coaching or Youth work backgrounds.

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We are working in partnership with a special needs School in Welburn, North Yorkshire to find teaching assistants who have a background in sport/PE. The role is due to start ASAP in November 2021 subject to interview and clearance checks. The role will involve you working across multiple key stages from KS1 to KS4. A successful candidate will be tasked with supporting the pupils in the classroom but also with extra-curricular activities including PE and the Duke of Edinburgh award.

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Are you a hard worker and resilient to a challenge? Have you had experience with SEN, whether that be a personal relationship or through a school setting? We are working with a special needs school based in the High Wycombe area who are looking for Teaching Assistants who are available full-time, Monday-Friday with working hours of 8:30am-3:30pm - who are ready to start ASAP! This school works with students between the age of (age 3 – 19) with PMLD, Speech, Language and Communication Needs as well as Complex ASD.

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We are looking for a primary teacher who is interested in working in SEND school with children with special needs such as autism (ASD) and speech and language difficulties. As a SEND teacher you will be teaching students a variety of subject that include; numeracy, literacy, and sensory integration. Class sizes range from 6 to 8 students per class with a number of support staff assisting both students and the teacher. The school is to cover a teacher going on maternity in January however the school are open to a earlier start date if the right candidate is available.

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We are currently seeking an experienced special needs teacher to provide one to one tutoring to an ASD student living in the borough of Kingston. This is a unique role as you will be required to work outside of a school setting and will have to liaise with the students' parents, speech and language therapist and care workers. This student has a severe level of ASD and is non-verbal and will require a teacher who has the knowledge and experience of working with this level of autism. A primary trained teacher would be favourable as the student is working at a reception level and would benefit from the early key stage teaching.

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ASD Professionals Position: Learning Support Assistants Hours: 9 - 4 pm, 9 - 3.30 pm on Fridays (early weekend finish) Location: Radlett, Hertfordshire Passionate, Professional and Proactive LSA's needed for a SLD and ASD school in St Albans/Radlett area. Are you an experienced Learning Support Assistant with strong knowledge of Autism and Challenging Behaviours? This special school in Hertfordshire educates students aged 2 - 19 with ASD, SEMH, SLD and challenging behaviours.

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Primary Tutor - MUST have QTS SEND School, Bristol Pay: £18.00 per hour Roles to commence in January 2022  We are looking to recruit qualified subject specialist teachers to work as Tutors, providing 1:3 sessions face-to-face at one of our SEND schools, for pupils whose education has been most affected by school closures during the pandemic.  The role:  We are looking for qualified subject specialist teachers to deliver face to face tuition to KS1 and KS2 pupils on behalf of a SEND school based in Bristol. This is a lovely little school that caters to children with autism.

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