Are you looking for a new challenge?
Do you want the opportunity to scope and develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils?
Are you passionate about teaching children on a one to one basis who need additional support with their learning?
We are looking for a positive and dedicated individual to support pupils in specialist school settings within North Wales, Chester and Cheshire West. The pupils are between the ages of 11 and 19. The pupils have severe learning difficulties (SLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), those with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) and others who have additional complex learning needs. The schools have many specialists to help aid the learning of pupils, including a speech and language therapists, educational psychologists, nurses, physiotherapists, a visual impairment team and a hearing impairment team.
*Training can be offered for those without experience*
- To offer each pupil a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum within the
- National Curriculum that is externally accredited where appropriate.
- To ensure that pupils' individual needs are met in terms of moral, spiritual and social
- developments and in the acquisition of personal and social values and skills.
- To maximise every pupil's potential for independence whilst respecting those pupils who will
- always require support.
- To support parents and families by keeping them informed and involved in their child's
- progress, achievement and school events.
- To encourage, support and develop all staff in a positive professional environment where
- individual needs and achievements are recognised and appreciated.
- To promote and develop skills for further education, work, home and leisure activities.
- To help pupils develop into good citizens, with minds ready to explore, question and
- challenge policies underpinning society.
There are many benefits of the role, including:
- Gaining valuable experience with a skilled staff team who will help to improve your knowledge and skills within the SEN sector
- Working with pupils who are eager to learn
The responsibilities of this role are:
- Deliver tailored teaching activities to pupils on either a one-to-one basis or in small groups
- Support the teacher in managing challenging pupil behaviour and promoting positive behaviour
- Provide feedback to the teacher about pupil progress with pupils you have been working with.
- Help pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding)
The requirements for the role are:
- A DBS on the update service
- Experience working with children or adults working with additional needs
- A dedication to creating a positive learning environment to pupils who are eager to learn
- Being a resilient, caring and supportive person
- refer a friend scheme with the chance to earn £300
- Chances to develop your skill set in SEN
- Gaining experience in a SEN role
- Support network through Randstad and the school team
- Seeing your children thrive and achieve their targets
- Dedicated consultant at Randstad to help you through the recruitment process and support you during your working career with us
The successful candidate will work in a school where all teaching staff are highly dedicated to meeting the specific needs of all students. You will be working in a caring environment with pupils who want to achieve their best. To apply for the role, please contact Sioned at the Chester office on 01244 500 425 or email me on firstname.lastname@example.org