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Special Needs Teaching Assistant  Intervention experience required Immediate Start Nursery to Year 2 Role Temporary/Permanent We are excited to work with a vibrant and inclusive school based in Manchester. The school is seeking ambitious and driven professionals, who are willing to support them in driving forward our school aims to ensure that every child reaches their full potential. The applicant needs to be committed to ensuring the highest standards in children's education by working as part of a highly effective team to ensure that all pupils make good progress and achieve well in all areas of communication, phonics and reading. Successful applicants must be: Willing and able to work alongside a range children, some of whom may have Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND).


Are you a Psychology Graduate who has experience of working with children? If so, you can gain paid work in special needs Schools across Greater Manchester supporting pupils with learning disabilities, additional learning needs, or social, emotional and mental health needs. This can either be full or part-time dependent on your circumstances. The role The desired Psychology Graduate would be working in the capacity of a Teaching Assistant, providing vital support to both teachers and pupils.


We are seeking an NQT Special Needs (SEN) Teacher to work in long term and permanent roles in special needs school settings across Greater Manchester. Each year we receive hundreds of teaching roles highly suited to Newly Qualified Teachers and we are very experienced in securing NQT positions. These roles are often 1-year contracts, or permanent posts, with the ability to complete the NQT Induction year. The role We are looking to hear from a passionate and determined NQT Special Needs (SEN) Teacher looking to start their career in teaching.


Year 4 Teaching Assistant Manchester Commencement date: November 2021 If you have the following qualities, we would be happy to hear from you: Professionalism, adaptability and a hard-working attitude The ability to engage well with colleagues, children and their parents Adaptability, creativeness and a willingness to help wherever possible The Role Your main responsibility as a KS2 Teaching Assistant will be to support the class Teacher with the day to day running's of the classroom. You will provide general support to groups of children in Year 4 who requires extra support in literacy and numeracy. You will also potentially be working with SEN pupils.  The school serves a multi-cultural community and are proud to have a committed and talented team of staff and governors.


Role: 1:1 Support Worker  Start Date: As soon as possible Pay Range: £23,406-£24,693 pro-rata (Salary is dependent on experience, training, or qualifications) Contract: Fixed Term We bring an exciting opportunity for SEN Teaching Assistants in Manchester. If you are an SEN TA who would like to work in an inclusive and friendly school and provide 1:1 support to young children, this is the right job for you! About the school: The school is a well-known institution in Manchester. The institution accepts students from a wide range of backgrounds.


We are working with several special needs schools who are looking for enthusiastic teaching assistants with experience of SEN, to support their young people. If you are a Special Needs Teaching Assistant with the desire to work with students with complex needs or physical disabilities, then we have full-time positions available. The role The work has a dual educational and care element. Highly skilled and rewarding, a special needs teaching assistant role will also involve assisting young people with feeding and personal care.


Do you have a background in Creative Arts? Are you interested in gaining experience of working with children? We are looking for people who have experience in any of the following; Drama, Dance, Art, Music or Media to take the skills and knowledge that you have and work in a setting where you use them supporting children in a school environment. The role You would be working in the capacity of a Creative Arts Teaching Assistant, providing vital support to both teachers and pupils.


We require a passionate and enthusiastic Learning Support Assistant to work in special needs schools in the Manchester area. We have full and part-time opportunities for people who have a desire to support young people who have barriers to learning. The role As a Learning Support Assistant you will have a caring and patient manner, and be expected to meet the needs of pupils with Autism, Moderate Learning Difficulties, and other associated needs including Social, Emotional and Mental Health. You will be working with children on a 1:1 basis and so the ability to build positive relationships is required.


We are currently recruiting for the role of a Primary PRU Teacher to work in a Pupil Referral Unit setting on Manchester. Knowledge of the Primary curriculum and either experience of, or a desire to work with children with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs is essential. The role As a Primary PRU Teacher it is essential that you can support children with challenging behaviour as you will be working in an environment that believes in nurturing children to achieve their full potential both socially and academically. The school The schools have small class sizes with a teacher and a TA in each class.


We are looking to appoint a Learning Mentor to join our successful supply team and work in local schools in Manchester supporting Looked After Children (LAC). The role Working as part of a dynamic and creative SEND team, the successful Learning Mentor will be responsible for the educational and social development of a cohort of Looked After Children under their supervision. This diverse role needs a patient, calm and empathetic person, who also has the ability to engage young people and motivate them to achieve. The successful Learning Mentor will be responsible for the educational development of a cohort of LAC and students with an EHCP (Key Stage 1 – Key Stage 4) under your supervision within Manchester.

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