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        • newham, london
        • contract
        • £70 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        A school in Newham are seeking a Learning Mentor. They are looking for someone who will be a positive role model and would like applicants to have worked in a Primary or Secondary school previously or have mentoring experience.The ideal candidate would have recent experience in the same or a similar role and undertaken safeguarding and prevent training.It would be great to hear from you if you have;Experience of working with children who have had to overcome barriers and difficult situationsThe ability to engage parents in supporting children at home by helping to set boundaries and managing behaviourBe confident with working alongside outside organisations to support positive change for these childrenThe desire to go through training and deliver ideas so that the school can implement these immediately or in the near futureThis would be a great opportunity for anyone looking for training opportunities and to be part of a large supportive school. The school also has great transport links and parking is available.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.Alternatively please contact us on 0208 530 0393
        A school in Newham are seeking a Learning Mentor. They are looking for someone who will be a positive role model and would like applicants to have worked in a Primary or Secondary school previously or have mentoring experience.The ideal candidate would have recent experience in the same or a similar role and undertaken safeguarding and prevent training.It would be great to hear from you if you have;Experience of working with children who have had to overcome barriers and difficult situationsThe ability to engage parents in supporting children at home by helping to set boundaries and managing behaviourBe confident with working alongside outside organisations to support positive change for these childrenThe desire to go through training and deliver ideas so that the school can implement these immediately or in the near futureThis would be a great opportunity for anyone looking for training opportunities and to be part of a large supportive school. The school also has great transport links and parking is available.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.Alternatively please contact us on 0208 530 0393
        • newham, london
        • contract
        • £29,000 - £310,000 per year
        • randstad education
        Are you a Newly Qualified Primary Teacher seeking a permanent position for January.What do you think sets you apart and makes you the ideal teacher for this opportunity? If you apply, you can tell us why!A Primary school situated in the London Borough of Newham is seeking to appoint an NQT on a fixed term contract to cover a maternity post in KS2. This is a full time position and the school are welcoming applicants for any year group across KS2 ideally but will consider teachers who are looking to move from KS1.Benefits of the role are:* The opportunity to be complete at least two terms of your induction year with the possibility of staying on in September.* Working in a school where excellence is strived for, every day* A school where children have a positive approach to learning* The opportunity to share ideas with other teachers, imperative during your induction year* The school recognises that it's OK to make mistake's, It's what you do next that really counts* Encouragement to take part in 'school life' as you never know where it may lead* Being able to plan exciting visits for your class to support their learning in Art,History and Geography Responsibilities of the role include:* Adhering to the school's Policies and Procedures * Providing pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and support* Meeting with pupils' parents to discuss their academic progress at parents' evenings* Setting the right example at all times* Occasionally, you may supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsRequirements of the candidate:* You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schools* To be an NQT* Being able to embrace everything that your induction year brings* To possess effective classroom management strategies* Having a DBS already on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS application* Ability to communicate effectively with othersApplicants will need to hold QTS or be suitably qualified to be able to teach in schools in the UK as well as possessing effective classroom management strategies.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Dalbir at Randstad Education on 020 8530 0393SkillsCommunicationEngagingGood classroom managementKey stage 1 experience/ Key stage 2 experience ,Years 1-6 experienceQualificationBA Hons (QTS),BEd,BSc Hons (QTS),PGCE,PGCE,QTSThe school have an impressive track record of supporting NQTs. If you enjoyed your teaching placement in KS2 and want to make a difference to teaching and learning you may find this an exciting challenge. The school is an ideal location where buses and trains can be accessed easily. Parking is also available a few minutes away from the school.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.
        Are you a Newly Qualified Primary Teacher seeking a permanent position for January.What do you think sets you apart and makes you the ideal teacher for this opportunity? If you apply, you can tell us why!A Primary school situated in the London Borough of Newham is seeking to appoint an NQT on a fixed term contract to cover a maternity post in KS2. This is a full time position and the school are welcoming applicants for any year group across KS2 ideally but will consider teachers who are looking to move from KS1.Benefits of the role are:* The opportunity to be complete at least two terms of your induction year with the possibility of staying on in September.* Working in a school where excellence is strived for, every day* A school where children have a positive approach to learning* The opportunity to share ideas with other teachers, imperative during your induction year* The school recognises that it's OK to make mistake's, It's what you do next that really counts* Encouragement to take part in 'school life' as you never know where it may lead* Being able to plan exciting visits for your class to support their learning in Art,History and Geography Responsibilities of the role include:* Adhering to the school's Policies and Procedures * Providing pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and support* Meeting with pupils' parents to discuss their academic progress at parents' evenings* Setting the right example at all times* Occasionally, you may supervise pupils during events and projects outside of the classroom such as cultural outings, field trips and excursionsRequirements of the candidate:* You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schools* To be an NQT* Being able to embrace everything that your induction year brings* To possess effective classroom management strategies* Having a DBS already on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS application* Ability to communicate effectively with othersApplicants will need to hold QTS or be suitably qualified to be able to teach in schools in the UK as well as possessing effective classroom management strategies.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Dalbir at Randstad Education on 020 8530 0393SkillsCommunicationEngagingGood classroom managementKey stage 1 experience/ Key stage 2 experience ,Years 1-6 experienceQualificationBA Hons (QTS),BEd,BSc Hons (QTS),PGCE,PGCE,QTSThe school have an impressive track record of supporting NQTs. If you enjoyed your teaching placement in KS2 and want to make a difference to teaching and learning you may find this an exciting challenge. The school is an ideal location where buses and trains can be accessed easily. Parking is also available a few minutes away from the school.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.
        • city of london, london
        • contract
        • £75 per day
        • randstad education
        We are looking for an experienced Teaching Assistant who could help support a child in a reception class with additional needs. This school near Ilford thrives on supporting children successfully in their education giving them a strong start to life. The school give full support to newly qualified staff and those with less experience. You'll help young people learn and build a solid understanding of the fundamentals of life. You'll be more than a Teaching Assistant, you'll be a role model, mentor and someone who inspires everyone around them to flourish...They're looking for a strong Teaching Assistant to work with a reception child who needs 1:2:1 support in learning and understanding the world around him.Benefits for you:Free training providedWeekly pay Option to go from temporary to permanent What are your responsibilities?Helping the child to become independent and follow a routineSupporting the child's development and working with outside agencies to discuss areas of focusWorking closely with the class teacher and parents to support the child in their learning, extra curricular and behavioural skills What is required?A true desire to work with young people SEND experience Current DBS or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your updated CV. Please send your CV to eastlondon@randstadeducation.co.uk or contact us on 0203 870 6353
        We are looking for an experienced Teaching Assistant who could help support a child in a reception class with additional needs. This school near Ilford thrives on supporting children successfully in their education giving them a strong start to life. The school give full support to newly qualified staff and those with less experience. You'll help young people learn and build a solid understanding of the fundamentals of life. You'll be more than a Teaching Assistant, you'll be a role model, mentor and someone who inspires everyone around them to flourish...They're looking for a strong Teaching Assistant to work with a reception child who needs 1:2:1 support in learning and understanding the world around him.Benefits for you:Free training providedWeekly pay Option to go from temporary to permanent What are your responsibilities?Helping the child to become independent and follow a routineSupporting the child's development and working with outside agencies to discuss areas of focusWorking closely with the class teacher and parents to support the child in their learning, extra curricular and behavioural skills What is required?A true desire to work with young people SEND experience Current DBS or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your updated CV. Please send your CV to eastlondon@randstadeducation.co.uk or contact us on 0203 870 6353
        • redbridge, london
        • contract
        • £70 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to secure a very rewarding Learning Support Assistant role from January as we approach the end of the autumn term?Do you possess a nurturing nature and a willingness to genuinely make a difference to the lives of young children?If so, then we have the ideal job within the London Borough of Redbridge that we would like to speak to you about.A Primary school that we work very closely with is looking to recruit a Learning Support Assistant on a full time basis, a position that begins immediately after the Christmas holidays.The role involves working with children with autism and Global Development Delay and primarily includes Speech & Language and Intervention.This is a school that prides itself on creating a stimulating learning environment and one where the children look forward to going to every day.In addition, it is recognised that to have a place at the heart of the local community, the school needs to boast a curriculum suited to the 21st century, one that prepares children to one day become pro-active national and global citizens.Some benefits of the role are:An inclusive learning environment and cultureHigh quality resources and outstanding additional support within schoolA school that recognises that good special needs practice is good practice for allThe potential to learn from, and to exchange ideas with, other members of staffWorking with young children can bring a lot of job satisfaction, delight, humour and a sense of achievementChildren are central to all decisions made with regards the support they receiveResponsibilities of the role:Supporting children of a lower learning ability than the year group they are inBeing adept within Speech & Language and/or InterventionDeveloping a rapport with children and utilising an empathetic approachTo support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independenceLiaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when requiredRequirements of the candidate:To be pro-active, understanding, empathetic and patientA basic understanding of Speech & Language and/or InterventionTo be punctualUnderstanding of SafeguardingAbility to communicate effectively with childrenBeing able to work full time between September 2019 and, potentially, July 2020Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationThe school is served by excellent bus routes, including those from neighbouring Boroughs, including Waltham Forest.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Rob Davies on 07940 707 150. Alternatively, please email rob.davies1@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Are you looking to secure a very rewarding Learning Support Assistant role from January as we approach the end of the autumn term?Do you possess a nurturing nature and a willingness to genuinely make a difference to the lives of young children?If so, then we have the ideal job within the London Borough of Redbridge that we would like to speak to you about.A Primary school that we work very closely with is looking to recruit a Learning Support Assistant on a full time basis, a position that begins immediately after the Christmas holidays.The role involves working with children with autism and Global Development Delay and primarily includes Speech & Language and Intervention.This is a school that prides itself on creating a stimulating learning environment and one where the children look forward to going to every day.In addition, it is recognised that to have a place at the heart of the local community, the school needs to boast a curriculum suited to the 21st century, one that prepares children to one day become pro-active national and global citizens.Some benefits of the role are:An inclusive learning environment and cultureHigh quality resources and outstanding additional support within schoolA school that recognises that good special needs practice is good practice for allThe potential to learn from, and to exchange ideas with, other members of staffWorking with young children can bring a lot of job satisfaction, delight, humour and a sense of achievementChildren are central to all decisions made with regards the support they receiveResponsibilities of the role:Supporting children of a lower learning ability than the year group they are inBeing adept within Speech & Language and/or InterventionDeveloping a rapport with children and utilising an empathetic approachTo support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independenceLiaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when requiredRequirements of the candidate:To be pro-active, understanding, empathetic and patientA basic understanding of Speech & Language and/or InterventionTo be punctualUnderstanding of SafeguardingAbility to communicate effectively with childrenBeing able to work full time between September 2019 and, potentially, July 2020Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationThe school is served by excellent bus routes, including those from neighbouring Boroughs, including Waltham Forest.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Rob Davies on 07940 707 150. Alternatively, please email rob.davies1@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • ilford, london
        • contract
        • £70 - £75 per day
        • randstad education
        Graduate teaching assistant Year 3 Class - East LondonA school in East Ham are looking for a graduate teaching assistant. The ideal candidate may be looking to get into a teaching role in the future.It would be to work with year 3 and KS2 children to support the class teacher and cover intervention groupsYou must be able to:* Work for 5 days a week 8:30am-4pm* Commit to the role on a long term basis* Plan with the teacher to support and monitor progress and have excellent numeracy and literacy skills (The school will require you to complete a test)The school will consider applicants who:* Hold a degree qualification or may have taught in this role previously* Have had recent training or a placement where you have gained similar experience* Have experience of tutoring childrenThis would be a great opportunity for anyone looking to become a teacher in the future or for someone who has a strong interest in English and Maths. Training and support will be provided in the first few weeks to ensure that you settle in and enjoy what this role has to offer.The school also has great transport links and parking is available.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.Alternatively please contact us on 0208 530 0393 to discuss the role in more detail
        Graduate teaching assistant Year 3 Class - East LondonA school in East Ham are looking for a graduate teaching assistant. The ideal candidate may be looking to get into a teaching role in the future.It would be to work with year 3 and KS2 children to support the class teacher and cover intervention groupsYou must be able to:* Work for 5 days a week 8:30am-4pm* Commit to the role on a long term basis* Plan with the teacher to support and monitor progress and have excellent numeracy and literacy skills (The school will require you to complete a test)The school will consider applicants who:* Hold a degree qualification or may have taught in this role previously* Have had recent training or a placement where you have gained similar experience* Have experience of tutoring childrenThis would be a great opportunity for anyone looking to become a teacher in the future or for someone who has a strong interest in English and Maths. Training and support will be provided in the first few weeks to ensure that you settle in and enjoy what this role has to offer.The school also has great transport links and parking is available.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.Alternatively please contact us on 0208 530 0393 to discuss the role in more detail
        • newham, london
        • contract
        • £130 - £150, per day, negotiable
        • randstad education
        Year 6 Teacher A school in Newham seek a Year 6 teacher for two terms to cover a maternity position. This role could become permanent and the school would be interested in anyone looking for a temporary to permanent teaching post.This position includes:Taking full class teacher responsibility and report writing Being able to plan for different ability groups effectively and support intervention groups. Working with the Year group leaders and members of the SLT during planning meetingsAttending staff meetings to ensure you are up to date with any changes or learning requirementsBeing able to manage two support staff members and direct them as requiredTo work as a teacher in this role you will be required to:Have QTS or equivalent qualifications that allow you to work as a teacher in schoolsPossess effective classroom managementBe able to build and develop professional relationships with both staff and parentsTake on full class teacher responsibility for planning, preparation and assessmentHave some knowledge of SATs and the preparation required before the tests This would be a great opportunity for anyone looking to work in Year 6 and make a difference to what can be achieved before these students move on to Secondary education. If you have thought about teaching in Year 6 and may have covered other KS2 year groups you may find this an exciting challenge. The school is an ideal location where buses and trains can be accessed easily. Parking is also available a few minutes away from the school.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.Alternatively please call us on 0208 530 0393 to discuss the role in more detail
        Year 6 Teacher A school in Newham seek a Year 6 teacher for two terms to cover a maternity position. This role could become permanent and the school would be interested in anyone looking for a temporary to permanent teaching post.This position includes:Taking full class teacher responsibility and report writing Being able to plan for different ability groups effectively and support intervention groups. Working with the Year group leaders and members of the SLT during planning meetingsAttending staff meetings to ensure you are up to date with any changes or learning requirementsBeing able to manage two support staff members and direct them as requiredTo work as a teacher in this role you will be required to:Have QTS or equivalent qualifications that allow you to work as a teacher in schoolsPossess effective classroom managementBe able to build and develop professional relationships with both staff and parentsTake on full class teacher responsibility for planning, preparation and assessmentHave some knowledge of SATs and the preparation required before the tests This would be a great opportunity for anyone looking to work in Year 6 and make a difference to what can be achieved before these students move on to Secondary education. If you have thought about teaching in Year 6 and may have covered other KS2 year groups you may find this an exciting challenge. The school is an ideal location where buses and trains can be accessed easily. Parking is also available a few minutes away from the school.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.Alternatively please call us on 0208 530 0393 to discuss the role in more detail
        • newham, london
        • contract
        • £130 - £141 per day
        • randstad education
        A Primary School in Newham are looking for a PPA teacher on a long term basis. The position is full time and is due to begin in September 2019 . The school is situated amongst excellent transport links and offers a warm, friendly and happy place where children are at the heart of everything the school does. They are proud of their relationships with parents/carers and work in partnership to support the children's learning and development.This position includes:Teaching across the school and therefore requires an ability to work across multiple age groupsWorking with Year group leaders and other teachers in your Year groups during planning meetingsAttending staff meetings to ensure you are up to date with any changes or learning requirementsBeing flexible with timetable changes to cover any last minute absences.To work as a teacher in this role you will be required to:Have QTS or equivalent qualifications that allow you to work as a teacher in schoolsPossess effective classroom managementBe able to build and develop professional relationships with both staff and parentsTake on full class teacher responsibility for planning,preparation and assessmentThis would be a great opportunity for anyone looking to work with KS2 children and gain further experience in these year groups. If you are motivated to achieve results in learning and are looking for a new opportunity to develop your teaching style within a supportive environment then this role could be prefect for you. To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.We are actively interview for this role, if you are interested, please apply without delay.If you are interested please apply to this advert, or alternatively contact Dalbir on 0208 530 0393
        A Primary School in Newham are looking for a PPA teacher on a long term basis. The position is full time and is due to begin in September 2019 . The school is situated amongst excellent transport links and offers a warm, friendly and happy place where children are at the heart of everything the school does. They are proud of their relationships with parents/carers and work in partnership to support the children's learning and development.This position includes:Teaching across the school and therefore requires an ability to work across multiple age groupsWorking with Year group leaders and other teachers in your Year groups during planning meetingsAttending staff meetings to ensure you are up to date with any changes or learning requirementsBeing flexible with timetable changes to cover any last minute absences.To work as a teacher in this role you will be required to:Have QTS or equivalent qualifications that allow you to work as a teacher in schoolsPossess effective classroom managementBe able to build and develop professional relationships with both staff and parentsTake on full class teacher responsibility for planning,preparation and assessmentThis would be a great opportunity for anyone looking to work with KS2 children and gain further experience in these year groups. If you are motivated to achieve results in learning and are looking for a new opportunity to develop your teaching style within a supportive environment then this role could be prefect for you. To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.We are actively interview for this role, if you are interested, please apply without delay.If you are interested please apply to this advert, or alternatively contact Dalbir on 0208 530 0393
        • newham, london
        • contract
        • £71 - £75 per day
        • randstad education
        Long term-Behaviour Support Worker-Newham with Team Teach trainingA school in Newham are seeking a Learning Support Assistant (with Team teach) to work with a boy in Year 5 with behavioural difficulties. They are looking for someone to support this boy and become a positive role model for him. They would like applicants to have worked in a Primary or Secondary school previously or have mentoring experience.You will also need to be flexible to work with a few different children if the boy is not in school during part of the week, but will be offered support by the SENCo and other teaching staff. BenefitsCar parking available and great transport linksAutsim training available and other training opportunities through the school and randstadCompetitive pay ratesProgression available if you are looking to get into a teaching role in the future ResponsibilitiesIt would be to work with a key child and a few different children over the week and support them in class and at lunchtime You must be flexible and willing to cover any internal staff absences if the need arises as a priority on a daily basis.The school are keen to hear from any applicants who may be interested in getting involved in their After School Clubs.RequirementsExperience of working with children through a mainstream or special needs school settingHad recent training or a placement where you have gained SEND experienceHold a qualification to work with SEND children To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application.If you are interested please contact Randstad on 0203 870 6353 or apply today
        Long term-Behaviour Support Worker-Newham with Team Teach trainingA school in Newham are seeking a Learning Support Assistant (with Team teach) to work with a boy in Year 5 with behavioural difficulties. They are looking for someone to support this boy and become a positive role model for him. They would like applicants to have worked in a Primary or Secondary school previously or have mentoring experience.You will also need to be flexible to work with a few different children if the boy is not in school during part of the week, but will be offered support by the SENCo and other teaching staff. BenefitsCar parking available and great transport linksAutsim training available and other training opportunities through the school and randstadCompetitive pay ratesProgression available if you are looking to get into a teaching role in the future ResponsibilitiesIt would be to work with a key child and a few different children over the week and support them in class and at lunchtime You must be flexible and willing to cover any internal staff absences if the need arises as a priority on a daily basis.The school are keen to hear from any applicants who may be interested in getting involved in their After School Clubs.RequirementsExperience of working with children through a mainstream or special needs school settingHad recent training or a placement where you have gained SEND experienceHold a qualification to work with SEND children To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application.If you are interested please contact Randstad on 0203 870 6353 or apply today
        • redbridge, london
        • contract
        • £70 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you looking to secure a very rewarding Learning Support Assistant role after the February half term break?Do you possess a nurturing nature and a willingness to genuinely make a difference to the lives of young children?If so, then we have the ideal job within the London Borough of Redbridge that we would like to speak to you about.A Primary school that we work very closely with is looking to recruit a Learning Support Assistant on a full time basis, a position that begins immediately after the February half term break.The role involves working with children with autism and Global Development Delay and primarily includes Speech & Language and Intervention.This is a school that prides itself on creating a stimulating learning environment and one where the children look forward to going to every day.In addition, it is recognised that to have a place at the heart of the local community, the school needs to boast a curriculum suited to the 21st century, one that prepares children to one day become pro-active national and global citizens.Some benefits of the role are:An inclusive learning environment and cultureA school that recognises that good special needs practice is good practice for allBeing an inspiration!The potential to learn from, and to exchange ideas with, other members of staffWorking with young children can bring a lot of job satisfaction, delight, humour and a sense of achievementChildren are central to all decisions made with regards the support they receiveResponsibilities of the role:Supporting children of a lower learning ability than the year group they are inBeing adept within Speech & Language and/or InterventionDeveloping a rapport with children and utilising an empathetic approachTo support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independenceLiaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when requiredRequirements of the candidate:To be pro-active, understanding, empathetic and patientA basic understanding of Speech & Language and/or InterventionTo be punctualUnderstanding of SafeguardingAbility to communicate effectively with childrenBeing able to work full time between September 2019 and, potentially, July 2020Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationThe school is served by excellent bus routes, including those from neighbouring Boroughs, including Waltham Forest.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Rob Davies on 07940 707 150. Alternatively, please email rob.davies1@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Are you looking to secure a very rewarding Learning Support Assistant role after the February half term break?Do you possess a nurturing nature and a willingness to genuinely make a difference to the lives of young children?If so, then we have the ideal job within the London Borough of Redbridge that we would like to speak to you about.A Primary school that we work very closely with is looking to recruit a Learning Support Assistant on a full time basis, a position that begins immediately after the February half term break.The role involves working with children with autism and Global Development Delay and primarily includes Speech & Language and Intervention.This is a school that prides itself on creating a stimulating learning environment and one where the children look forward to going to every day.In addition, it is recognised that to have a place at the heart of the local community, the school needs to boast a curriculum suited to the 21st century, one that prepares children to one day become pro-active national and global citizens.Some benefits of the role are:An inclusive learning environment and cultureA school that recognises that good special needs practice is good practice for allBeing an inspiration!The potential to learn from, and to exchange ideas with, other members of staffWorking with young children can bring a lot of job satisfaction, delight, humour and a sense of achievementChildren are central to all decisions made with regards the support they receiveResponsibilities of the role:Supporting children of a lower learning ability than the year group they are inBeing adept within Speech & Language and/or InterventionDeveloping a rapport with children and utilising an empathetic approachTo support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independenceLiaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when requiredRequirements of the candidate:To be pro-active, understanding, empathetic and patientA basic understanding of Speech & Language and/or InterventionTo be punctualUnderstanding of SafeguardingAbility to communicate effectively with childrenBeing able to work full time between September 2019 and, potentially, July 2020Having a DBS on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationThe school is served by excellent bus routes, including those from neighbouring Boroughs, including Waltham Forest.Should you wish to apply or would like more information, please contact Rob Davies on 07940 707 150. Alternatively, please email rob.davies1@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • newham, london
        • contract
        • £12.00 - £17.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        English Teacher-Newham A school in East London is looking for a one to one tutor to support with English groups. The groups can range from 3 children up to 5 with morning and afternoon sessions. They are looking for someone who can manage supporting pupils who need to catch up on their English language and English literature skills.Associated Benefits:Competitive payGreat transport linksThe opportunity to exchange ideas with teachers, leading to new ways of learning and teachingAccess to training in school and through randstad tutoring modules Job ResponsibilitiesSupport students with English Language and English Literature with reading focus Plan lessons accordingly and track and record progressBe an engaging and informative tutor to help these students access the best educationTailor 1:1 sessions to suit the needs of individual students Preferred Skills:A creative and versatile teaching styleLevel 3 in a Teaching Assistant qualification or above alternatively, extensive tutoring experience will be consideredA valid DBS To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV to eastlondon@randstadeducation.co.uk and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application.If you are interested please contact Randstad education on 0203 870 6350 or apply to this advert today
        English Teacher-Newham A school in East London is looking for a one to one tutor to support with English groups. The groups can range from 3 children up to 5 with morning and afternoon sessions. They are looking for someone who can manage supporting pupils who need to catch up on their English language and English literature skills.Associated Benefits:Competitive payGreat transport linksThe opportunity to exchange ideas with teachers, leading to new ways of learning and teachingAccess to training in school and through randstad tutoring modules Job ResponsibilitiesSupport students with English Language and English Literature with reading focus Plan lessons accordingly and track and record progressBe an engaging and informative tutor to help these students access the best educationTailor 1:1 sessions to suit the needs of individual students Preferred Skills:A creative and versatile teaching styleLevel 3 in a Teaching Assistant qualification or above alternatively, extensive tutoring experience will be consideredA valid DBS To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV to eastlondon@randstadeducation.co.uk and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application.If you are interested please contact Randstad education on 0203 870 6350 or apply to this advert today
        • newham, london
        • contract
        • £130 - £160, per day, negotiable
        • randstad education
        A Primary School in Newham are looking for a Year 4 teacher on a long term basis from September 2021. The position is full time and will run until the end of the academic year. The school is situated amongst excellent transport links and offers a warm, friendly and happy place where children are at the heart of everything the school does. They are proud of their relationships with parents/carers and work in partnership to support the children's learning and development.This position includes:Teaching in Year 4 and therefore experience KS2 is essentialWorking with Year group leaders and other teachers in your Year groups during planning meetingsAttending staff meetings to ensure you are up to date with any changes or learning requirementsBeing flexible with timetable changes to cover any last minute absences.To work as a teacher in this role you will be required to:Have QTS or equivalent qualifications that allow you to work as a teacher in schoolsPossess effective classroom managementBe able to build and develop professional relationships with both staff and parentsTake on full class teacher responsibility for planning,preparation and assessmentThis would be a great opportunity for anyone looking to work with KS2 children and gain further experience in these year groups. If you are motivated to achieve results in learning and are looking for a new opportunity to develop your teaching style within a supportive environment then this role could be prefect for you. To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV to eastlondon@randstadeducation.co.uk and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to complete an interview over the phone in order to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.Alternatively please call 0203 870 6353
        A Primary School in Newham are looking for a Year 4 teacher on a long term basis from September 2021. The position is full time and will run until the end of the academic year. The school is situated amongst excellent transport links and offers a warm, friendly and happy place where children are at the heart of everything the school does. They are proud of their relationships with parents/carers and work in partnership to support the children's learning and development.This position includes:Teaching in Year 4 and therefore experience KS2 is essentialWorking with Year group leaders and other teachers in your Year groups during planning meetingsAttending staff meetings to ensure you are up to date with any changes or learning requirementsBeing flexible with timetable changes to cover any last minute absences.To work as a teacher in this role you will be required to:Have QTS or equivalent qualifications that allow you to work as a teacher in schoolsPossess effective classroom managementBe able to build and develop professional relationships with both staff and parentsTake on full class teacher responsibility for planning,preparation and assessmentThis would be a great opportunity for anyone looking to work with KS2 children and gain further experience in these year groups. If you are motivated to achieve results in learning and are looking for a new opportunity to develop your teaching style within a supportive environment then this role could be prefect for you. To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV to eastlondon@randstadeducation.co.uk and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to complete an interview over the phone in order to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offered any work.Alternatively please call 0203 870 6353
        • newham, london
        • contract
        • £125 - £150 per day
        • randstad education
        KS1 Intervention TeacherA primary school in east London are looking for a teacher to cover EAL/Intervention groups. Ideally, the right candidate will be confident to work mainly with Year 2. You will need to be highly organised and up for a challenge to support gaps in learning.Benefits of the role are:The opportunity to secure a long term position up until July 2021An understanding that each child is an individual with the room to develop their own unique personalities and behavioursBeing part of a school community that encourages all pupils to apply what they have learnt to the real world Encouraging pupils to show curiosity, self belief and resilienceThe chance to exchange ideas with other teachers, which can lead to new and/or different ways of teachingResponsibilities of the role include:Adhering to the school's policies and proceduresPlanning and preparation of workProviding pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and supportContributing to a safe and secure learning environmentRequirements of the candidate:You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsBeing able to demonstrate the ability to raise standardsHaving a DBS already on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationAbility to communicate effectively with othersLong term supply teachers have the same teaching responsibilities as permanent members of staff. You will prepare lesson plans and teach pupils in accordance with the national curriculum. You will also be responsible for marking student's work and offering constructive criticism.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offerAlternatively please contact us on 0203 870 6353 to discuss the role in more detail
        KS1 Intervention TeacherA primary school in east London are looking for a teacher to cover EAL/Intervention groups. Ideally, the right candidate will be confident to work mainly with Year 2. You will need to be highly organised and up for a challenge to support gaps in learning.Benefits of the role are:The opportunity to secure a long term position up until July 2021An understanding that each child is an individual with the room to develop their own unique personalities and behavioursBeing part of a school community that encourages all pupils to apply what they have learnt to the real world Encouraging pupils to show curiosity, self belief and resilienceThe chance to exchange ideas with other teachers, which can lead to new and/or different ways of teachingResponsibilities of the role include:Adhering to the school's policies and proceduresPlanning and preparation of workProviding pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and supportContributing to a safe and secure learning environmentRequirements of the candidate:You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsBeing able to demonstrate the ability to raise standardsHaving a DBS already on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationAbility to communicate effectively with othersLong term supply teachers have the same teaching responsibilities as permanent members of staff. You will prepare lesson plans and teach pupils in accordance with the national curriculum. You will also be responsible for marking student's work and offering constructive criticism.To apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application. If you are successful at the first screening stage you will be required to attend an interview at your local branch to complete all the necessary compliance checks prior to being offerAlternatively please contact us on 0203 870 6353 to discuss the role in more detail
        • newham, london
        • contract
        • £130 - £140 per day
        • randstad education
        Teacher- to support 1-1 and groupsA school in East London are seeking a teacher to support with their catch up programme. Ideally they would like the teacher to be flexible to work in all year groups from Year 1 to Year 6. You need to have experience of supporting gaps in learning previously and planning for different abilities and setting targets. You will need to be highly organised,have excellent classroom management skills and be flexible and dynamic. Benefits of the role are:The opportunity to secure a long term position up until July 2021Access to inset training via the school and randstad training and supportThe opportunity to develop as a teacher and be part of a supportive schoolThe chance to exchange ideas with other teachers, which can lead to new and/or different ways of teachingResponsibilities of the role include:Adhering to the school's policies and proceduresTaking groups of children and providing them with additional support in Numeracy and LiteracyPlanning and preparation of work and demonstrate that you are a reflective practitioner in your fieldProviding pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and supportWorking with Year group leaders and contributing to a safe and secure learning environmentRequirements of the candidate:You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsBeing able to demonstrate the ability to raise standardsHaving a DBS already on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationAbility to communicate effectively with othersTo apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application.Alternatively please contact us on 0203 870 6353 to discuss the role in more detail
        Teacher- to support 1-1 and groupsA school in East London are seeking a teacher to support with their catch up programme. Ideally they would like the teacher to be flexible to work in all year groups from Year 1 to Year 6. You need to have experience of supporting gaps in learning previously and planning for different abilities and setting targets. You will need to be highly organised,have excellent classroom management skills and be flexible and dynamic. Benefits of the role are:The opportunity to secure a long term position up until July 2021Access to inset training via the school and randstad training and supportThe opportunity to develop as a teacher and be part of a supportive schoolThe chance to exchange ideas with other teachers, which can lead to new and/or different ways of teachingResponsibilities of the role include:Adhering to the school's policies and proceduresTaking groups of children and providing them with additional support in Numeracy and LiteracyPlanning and preparation of work and demonstrate that you are a reflective practitioner in your fieldProviding pupils with necessary feedback, encouragement and supportWorking with Year group leaders and contributing to a safe and secure learning environmentRequirements of the candidate:You will need to hold UK QTS or be suitably qualified to teach in UK schoolsBeing able to demonstrate the ability to raise standardsHaving a DBS already on the Update Service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationAbility to communicate effectively with othersTo apply for this role please send us your up to date CV and one of our dedicated team will contact you to discuss your application.Alternatively please contact us on 0203 870 6353 to discuss the role in more detail
        • london, london
        • contract
        • €10.00 - €12.00 per hour