We are looking for an intellectual Educational Health Care Plan Writer in Barnsley to start on the 11th July 2022. CONTRACT/POSITION DETAILS Location - Barnsley Position - Educational Health Care Plan Writer Start date - 11th July 2022 Duration / Likely Duration - Ongoing Full time/part time - Full Time Minimum rate of pay - Minimum rate £100 per day Hours - 9:00am - 5:00pm Hybrid Working - 2 days in the office and 3 days working from home EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS You will need to be able to evidence your experience in carrying out needs-led integrated assessments for ages for children and young people aged 0-19, collaboratively working with service users, and other professionals. QTS - desirable Excellent IT and organisational skills Be able to prioritise your own workload and also meet statutory timescales. Knowledge and experience in planning and facilitating person centred multi-agency meetings Ability to demonstrate your ability to construct and develop EHC Plans from approved assessments, to meet the needs of children and young people and help them to achieve outcomes.
We are looking to recruit SEN Teaching Assistants to work with one of their fantastic teams in an alternative provision based in Barnsley. The school provides a quality education and curriculum to children with SEMH. Inclusion Support Workers fulfil an important role at the school, helping to build a secure and happy school atmosphere and supporting pupils to learn effectively. The setting is an extremely special place to work.
Are you an experienced residential worker looking for a new challenge or looking for an additional income alongside your regular work? We are recruiting agency members of staff to work with a client we support in the West Yorkshire area supporting adults with learning disabilities and mental health.
Cover Supervisor - Barnsley - September Start Are you confident in managing a classroom and have previous suitable experience working with and supporting/supervising students? We are looking for a Cover Supervisor to work in our secondary school in Barnsley from September. Cover supervisors are suitably-trained school staff who supervise pupils carrying out pre-prepared exercises when teaching staff that are on short-term absence. The cover supervisor's main job is to manage a classroom, ensuring that students are safe and remain on task with the work they have been set.
SEMH Primary Teacher - KS1/KS2 Nurture Group Your new company We are supporting a school in Barnsley recruiting a committed and passionate Class Teacher to work with their primary aged pupils on a long-term basis. This role has a September start and will continue for at least the Autumn term, with the potential to extend further into the academic year. Your new role You will be working within a small 'Nurture Group' of mixed KS1 and KS2 pupils who face social, emotional and mental health challenges. You will be responsible for teaching the National Curriculum, which includes planning, delivery and assessment of work.
SEN Teacher - September Start Barnsley Early Years SEN Teacher - EYFS September start Main/ Upper Pay Scale Barnsley Early years class Are you an experienced SEN Teacher who is looking for a new opportunity in education? A Special school (SEN) which caters for pupils with a range of needs (ASD, MLD, SLD, HI and EBD) is looking for a Class Teacher to start in September. Your role will be to build a trusting and supportive relationship with pupils by creating a fun learning environment. The School Small class of around 6-12 students with special educational needs (ASD, MLD, SLD, HI and EBD).
We are currently recruiting for a KS3 Teacher to work within Springwell Learning Community School in Barnsley from September. Newly Qualified Teachers are always welcome to apply. CONTRACT/POSITION DETAILS Location - Barnsley - S71 Position - KS3 Teacher Start date - September 2022 Duration / Likely Duration - Ongoing Contract type - Full Time - Contract Full time/part time - Full Time Rate of pay - 100 GBP - 190 GBP (Negotiable) Hours - 8:30am - 4:30pm EXPERIENCE, TRAINING AND QUALIFICATIONS QTS, QTLS, PGCE, EYTS or equivalent Previous experience working in a UK school SEN or Primary experience preferred Up to date Safeguarding training issued in the last year (desirable however not essential - can be provided) 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 Rate of pay is dependent on current grade, experience, and payroll method. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
We are actively working to recruit Support Staff to meet the demands of day to day and long-term supply for our partnership schools/academies across Barnsley. We work exclusively with many Primary and Secondary schools in Barnsley, that require cover for both daily and long-term assignments. We are specifically looking for Support Workers who want to expand their knowledge and experience in primary and/or secondary education, and support children with special educational needs including Autism and moderate learning difficulties. Some children may have Educational Health care Plans.
SEN Teacher - Early Years We are currently working in partnership with a special educational needs school on an exciting new SEN Teaching vacancy in Barnsley. The School: The school is situated in Barnsley and supports children and young people aged 3-19 who have a range of additional needs associated with ASC. It is a school that offers a restorative, therapeutic approach to education and behaviour management. Early Years Teacher - What is involved?
We are actively seeking to recruit an Early Years SEN Teacher to work in one of our special educational need's schools based in Barnsley, S70 from September 2022. The role will require you take on the full remit of the class teacher, 5 days a week as an ongoing role. You will be working with children with Special Educational Needs including Physical disabilities, Autism, Visual and hearing impairment. The ideal candidate will have experience working with SEN or is looking to gain experience in this area.
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