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*LOCATION* Stockport *CONTRACT TYPE* Full-time *CONTRACT TERMS* Long-term *SALARY* £350 - £400 per week *APPLY BY* ASAP *JOB START* September 2022 The role Do you have a desire to work with children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities? Are you a bubbly and enthusiastic person? Vision For Education are experiencing a high demand from a special needs school in Stockport for people who want to work as a 1-1 Teaching Assistant. You will be expected to provide classroom-based support to children from the ages of 5-19.

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*LOCATION* Manchester *CONTRACT TYPE* Full-time *CONTRACT TERMS* Long-term *SALARY* £350 - £400 per week *APPLY BY* ASAP *JOB START* On-going The role Vision for Education are recruiting for a Young Offender Support Worker to work with young people aged between 11 and 17 who are receiving their education in Pupil Referral Unit settings across Manchester. The role of a Young Offender Support Worker is to support young people to access education, as they will often be very disengaged from school-life. This would be an amazing opportunity for somebody who wants to make a difference to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds, and that in some cases have suffered major trauma. The school The work of a Young Offender Support Worker will require you to be based within a Pupil Referral Unit school setting You will offer guidance and support both in the classroom, and also with their social and emotional development.

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*LOCATION* Trafford *CONTRACT TYPE* Full-time *CONTRACT TERMS* Long-term *SALARY* £350 - 400 per week APPLY BY ASAP JOB START On-going About the role Vision for Education are currently looking for an SEMH Teaching Assistant to work in schools across Trafford supporting students with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs. As an SEMH Teaching Assistant your responsibilities will include: Assessing the needs of students and using your knowledge and specialist skills to support students with Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs, Work with school staff to maintain good behaviour in class and during 1:1 sessions, and to monitor progress, Quickly build strong working relationships with students, and act as a positive role model. About the school The schools we work with in Trafford provide supportive and nurturing environments for students who find mainstream school unsuitable, There is a strong focus on helping students manage their emotions and behaviour in order to prepare them for learning and the world after education, The successful candidate will join a supportive team to work collaboratively and effectively to support students, There are opportunities for the role to become permanent with the school after a qualifying period. Requirements To be considered for the role of SEMH Teaching Assistant you will: Care deeply about students' wellbeing and personal development Be motivated to make a positive difference in students' learning Understand the needs of students disengaged with education, and be confident with de-escalation strategies Salary is dependent on experience, training or qualifications.

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Teaching Assistant - Behaviour Support Assistant Oldham Previous experience of working in a similar role would be beneficial or be an undergraduate in Psychology or equivalent. Vision for Education are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and creative Behaviour Support Assistant. Working at a school in Oldham this position is to start in September 2022! The role This is a fantastic opportunity for a committed Behaviour Support Assistant to make a difference to a young pupil and their experience of education, especially those who have become disengaged from education.

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Teaching Assistant - Autism support specialist Oldham Previous experience of working in a similar role would be beneficial.  Vision for Education are looking to appoint a Teaching Assistant to support a child in an EYFS classroom with a diagnosis of autism. The pupil is coming into Nursery Sept 2022 and will need addiotnal support. Working at a school in Oldham, this is a specialist role that will require flexibility and a can-do attitude.

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A SEN Teaching Assistant is needed for a Post 16 College for Autistic students in the Sunderland area. This role has a September start and is long term with the potential to become permanent. Experience in supporting children with these needs would be an advantage but is not essential - a willingness to learn and engage with SEN children is the most important quality we are looking for. Ideally you will have a Teaching Assistant qualification to at least Level 2 or be prepared to study on our course to obtain that qualification, but if not another relevant education qualification such as a PGCE or Youth Work qualification is needed.

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Are you looking for a teaching role where you can make a difference to the lives of young people? Vision for Education are looking for a SEND Tutor to teach students on a 1:1 basis in Bolton. About the role We are looking for a SEND Tutor who can work on a 1:1 basis with students who are unable to attend an education setting or need further support in a curriculum area. Tuition sessions can range from one - five hours per day (within and outside of school hours) depending on the student's timetable and capabilities.

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A Secondary SEN Teaching Assistant is needed after for a for lovely client SEN school we work with in the Whitley Bay area. This role has a September start and is a long term, full time role which has the potential to become permanent. In this role you will be working with children with needs ranging from ASD, MLD, and PMLD and SEMH. Experience in supporting children with any of the above needs would be an advantage but is not essential - a willingness to learn and engage with SEN children is the most important quality we are looking for.

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A Secondary SEN Teaching Assistant is needed after for a for lovely client SEN school we work with in the Whitley Bay area. This role has a September start and is a long term, full time role which has the potential to become permanent. In this role you will be working with children with needs ranging from ASD, MLD, and PMLD and SEMH. Experience in supporting children with any of the above needs would be an advantage but is not essential - a willingness to learn and engage with SEN children is the most important quality we are looking for.

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Supply TA (SEND) Key Stage 1&2  Hartlepool £10.65 per hour Contract Dates ASAP The Role We are seeking a number of Supply TA (SEND) for Key Stage 1&2 working in local SEN schools across Hartlepool. The post is to start ASAP. Working supply in multiple schools on a one-to-one basis and general classroom support in a specialist setting, with children aged 5-11 who require additional support with Attention Deficit, Hyperactivity Disorder and Social, Emotional and Mental Health.

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