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Teaching Personnel are seeking to appoint an ASC Teaching Assistant to work at an Ofsted rated ‘Good' secondary school in Bradford. The successful candidate will work alongside staff to provide outstanding support that caters to pupil's needs. This school prides itself on creating a caring and safe environment for pupils who have a wide range of Special Educational Needs. This can be a challenging but rewarding role, so the ideal candidate will be nurturing and resilient with a passion for helping those with SEND.

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Protocol Education are looking to recruit an experienced behaviour support worker for a 1-2-1 assignment at an alternative provision in Bradford. The role will involve supporting a 15 year old boy who has been outside of education for an extended time. The young person has Social, Emotional and Behavioural needs as well as other undiagnosed needs. Working alongside a small team of staff, the BSW will be assigned to offer support and encouragement to enable the young person to engage with various vocational and workshop based activities provided by the provision.

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Teaching Personnel are seeking to appoint a Behaviour Support Worker for a Pupil Referral Unit in the Bradford BD4 area. The successful candidate will work alongside a committed team to inspire and encourage pupils to take responsibility and engage in their learning. You will also have to adapt quickly to implemented processes designed to help pupils reach their full potential while embodying the ethos and culture of the team. As a behaviour support worker, you must: -          Have a DBS on the Update Service or be willing to get one through Teaching Personnel -          Have experience supporting children or young people that display challenging behaviours -          Be able to encourage children to become responsive in their learning -          Be a strong communicator and show resilience when supporting pupils -          Create a safe environment where pupils can learn and take pride in their behaviour -          Recognise each pupil's individuality and adjust your support according to the needs of each pupil This role is well suited to a committed candidate with relevant experience as this can be a challenging environment to work in.

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Teaching Personnel are seeking to appoint an ASC Teaching Assistant to work at an Ofsted ‘Outstanding' secondary school in the BD16 area. The successful candidate will work alongside staff to move forward on their mission to provide pupils with high-standard and engaging learning. This role may also offer further training and experience and provides a thriving environment for those passionate about delivering learning to pupils with special educational needs. As an ASC Teaching Assistant, you must: -          Have experience working with SEN children -          Be resilient when providing support in challenging environments -          Confidently work alongside staff and SENCO to understand the needs of pupils -          Have the ability to engage pupils in their learning -          Possess a calming and friendly manor to build relationships with pupils and staff -          Work proactively to respond to pupils needs -          Be able to embody the ethos of the school and work to their high standards -          Be proactive in offering support and practical help If this role sounds well suited to your skills and experience, please apply below or contact Leah at leah.

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My work force partners are Bradford based Secondary schools, in the BD3 area and together we are looking for Cover Supervisors to help us through this sickness season. With a large cohort of over 4000 students and a number of schools, the role of a Cover Supervisor is always very important. The ideal Cover Supervisors will share the values and ethos of the school community, with a passion for quality teaching and a love of learning. It is important that the suitable candidates are able to create a happy, safe learning environment with the confidence and ability to develop confident and self-assured learners.

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Learning Support Assistant in Bradford, opportunity to work as a Learning Support Assistant in a modern and well facilitated Bradford Academy Pupil Referal School. Required at our client Pupil Referal Unit in North Bradford, experienced and qualified learning support assistant to support students from varying backgrounds including those from LAC, ‘At Risk' and vulnerable groups, ensuring they are able to fully access education during their time at the specialist unit. - Full time position working as a learning support assistant at a Bradford Academy Pupil Referal Unit - Provide additional support to students who need strong role models - Earn £70 - £85 per day as a YLearning Support Assistant Our client school is a large modern pupil referal unit on the outskirts of the City centre in North Bradford, a short drive from the city with solid public transport links. The unit was recently formed due to the pressures on local secondary schools with the influx of pupils on EHCPs due to SEMH needs.

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Pastoral Teaching Assistant An alternative Provision in Bradford are seeking a full-time Pastoral Teaching Assistant this term. Our client is a co-educational school catering for a total of 80 pupils of secondary school age (11 to 19) who have Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs. The provision are seeking Pastoral Support and require a Teaching Assistant to provide a service that gives help and support to students as well as providing information, advice and guidance. The successful applicant will work in close partnership with teachers, parents/carers and other specialist agencies.

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Teaching Personnel are seeking an experienced SEN Teacher for a full-time role at a special school in Bradford. The school specialises in Communication and Interaction needs which includes Autism and Speech, Language and Communication Needs. It is therefore essential that you have previous experience of delivering lessons for young people with additional needs. There are currently 150 pupils on roll aged 3-19 and all pupils have an Education, Health and Care Plan.

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Are you experienced in providing Complex Care to children and young people? Are you passionate about supporting the development of young people with additional needs? Are you available on a part-time basis (minimum 3 days a week?)           Teaching Personnel are seeking experienced Support Workers to work with pupils with complex Special Educational Needs across a cluster of special schools in Bradford.

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