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We are looking for an enthusiastic and friendly SEN Teaching Assistant to work in a school in Bolton. The role will be starting in September 2022, ready for the new academic year. Details: Location - Bolton Start Date - September 2022 End Date - July 2023 Full time/Part time - Full Time Minimum Rate of Pay - £80 a day Hours - 8.30am - 4.

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We are currently looking for an SEMH Teaching Assistant to work in our partner school in Bolton. As a Teaching assistant we require you to have an understanding of working with SEMH and behavioural needs and the ability to manage your time independently and engage and build positive relationships with children. This will be a full-time role that will be on an ongoing flexible basis dependant on performance. Key responsibilities: Helping learners who are underperforming in their subjects on a one-to-one basis outside the classroom or within lessons Implementing strategies and supporting learners in self-esteem and confidence-building activities Listening to and helping learners resolve a range of issues that are creating barriers to learning Drawing up agreed action plans with learners, outlining the aims of the mentoring, and monitoring their progress Monitoring attendance and punctuality of learners Advising parents on behaviour strategies and parenting skills Networking with other learning mentors, teachers and relevant external agencies Organising drop-in 'offload' sessions for learners, where they can talk about a particular issue Maintaining accurate records and preparing written reports and evaluations Managing your own professional development through undertaking relevant training and sharing best practice with other learning mentors Planning and delivering lessons as per the request of centre management Providing cover for lessons in the absence of colleagues Required skills: Has experience of working in a SEN school setting as a Learning Mentor with a proven record of reaching children with social, emotional or physical barriers to learning (Desirable) Experience of using the school systems and having had an impact on improving attendance is essential (Desirable) Resilience and patience Ability to form positive working relationships with young people Ability to work as part of a team and with wider education organisations Ability to manage challenging behaviours and SEMH needs Good communication skills Qualifications in counselling would also be an advantage but not essential Why work with us?

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