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Do you have experience SEN Teaching or Tuition experience? We are looking for an enthusiastic English and Reading Tutor for a brilliant SEMH School ASAP. We have built a solid partnership with a multitude of education settings and LEA's throughout South Yorkshire. Working with these education settings is a real passion of ours and we want the tutors to match this passion.

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SEND Teaching Assistants required ! Are you looking for your next role in education? We are delighted to be working alongside one of our partner schools in the North Yorkshire area who are looking to add a Teacher to their team to work alongside their pupils who present with special educational needs. The role will be full time (Mon-Fri) and will be contracted until the end of July 2022 with a view to go permanent.

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We work closely with a fantastic secondary school based in Sheffield who are seeking an enthusiastic Teaching Assistant to join them. This role is for a full time, on-going position, starting ASAP. The successful candidate will be able to provide exceptional support to students and demonstrate good behaviour and classroom assistance/management. Contracts/Positions Details Sheffield Position- Teaching Assistant Type of work- Full Time, Long Term Start Date- ASAP Hours- 8:30AM- 3:30PM Your responsibilities will include; Classroom support - activities, organisation, engagement, behaviour, emotional support Working with children on a one-to-one basis or in small groups Support in therapy sessions Break/Lunch time supervision Keeping progress reports Experience, Training and Qualifications Teaching Assistant qualification (preferable but not essential) Previous experience working in a UK School Experience working with children in education or in a similar setting Up-to-date Safeguarding training issued in the last year (desirable however not essential) To be Eligible for this role, you must: Hold Right to Work in the UK Hold an enhanced child barred list DBS certificate registered with the online update service or be willing to process a new application Provide two professional child related references Other We are acting as an employment business in relation to this vacancy.

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SEND Teachers required Are you looking for your next role in education? We are delighted to be working alongside one of our partner schools in the Nottinghamshire area who are looking to add a Creative Arts Teacher to their team to work alongside their pupils who present with special educational and behavioural needs. The role will be full time (Mon-Fri) and will be contracted until the end of July 2022 with a view to go permanent The school require someone who: Holds at least one year's experience of working within a school Holds a teaching qualification or relevant degree Must understand SEN including Autism Will be able to quickly build relationships with children and staff Is available to work from May 2022 Has a valid and up to date DBS The main duties within the role will be: Delivering differentiated lessons using a holistic approach Engage SEN pupils in lessons Supporting children with reading, writing and phonics Liaising with parents and multi agencies Applications will only be accepted if you meet the above criteria.

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We are looking for enthusiastic staff who have a passion for working with young people and would like to develop and nurture their life experiences. To be considered or this role you will NEED: * ESSENTIAL - At least 6 months paid or 1 years volunteering experience of working with young people with mental health issues and complex needs * DESIRABLE - QCF Level 2/3 Children & Young People / Health and Social Care * DESIRABLE - A full driver's licence * DESIRABLE - Full, enhanced DBS registered on the online update service Your roles will involve taking young people out into the community for activities and partaking in educational, learning based fun. This role will include supporting individuals ranging from 16 up to 21 years of age. You will be working with a variety of young people from various backgrounds and including: Learning disabilities, emotional and behavioural issues, CSE Issues, people who self-harm, young offenders and those with substance misuse and detachment disorders.

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