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We are looking to grow their talented and driven teaching team with a vacancy for a SEND Teacher for a school in the Blackburn area on a full-time basis, starting ASAP. About the role We are recruiting for the role of a SEND Teacher to deliver high quality lessons to children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. The students in the school have complex social, emotional and mental health needs so the perfect candidate will be confident and skilled in building positive relationships that help to break down barriers, build self-esteem and challenge disaffection. Pupils are taught in small groups, where they study the core curriculum and can receive the extra support they require.


A school in Blackburn has approached Teaching Personnel as they require a Teaching Assistant which is able to work 1:1 to support a young child with PMLD. The child will need support throughout the school day as they have complex needs and therefore need extra care in order to keep them stimulated and happy within school. The successful candidate should help the child access the curriculum as per their individual support plan. The school ensures that the children get the highest quality of care as it has access to a range of specialist facilities.


We are looking to grow their talented and driven SEND Teaching Assistant team with vacancies for entry level candidates working with schools across the Blackburn area. About the role   The successful SEND Teaching Assistant will be tasked with working with classes made up of students aged between 5 and 16. Working under the direction of the class teacher, the ideal SEND Teaching Assistant will be energetic, flexible, positive and patient, with an ability to build strong working relationships with young people. Duties will include: Supporting the class teacher to deliver work in accordance with the National Curriculum Assisting the class teacher with behaviour management Supporting pupils on a one-to-one basis Contributing to record keeping, liaising with parents and multidisciplinary teams and attending school trips/outings About the school The schools we work with pride themselves on creating a secure and inclusive environment for the children they support, putting their needs at the centre of everything they do.


Behaviour Support Assistant SEN Provision in Blackburn (Primary and Secondary) A full-time role (Monday-Friday, 8.30am-3.30pm) Experience supporting children or young adults with SEMH is essential Start date vary – February and March A Specialist Provision in Blackburn (BB1) that caters for both primary and secondary aged pupils are looking to recruit an additional full-time Behaviour Support Assistant. The school in Blackburn (BB1) caters for pupils with SEMH.


We are seeking to recruit a Teacher for a Pupil Referral Unit in Blackburn. The school caters for young people who do not thrive in mainstream education, usually because of their SEMH difficulties or challenges with SEND including ASC. The school are in need of a Nurture to add to their growing team. The key qualities in a Nurture Teacher is an empathic approach in implementing classroom discipline designed to enhance positive self-worth, caring and compassion, and a positive sense of empowerment.


Behavioural Support Specialist Blackburn (BB1) Part-time (Monday-Friday, 12pm-3.30pm) Start date: February 2022 £10-£12.50 p/h We are working closely with a Blackburn (BB1) based average sized, mainstream Primary School, who are currently looking to appoint a part-time behavioural support assistant, starting in February 2022 through to the end of the academic year, with a view to continue in September 2022 (potentially on a permanent contract). From February, you will be working with a child within lower Key Stage 2 on a 1:1 basis outside of the class providing a tailored approach to the National Curriculum.


SEN Teaching Assistant A school in Blackburn are seeking to appoint a teaching assistant to support in their SEN class. The school are able to support a small number of SEN pupils in a specialist provision class, they are seeking a teaching assistant who can offer a nurturing approach to offer the best social, emotional and academic support possible. About The Person The appointed person should have experience working with SEN children in either a educational, healthcare or social services capacity. An understanding of how to communicate with non-verbal pupils would be beneficial but is not essential.

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