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Learning Mentor - Psychology Graduate September 2022 Start Date We are specifically working with a Specialist Provision in North Cheshire who are looking to secure the services of a lively, passionate Psychology graduate to work there for the upcoming academic year. If you have patience, a great sense of humour, and are dedicated on improving the lives of young people, these opportunities are for you. You will only be working with small numbers of students at any one time, so you can really concentrate on the delivery of high-quality support to young people who need that little extra support. The young people you will work with are demanding but this is an extremely rewarding position.


SEN Support  Immediate Start or September Start  8.30 - 4pm / Monday - Friday (term time only) full or part time  £74.55 per day We are on the look out for passionate, talented SEN specialist teaching assistants to work within a large York Primary School client on a flexible supply basis. The Role: As an SEN teaching assistant, the role can vary from school to school and can include the following duties;  Academic support  Behaviour mentor  Assistance with communication Run or assist with Nuture groups Personal care and toilet training  Working inside or outside the classroom with individuals or groups Nurturing children's physical, social and emotional welfare Keep records and attend review meetings Requirements As an SEN teaching assistant you will work with children with a range of SEN such as Autism, ADHD, SLCN, and PD, so experience in one or more of there areas, or moving and handling training would be desirable.


Learning Support Assistant £70 - £85 daily rate – PAYE Wandsworth Primary SEND Learning Support Assistant required in Wandsworth. This is an amazing primary school featuring an inclusion unit for children who have struggled to manage in the mainstream school due to their behaviour. This post is open to graduates or keen enthusiastic individuals who feel they posses the attitude and dedication required to work with more challenging students. If you have a passion for education and the desire to help disengaged students re-engage and achieve, this role could be ideal for you!


Colmore Education are currently looking for experienced Teaching Assistants for a special needs school in Birmingham. The school teaches children with physical needs, severe learning difficulties, multiple learning difficulties, visual and hearing impairment. Some children will have complex medical conditions and sensory level autism.   As a SEND Teaching Assistant, you must: -          Be patient as the special needs will vary -          Previous experience working with children who have SEND -          Have a calm and caring nature -          Understand supporting SEND children -          Have team teach training -          Be prepared to do personal care   The school is located within proximity to Sheldon, Stechford, Bordesley Green, Ward End, and Hodge Hill.


An Exciting new opportunity for aspiring Teaching Assistants! WHAT: Trainee Teaching Assistant supporting pupils with behaviour problems and learning difficulties across multiple Key Stage groups (age 4-11) WHERE: Primary Schools in Camborne Area   The demand for school staff is at an all-time high which is why our partner schools have asked us to find them trainee teaching assistants who may not have worked in a school before but possess all the characteristics to be successful. That coupled with constant investment and training is what our Schools are looking for! The Role: Based Primary Schools Camborne Area Full time Monday to Friday 8.


Protocol Education are currently recruiting teaching assistants to support primary students one to one with special needs in an outstanding and lovely special needs school. This school are recruiting teaching assistants with/without experience who have an interest or passion working with children and special needs. The role will be be supporting students on a one to one basis developing students vocabulary, communication, hand eye coordination and social skills. Whilst you will be supporting students on a one to one basis you will support students in a variety of lessons such as swimming, music, art and P.


Protocol Education are currently recruiting teaching assistants from creative backgrounds who are confident in delivering creative one to one sessions to students with special needs. This particular school are recruiting teaching assistants with/without experience who are creatively minded and enjoy working with young people. The role will be be working with learners in a creative way on a one to one basis, with the primary target of preparing them life outside education Whilst you will be supporting students on a one to one basis you will also have the opportunity to assist in lessons such as music, art and P.E.


Protocol education are currently recruiting teaching assistants to work in an outstanding special needs school located in Merton. The role will be supporting students with special needs such as autism, physical disabilities and speech and language difficulties within small classes raging from 6 - 8 students per class. Whilst you will be working one to one with students you will also be working as part of a team assisting in lesson such as interactive sensory work, music, art, outdoor activities and employability. To support you through out this role, this school are offering regular on site training.


A SEN Teaching Assistant is needed for a year 8 and 9 class as soon as possible for the whole summer half term in a lovely client SEN school we work with in the Whitley Bay area. This role is to provide general TA support to the pupils in the classroom and some one to one support. The role is ongoing, very long term and may become permanent. In this role you will be working with children with needs ranging from ASD, MLD, and PMLD and SEMH.


Interventions Teaching Assistant | Ladywood Area Are you looking for your next role in education? Have you got experience supporting primary aged students with learning? We are delighted to be working alongside a primary school in the B16 area who are looking to add a teaching assistant to their team to work alongside their pupils delivering interventions. The role will be full time (Mon-Fri) and will be contracted from September 2022 with the opportunity to go permanent within this time for the right candidate.

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