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I am looking for a tutor to support a Looked After pupil who is in Year 10 and based in the Mansfield area on Wednesday and Thursday mornings ONLY. Initially we will be looking for tutors to offer online teaching whilst the lockdown restrictions are still in place, with a view to moving out to the residential home where the pupil resides once restrictions are lifted. The student can be impulsive and can cause damage to property when he is feeling out of control, however there is no risk of him being physically aggressive to staff. Instead he may withdraw or disengage if he feels anxious and may walk away if he is feels overwhelmed by the situation.


A Special Educational Needs school based in Sutton-In-Ashfield are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistants in the new academic year. The schools aim is to enable every child to fulfil their full potential. They recognise that every child has unique and special needs that require individualisation, imagination and enthusiasm to ensure success. Candidate requirements: Has knowledge or experience of ASC and SEMH Experienced in PEC's, Makaton, Team Teach and British Sign Language is desirable (not essential) Has excellent communication skills Require Candidates who are enthusiastic, creative and hard working The school caters for the following needs: Autism Asperger's Syndrome SEMH Secondary and Post 16 School Ethos: Friendly atmosphere Highly supportive and knowledgeable staff Training offered to develop skills working with SEN Excellent speech and language facilities Candidates will only be considered if they have a DBS on the update service or willing to apply for a DBS and register the DBS on the update service.


Are you a Youth Worker with experience working with Young offenders or young people with Mental Health Difficulties? We are looking for individuals who can offer behavioural support for pupils aged 11 - 16 with Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties (SEMH) when they return to school in September 2020 (as long as the restrictions have been lifted by that point).  The types of roles that we will have available include: 1:1 support in SEN provisions, including supporting pupils in the local community  Behavioural support in specialist SEN provisions catering for pupils with SEMH Additional support in alternative provisions which focus on vocational curriculums such as Hair and Beauty, Health and social Care, Mechanics and Construction 1:1 tutoring and pastoral support for Looked After Children and children at risk of exclusion, or those have already been excluded Supporting young people involved in gangs, knife crime, domestic abuse and drug and alcohol misuse Supporting students with significant anxiety and self-harming behaviours Working with these hard to reach young people can be one of the most rewarding roles you can do! We are looking for people who are willing to go the extra mile to become a positive role model and make a difference to the lives of these young people, both socially and academically.

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