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Are you passionate about working with children? Would you like to work as a teaching assistant in one of Derby's leading schools. We are delighted to be working with one of our partner schools based in the DE24 area. The school is part of a successful academy trust and has fantastic facilities & surroundings The school are looking to appoint someone who: Is a competent teaching assistant with at least one years experience Has an understanding of supporting pupils on a 1:1 basis Can be an excellent team player with fantastic communication skills Is capable of leading small group interventions and supporting children 1:1 Will be reliable and a friendly face to the children and staff Is dedicated to working with children and raising attainment The main duties of this role are: Working within KS1 supporting SEND in the mornings Providing 1:1 support to pupils with EAL, ASD, SEMH and MLD Leading small group interventions with children working below age expected levels Liaising with the class teachers around progress of the children What Can We Offer?

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Are you passionate about working with children? Would you like to work as a teaching assistant & sports coach in one of Nottingham's leading schools. We are delighted to be working with one of our partner schools based in the DE21 area. The school is part of a successful academy trust and has fantastic facilities & surroundings The school are looking to appoint someone who: Has worked in primary schools for at least one year Has an understanding of supporting pupils on a 1:1 basis Can confidently lead sporting activities Can be an excellent team player with fantastic communication skills Is capable of leading small group interventions and supporting children 1:1 Will be reliable and a friendly face to the children and staff Is dedicated to working with children and raising attainment The main duties of this role are: Working within KS1 supporting SEND in the mornings Supporting KS2 children who struggle to engage in class Delivering interventions through the use of sports Providing 1:1 support to pupils with EAL, ASD, SEMH and MLD Asssiting with the delivery of PE across the school Leading small group interventions with children working below age expected levels Liaising with the class teachers around progress of the children What can we Offer?

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Derby Job Title: Behaviour Support Teaching Assistant Location: Derby Weekly Pay: £345 - £375 (Take Home Pay) Hours of Work: 8:30am - 3:30pm / 35 hours per week (term-time only) Start Date: ASAP Responsible to: Inclusion Manager, SENDCo & Assistant Head Teacher Post Objective: To provide behavioural support to promote individual students' progress. Role Information Classroom Support: Under the direction of the Inclusion Manager, work with individuals and small groups of students within a classroom situation to ensure each child has the maximum access to all learning activities. In liaison with teaching staff, plan, prepare and deliver the support needed, developing strategies to achieving positive behavioural outcomes. Support teaching staff with appropriate strategies when dealing with challenging behaviour.

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Higher-Level Teaching Assistant A high achieving Secondary School, which has an excellent reputation for both progress and achievement, is seeking a Higher-Level Teaching Assistant. The school, which has an excellent provision for both Mainstream & SEND students, is requiring an addition to the SEND team to work with pupils displaying a variety of complex needs and disabilities across both Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. The school requires an experienced and committed candidate, who has a background of working with students with complex needs and behavioural difficulties. Additionally, experience with ADHD, ASD and SEMH would be favourable.

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Teaching Assistant | EYFS | Full Time - Derby Are you a EYFS Teaching Assistant seeking your next challenge? Would you enjoy working in an outstanding rated school? We are delighted to be working alongside one of our partner schools in the Derby area (DE21) who are looking to appoint a EYFS teaching assistant to work as a class teacher. Initially, this role will be full time (5 days per week) Teaching the national curriculum across KS1 Adapting to working in different classes Working cohesively as part of a successful team Following the school's behaviour and reward policies to encourage positive interaction Good understanding of delivery phonics Work well alongside other TAs and other class teachers Be responsible for adapting lesson plans Salary: £17000-£19000 annum Pay: £325 - £350 per week (Take Home Pay) The right candidate will: Has at least one year's EYFS experience Can differentiate planning to meet a range of needs Build excellent relationships with pupils, colleagues, and parents To apply for the role, please send across your CV via the application page.

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Do you have experience in supporitng pupils with SEN? Are you confident in working with children who present with autism and challenging behaviours? We are currently looking for a full time teaching assistant to help support children who present with special educational needs. The school is a mainstream school and located around a 10 minute drive from Derby city centre.

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