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As Group Referrals Co-ordinator, you will play a critical role as the main point of contact for external stakeholders making referrals for placements of children and young people into Kedleston Group's portfolio of 13 children's residential homes/schools and /or day schools.  This is a full time role working 37.5 hours per week Monday to Friday. Location is flexible but you must be within reasonable driving distance of our corporate hub in Stockport.


PMLD Teacher – Manchester Premier Education are currently working in partnership with a school in Manchester who are looking for a PMLD Teacher to start ASAP to cover a sickness. The role involves personal care and our client is dedicated to their ethos and multi-disciplinary approach to quality education for SEND pupils with Complex Needs. Due to the nature of the role all teachers must have a Child and Adult Workforce DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one. Candidates must also be flexible and committed as well as consistent in their approach to teaching and learning.


Are you a teaching assistant looking to gain further experience within SEND? Premier Education is looking for specialist SEND Teaching Assistants or TAs with a passion and dedication to supporting children and young people with additional needs to work within a number of specialist settings across Stockport and Greater Manchester. The ideal candidate will have a background or experience in supporting SEND pupils and will have experienced needs in a personal or professional capacity such as: ASD, EBD, PMLD or CLD students. Successful candidates MUST be able to work as part of a team of professionals and: • Support the class teacher with delivery of engaging and differentiated activities • Be able to liaise with class teacher / SENCO regarding pupil progress and development in line with EHCP tracking • Share good practice and work with other staff to discover effective methods for individual pupils Candidates will be empathetic and understanding of pupil's additional needs and be a calming presence for pupils.


Lead Teacher for Complex Needs school Are you looking for a career move within SEN? Are you looking to take on a more leadership role? If so, this role could be just what you are looking for. An outstanding school in Manchester are looking to appoint a motivated SEN professional to join their middle leadership team as a Lead Teacher within this secondary special school.

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