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Working in partnership with an established school in Bradford, Teaching Personnel are seeking a pro-active and experienced behaviour support worker to work alongside a team helping to inspire pupils to take pride in their working behaviour and practices.  The ideal candidate for this role will have relevant experience working with challenging behaviours as you may have to adapt quickly to a range of pupil's individual needs and be resilient when providing support. As a behaviour support worker, you will: -          show resilience in managing difficult behaviours and driving positive outcomes -          have the ability to engage children at different abilities in their learning -          possess a calming and friendly manor, responding sensitively to children's needs -          be proactive in supporting the social and emotional welfare of children -          be an effective communicator as part of a team and developing an open and honest relationship with the children -          recognise barriers to learning and motivate the children to bridge gaps in their learning Those with training or experience using Positive Handling Strategies (e.g.


Teaching Personnel are seeking to appoint a Special Educational Needs (SEN) Teaching Assistant to work at a local school in the Bradford BD4 area. The school prides itself on its professional and high-standard delivery of learning to pupils with SEN. Teaching is delivered on a one-to-one or small group basis with an emphasis on respecting individuality and motivating pupils to be expressive in a respectable manner. The ideal candidate for this role will have experience working with pupils with SEN as you may have to adapt quickly to individual pupil's needs and provide strong support in what can sometimes be a challenging environment.


Teaching Personnel is seeking to appoint an EAL Teaching Assistant for a secondary school in the Bradford area that prides itself on its rich and diverse community. The school needs a confident EAL Teaching Assistant to assist the delivery of education to pupils where language serves as a barrier to their learning. Experience in a variety of languages would be advantageous, however, specialists in one language area are welcome to apply. The ideal candidate will benefit from a rewarding role to gain new experience and teaching methods in facilitating the education of pupils who do not speak English as their first language.


Behaviour Support Worker KS3 – KS4 SEMH Bradford  Pay £70 - £75 per day Salary is dependent on experience, training or qualifications. The minimum experience, training or qualifications required for this position are 6 months minimum experience working with Children with Mental Health issues from deprived backgrounds with challenging behaviour. This is a temporary to permanent position meaning that you would spend the first 12 weeks on supply and then be offered a permanent contract after that. The role  The responsibilities of a Behaviour Support Worker at this school are as follows: supporting the class teacher to deliver work in accordance with the national curriculum, supporting the class teacher to manage behaviour, supporting pupils on a one to one basis with work, contributing to record keeping, liaising with parents and multidisciplinary teams and attending school trips/outings.

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