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1:1 Behaviour Mentor Role / Teaching Assistant - Wolverhampton We are currently seeking 1:1 behaviour mentors for their client Pupil referral unit school in South Birmingham. We are looking for people who are outgoing, resilient, and calm natured to help engage these students and effectively manage any challenging behaviour that may arise. You will be expected to have difficult conversations with the students when necessary and work in a small group or 1:1 setting. Although this role may be challenging, it is incredibly rewarding, and we are hoping to appoint the right people who are able to form a strong relationship with these pupils and build up a great rapport.


Behaviour Mentor Looking for work in a PRU in Birmingham, then look no further! - Primary Behaviour mentor Salary: GBP60-70 per day (paid on a weekly basis, dependant on experience)   Suitable for: graduates, teaching assistants, higher level teaching assistants, sports graduates.  We are working in partnership with a Primary PRU in south Birmingham and are looking for teaching assistants to support their team on a full- or part-time basis. The school is the Local Authority Alternative Provision for young people who have been excluded from mainstream education.


We are working closely with a SEN college in Birmingham who are in need of complex needs Teaching Assistant/Support Assistants to start after Easter half term.  The role is part time but will increse to full time college hours throughout the term.    The ideal candidate will have: Experience working with children with complex needs  Restraint training within the last two years (essential) Experience working in a classroom environement  Be enthusiastic to work with children  Be able to hit the ground running and get stuck in from day one   Benefits of working through Teaching Personnel Weekly pay Competitive rates of pay Free safeguarding and prevent training Huge discounts on other CPD training courses Cash bonus when you refer a friend Opportunities for permanent employment   All successful candidates will be required to fund a child enhanced DBS certification on the update service. This involves a one-off payment of GBP40 followed by yearly fees of GBP13.


Are you passionate about supporting children with Special Educational Needs? Would you like to make a real difference in a child's education in a Teaching Assistant capacity? We are currently recruiting for SEN Specialist Support Assistants in September to work in schools in the central Birmingham area, that are currently in need of casual and long-term Teachers to help out in the new Academic Year. The schools range from alternative provisions, to specialist schools catering for children with a variety of needs ranging from PMLD, ASC and SEMH needs.


We are urgently recruiting Tutors with experience across primary and secondary PRU schools We are approved providers for tuition through the National Tutoring Programme. The National Tutoring Programme is aimed at helping pupils catch-up on lost learning during the national lockdown. However, the programme also aims to provide a longer-term contribution to closing the attainment gap. We are looking for tutors to work with our primary PRU schools starting within the next few weeks.


Complex Needs Teaching Assistant We are working closely with a secondary SEN school who needing TA experienced in supporting a wide range of Special Educational Needs including: Severe Learning Difficulties Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties Low-functioning Autism Complex Learning Difficulties Who are we looking for? Someone who is committed to active, creative, reflective learning, maximised by encouragement to each individual pupil to achieve their best in every aspect of their development. A person who can celebrate innovation and is committed to nurturing high self- esteem and respect for others and can encourage this within the school setting by asking questions, solving problems and making thoughtful decisions.  As the needs of the students are so complex, it is essential you have experience working in a school setting with experience supporting students with special needs.


Job Title: Cover Supervisor Location: Birmingham Pay: £60 - £70 per day We are recruiting for Sports Coaches to work within Secondary Schools throughout the Birmingham area. A Sports Coach Cover Supervisor is fundamental in Secondary Schools. The role involves delivering pre-set work and managing a class of 20-30 students in the absence of the teacher. We have a high demand for PE lessons to be covered however there could also be general lessons in your timetable.


We are recruiting for ambitious and driven individual to fill the positions of a SEN teaching Assistant roles in our partner schools in the Birmingham area. The school caters for a wide range of Special Educational Needs of children aged 5-19, primarily with ASC and PMLD. The right candidate will have the communication and interpersonal skills necessary to thrive in a complex social environment. They will be confident enough to keep pupils engaged whilst having the empathy required to properly understand the pupils' individual needs and support them accordingly.

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