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Are you looking for a new job? Do you want to make a real and noticeable difference? Can you remain calm in challenging circumstances? We are pleased to be recruiting for Teachers to work in a PRU environment for pupils aged 11-16 as PRUs anticipate an increase in teaching staff to support referrals of pupils due to the return of the education setting after being out of the classroom for a number of months.


My client is an SEND school in North Manchester judged outstanding by Ofsted. The school caters for children and young people aged 4 to 19 years of age who are on the autistic spectrum and/or have significant communication and interaction difficulties. They are looking for an ICT teacher to cover maternity leave until the end of this academic year. They would like someone to start w/c 19th October 2020 to allow for a smooth handover.


Are you a Teacher with QTS looking for an opportunity to work in a specialist setting? Are you looking for an opportunity to work in a 'good' school? Are you looking for the opportunity to enhance your professional development through gaining access to specialised training? Full time position for an Qualified Teacher to start immediately.


Intervention Staff We are currently seeking intervention staff for a school in the secondary department and based in the Oldham area. The school works with children that have ASC and SEMH needs. The children are on EHCP plans and require a positive role model to engage and develop positive relationships with on a 1:1 basis. The school provides a nurture based approach to supporting the young people, and aiming to provide them with the skills to transition into further education and training.


Teaching Personnel are looking for Teachers of all backgrounds who are interested in broadening their work opportunities! As the Nation's leading agency, we work across 3 education sectors including Primary, Secondary and Special Educational Needs and with the new academic year starting we're expecting an influx of long term cover roles and permanent positions becoming available from a range of our client schools! We're eager to hear from Fully Qualified Teachers, Newly Qualified Teachers, Further Education Teachers, Cover Supervisors and Tutors with all types of specialism, who are looking to register for supply or are interested in finding about upcoming opportunities. If you're not qualified but are looking to build school based experience as a Teaching Assistant or Support Worker, we'd love to hear from you too as we have a plethora of day to day, short term and long term contracts available!


-          Do you have experience guiding and supporting young people with their career choices?   -          Are you looking for an opportunity to further develop your existing skills and expertise? -          Are you looking for a role where you can support pupils with MLD In developing their employability skills? A Secondary SEMH School situated in Oldham are looking to appoint a Learning Support Assistant who can support pupils with moderate learning difficulties in developing their employability and life skills.


Teaching Personnel are working in partnership with a secondary SEN school in Oldham who have a  full time position starting ASAP, the school are seeking to hire a dedicated individual to the role of Learning Mentor. This is a temporary post within the first instance, with the opportunity to become a permanent school contract after an initial introductory period, the role of Learning Mentor will involve; Providing direct support to pupils with Special Educational Needs Leading small groups during lessons and supporting individuals on a 1:1 basis Implementing the schools behaviour management policy Attending staff meetings, following senior management direction each day Ensuring every child is supported daily and has the opportunity to develop and learn The successful applicant undertaking this Learning Mentor role will be working within our client school in Oldham which caters for children aged 11-16 with SEN. Specifically pupils have Social & emotional mental health needs (SEMH) and attend this school for the purpose of individual development. Children may have been excluded from mainstream education or attend this school as part of their ECHP, as a Learning Mentor you will implement the schools excellent behaviour management and also rewards policy.

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