Are you an experienced KS1 teacher looking to branch out into new schools? At Prospero we work with a number of primary schools across the Barnsley area who come to us for supply KS1 Teachers. Working on supply you will be called upon to help support within the classroom and cover any upcoming planned or unplanned absences. Previous teaching experience is essential!
Provide Education are seeking a Teaching Assistant for a Behaviour Support role in an alternative provision in Barnsley. This role will commence once schools return (expected February 2021). The successful candidate must hold a valid Team Teach certificate, or be able to refresh this training before commencing the role. You will be working with pupils between 8 and 16 years old with a wide range of Special Educational Needs, including challenging behaviour.
Are you an experienced KS2 teacher looking to branch out into new schools? At Prospero we work with a number of primary schools across the Barnsley area who come to us for supply KS2 Teachers. Working on supply you will be called upon to help support within the classroom and cover any upcoming planned or unplanned absences. Previous teaching experience is essential!
Are you an experienced teacher looking to branch out into new schools? Or not sure on your next career move and considering getting into teaching? We want to hear from you! At Prospero we work with a number of schools across the Barnsley area who come to us for Cover Supervisors.
Provide Education are currently working with an all age (2-19) specialist school in Barnsley, recently rated 'Good' by Ofsted. The school are seeking an experienced Learning Support Assistant to join their team on a full time basis from March 2021. You will be working under the instruction of class teachers to provide support to pupils with Autistic Spectrum Conditions. A number of the pupils are non/pre verbal and may use alternative means of communication such as PECs or Makaton so training in either or both of these is essential.
Provide Education are working with a special school in Barnsley who are to appoint an experienced SENCO to join the senior leadership team. The successful candidate will have a passion for SEND, a love of learning and the ability to develop positive relationships that enable all children to thrive. With the support of the Executive Vice Principal for SEND, you will make a significant contribution to whole school and classroom development, working closely with pupils, their families and an extended staff team. Applicants must demonstrate: • An ability to ensure the school meets the statutory requirements of the SEND Code of Practice • Experience of and ability to develop, monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of interventions across the school in terms of outcomes for pupils • An ability to lead and support staff in the development and use of EHCPs • Effective organisation, with the ability to organise annual reviews • An ability to work strategically, supporting the development of a school at all levels We are looking for a SENCO who has high expectations of what can be achieved in a special school setting and a proven track record of raising pupil attainment, and understands how children learn and never gives up on them.
SEMH Support Worker – Full Time - Barnsley Provide Education are seeking an experienced Support Worker on a full-time basis to work with young people with Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) needs at a special academy located in Barnsley The school is an outstanding specialist provision catering for young people aged 8-16 with complex SEMH needs. This position will commence from 22 February 2021 (providing pupils return on this date), on a long term basis. The ideal candidate will possess strong classroom/behaviour management skills, an engaging and encouraging approach and a nurturing manner. Key requirements: SEMH support experience Team-teach trained (or the commitment to complete training during February half term) Strong interpersonal skills and a sound understanding of the challenges faced by young people with additional learning needs Valid, Update Service registered DBS or a new application with Update Service Registration Job Specification: The successful applicant will have experience supporting challenging behaviour, have strong classroom and behaviour management and available to start immediately.
Provide Education are working with an Alternative Provision in Barnsley who are seeking a classroom teacher from Easter 2021. The successful applicant will lead classes in a primary focussed model for a small group of students across a satellite provision. You will deliver lessons across the curriculum, with specialist areas such as PE, Art and D of E delivered by specialist staff. This post will suit candidates who have the commitment, passion and resilience to make a difference to pupils who have a range of social, emotional, mental health and special educational needs.
Provide Education are seeking Teaching Assistants to support with the delivery of Catch Up Intervention sessions following the February half term. We are specifically seeking Teaching Assistants, Support Workers, and Learning Support Assistants with experience in specialist settings, working with young people with Special Educational Needs. During the pandemic, many pupils have missed a significant amount of education and will require specific, targeted support on their return to school. Provide Education are working with special school settings across South Yorkshire, and are seeking candidates who are available for a minimum of 3 days a week and based in: Rotherham Barnsley Sheffield Doncaster Ideally, we are seeking Teaching Assistants with a sound understanding of supporting pupils with additional needs, who are able to differentiate learning materials, and with experience using Makaton, PECS, and Intensive Interaction to help pupils to engage with learning.
SEN Support Worker – Part-time (3 days per week, term time only) – South Yorkshire A Support Worker is required on a part-time basis in a special school based in South Yorkshire. The school provides an alternative curriculum for young people aged 2-19 with complex Special Educational Needs. As a Support Worker, you will work with children with a range of additional learning needs, including: • Autistic Spectrum Conditions • Severe Learning Difficulties • Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities • Moderate Learning Difficulties • Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs You will support pupils to access a modified curriculum, which will include using resources such Eye Gaze and Picture Exchange Communication Systems (PECS). In addition to supporting access to learning, you will also be required to support pupils with Personal Care.
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