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We are working with SEN schools located in Birmingham. We are looking for SEND Teachers. There is potential to be needed ad-hoc or to cover long term absenses such as maternity. Special Educational Needs (SEN) Teachers will be able to work closely with students on the Autistic Spectrum (ASD) and who also may have Moderate and Severe Learning Difficulties (MLD/SLD).


Join a vibrant secondary academy in Central Birmingham seeking to appoint a hard-working and committed SENCO. This is a full-time maternity cover commencing after May Half term 2021. The successful post-holder will work closely with the Principal, senior management and colleagues in the strategic development of the school's Special Educational Needs (SEN) policy and oversee the day-to-day operation of that policy with the aim of raising SEND pupil Achievement. Responsibilities of the role will include: To lead the planning, implementation and delivery of the Academy's SEN curriculum and assessment provision for SEND students.


Intervention Teacher We are looking for all types of teachers who can help support Students in Secondary schools across Birmingham. Due to issues regarding Covid some schools are looking to reduce class sizes and add top up classes for students that may have fallen behind or have struggled to adapt to recent changes. You will be working in small, targeted intervention groups, focussing on intensive group work. We are predominantly looking for core subject Teachers but other subjects and NQT's may apply.


We are looking for Teachers that are interested in working in a special needs school with children that have PMLD, ASD and speech and language difficulties in the Birmingham area. As a SEN teacher you will be teaching students a variety of subject that include; numeracy, literacy, and sensory integration. Class sizes are small with multiple support staff in each room. Successful candidates will need the following skills and qualifications: • Confident in differentiating work in accordance to the students' needs • QTS • Have recent experience teaching SEN students • A valid DBS or on the update system Successful candidates will benefit from: • Competitive pay • Work in Outstanding SEN schools which are easily accessible to transport links • No Umbrella Companies If you have the qualities and would like to work with us, please submit your CV.


Teaching Assistant – SEMH Do you have experience supporting SEMH and vulnerable students? Are you looking to further your career in education? We are working with a SEN school in Birmingham who are looking to bring on a Social Emotional & Mental Health Needs Teaching Assistant to work primarily Secondary students in classroom, one to one and small group scenarios. This opportunity is a full time and temporary opportunity but could become permanent in the new academic year.


Teaching Assistant – Behaviour Support Are you a Teaching Assistant with a passion for Behaviour Support? We are looking to recruit enthusiastic candidates looking for support roles in secondsry schools in Walsall offering Behaviour Support to students displaying challenging behaviour. The ideall candidate will have experience working with students displaying challenging behaviour in the classroom, looking to provide them with a professional role model. Creating a positive working environment for vulnerable students and the rest of the class will be key to raising student attainment and inclusion.


We are currently recruiting for the Birmingham area to have SEND Learning Support staff help with schools with daily and short term supply. This would involve you potentially working in different schools on a weekly or daily basis. We are currently recruiting for SEND Support to start to help with day to day and short term cover in shools. The positions are to work with children who present behavioural difficulties or have a diagnosis of either Autism or Social, Emotional Mental Health concerns and other SEND needs.


Graduate Teacher Internship - September 2021 Are you a final year student coming to the end of your degree considering whether secondary teaching is the career pathway for you? If so, Teaching Personnel's Graduate Teacher Internship Programme is the perfect opportunity to start your teaching career. Through this initiative you will have the opportunity to gain further experience working in schools as a Teaching Assistant, prior to beginning a teacher training programme. Any Graduates interested in becoming a secondary school teacher in the future will have the chance to secure a full time Graduate Teaching Assistant role on a 12 month basis, prior to beginning your teacher training at an ‘Outstanding' teacher training school based located in Birmingham from September 2021.

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