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        • greater manchester, north west
        • contract
        • competitive
        • randstad education
        Do you want a job role in a dynamic working environment?Do you want to help young people improve their academic success?We are looking for an enthusiastic person to work with young people in KS1 and KS2 in schools in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will aim to improve the academic achievement of primary school children and help them to reach their full potential. You will be teaching the children a range of subjects, including Maths, English and Science. These children may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and Autism (ASC). There are multiple benefits of this role including:* Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainment* The opportunity to work in a diverse role * Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)* Working alongside a skilled staff teamYour responsibilities will include:* Teaching lessons to primary school children* Planning lessons for a range of different subjects* Creating engaging and creative lesson plans for the children* Tracking progress of the pupils and devising plans to improve attainment based on successes and weaknesses of the classThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS on the update service* A teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)* Experience in teaching pupils with SEN* Being passionate about providing an excellent learning experience The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with SEN children. You will be working in a nurturing environment where all the pupils' needs can be attended to. You will be given excellent training and gain lots of experience working with a brilliant group of young children.If this sounds like a role that you would be interested in, please call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want a job role in a dynamic working environment?Do you want to help young people improve their academic success?We are looking for an enthusiastic person to work with young people in KS1 and KS2 in schools in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will aim to improve the academic achievement of primary school children and help them to reach their full potential. You will be teaching the children a range of subjects, including Maths, English and Science. These children may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and Autism (ASC). There are multiple benefits of this role including:* Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainment* The opportunity to work in a diverse role * Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)* Working alongside a skilled staff teamYour responsibilities will include:* Teaching lessons to primary school children* Planning lessons for a range of different subjects* Creating engaging and creative lesson plans for the children* Tracking progress of the pupils and devising plans to improve attainment based on successes and weaknesses of the classThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS on the update service* A teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)* Experience in teaching pupils with SEN* Being passionate about providing an excellent learning experience The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with SEN children. You will be working in a nurturing environment where all the pupils' needs can be attended to. You will be given excellent training and gain lots of experience working with a brilliant group of young children.If this sounds like a role that you would be interested in, please call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • altrincham, north west
        • temporary
        • £60 - £70 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you looking for a new and exciting job role?Do you have experience supporting pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?We are looking for an enthusiastic and positive individual to support pupils at a school in Trafford.You will be working with pupils between the ages of 2 and 11 with learning difficulties and additionalcomplex needs such as autism, physical or sensory impairments, down syndrome and developmentaldelay. The school works within a multi- professional team including speech therapists,physiotherapists, occupational therapists, professional musicians, artists and sports leaders. Theschool has some fantastic facilities including a hydrotherapy pool, softplay room, sensory room, andfabulous outdoor learning spaces.The schools mission statement is "Together, we Make a Difference …" and they achieve this bycreating a personalised curriculum and unique learning journey for every child. The school motto is"To Challenge the Possibilities". The school has several core values: Inclusion Respect Trust Enjoyment Collaboration Creativity Optimism GrowthSome of the schools aims include: Celebrate and value individuality Prioritise the development of children's communication skills and respect what theycommunicate Provide an environment in which each child can develop skills at their own pace and yet stillachieve their full potential Maintain high expectations of learning within each child's capability Discover each child's interests and provide activities which will motivate them to learnindependently Work as a multi-professional team in order to meet the specific needs of all pupilsThe benefits of this role are: The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted Working within a skilled staff team to guide you in your role Gaining valuable experience within the SEN sector Free parking facilities on siteThe responsibilities of this role are: Supporting pupils on a one to one basis or in small groups Setting up the classroom for that days activities Gathering materials needed for lessons Helping with pupils additional needs (e.g. feeding, toileting)The requirements for this role are: Experience working with Special Educational Needs pupils A DBS on the update service A dedication to helping pupils reach their full potential Being an empathetic and resilient individualThe successful candidate will work in an amazing primary school with a warm, friendly and caringworking environment. You will support pupils who want to achieve their best and are eager to learn.The school is aspirational for all their pupils; teaching and learning strategies are personalised tomeet individual need & learning style.If you are interested in applying for this role, please contactSophie on 0161 200 1906 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Are you looking for a new and exciting job role?Do you have experience supporting pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?We are looking for an enthusiastic and positive individual to support pupils at a school in Trafford.You will be working with pupils between the ages of 2 and 11 with learning difficulties and additionalcomplex needs such as autism, physical or sensory impairments, down syndrome and developmentaldelay. The school works within a multi- professional team including speech therapists,physiotherapists, occupational therapists, professional musicians, artists and sports leaders. Theschool has some fantastic facilities including a hydrotherapy pool, softplay room, sensory room, andfabulous outdoor learning spaces.The schools mission statement is "Together, we Make a Difference …" and they achieve this bycreating a personalised curriculum and unique learning journey for every child. The school motto is"To Challenge the Possibilities". The school has several core values: Inclusion Respect Trust Enjoyment Collaboration Creativity Optimism GrowthSome of the schools aims include: Celebrate and value individuality Prioritise the development of children's communication skills and respect what theycommunicate Provide an environment in which each child can develop skills at their own pace and yet stillachieve their full potential Maintain high expectations of learning within each child's capability Discover each child's interests and provide activities which will motivate them to learnindependently Work as a multi-professional team in order to meet the specific needs of all pupilsThe benefits of this role are: The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted Working within a skilled staff team to guide you in your role Gaining valuable experience within the SEN sector Free parking facilities on siteThe responsibilities of this role are: Supporting pupils on a one to one basis or in small groups Setting up the classroom for that days activities Gathering materials needed for lessons Helping with pupils additional needs (e.g. feeding, toileting)The requirements for this role are: Experience working with Special Educational Needs pupils A DBS on the update service A dedication to helping pupils reach their full potential Being an empathetic and resilient individualT