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Protocol Education are looking for strong behavioural support workers to work at Pupil Referral Units and other non-mainstream settings in and around the Wakefield area. The ideal candidate will have experience working in an SEMH environment and hold a real determination to improve the prospects of young people from problematic backgrounds. We would welcome applicants with a history of Social Work, Youth Work, Residential or Community Support, Classroom Support, as well as ex-services personnel. We would also encourage post graduate applicants from Sports, Psychology and Performing Arts backgrounds who are looking to gain experience within an education setting.

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Protocol Education are currently looking to recruit outstanding classroom support and inclusion staff with a strong background in supporting individuals diagnosed with Autistic Spectrum Condition for day to day and long term work within a SEND school in Leeds. The school provides a structured and supportive environment to help meet the personal and academic needs of pupils at each stage of their schooling.  We are looking for enthusiastic, skilled individuals dedicated to making a real difference to young people lives and who have the skills required to ensure autistic learners can resume education in a safe and supportive manner. The school offers a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum to boys and girls, aged 4-19 years who are autistic and may well have other complex needs, including Social, Emotional, Mental Health and behavioural needs.

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SEND Learning mentors offer support and guidance to children and young people who experience difficulties with their learning. As a learning mentor working for Protocol Education, you'll work closely with children who are struggling with social, emotional or behavioural problems that impact their ability to learn. You'll work alongside teachers and other staff, figuring out the needs of learners who require help and how to overcome barriers that are preventing them from achieving their full potential. You'll work with a range of learners, but give priority to those who need the most help, especially those experiencing multiple disadvantages.

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Care Support Workers

 Protocol Education

 Newcastle upon Tyne
£325 - £450 per week, Benefits: AYE Pay, No Umbrella Companies, Free CPD, Local work

Protocol Education are currently recruiting care support workers for a special needs school with young people, aged 3 - 19 who have severe and complex learning difficulties and learners with an additional diagnosis of autism and/or physical/sensory difficulties. The aim of our school is to provide an inspired and practical learning environment with a focus upon success and the development of citizenship and life skills. This role requires perseverance, confidence and determination as you may need to handle challenging situations strongly, therefore you will need to be prepared. You will need to be flexible, have plenty of enthusiasm, motivation, good communication skills and the ability to work 1-1 or with small groups on specific programmes if required.

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Creative Classroom Assistant We are looking for individuals trained in Drama, Sports, Art and Music to inspire children with PMLD and/or ASC to develop their skills and interests in a safe and caring school environment. You will be working in a specialist SEND school/provision with a high-quality team, dedicated to creative development and social and physical development for their students as well as academic process. You will be able to use your creative skills applied to different students to help bring out their unique skills and personalities. Position: Creative Classroom Assistant Location: Across North East Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30-4pm  What you need to apply: ·Enhanced DBS on the update service (or willing to complete this) ·Enthusiastic attitude towards inspiring children Experience working with children within the past 2 years (Voluntary welcome) OR knowledge of PMLD and Autism  Apply now for this position to arrange an interview.

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Residential Support Worker - RSW

 Protocol Education

 North Tyneside
£70 - £130 per day, Benefits: Free CPD, No umbrella companies, Refer a Friend

RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT WORKER - RSW Candidates applying for the role will be supporting with children with learning difficulties, autism , mental health problems and /or complex needs between the ages of 9 and 18. Candidates applying for this role would ideally have previous experience within the field and NVQ Level 3 Children and Young People would be advantageous. The role will become permanent for the RIGHT person.  You will be required to work in partnership with the school, parents or carers and other agencies.

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Are you a Sports Coach, Behaviour Mentor or Support Worker who is looking for your next role in education? Teaching Personnel, the market leading education agency are currently seeking to appoint several Learning and Behaviour Mentors to work at sites across Nottinghamshire, including in Mansfield, Arnold and Nottingham City. Candidates will be required to support students with a range of complex SEND, therefore a background of working with SEND needs such as SEMH, EBD, ASD & ADHD would be the best fit for this client, although candidates who are motivated, driven, experienced and have an excellent ability to build trust with learners should also apply. This is a challenging, but rewarding role, where successful candidates will have excellent progression opportunities and permanent work opportunities.

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Devon Children's Services currently have two educational settings, Quay View School and Tor View School, and four Childrens Homes across Devon. Devon Children's Services are looking for Residential Support Workers to join their team at our Childrens Home in Okahampton. We are looking for enthusiastic staff to join the team in this new home.  You will be available to work shift patters which include days, evenings and weekends.

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