ASD Teaching Assistant required for a school in Southampton Helping pupils access the curriculum through dedicated support in 1:1 or small groups Play a pivotal part in raising attainment throughout school Join a hardworking and dedicated team of practitioners A mainstream primary school are looking for a friendly dedicated ASD Teaching Assistant who can support their pupils, working potentially 1:1 and in small groups. You will be responsible for engaging between working with small mixed ability groups of KS1/KS2 children and supporting the classroom teacher. This role involves helping children improve their literacy, numeracy & phonics as well as planning fun extra-curricular activities and charting their progress. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate to join this school.
Are you a graduate or about to graduate from university? Are you interested in a teaching career? Or, would you like to gain valuable classroom experience before deciding whether to do a PGCE? If you have answered 'YES' to any of these questions, then Timeplan Education have the right opportunity for you!
Provide Education are looking to recruit for Special Educational Needs (SEN) Teaching Assistant (TA) for a Primary School based within the heart of Barnsley, South Yorkshire. This opportunity comes with working in a wonderful primary school environment where staff are extremely friendly and welcoming. There has been an opening for a role for a pupil going in to Year 1, this September 2020 as the child now has an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP) and therefore a 1:1 support assistant is required to support them. We are looking for a SEN TA who has previous experience with Autism (ASC) and/or has a sound understanding of the complexities around ASC.
Job Title: Bank Support Worker - Adult Services Salary: £10.50 per hour Location: Acorn Park School, Norfolk Hours: Bank Position Contract: Bank Position About the Adult Service Acorn Park is a Special Educational Needs (SEN) School and Residential Home within the Acorn Care and Education and NFA Group, the UK's Largest, Independent Children's services group. The School and Homes are within a private, 30 acre estate situated within Norfolk's picturesque and tranquil countryside, close to the town of Banham. The aim of the site is to provide enough support to unlock each adult's potential so they can live fulfilling and productive lives.
Prospero Teaching are looking for a History Teacher for a supply assignment starting in September on a full time basis. Acting as a work-finding service, we provide supply cover to a range of Primary, Secondary and SEND Schools; from small village schools to large secondary schools. We are looking for Teachers to cover all classes from Reception through to KS5 and who have strong behaviour management skills and are passionate about teaching. Prospero Teaching work with both newly qualified teachers and experienced teachers by helping you find your next position.
Recruitment 4 Education is currently recruiting for an SEN school in Birmingham that caters for children with autism (ASD) and severe learning difficulties (SLD). This school provides quality education for children with special educational needs and is looking for a focused and skilled teacher to provide a high standard of learning for students in the school. The position will start in September 2020. Requirements • Qualified Teacher Status • Previous experience of teaching students with special educational needs (ASD/SLD) • Knowledgeable of the UK curriculum • Skilfully able to plan effective lessons and differentiate based on each child's individual needs • Aware of the procedure with regards to safeguarding in a school environment • Reliable & punctual • Ability to risk assess and follow instructions • Ability to develop a rapport with SEN individuals • Playful, patient and calm with a desire to get the best out of individuals with SEN.
Support Workers required Are you a Support Worker who has experience of working with learning difficulties or similar? You would be working in the capacity of a support worker within residential learning difficulties. You will be required to work with individuals to build positive relationships and help with independent living. Hours - NO NIGHT SHIFTS, SCHOOL HOURS AVAILABLE Requirements * Level 3 Health and Social Care qualification (or working towards it) * Previous experience in a care setting, supporting people with learning difficulties and complex health needs * Knowledge of communication strategies for non verbal learners; experience working with a variety of communication methods including PECs, objects of reference and basic signed communication * Good written and verbal communication skills, ability to write and maintain reports and children / young people notes and communicate effectively with staff/managers To be eligible for this role through Prospero Teaching, you must: * Hold right to work in the UK * Hold an enhanced DBS certificate checked against Children & Adults on the update service or be willing to process a new application * Provide two professional references Other - If you would like to be considered for this role, please apply with a copy of your up to date CV.
Support Workers required - Residential Care Children Are you a Residential Support Worker who has experience of working with children or those with special needs? You would be working in the capacity of a support worker within residential care for children with special needs. You will be required to work with individuals to build positive relationships and help with independant living. Hours The roles operate on a rotating combination shift pattern as below: - Early shifts between 7.
One of our key Local Authority clients are looking for a tutor to support a Looked After pupil who is in Year 6 and based in the NG13 area, every morning from 9.30 - 12am. Initially we will be looking for tutors to offer online teaching whilst the lockdown restrictions are still in place, with a view to moving out to the residential home where the pupil resides once restrictions are lifted. The student is extremely disaffected and vulnerable, having suffered from domestic abuse, neglect and other trauma inducing circumstances including close family bereavement, parental drug and alcohol misuse and aggressive behaviour The student can display some challenging behaviour towards his peers and has previously been excluded from mainstream school.
The Education Specialists (TES) are committed to promoting social inclusion for all students. Due to an increase in demand, we are recruiting for 1:1 Tutors to support students and young people who face challenges in accessing mainstream education. We need Secondary Maths, English and Science teachers to support children within Liverpool, Runcorn and Wirral areas. This role is flexible but would ideally suit someone looking to work between 10 to 30 hours a week.
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