Have you recently completed a degree in Psychology? Perhaps even have a Master's? Then we want to hear from you! We are currently working with a SEN school that are in need of nurturing, empathetic Teaching Assistants to support their SEN students in their learning and development.
Teaching Assistant / Learning Support Assistant Available now We have an exciting new opportunity for a Learning Support Assistant to specifically support children with Special Educational Needs. If you have any experience within the following and looking for a new role to thrive in, then please send your CV over: School experience Special needs Mental Health Teaching Complex children's needs Youth work Psychology graduate Sports Background You will work within the SEND department of an Outstanding Secondary SEN school in Birmingham. The majority of the needs are cognitive therefore the students may be working at a lower age learning ability. All pupils have an EHC plan in place in which you will be required to refer to when working with the students.
Do you have experience working with Autism or as a carer for someone with ASC? If you have experience working with non verbal children with Autism Spectrum Condition and need a flexible working role, we are looking to recruit Teaching Assistants to work with young children on a 1:1 and classroom basis. The Candidate Ideally you will have a flexible nature and be prepared to work with primary and secondary aged students. Your role will be supporting with behaviour management and to engage and interact with the children to enable them access the curriculum fully.
We are looking for a Special Educational Needs (SEN) Teaching Assistant who is experienced in working with pupils with additional needs and challenging behaviours. We are looking for a candidate who is confident, passionate, and driven in supporting children and young people with additional needs. The ideal candidate will have at least 6 months experience of working in education with some experience working with SEN/challenging behaviours in a school setting. The ideal candidate will have prior experience of working in a classroom and have the ability to support children and young people with SEN; in particular those with Autism, Asperger's, Social Emotional & Mental Health or behavioural issues.
We are seeking an experienced Youth Mentor to work in various schools in Birmingham to work on a flexible basis. The schools require mentors with experience working with disengaged students and students with learning difficulties to provide support on an ad-hoc basis. About the role: Working with groups of primary and secondary aged students in non-mainstream education. Deliver support and help where needed as a Youth Mentor.
Sports Coach / Behaviour Mentor – SEN provision school. Are you based in Birmingham or local to the area? Are you looking for a challenging and rewarding role? Please send your updated CV today!
We are working with a specialist school in Birmingham (B13) who cater for children with profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) who are looking for a qualified, experienced and enthusiastic Teacher to join their team full time. The needs of the pupils within the provisions vary from complex needs to challenging behaviour and SEMH needs. These schools support the growth and development of pupils aged between 11-18 years and are responsible for devising a personalised curriculum for each child. The role will be working with a small class of 10-12 students in Ks3 and in the class you will be supported by 3-4 teaching assistants / learning support assistants.
SEND Teaching Assistant North Birmingham £65-£75 We are currently recruiting on behalf of a highly regarded SEND School in North Birmingham for an experienced and reliable Teaching Assistant to join their team. About the role: This is a full time, long term role which will commence as soon as possible, at an excelled SEND school in North Birmingham Assisting the class teacher to provide a tailored curriculum to the students on both a 1:1 and small group basis. Engaging students, encouraging and nurturing their learning, and ensure they achieve progression. Working with students of both Primary and Secondary age who have visual impairments.
Are you a Psychology graduate? Are you interested in learning more about Mental Health, Special Needs and Education? This is the role for you! We are looking for confident and capable candidates who are looking to dive into Education.
Are you looking for a new role in education? Are you looking for your next challenge? Do you want to support the social, emotional and academic development of pupils with special educational needs? We are offering the successful candidate the chance to make a real difference in the lives of children with SEN.
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