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Vision For Education are seeking to appoint an enthusiastic and dedicated ASC Teacher, to deliver the SEND curriculum to students with a diagnosis of Autism. There are opportunities in several in SEND school settings across Greater Manchester for people seeking short-term, long-term, permanent positions. The role The desired ASC Teacher will be working with small classes of pupils, working with smaller class sizes means that you will be able to focus on creating a learning experience that provides students the opportunity to achieve their full potential. in a learning environment that meets the individual needs of the pupils.


Do you want to support children's mental health? Are looking looking for a challenging new role working with children with SEN? Teaching Personnel are recruiting for a Mental Health Support Worker for a school in the Manchester area. Children have found it difficult settling back into school after the disruption caused by lockdowns and require support integrating themselves back into their curriculum.


We are currently recruiting for an Alternative Provision Teacher who is looking for a full-time teaching role. It is essential that you have effective behaviour management skills and be passionate about working with young people, particularly those who have become disengaged. The role The Alternative Provision Teacher role requires someone who has the ability to teach multiple subjects at KS3 level, and also ideally at lower ability KS4 level. You will be working with small classes of students who have identified needs and EHCP's, ideally combining a secondary-age focus with a primary-age nurturing ability.


Vision for Education is looking to appoint a LAC Teaching Assistant (TA) 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 LAC Teaching Assistant will focus on delivering 1:1 support to a designated Looked After Child (LAC) within the classroom and in 1:1 sessions for the duration of the position, whilst also providing general classroom support if required. The roles are based across mainstream primary and secondary schools who are looking for a committed and successful LAC Teaching Assistant to join their motivated team. The Designated Teachers for LAC in the schools are highly supportive, and parental/carer involvement is very positive.

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