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Pastoral Support The school This specialist school is based in Blackburn (BB2) and caters for pupils aged 11-16 years who all require additional support pupils with SEMH difficulties. Many children often display challenging behaviours and cannot access their education due to difficulties with their mental health and poor well-being. All pupils in this school have an EHC or IEP plan to support their SEMH needs and these need to be followed to ensure each of their individual needs are being met throughout their school day. Specialist Secondary School based in Blackburn (BB2) No education related qualifications required Qualifications in psychology, counselling or similar is desirable but not required Competitive hourly rate of pay (£10.


The Headteacher and SENCO of a large Primary School in Blackburn are on the lookout for a pastoral support worker to work closely alongside the SENCO to identify children in school who require additional SEMH support because of lockdown and the pandemic. The school have seen a huge demand for additional support since the pandemic began in March 2020 and they have many children in school who have struggled with their mental health because of lockdown.  This is a new role in school supporting the school's SENCO, no two days are the same at this school and the role will be diverse and involve liaising with outside agencies, providing support to individual and small groups of children, liaising with class teachers regarding individual children and writing tailored IEP's. The ability to build excellent relationships with children and families is essential for this role and applicants must have a proven track record of this.


Mental Health Support Worker We are working alongside an SEN Provision in the Blackburn with Darwen area. The school is a 'Good' rated innovative provider of education and care, supporting young boys aged 10 - 19 with complex needs typically related to SEMH Difficulties, Asperger's Syndrome, Autism and other conditions. The school would like to employ a Mental Health Support Worker to support a group of pupils who are struggling to regulate their behaviour due to their mental health conditions. Your role is to support our children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment.


Position: Teaching Assistant Location: Blackburn Contract: Temp to perm The Teaching Assistant team within the school are a strong team of highly skilled staff. They actively support the students and staff and are integral to the smooth running of the day-to-day life of a school.  Responsibilities: To work collaboratively with the teacher in the planning, development, delivery and evaluation of the effectiveness of the curriculum for pupil(s) and to differentiate curriculum content according to the needs of pupil(s).  To plan and implement specific programmes with individual pupils or groups appropriate to the developmental needs of individual children throughout different curriculum areas.


SEN Secondary Teacher

 Vision for Education

£600 - 750 per week + PAYE and Pension

*LOCATION*  Blackburn *CONTRACT TYPE*  Full-time *CONTRACT TERMS*  Temporary to Permanent *SALARY*  £600 - £750 per week *APPLY BY*  ASAP *JOB START*  September 2022 About the role    Are you an SEN Secondary Teacher with either the experience or desire to work with pupils with moderate, severe and complex needs? A fantastic teaching role is available to start in September 2022. The SEN Secondary Teacher role will involve teaching small classes of pupils aged 11-16 with a wide range of Learning Difficulties. Every student at the school has an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) and additional needs around their health, social and emotional wellbeing.


We are looking to recruit a Behavioural Support Assistant to assist with behaviour in an Alternative Provision in Blackburn. The school operates over 2 sites, a school for pupils in KS1 – KS3 and then a school which caters for pupils who are completing their qualifications (GCSE's, BTEC or NVQs). The school would like to recruit 2 Behavioural Support Assistants, to support children within the Primary Phases. In order to be successful within this role you must be strong and resilient in order to be a good role model for the pupils.

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