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SEN TEACHING ASSISTANTS REQUIRED  We are the UK's leading education recruitment agency and we are looking for Learning Support Assistants for a autism school in central Nottingham. The school has places for 94 full time students  aged between 3and 19 years old.  The site is purpose built which is structured into lower, middle and upper schools to provide age appropriate education across the foundation stage, key stages 1,2,3,4 and post 16. They provide extremely well equipped sensory rooms, extensive training facilities, break-out teaching pods and specialised teaching areas.

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Support Assistant - MAKING A DIFFERENCE EVERYDAY THROUGH STAFFING, TUTORING AND SUPPLY We are seeking committed and hard-working support staff to be placed in schools in the Nottingham area. The school is a friendly SEN provision for students in KS3 and KS4 who are unable to access mainstream education due to Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs and autism. You will be working in the classroom alongside the Class Teacher and other Support Staff, supporting students' wellbeing and encouraging them to engage in their learning. Successful candidates will: Come from a background in education or a related area such as youth coaching, care/support work, and any roles that involve working with children and/or young people.

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Graduate opportunity - SEN Teaching Assistant  Schools within Nottingham are looking to appoint Graduates as Teaching Assistants for immediate starts, and from the start of the 22/23 academic year. To be considered for this position, you will need to be a recent graduate and have genuine long-term ambitions of becoming a teacher or be within an alternative educational position. As a Graduate Teaching Assistant, you will be responsible for: • Working with students with various individual needs, both within a group setting and on a 1:1 intervention basis. • Working within your subject specialism, producing resources that have been efficiently differentiated.

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SEN BEHAVIOUR SPECIALIST TEACHING ASSISTANTS REQUIRED We are the UK's leading education recruitment agency, and we are looking for Learning Support Assistants for Primary and Secondary SEND schools in Shirebrook, Nottingham. The school has places for 150 full time students (increasing to 165 students in 2021-22) aged between 5 and 19 years old. The site includes excellent facilities to support the personal care of students as well as a hydrotherapy room, sensory rooms, modern dining areas and extensive outdoor play facilities. The school is very welcoming and has individuals with multiple learning disabilities, experience with behaviour would be ideal, however other experience is also taken into consideration This is a fantastic opportunity for work.

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Support Assistant - MAKING A DIFFERENCE EVERYDAY THROUGH STAFFING, TUTORING AND SUPPLY Do you play sport? Love working with young individuals and want to have a positive influence on development? We are seeking committed and hard-working support staff to be placed in schools in the Nottingham area. The school is a friendly SEN provision for students in KS3 and KS4 who are unable to access mainstream education due to Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs and autism.

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Are you looking for a new and exciting challenge? Do you have experience working with children with behavioural needs? We are looking for a highly experienced Behaviour Support Teaching Assistant to start work on a full-time basis ASAP, working in welcoming and friendly Primary School in NG8.  Benefits: • Excellent weekly pay, paid into your account every Friday • Ongoing support throughout your placement and beyond • Online candidate lounge where you can manage your timesheets and availability • Opportunities for professional development • Recommend a friend incentive scheme earning up to £250 per person Role: • Providing behaviour support to students and acting as a role model for them • Supporting during lessons, following instructions from the teaching staff and SENCO • Delivering targeted interventions to groups of students about positive and appropriate behaviour • Building a strong rapport with students and offering them continued and consistent support If you think you would be suitable for this role, please apply now.

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