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*LOCATION* Manchester *CONTRACT TYPE* Full-time *CONTRACT TERMS* Long-term *SALARY* £600 - £750 per week *APPLY BY* ASAP *JOB START* On-going The role A vibrant, supportive and very highly regarded special needs college in Manchester is seeking to appoint a full time SEND Tutor to deliver a post-16 curriculum to students with Autism and complex needs. The SEND Tutor will be required to deliver an innovative and progressive curriculum. Class sizes are small, between 4-8 learners per class and there is a high ratio of LSA support. Ability levels can vary considerably and a willingness to deliver more than one curriculum area is desired.


We are currently looking for Teaching Assistants, to join one of a variety of clients across Manchester from summer term 2022. As an Intervention Teaching Assistant, you will be working with small groups of 3-5 students of all abilities and needs, including those with special educational needs. You could be working across multiple year groups. You will work closely with the class teacher and/or SENCO to plan and adapt lessons and activities to each group's ability, including providing interactive and alternative solutions to engage with each student.


We are actively recruiting for a Special Educational Needs Teacher with experience working within an SEN setting. We are happy to accept candidates with both part-time and full-time availability. Your role will be working closely with the SENCO, creating academic, behavioural, and emotional support plans to enable the pupils to learn and flourish. You should be a strong behaviour manager with outstanding planning skills, able to differentiate effectively.


Our client school in City centre Manchester is looking for an SEN TA to work in the KS1 area with SEN teaching assistant duties which are: Preparing the classroom for educational activities Supporting individuals with SEN  Providing practical and pastoral support to the pupils in the classroom Providing support with behaviour management To be an SEN teaching assistant you will just need to have an inspiring, nurturing and positive attitude, have experience working with or caring for children, whether that is in a school or home setting and be able to manage challenging behaviour in the classroom.  This role is ideal for anyone who requires term time working and has a yearning to work with children with additional needs, to help shape and impact their futures.  Out best candidates have come from backgrounds such as (but not limited to): Youth worker club leader sports coach childminder personal carer of children with SEN Students in the field of drama/ peforming arts/ education So, if at first you think this isn't something you're qualified for, rethink!


*LOCATION*  Manchester *CONTRACT TYPE*  Full-time *CONTRACT TERMS*  Long-term *SALARY*  £350 - £400 per week *APPLY BY*  ASAP *JOB START*  On-going The roleWe are recruiting for a Young Offender Support Worker to work with young people aged between 11 and 17 who are receiving their education in Pupil Referral Unit settings across Manchester. The role of a Young Offender Support Worker is to support young people to access education, as they will often be very disengaged from school-life. This would be an amazing opportunity for somebody who wants to make a difference to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, and that in some cases have suffered major trauma. The school The work of a Young Offender Support Worker will require you to be based within a Pupil Referral Unit school setting You will offer guidance and support both in the classroom, and also with their social and emotional development.


This is a fantastic opportunity to work within a secondary school, rated Good by Ofsted, with a strong commitment to staff development. This opportunity is well suited to candidates looking to secure long term work for the future.  Highlights of Teaching Assistant position: Full timetable, responsible for supporting students during lessons Working with those with SEN and learning difficulties Excellent way to enhance teacher training applications Modern secondary school, excellent facilities Excellent CPD available to all staff, including new starters South Manchester based mixed secondary school The secondary school has a central focus on providing all pupils with the opportunity to succeed in their academic studies, no matter their background. With a range of on-site provisions and extra-curricular offerings, the school also strives to ensure pupils' wider interests are also catered for.


*LOCATION* Manchester *CONTRACT TYPE* Full-time/Part-time *CONTRACT TERMS* Long-term *SALARY* £350 - £400 per week *APPLY BY* ASAP *JOB START* On-going The role Are you a Psychology Graduate who has experience of working with children? If so, you can gain paid work in special needs schools across Greater Manchester supporting pupils with learning disabilities, additional learning needs, or social, emotional and mental health needs. The desired Psychology Graduate would be working in the capacity of a Teaching Assistant, providing vital support to both teachers and pupils. You will be required to build positive relationships with pupils, and devise strategies to overcome barriers to learning, and help them to get the most out of their time in education.


Are you a qualified Nursery Nurse or teaching assistant looking for work in Manchester? Do you have experience supporting children with Special Educational Needs? We are working in partnership with a special needs school in Manchester who cater for children aged 3-11, we have a variety of work available for nursery nurses, qualified teaching assistants and individuals who have experience working with Special Needs. Benefits of registering for supply work with TP include; -          Immediate work to suit your availability and circumstances , full or part time -          Casual ad-hoc supply work, full time block placements which can lead to permanent -          Nursery nurses and teaching assistants with SEN experience welcome to apply -          Earn up to £80 per day dependent on previous experience -          Exposure to working in Special Needs Schools and developing your experience -          The opportunity to enhance your experience and undertake specialist training Due to their ever increasing supply demands, our Manchester SEN branch are seeking dedicated individuals to register now for work in this and other local schools.

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