SEN Teaching Assistant

SEN Teaching Assistant

Are you looking for a teaching assistant role in the Warrington area? Are you friendly and supportive? Do you have experience working with children with special needs or behavioural issues? Can you provide whole class, 1:1 and small group support? If your answer is yes then this could be the teaching assistant role you’ve been looking for….

This school aspires to teach the key skills to enable children to fulfil their potential in future life. You will be joining a successful and valued team where everyone in the school community is supported. You will be providing essential support to the children that really need it most and ensure they make good progression in Reading, Writing and Maths.

Benefits;

Possible offer of a longer or permanent position.
Spacious facilities and modern resources all of which contribute to memorable learning experiences.
Friendly and team orientated staff will make you feel welcomed and supported.
Shared school values which creates a comfortable and successful work environment.

Responsibilities;

Providing whole class, 1:1 and small group support.
Supporting learners with additional needs.
Supporting the class teacher with academic support.
Some assessments on progress levels of learners.
Managing behaviour in all lessons and around school.

Requirements;

Experience working with children with specials needs or behavioural issues.

Relevant qualifications useful – any experience level would be considered if the candidate has the right personality and is adaptable and flexible with a willing to learn new skills.

Must have at least two valid professional references (from working with children) and be able to pass Randstad’s compliance checks (which include having a valid DBS in place as well as ID and eligibility to work in the UK).

If you’re looking for a fulfilling and rewarding role then this opportunity will not be available for long so please apply today or contact us if you would like more information.

We work with a number of schools in the Cheshire and Warrington area at any time so if this role isn’t the right position for you then please contact us to discuss other roles that will be more suitable for you.

Randstad Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and require all applicants to share this commitment. All applicants will be subject to an enhanced DBS check

We offer a Recommend a Teacher Scheme where we will pay you ?300 worth of vouchers for each teacher you recommend once they have worked a short qualifying period

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SEN Swimming Assistant – BIrmingham – Full time

Aspire People are proud to be working with an outstanding SEN school in Birmingham.
We are recruiting for a role working in the swimming pool on a daily basis with SEN pupils that need physical motion assistance – swimming exercise and coaching.
The role is working with males and the gender lends itself to that type of hire.
If you have experience of this type of work, or work that lends itself to it – please get in touch.
Any qualified swimming or sports coach type backgrounds will be considered.
Hours are school hours 8..30-3.30 Monday-Friday – five days per week.
You will need a full and clean DBS to work in the environment, and have a genuine care and understanding for special needs pupils.

Aspire People Limited provides services as an Education Agency and an Education Employment Business. Aspire People is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and expects every candidate to share this commitment. Placements are subject, to appropriate Child Protection screening, including checks with former employers and the Criminal Records Bureau

SEN Teacher Primary SEN in Lambeth

EduStaff has been granted permission to advertise on behalf of one of our partnership schools: the role is for a passionate SEN Primary Teacher in a SEN Primary school in Lambeth!

Do you love teaching and working with SEN children?

Are you able to create wonderful relationships throughout the school?

***SEN Primary Teacher position located in Lambeth
***Full-Time/Temporary position starting September 2017
***Fantastic SEN Primary school
***MPS or UPS + SEN Point(s)

The School
This school offers education to primary age students with a wide range of needs including moderate and complex learning difficulties, communication difficulties and autistic spectrum. This welcoming school specialises in creating a safe and supportive learning environment where teachers and students can thrive and realize their potential. This school aims to develop the whole child intellectually, physically, aesthetically, socially, emotionally and spiritually.

Person Specification for SEN Primary Teacher
This post requires a dedicated SEN Primary Teacher who has 1 year of solid teaching experience and is able to develop an understanding and rapport with complex and challenging pupils. You should have the capability to aim above expectations on a daily basis and react in an adaptable way to new challenges. In this SEN Primary Teacher role, you will have the drive to support pupils during challenging episodes and provide ongoing assistance when necessary.

About the SEN Primary Teacher Role
As a SEN Primary Teacher your role will involve you taking over a lovely class in KS1 depending on vacancies within the school. Part of this SEN Primary Teacher role will include making the most of an extensive continued professional development program and working closely with a Teaching Assistant. You will be cultivating your skills as a teacher that are delivered to you the supportive mentor.

SEN Primary Teacher – Lambeth
If you feel you have the ambition and skills to make this role your own, this could be the move that defines your career. Join this expanding SEN Primary school in Lambeth as a SEN Primary Teacher this September 2017; click ‘Apply now’ to send your CV to Michal Chajtowicz at EduStaff.

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted

Benefits: £30,162 – £50,904

SEN Teacher needed in Harrow, North West London

Prospero Teaching are working with a primary Special Educational Needs school in Harrow, North West London, looking for a SEN Teacher (preferably specialising in Moderate Learning Difficulties) to complete a one year temporary position starting in September 2017.

Teachers looking to make a transition from mainstream to Special Educational Needs provision are greatly encouraged to apply. You must have two years teaching experience in a full time, permanent position with primary age children.

If you hold Qualified Teacher Status and are looking for a new September position, and are interested in working with Moderate Learning Difficulties children, please reply to this advert with your up to date CV. The school are very keen to appoint and are interviewing now, so please reply ASAP!

About the school:

* Caters for students with Moderate Learning Difficulties, some Autism Spectrum Disorder and some associated challenging behaviour
* Primary school aged children
* Small class sizes – a maximum of 8 students per class with 2 Learning Support Assistants
* High levels of support to the successful teacher
* Works closely with a range of professionals, including Speech and Language Therapists, Occupational Therapists and support staff

The successful Teacher must have:

* Qualified Teacher Status – you must be primary trained and have at least 2 years experience in a permanent teaching position
* Experience in Primary Education (preferable)
* The ability to differentiate strongly, catering for the needs of all learners
* Ability and willingness to contribute to the ethos and philosophy of the school
* Enthusiasm for partaking in appropriate accredited Continued Professional Development training

All primary teachers with at least 2 years teaching in a permanent position are encouraged to apply.

At Prospero, we are able to provide assistance with your Continued Professional Development after we have found you your ideal position. We offer accredited online Safeguarding courses which according to local Headteachers, are of the same standard as their training, as well as the chance to participate in full/half day face to face courses in areas such as behaviour management and Team Teach.

If you’d like to know more about these jobs, then please call the Prospero Teaching London head office
If you have a friend who wants a role as a Special Needs Teacher, send us their contact details, and you could earn £150 from our Refer a Friend scheme!
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Here at Prospero Teaching we work with only the most exceptional teachers from around the world. Giving teachers from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, The Netherlands and Belgium international opportunities to prosper in their teaching career. Our attitude is to focus on making a real impact to education and the teaching profession, learning opportunities through recruitment, linking classrooms, and training teachers overseas. In addition, if teaching from overseas we can help you out with your bank account, accommodation and aftercare as well as continued professional development

Benefits: SEN point