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        • royton, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £80, per day, dependant on experience
        • randstad education
        Are you experienced in childcare or education? Or maybe you have a support or care worker background? Do you want to use your skills and experience in a specialist alternative provision with children who have additional needs, while working alongside an experienced staff team who will support and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you to work independently? Would you like a new challenge which is extremely rewarding? We are looking for a small number of SEN Teaching Assistants ready to start the new academic year off with an incredible team in alternative provisions in Oldham from September (potential trial day may be expected from the school before the end of term in June/July). We are looking for candidates who are passionate about helping pupils increase their knowledge and giving them a positive learning experience. You should have a passion for providing the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesHave a meaningful curriculum that is inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for allValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Qualification in relevant subject, e.g. Learning and support in schools, health and social care (not essential yet preferred) or experience working with children or adults with additional needsA DBS on the update service (or willing to obtain through Randstad)Experience working within a classroom environment (preferred)Behaviour management experienceBe committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsTo support the pupils by understanding their additional requirements to engage and understand curriculum learning This is an amazing opportunity to work with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you believe in yourself and really want to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children. The successful candidate will work in a challenging yet rewarding environment and will be supported by a skilled staff team who will aim your development in the SEN sector. If you are interested in this role, please click APPLY or if you have any questions feel free to contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Are you experienced in childcare or education? Or maybe you have a support or care worker background? Do you want to use your skills and experience in a specialist alternative provision with children who have additional needs, while working alongside an experienced staff team who will support and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you to work independently? Would you like a new challenge which is extremely rewarding? We are looking for a small number of SEN Teaching Assistants ready to start the new academic year off with an incredible team in alternative provisions in Oldham from September (potential trial day may be expected from the school before the end of term in June/July). We are looking for candidates who are passionate about helping pupils increase their knowledge and giving them a positive learning experience. You should have a passion for providing the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesHave a meaningful curriculum that is inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for allValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Qualification in relevant subject, e.g. Learning and support in schools, health and social care (not essential yet preferred) or experience working with children or adults with additional needsA DBS on the update service (or willing to obtain through Randstad)Experience working within a classroom environment (preferred)Behaviour management experienceBe committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsTo support the pupils by understanding their additional requirements to engage and understand curriculum learning This is an amazing opportunity to work with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you believe in yourself and really want to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children. The successful candidate will work in a challenging yet rewarding environment and will be supported by a skilled staff team who will aim your development in the SEN sector. If you are interested in this role, please click APPLY or if you have any questions feel free to contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • swinton, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £80, per day, dependant on experience
        • randstad education
        Are you experienced in childcare or education? Or maybe you have a support or care worker background? Do you want to use your skills and experience in a specialist alternative provision with children who have additional needs, while working alongside an experienced staff team who will support and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you to work independently? Would you like a new challenge which is extremely rewarding? We are looking for a small number of SEN Teaching Assistants ready to start the new academic year off with an incredible team in alternative provisions in Salford from September (potential trail day may be expected from the school before the end of term in June/July). We are looking for candidates who are passionate about helping pupils increase their knowledge and giving them a positive learning experience. You should have a passion for providing the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesHave a meaningful curriculum that is inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for allValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Qualification in relavent subject, e.g. Learning and support in schools, health and social care (not essential yet preferred) or experience working with children or adults with additional needsA DBS on the update service (or willing to obtain through Randstad)Experience working within a classroom environment (preferred)Be committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsTo support the pupils by understanding their additional requirements to engage and understand curriculum learning This is an amazing opportunity to work with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you believe in yourself and really want to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children. The successful candidate will work in a challenging yet rewarding environment and will be supported by a skilled staff team who will aim your development in the SEN sector. If you are interested in this role, please click APPLY or if you have any questions feel free to contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Are you experienced in childcare or education? Or maybe you have a support or care worker background? Do you want to use your skills and experience in a specialist alternative provision with children who have additional needs, while working alongside an experienced staff team who will support and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you to work independently? Would you like a new challenge which is extremely rewarding? We are looking for a small number of SEN Teaching Assistants ready to start the new academic year off with an incredible team in alternative provisions in Salford from September (potential trail day may be expected from the school before the end of term in June/July). We are looking for candidates who are passionate about helping pupils increase their knowledge and giving them a positive learning experience. You should have a passion for providing the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesHave a meaningful curriculum that is inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for allValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Qualification in relavent subject, e.g. Learning and support in schools, health and social care (not essential yet preferred) or experience working with children or adults with additional needsA DBS on the update service (or willing to obtain through Randstad)Experience working within a classroom environment (preferred)Be committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsTo support the pupils by understanding their additional requirements to engage and understand curriculum learning This is an amazing opportunity to work with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you believe in yourself and really want to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children. The successful candidate will work in a challenging yet rewarding environment and will be supported by a skilled staff team who will aim your development in the SEN sector. If you are interested in this role, please click APPLY or if you have any questions feel free to contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • city of manchester, north west
        • contract
        • £60 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to make a difference?Could you guide a young person to a brighter future?Can you support, mentor and motivate?As a Youth Support Mentor you would implement all of the above in a challenging yet nurturing and rewarding education environment. Working in a pupil referral unit in the Manchester area with pupils ages 11-16 on a one to one basis or in small groups, you will give guidance to pupils who find mainstream education too challenging.This role requires someone who can provide a consistent high quality of support and mentoring, as well as motivating and encouraging pupils to learn in an environment that suits there needs. In addition the role requires someone that can help to develop pupils to progress academically, socially and emotionally.Furthermore you will be an integral part to the pupil's lives and to the school itself. The school pride themselves in providing a safe, supportive and positive environment for all pupils and staff.If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you want to make a difference?Could you guide a young person to a brighter future?Can you support, mentor and motivate?As a Youth Support Mentor you would implement all of the above in a challenging yet nurturing and rewarding education environment. Working in a pupil referral unit in the Manchester area with pupils ages 11-16 on a one to one basis or in small groups, you will give guidance to pupils who find mainstream education too challenging.This role requires someone who can provide a consistent high quality of support and mentoring, as well as motivating and encouraging pupils to learn in an environment that suits there needs. In addition the role requires someone that can help to develop pupils to progress academically, socially and emotionally.Furthermore you will be an integral part to the pupil's lives and to the school itself. The school pride themselves in providing a safe, supportive and positive environment for all pupils and staff.If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • city of manchester, north west
        • contract
        • £17,500 - £18,000 per year
        • randstad education
        Do you want to get into Education as a career? Do you have a sports background? Do you like a challenge?A SEMH School in Manchester are looking for an individual who thrives under pressure, loves to challenge themselves and who can be a perfect role model for pupils who are going down the wrong path. The school in question are in search for a Youth Support Mentor to work with children who have challenging behaviours and social/emotional difficulties. This role will be challenging but highly rewarding seeing the difference you are making to these young peoples lives. You will work on site and off site as both a teaching assistant and sports/activity coordinator. Furthermore the role requires that you can motivate and encourage the pupils to want to learn and want to progress their education, giving them a better chance in the future. Within this environment you will be tasked with the following roles and responsibilities:* Provide opportunities to progress academically, socially and emotionally * Leading by example as a role model* Leading sports and activity sessions* Have an understanding of individuals personalities and needs* Offer guidance and mentoring* Have an understanding/interest in sports* Provide a safe environment to learn* Deal with any challenging or disruptive behaviour* Offer advice and support* Develop self confidence, positive self image and independence * Fully compliant in safeguarding policies and proceduresThis opportunity offers a unique experience in education, whether you are looking to get started in your career or you would like a change to your current role in education or childcare. The environment of this SEMH School is unlike that of a mainstream school as it is much more nurturing, pastoral, student focused and personal, giving you the chance to really have an impact and create a relationship with the students. Requirements for this role include:* Experience working with children in any professional setting* Experience working in care or with vulnerable people if you don't have the above* Sports background* Coaching badges preferred* A strong personality* A driving license is preferred but not a necessity* A DBS on the update service is preferred but not a necessity* Ability to attain a reference from working with children or careThe school offer a positive, friendly and supportive working environment to all of their employees as this is as an integral part to their success. They are looking for someone to come in and really impress from the off, showing a genuine desire to help.If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk .
        Do you want to get into Education as a career? Do you have a sports background? Do you like a challenge?A SEMH School in Manchester are looking for an individual who thrives under pressure, loves to challenge themselves and who can be a perfect role model for pupils who are going down the wrong path. The school in question are in search for a Youth Support Mentor to work with children who have challenging behaviours and social/emotional difficulties. This role will be challenging but highly rewarding seeing the difference you are making to these young peoples lives. You will work on site and off site as both a teaching assistant and sports/activity coordinator. Furthermore the role requires that you can motivate and encourage the pupils to want to learn and want to progress their education, giving them a better chance in the future. Within this environment you will be tasked with the following roles and responsibilities:* Provide opportunities to progress academically, socially and emotionally * Leading by example as a role model* Leading sports and activity sessions* Have an understanding of individuals personalities and needs* Offer guidance and mentoring* Have an understanding/interest in sports* Provide a safe environment to learn* Deal with any challenging or disruptive behaviour* Offer advice and support* Develop self confidence, positive self image and independence * Fully compliant in safeguarding policies and proceduresThis opportunity offers a unique experience in education, whether you are looking to get started in your career or you would like a change to your current role in education or childcare. The environment of this SEMH School is unlike that of a mainstream school as it is much more nurturing, pastoral, student focused and personal, giving you the chance to really have an impact and create a relationship with the students. Requirements for this role include:* Experience working with children in any professional setting* Experience working in care or with vulnerable people if you don't have the above* Sports background* Coaching badges preferred* A strong personality* A driving license is preferred but not a necessity* A DBS on the update service is preferred but not a necessity* Ability to attain a reference from working with children or careThe school offer a positive, friendly and supportive working environment to all of their employees as this is as an integral part to their success. They are looking for someone to come in and really impress from the off, showing a genuine desire to help.If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk .
        • rochdale, north west
        • contract
        • £60 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to make a difference to a young person's life?Can you encourage and motivate a child to a better future?Do you want a challenging yet highly rewarding career?A pupil referral unit in Rochdale are seeking a Youth Engagement Mentor to provide a nurturing and motivating educational environment. Working with pupils aged 11-16 in small group's and one to one basis you will be there to mentor and guide students to get them back on track and back in mainstream education.Within this environment you will be tasked with the following roles and responsibilities:Provide opportunities to progress academically, socially and emotionallyHave an open, fair and consistent approachHave an understanding of individuals personalities and needsOffer guidance and mentoringProvide a safe environment to learnDeal with any challenging or disruptive behaviourEncourage and motivateOffer advice and supportDevelop self confidence, positive self image and independenceFully compliant in safeguarding policies and proceduresIs this something you'd like to be a fundamental part of?If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you want to make a difference to a young person's life?Can you encourage and motivate a child to a better future?Do you want a challenging yet highly rewarding career?A pupil referral unit in Rochdale are seeking a Youth Engagement Mentor to provide a nurturing and motivating educational environment. Working with pupils aged 11-16 in small group's and one to one basis you will be there to mentor and guide students to get them back on track and back in mainstream education.Within this environment you will be tasked with the following roles and responsibilities:Provide opportunities to progress academically, socially and emotionallyHave an open, fair and consistent approachHave an understanding of individuals personalities and needsOffer guidance and mentoringProvide a safe environment to learnDeal with any challenging or disruptive behaviourEncourage and motivateOffer advice and supportDevelop self confidence, positive self image and independenceFully compliant in safeguarding policies and proceduresIs this something you'd like to be a fundamental part of?If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • city of manchester, north west
        • contract
        • £60 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to get into Education as a career? Do you have a sports background? Do you like a challenge?A SEMH School in Manchester are looking for an individual who thrives under pressure, loves to challenge themselves and who can be a perfect role model for pupils who are going down the wrong path. The school in question are in search for a Youth Support Mentor to work with children who have challenging behaviours and social/emotional difficulties. This role will be challenging but highly rewarding seeing the difference you are making to these young peoples lives. You will work onsite and offsite as both a teaching assistant and sports/activity coordinator. Furthermore the role requires that you can motivate and encourage the pupils to want to learn and want to progress their education, giving them a better chance in the future. Within this environment you will be tasked with the following roles and responsibilities:* Provide opportunities to progress academically, socially and emotionally * Leading by example as a role model* Leading sports and activity sessions* Have an understanding of individuals personalities and needs* Offer guidance and mentoring* Have an understanding/interest in sports* Provide a safe environment to learn* Deal with any challenging or disruptive behaviour* Offer advice and support* Develop self confidence, positive self image and independence * Fully compliant in safeguarding policies and proceduresThis opportunity offers a unique experience in education, whether you are looking to get started in your career or you would like a change to your current role in education or childcare. The environment of this SEMH School is unlike that of a mainstream school as it is much more nurturing, pastoral, student focused and personal, giving you the chance to really have an impact and create a relationship with the students. Requirements for this role include:* Experience working with children in any professional setting* Experience working in care or with vulnerable people if you don't have the above* Sports background* Coaching badges preferred* A strong personality* A driving license is preferred but not a necessity* A DBS on the update service is preferred but not a necessity* Ability to attain a reference from working with children or careThe school offer a positive, friendly and supportive working environment to all of their employees as this is as an integral part to their success. They are looking for someone to come in and really impress from the off, showing a genuine desire to help.If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk .
        Do you want to get into Education as a career? Do you have a sports background? Do you like a challenge?A SEMH School in Manchester are looking for an individual who thrives under pressure, loves to challenge themselves and who can be a perfect role model for pupils who are going down the wrong path. The school in question are in search for a Youth Support Mentor to work with children who have challenging behaviours and social/emotional difficulties. This role will be challenging but highly rewarding seeing the difference you are making to these young peoples lives. You will work onsite and offsite as both a teaching assistant and sports/activity coordinator. Furthermore the role requires that you can motivate and encourage the pupils to want to learn and want to progress their education, giving them a better chance in the future. Within this environment you will be tasked with the following roles and responsibilities:* Provide opportunities to progress academically, socially and emotionally * Leading by example as a role model* Leading sports and activity sessions* Have an understanding of individuals personalities and needs* Offer guidance and mentoring* Have an understanding/interest in sports* Provide a safe environment to learn* Deal with any challenging or disruptive behaviour* Offer advice and support* Develop self confidence, positive self image and independence * Fully compliant in safeguarding policies and proceduresThis opportunity offers a unique experience in education, whether you are looking to get started in your career or you would like a change to your current role in education or childcare. The environment of this SEMH School is unlike that of a mainstream school as it is much more nurturing, pastoral, student focused and personal, giving you the chance to really have an impact and create a relationship with the students. Requirements for this role include:* Experience working with children in any professional setting* Experience working in care or with vulnerable people if you don't have the above* Sports background* Coaching badges preferred* A strong personality* A driving license is preferred but not a necessity* A DBS on the update service is preferred but not a necessity* Ability to attain a reference from working with children or careThe school offer a positive, friendly and supportive working environment to all of their employees as this is as an integral part to their success. They are looking for someone to come in and really impress from the off, showing a genuine desire to help.If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk .
        • city of manchester, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £75 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you a Sports Coach wanting to get into Education? Do you aspire to be a PE Teacher? Want the opportunity to progress? A school in Manchester are looking for individuals who have a passion for both education and sports, combing both to help children who need it most. Someone who loves to challenge themselves and who can be a perfect role model for pupils who are going down the wrong path.The school in question are in search for sports coaches to work with children who have challenging behaviours and social/emotional difficulties. Previous candidates who have been successful have a coaching or sports background but have gone on to do so much more in Education. This role will be challenging but highly rewarding seeing the difference you are making to these young peoples lives.You will work onsite and offsite as both a teaching assistant and sports/activity coordinator.Furthermore the role requires that you can motivate and encourage the pupils to want to learn and want to progress their education, giving them a better chance in the future.Within this environment you will be tasked with the following roles and responsibilities:* Provide opportunities to progress academically, socially and emotionally* Leading by example as a role model* Leading sports and activity sessions* Have an understanding of individuals personalities and needs* Offer guidance and mentoring* Have an understanding/interest in sports* Provide a safe environment to learn* Deal with any challenging or disruptive behaviour* Offer advice and support* Develop self confidence, positive self image and independence* Fully compliant in safeguarding policies and proceduresThis opportunity offers a unique experience in education, whether you are looking to get started in your career or you would like a change to your current role in education or childcare.The environment of this SEMH School is unlike that of a mainstream school as it is much more nurturing, pastoral, student focused and personal, giving you the chance to really have an impact and create a relationship with the students.Requirements for this role include:* Experience working with children in any professional setting* Experience working in care or with vulnerable people if you don't have the above* Sports background* Coaching badges preferred* A strong personality* A driving license is preferred but not a necessity* A DBS on the update service is preferred but not a necessity* Ability to attain a reference from working with children or careThe school offer a positive, friendly and supportive working environment to all of their employees as this is as an integral part to their success.They are looking for someone to come in and really impress from the off, showing a genuine desire to help.If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk .
        Are you a Sports Coach wanting to get into Education? Do you aspire to be a PE Teacher? Want the opportunity to progress? A school in Manchester are looking for individuals who have a passion for both education and sports, combing both to help children who need it most. Someone who loves to challenge themselves and who can be a perfect role model for pupils who are going down the wrong path.The school in question are in search for sports coaches to work with children who have challenging behaviours and social/emotional difficulties. Previous candidates who have been successful have a coaching or sports background but have gone on to do so much more in Education. This role will be challenging but highly rewarding seeing the difference you are making to these young peoples lives.You will work onsite and offsite as both a teaching assistant and sports/activity coordinator.Furthermore the role requires that you can motivate and encourage the pupils to want to learn and want to progress their education, giving them a better chance in the future.Within this environment you will be tasked with the following roles and responsibilities:* Provide opportunities to progress academically, socially and emotionally* Leading by example as a role model* Leading sports and activity sessions* Have an understanding of individuals personalities and needs* Offer guidance and mentoring* Have an understanding/interest in sports* Provide a safe environment to learn* Deal with any challenging or disruptive behaviour* Offer advice and support* Develop self confidence, positive self image and independence* Fully compliant in safeguarding policies and proceduresThis opportunity offers a unique experience in education, whether you are looking to get started in your career or you would like a change to your current role in education or childcare.The environment of this SEMH School is unlike that of a mainstream school as it is much more nurturing, pastoral, student focused and personal, giving you the chance to really have an impact and create a relationship with the students.Requirements for this role include:* Experience working with children in any professional setting* Experience working in care or with vulnerable people if you don't have the above* Sports background* Coaching badges preferred* A strong personality* A driving license is preferred but not a necessity* A DBS on the update service is preferred but not a necessity* Ability to attain a reference from working with children or careThe school offer a positive, friendly and supportive working environment to all of their employees as this is as an integral part to their success.They are looking for someone to come in and really impress from the off, showing a genuine desire to help.If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk .
        • oldham, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you a Sports Coach wanting to get into Education? Do you aspire to be a PE Teacher? Want the opportunity to progress? A school in Manchester are looking for individuals who have a passion for both education and sports, combing both to help children who need it most. Someone who loves to challenge themselves and who can be a perfect role model for pupils who are going down the wrong path.The school in question are in search for sports coaches to work with children who have challenging behaviours and social/emotional difficulties. Previous candidates who have been successful have a coaching or sports background but have gone on to do so much more in Education. This role will be challenging but highly rewarding seeing the difference you are making to these young peoples lives.You will work onsite and offsite as both a teaching assistant and sports/activity coordinator.Furthermore the role requires that you can motivate and encourage the pupils to want to learn and want to progress their education, giving them a better chance in the future.Within this environment you will be tasked with the following roles and responsibilities:* Provide opportunities to progress academically, socially and emotionally* Leading by example as a role model* Leading sports and activity sessions* Have an understanding of individuals personalities and needs* Offer guidance and mentoring* Have an understanding/interest in sports* Provide a safe environment to learn* Deal with any challenging or disruptive behaviour* Offer advice and support* Develop self confidence, positive self image and independence* Fully compliant in safeguarding policies and proceduresThis opportunity offers a unique experience in education, whether you are looking to get started in your career or you would like a change to your current role in education or childcare.The environment of this SEMH School is unlike that of a mainstream school as it is much more nurturing, pastoral, student focused and personal, giving you the chance to really have an impact and create a relationship with the students.Requirements for this role include:* Experience working with children in any professional setting* Experience working in care or with vulnerable people if you don't have the above* Sports background* Coaching badges preferred* A strong personality* A driving license is preferred but not a necessity* A DBS on the update service is preferred but not a necessity* Ability to attain a reference from working with children or careThe school offer a positive, friendly and supportive working environment to all of their employees as this is as an integral part to their success.They are looking for someone to come in and really impress from the off, showing a genuine desire to help.If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk .
        Are you a Sports Coach wanting to get into Education? Do you aspire to be a PE Teacher? Want the opportunity to progress? A school in Manchester are looking for individuals who have a passion for both education and sports, combing both to help children who need it most. Someone who loves to challenge themselves and who can be a perfect role model for pupils who are going down the wrong path.The school in question are in search for sports coaches to work with children who have challenging behaviours and social/emotional difficulties. Previous candidates who have been successful have a coaching or sports background but have gone on to do so much more in Education. This role will be challenging but highly rewarding seeing the difference you are making to these young peoples lives.You will work onsite and offsite as both a teaching assistant and sports/activity coordinator.Furthermore the role requires that you can motivate and encourage the pupils to want to learn and want to progress their education, giving them a better chance in the future.Within this environment you will be tasked with the following roles and responsibilities:* Provide opportunities to progress academically, socially and emotionally* Leading by example as a role model* Leading sports and activity sessions* Have an understanding of individuals personalities and needs* Offer guidance and mentoring* Have an understanding/interest in sports* Provide a safe environment to learn* Deal with any challenging or disruptive behaviour* Offer advice and support* Develop self confidence, positive self image and independence* Fully compliant in safeguarding policies and proceduresThis opportunity offers a unique experience in education, whether you are looking to get started in your career or you would like a change to your current role in education or childcare.The environment of this SEMH School is unlike that of a mainstream school as it is much more nurturing, pastoral, student focused and personal, giving you the chance to really have an impact and create a relationship with the students.Requirements for this role include:* Experience working with children in any professional setting* Experience working in care or with vulnerable people if you don't have the above* Sports background* Coaching badges preferred* A strong personality* A driving license is preferred but not a necessity* A DBS on the update service is preferred but not a necessity* Ability to attain a reference from working with children or careThe school offer a positive, friendly and supportive working environment to all of their employees as this is as an integral part to their success.They are looking for someone to come in and really impress from the off, showing a genuine desire to help.If you would like more information on this role please give me a call on 0161 200 1904 or email across your CV to christian.thoburn@randstadeducation.co.uk .
        • rochdale, north west
        • contract
        • £10.00 - £10.00, per hour, CPD
        • randstad education
        Are you an dynamic, enthusiastic teaching assistant? Keen to support Key Stage 2 pupils? Are you passionate about bridging the gap the students have had during Covid and committed to the well-being of primary age children?We currently require a teaching assisant to join one of our Primary schools in Rochdale area for a position in September 2021, You will be joining a busy team committed to supporting some of the most vulnerable students. You will mainly support in class across all subjects, assisting students who need extra help or direction. You will need:To have a sound knowledge of the Key Stage 2 curriculumExperience or prior knowledge of supporting children in Schools.Good behaviour management skills.To be able to use effective strategies to promote positive attitudes to learningTo have the ability to inspire children and provide high quality learning experiencesYou will benefit fromWorking with a dedicated, supportive and enthusiastic team of staff A superb learning environment with excellent resources to facilitate learningAdditional training/CPD - Commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including adverse childhood experiences, safeguarding and working with Autism.The role will involve supporting the teacher in the classroom and supporting children with their learning in 1:1 or small groups. Knowledge of a range of primary based Interventions will be an advantage.Please apply now or call 0161 200 1906 and ask to speak to Jennifer for more details or contact on: jennifer.crowder1@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        Are you an dynamic, enthusiastic teaching assistant? Keen to support Key Stage 2 pupils? Are you passionate about bridging the gap the students have had during Covid and committed to the well-being of primary age children?We currently require a teaching assisant to join one of our Primary schools in Rochdale area for a position in September 2021, You will be joining a busy team committed to supporting some of the most vulnerable students. You will mainly support in class across all subjects, assisting students who need extra help or direction. You will need:To have a sound knowledge of the Key Stage 2 curriculumExperience or prior knowledge of supporting children in Schools.Good behaviour management skills.To be able to use effective strategies to promote positive attitudes to learningTo have the ability to inspire children and provide high quality learning experiencesYou will benefit fromWorking with a dedicated, supportive and enthusiastic team of staff A superb learning environment with excellent resources to facilitate learningAdditional training/CPD - Commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including adverse childhood experiences, safeguarding and working with Autism.The role will involve supporting the teacher in the classroom and supporting children with their learning in 1:1 or small groups. Knowledge of a range of primary based Interventions will be an advantage.Please apply now or call 0161 200 1906 and ask to speak to Jennifer for more details or contact on: jennifer.crowder1@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        • oldham, north west
        • permanent
        • £16,000 - £16,000, per year, CPD
        • randstad education
        Are you an experienced level 3 Nursery Nurse. Do you have a proactive approach to supporting learning & development? Are you passionate about the EYFS framework and learning through play?Do you need the flexibility of a role that is during term time only?If you answer yes to these questions, then we could have the perfect role for you!Randstad Education are looking for a Nursery Nurse for an outstanding Private day nursery in Oldham. Requirements:A calm & caring personalityLevel 3 EYFS qualification or equivalent Be able to building strong bonds with children and staff quicklyTo be able to work on a shift rota between 8am - 530pmExperience in a Keyworker roleResponsibilities:Report and record childrens progress Supporting the children in completing day to day tasks and with their learningEnsuring that pupils are safeguarded and supportedTo plan activities in line with EYFS frameworkBenefits of the role:A dedicated and supportive teamAdditional training/CPD - Commitment to your continuing professional developmentGenerous Pension SchemeFantastic Staff Benefits and Rewards platformVery generous holiday entitlementFree confidential counselling serviceStaff recognition awards You will be working alongside dedicated, hardworking an d talented staff in an attractive and well-resourced learning environment, You will be required to work as a team and individually to provide a safe, stimulating and caring environment, encouraging children to learn.Please apply now or call 0161 200 1906 and ask to speak to Jennifer for more details or contact on: jennifer.crowder1@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        Are you an experienced level 3 Nursery Nurse. Do you have a proactive approach to supporting learning & development? Are you passionate about the EYFS framework and learning through play?Do you need the flexibility of a role that is during term time only?If you answer yes to these questions, then we could have the perfect role for you!Randstad Education are looking for a Nursery Nurse for an outstanding Private day nursery in Oldham. Requirements:A calm & caring personalityLevel 3 EYFS qualification or equivalent Be able to building strong bonds with children and staff quicklyTo be able to work on a shift rota between 8am - 530pmExperience in a Keyworker roleResponsibilities:Report and record childrens progress Supporting the children in completing day to day tasks and with their learningEnsuring that pupils are safeguarded and supportedTo plan activities in line with EYFS frameworkBenefits of the role:A dedicated and supportive teamAdditional training/CPD - Commitment to your continuing professional developmentGenerous Pension SchemeFantastic Staff Benefits and Rewards platformVery generous holiday entitlementFree confidential counselling serviceStaff recognition awards You will be working alongside dedicated, hardworking an d talented staff in an attractive and well-resourced learning environment, You will be required to work as a team and individually to provide a safe, stimulating and caring environment, encouraging children to learn.Please apply now or call 0161 200 1906 and ask to speak to Jennifer for more details or contact on: jennifer.crowder1@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        • bury, north west
        • contract
        • £120 - £140 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to work with a supportive and enthusiastic staff team who are committed to achieving high standards?Do you want the opportunity to scope and develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils?We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to teach KS3 and KS4 students with additional needs. You will be working in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will teach a range of classes to SEN pupils. These pupils may have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs. These include severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).The benefits of this role are:The opportunity to ensure pupils with additional needs reach their full potentialBeing able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sectorThe opportunity to contribute to a dynamic environmentWorking with pupils who are eager to learn.Your responsibilities will include:Devising lesson plans to suit the pupils and increase their learningDelivering engaging lessons to pupilsSupporting the additional needs of the pupilsDifferentiating lesson plans to ensure equal accessibility to learningKeeping track of students progressRequirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs welcome to apply)Dedication to improving pupil's learning experienceExperience working with pupils with SENThe successful candidate will work with the secondary school students in a warm and nurturing environment and will create a positive learning experience for the pupils. The school has the facilities to accommodate the student's needs. You will be provided with the training required to excel in the SEN sector with continuous support from fellow staff members.If you are looking for a new career path into special needs or you are a newly qualified teacher ready to take on your own class and start progressing your career and are interested in this role, call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.ukAssociated Benefits:
        Do you want to work with a supportive and enthusiastic staff team who are committed to achieving high standards?Do you want the opportunity to scope and develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils?We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to teach KS3 and KS4 students with additional needs. You will be working in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will teach a range of classes to SEN pupils. These pupils may have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs. These include severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).The benefits of this role are:The opportunity to ensure pupils with additional needs reach their full potentialBeing able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sectorThe opportunity to contribute to a dynamic environmentWorking with pupils who are eager to learn.Your responsibilities will include:Devising lesson plans to suit the pupils and increase their learningDelivering engaging lessons to pupilsSupporting the additional needs of the pupilsDifferentiating lesson plans to ensure equal accessibility to learningKeeping track of students progressRequirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs welcome to apply)Dedication to improving pupil's learning experienceExperience working with pupils with SENThe successful candidate will work with the secondary school students in a warm and nurturing environment and will create a positive learning experience for the pupils. The school has the facilities to accommodate the student's needs. You will be provided with the training required to excel in the SEN sector with continuous support from fellow staff members.If you are looking for a new career path into special needs or you are a newly qualified teacher ready to take on your own class and start progressing your career and are interested in this role, call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.ukAssociated Benefits:
        • bolton, north west
        • temporary
        • £120 - £140 per day
        • 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) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).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 attainmentThe 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 childrenPlanning lessons for a range of different subjectsCreating engaging and creative lesson plans for the childrenTracking 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 serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)Experience in teaching pupils with SENBeing passionate about providing an excellent learning experienceThe 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) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).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 attainmentThe 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 childrenPlanning lessons for a range of different subjectsCreating engaging and creative lesson plans for the childrenTracking 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 serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)Experience in teaching pupils with SENBeing passionate about providing an excellent learning experienceThe 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
        • dukinfield, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £70 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you passionate about helping pupils achieve their best and helping them to reach their full potential?Do you have experience working with children or adults with additional care needs?Do you want to expand your career and gain experience working within the SEND sector?We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a high school and support pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning September until the end of the academic year. The school is based in the Tameside area.The school strives every day to improve their provision for their pupils and they want to be offering their pupils the absolutely best education possible. The school believes that inclusion means having the pupils' needs met - both within school subjects, but also including their social and emotional needs that underpin academic progress. The pupils in the school may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school rated outstanding by OfstedGaining valuable experience in the SEND sectorWorking with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop your skills as a teaching assistantWorking with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include:Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessonsWorking in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupilsHelping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plansAssist pupils with personal care The requirements for the role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience with children or adults with additional care needsBe committed to achieving high levels of attainment for studentsHave a good team ethic, want to support and make a difference If you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Are you passionate about helping pupils achieve their best and helping them to reach their full potential?Do you have experience working with children or adults with additional care needs?Do you want to expand your career and gain experience working within the SEND sector?We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a high school and support pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning September until the end of the academic year. The school is based in the Tameside area.The school strives every day to improve their provision for their pupils and they want to be offering their pupils the absolutely best education possible. The school believes that inclusion means having the pupils' needs met - both within school subjects, but also including their social and emotional needs that underpin academic progress. The pupils in the school may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school rated outstanding by OfstedGaining valuable experience in the SEND sectorWorking with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop your skills as a teaching assistantWorking with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include:Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessonsWorking in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupilsHelping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plansAssist pupils with personal care The requirements for the role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience with children or adults with additional care needsBe committed to achieving high levels of attainment for studentsHave a good team ethic, want to support and make a difference If you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • bolton, north west
        • contract
        • £120 - £140 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to work with a supportive and enthusiastic staff team who are committed to achieving high standards?Do you want the opportunity to scope and develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils?We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to teach KS3 and KS4 students with additional needs. You will be working in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will teach a range of classes to SEN pupils. These pupils may have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs. These include severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).The benefits of this role are:The opportunity to ensure pupils with additional needs reach their full potential Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sectorThe opportunity to contribute to a dynamic environmentWorking with pupils who are eager to learn.Your responsibilities will include:Devising lesson plans to suit the pupils and increase their learningDelivering engaging lessons to pupilsSupporting the additional needs of the pupilsDifferentiating lesson plans to ensure equal accessibility to learningKeeping track of students progressRequirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs welcome to apply)Dedication to improving pupils' learning experienceExperience working with pupils with SENThe successful candidate will work with the secondary school students in a warm and nurturing environment and will create a positive learning experience for the pupils. The school has the facilities to accommodate the students' needs. You will be provided with the training required to excel in the SEN sector with continuous support from fellow staff members. If you are looking for a new career path into special needs or you are a newly qualified teacher ready to take on your own class and start progressing your career and are interested in this role, call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want to work with a supportive and enthusiastic staff team who are committed to achieving high standards?Do you want the opportunity to scope and develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils?We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to teach KS3 and KS4 students with additional needs. You will be working in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will teach a range of classes to SEN pupils. These pupils may have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs. These include severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).The benefits of this role are:The opportunity to ensure pupils with additional needs reach their full potential Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sectorThe opportunity to contribute to a dynamic environmentWorking with pupils who are eager to learn.Your responsibilities will include:Devising lesson plans to suit the pupils and increase their learningDelivering engaging lessons to pupilsSupporting the additional needs of the pupilsDifferentiating lesson plans to ensure equal accessibility to learningKeeping track of students progressRequirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs welcome to apply)Dedication to improving pupils' learning experienceExperience working with pupils with SENThe successful candidate will work with the secondary school students in a warm and nurturing environment and will create a positive learning experience for the pupils. The school has the facilities to accommodate the students' needs. You will be provided with the training required to excel in the SEN sector with continuous support from fellow staff members. If you are looking for a new career path into special needs or you are a newly qualified teacher ready to take on your own class and start progressing your career and are interested in this role, call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • eccles, north west
        • contract
        • £120 - £140 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to work with a supportive and enthusiastic staff team who are committed to achieving high standards?Do you want the opportunity to scope and develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils?We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to teach KS3 and KS4 students with additional needs. You will be working in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will teach a range of classes to SEN pupils. These pupils may have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs. These include severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).The benefits of this role are:The opportunity to ensure pupils with additional needs reach their full potential Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sectorThe opportunity to contribute to a dynamic environmentWorking with pupils who are eager to learn.Your responsibilities will include:Devising lesson plans to suit the pupils and increase their learningDelivering engaging lessons to pupilsSupporting the additional needs of the pupilsDifferentiating lesson plans to ensure equal accessibility to learningKeeping track of students progressRequirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs welcome to apply)Dedication to improving pupils' learning experienceExperience working with pupils with SENThe successful candidate will work with the secondary school students in a warm and nurturing environment and will create a positive learning experience for the pupils. The school has the facilities to accommodate the students' needs. You will be provided with the training required to excel in the SEN sector with continuous support from fellow staff members.If you are looking for a new career path into special needs or you are a newly qualified teacher ready to take on your own class and start progressing your career and are interested in this role, call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want to work with a supportive and enthusiastic staff team who are committed to achieving high standards?Do you want the opportunity to scope and develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils?We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to teach KS3 and KS4 students with additional needs. You will be working in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will teach a range of classes to SEN pupils. These pupils may have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs. These include severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).The benefits of this role are:The opportunity to ensure pupils with additional needs reach their full potential Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sectorThe opportunity to contribute to a dynamic environmentWorking with pupils who are eager to learn.Your responsibilities will include:Devising lesson plans to suit the pupils and increase their learningDelivering engaging lessons to pupilsSupporting the additional needs of the pupilsDifferentiating lesson plans to ensure equal accessibility to learningKeeping track of students progressRequirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs welcome to apply)Dedication to improving pupils' learning experienceExperience working with pupils with SENThe successful candidate will work with the secondary school students in a warm and nurturing environment and will create a positive learning experience for the pupils. The school has the facilities to accommodate the students' needs. You will be provided with the training required to excel in the SEN sector with continuous support from fellow staff members.If you are looking for a new career path into special needs or you are a newly qualified teacher ready to take on your own class and start progressing your career and are interested in this role, call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • bury, north west
        • contract
        • £120 - £140 per day
        • 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) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).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 attainmentThe 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 childrenPlanning lessons for a range of different subjectsCreating engaging and creative lesson plans for the childrenTracking 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 serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)Experience in teaching pupils with SENBeing passionate about providing an excellent learning experienceThe 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) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).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 attainmentThe 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 childrenPlanning lessons for a range of different subjectsCreating engaging and creative lesson plans for the childrenTracking 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 serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)Experience in teaching pupils with SENBeing passionate about providing an excellent learning experienceThe 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
        • oldham, north west
        • contract
        • £120 - £140 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you passionate about helping pupils achieve their best and helping them to reach their full potential?Do you have experience working with children or adults with additional care needs?Do you want to expand your career and gain experience working within the SEND sector?We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a high school and support pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning September until the end of the academic year. The school is based in the Tameside area.The school strives every day to improve their provision for their pupils and they want to be offering their pupils the absolutely best education possible. The school believes that inclusion means having the pupils' needs met - both within school subjects, but also including their social and emotional needs that underpin academic progress. The pupils in the school may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school rated outstanding by OfstedGaining valuable experience in the SEND sectorWorking with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop your skills as a teaching assistantWorking with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include:Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessonsWorking in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupilsHelping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plansAssist pupils with personal care The requirements for the role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience with children or adults with additional care needsBe committed to achieving high levels of attainment for studentsHave a good team ethic, want to support and make a difference If you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Are you passionate about helping pupils achieve their best and helping them to reach their full potential?Do you have experience working with children or adults with additional care needs?Do you want to expand your career and gain experience working within the SEND sector?We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a high school and support pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning September until the end of the academic year. The school is based in the Tameside area.The school strives every day to improve their provision for their pupils and they want to be offering their pupils the absolutely best education possible. The school believes that inclusion means having the pupils' needs met - both within school subjects, but also including their social and emotional needs that underpin academic progress. The pupils in the school may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school rated outstanding by OfstedGaining valuable experience in the SEND sectorWorking with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop your skills as a teaching assistantWorking with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include:Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessonsWorking in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupilsHelping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plansAssist pupils with personal care The requirements for the role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience with children or adults with additional care needsBe committed to achieving high levels of attainment for studentsHave a good team ethic, want to support and make a difference If you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • blackley, north west
        • contract
        • £130 - £160 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience working as an SEN teacher and want to take on a new challenge in your career?Do you want to work with pupils who are eager to learn and help them to progress in their education?We are looking for an experienced SEN teacher to work in a high school with pupils aged between 11 and 19. These pupils have a statement of special educational needs (SEN) from severe learning difficulties (SLD) to profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). Some pupils have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs and some pupils have high dependency medical needs or autism spectrum conditions (ASC). There are many facilities in the school, including:Fully equipped multi-sensory rooms fitted with a range of equipmentA soft play roomA libraryA well equipped food technology roomA well equipped design and art roomsA fully equipped science roomAn ICT suiteA hydrotherapy pool The school has several aims, some of these are:Promoting self-esteem by recognising and celebrating the achievement of individual pupilsPromoting the ability to respect other people's points of view regardless of race, gender, religion, sexuality or abilityPromoting, where appropriate, the inclusion of pupils within and outside school, ensuring that such inclusion is in accord with parental wishes and is of benefit to the pupilPromoting and encourage the involvement of parents and carers in all aspects of school life by welcoming them into school and helping them add to the positive and friendly atmosphere of the schoolProviding the community with opportunities to value our pupils as individuals and recognise their contribution to societyWorking with a multidisciplinary team to meet the individual needs of each pupil There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school ranked outstanding by OfstedGaining experience within the SEN sector and expanding your teaching careerWorking with pupils who are eager to learnThe opportunity to work in a dynamic environment The responsibilities of this role include:Developing interesting lesson plans that will aid pupils' learning developmentDelivering enthusiastic and engaging lessons to pupilsTracking the progress of pupils and reviewing lesson plans to accommodate for any successes or weaknessesDevelop and maintain pupils self-esteem and success The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience working as an SEN teacher with complex/ASCA teaching qualification Being a resilient and hard-working individual The successful candidate will work in a school with a warm, friendly and caring environment with pupils who are eager to learn and engage in lessons. You will work within a supportive staff team who will aid the development of your skills within the SEN sector. You will be working in an excellent school and teaching several subjects within the curriculum. If you are ready for a new and exciting opportunity and want to help pupils to reach their full potential, this is the role for you. If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have experience working as an SEN teacher and want to take on a new challenge in your career?Do you want to work with pupils who are eager to learn and help them to progress in their education?We are looking for an experienced SEN teacher to work in a high school with pupils aged between 11 and 19. These pupils have a statement of special educational needs (SEN) from severe learning difficulties (SLD) to profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). Some pupils have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs and some pupils have high dependency medical needs or autism spectrum conditions (ASC). There are many facilities in the school, including:Fully equipped multi-sensory rooms fitted with a range of equipmentA soft play roomA libraryA well equipped food technology roomA well equipped design and art roomsA fully equipped science roomAn ICT suiteA hydrotherapy pool The school has several aims, some of these are:Promoting self-esteem by recognising and celebrating the achievement of individual pupilsPromoting the ability to respect other people's points of view regardless of race, gender, religion, sexuality or abilityPromoting, where appropriate, the inclusion of pupils within and outside school, ensuring that such inclusion is in accord with parental wishes and is of benefit to the pupilPromoting and encourage the involvement of parents and carers in all aspects of school life by welcoming them into school and helping them add to the positive and friendly atmosphere of the schoolProviding the community with opportunities to value our pupils as individuals and recognise their contribution to societyWorking with a multidisciplinary team to meet the individual needs of each pupil There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school ranked outstanding by OfstedGaining experience within the SEN sector and expanding your teaching careerWorking with pupils who are eager to learnThe opportunity to work in a dynamic environment The responsibilities of this role include:Developing interesting lesson plans that will aid pupils' learning developmentDelivering enthusiastic and engaging lessons to pupilsTracking the progress of pupils and reviewing lesson plans to accommodate for any successes or weaknessesDevelop and maintain pupils self-esteem and success The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience working as an SEN teacher with complex/ASCA teaching qualification Being a resilient and hard-working individual The successful candidate will work in a school with a warm, friendly and caring environment with pupils who are eager to learn and engage in lessons. You will work within a supportive staff team who will aid the development of your skills within the SEN sector. You will be working in an excellent school and teaching several subjects within the curriculum. If you are ready for a new and exciting opportunity and want to help pupils to reach their full potential, this is the role for you. If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • bolton, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £75 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to gain experience within a school setting and work with some amazing pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?Do you want to be a part of a positive learning environment and work with an experienced staffing team who aim to help pupils achieve their best?We are looking for a passionate and enthusiastic individual to work in a non-maintained special school for young people aged 3 to 19 years old. The school is the biggest charity in the Bolton area and it provides individually tailored education services. The school is based in Bolton and provides education for children with moderate to severe learning disability, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, significant physical impairment and / or complex health needs. Many pupils will also have communication difficulties, multi-sensory impairment or present with behaviours that some may find challenging. The school has unique expertise and experience in supporting children and young adults with significant physical disability, complex health needs and moderate to severe learning disability.The school's vision is 'brightening lives, building futures' for people with a learning or physical disability. Their services are designed to achieve this vision and to improve the quality of life of all those we support, so that they may become confident and independent members of the community. We believe in 'ordinary life principles', to provide people with the same social and learning opportunities as others, therefore enabling all to fulfil their individual potential.The school's mission is to empower people to live a fulfilling life using person centred approaches built on respect, innovation and sustainability. To respond to the changing needs of disabled people through dedication to continuous improvement, supporting more people and becoming judged in all areas as outstanding.The school has specialist facilities that provide a spacious, calm and safe environment in which young people can thrive and learn including a sensory integration room, a multisensory light room, a hydrotherapy pool, a soft play area and a sports hall. There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school rated good by OfstedWorking for a school that has state of the art facilitiesGaining valuable experience in the SEN sectorThe opportunity to work in a diverse role The responsibilities of this role include:Supporting the teacher within the classroomHelping to create lesson plans with the teacherWorking one to one or in small groups with pupilsHelping with any of the pupils' additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting)The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience working with children or adults with additional care needsA dedication to creating a positive learning environment for pupilsReading, writing, numeracy and communication skillsThe successful candidate will work in a calm, warm and friendly environment with an excellent staff team who will support you through your journey into working in the SEN sector. The pupils in this school are eager to learn and you will enjoy supporting them through their education. If you are interested in the role and want to work for a fantastic school, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want to gain experience within a school setting and work with some amazing pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?Do you want to be a part of a positive learning environment and work with an experienced staffing team who aim to help pupils achieve their best?We are looking for a passionate and enthusiastic individual to work in a non-maintained special school for young people aged 3 to 19 years old. The school is the biggest charity in the Bolton area and it provides individually tailored education services. The school is based in Bolton and provides education for children with moderate to severe learning disability, Autistic Spectrum Conditions, significant physical impairment and / or complex health needs. Many pupils will also have communication difficulties, multi-sensory impairment or present with behaviours that some may find challenging. The school has unique expertise and experience in supporting children and young adults with significant physical disability, complex health needs and moderate to severe learning disability.The school's vision is 'brightening lives, building futures' for people with a learning or physical disability. Their services are designed to achieve this vision and to improve the quality of life of all those we support, so that they may become confident and independent members of the community. We believe in 'ordinary life principles', to provide people with the same social and learning opportunities as others, therefore enabling all to fulfil their individual potential.The school's mission is to empower people to live a fulfilling life using person centred approaches built on respect, innovation and sustainability. To respond to the changing needs of disabled people through dedication to continuous improvement, supporting more people and becoming judged in all areas as outstanding.The school has specialist facilities that provide a spacious, calm and safe environment in which young people can thrive and learn including a sensory integration room, a multisensory light room, a hydrotherapy pool, a soft play area and a sports hall. There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school rated good by OfstedWorking for a school that has state of the art facilitiesGaining valuable experience in the SEN sectorThe opportunity to work in a diverse role The responsibilities of this role include:Supporting the teacher within the classroomHelping to create lesson plans with the teacherWorking one to one or in small groups with pupilsHelping with any of the pupils' additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting)The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience working with children or adults with additional care needsA dedication to creating a positive learning environment for pupilsReading, writing, numeracy and communication skillsThe successful candidate will work in a calm, warm and friendly environment with an excellent staff team who will support you through your journey into working in the SEN sector. The pupils in this school are eager to learn and you will enjoy supporting them through their education. If you are interested in the role and want to work for a fantastic school, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • gorton, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £75 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience with working with people with additional needs?Are you looking for either a part time or full time role?Do you want to work in a team of skilled staff who will help you to develop your skills within the SEN sector?We are looking for enthusiastic and passionate people who are interested in supporting children with SEN. The successful candidate will help pupils academically, behaviourally and with some aspects of their care needs in a school in Manchester. You will also aid other staff members within the classroom. The pupils may have MLD, SLD, autism and PMLD. You will be working with children in Primary or Secondary Schools.There are many benefits to this job, including:Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sector Flexible working hoursExcellent staff trainingThe responsibilities that you would have are:To support the teacher in lessons and classroom managementAssisting pupils with personal careEncouraging independenceThe requirements for this role are:A DBS (preferably on the update service)Experience with working with people with additional needs or experience in the care industryBe committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for allTeam Teach trainingThe successful candidate will get to work in a supportive and caring learning environment with pupils who strive to do their best and strive to do their best educationally, emotionally and socially. You will be working in a school with staff who are committed to providing pupils with a broad, creative and inspiring curriculum within school, the local community and in particular providing exciting work based learning.If you are interested with working with amazing pupils and supporting schools then please contact Laura on 0161 20 1906, alternatively you can email me on laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have experience with working with people with additional needs?Are you looking for either a part time or full time role?Do you want to work in a team of skilled staff who will help you to develop your skills within the SEN sector?We are looking for enthusiastic and passionate people who are interested in supporting children with SEN. The successful candidate will help pupils academically, behaviourally and with some aspects of their care needs in a school in Manchester. You will also aid other staff members within the classroom. The pupils may have MLD, SLD, autism and PMLD. You will be working with children in Primary or Secondary Schools.There are many benefits to this job, including:Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sector Flexible working hoursExcellent staff trainingThe responsibilities that you would have are:To support the teacher in lessons and classroom managementAssisting pupils with personal careEncouraging independenceThe requirements for this role are:A DBS (preferably on the update service)Experience with working with people with additional needs or experience in the care industryBe committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for allTeam Teach trainingThe successful candidate will get to work in a supportive and caring learning environment with pupils who strive to do their best and strive to do their best educationally, emotionally and socially. You will be working in a school with staff who are committed to providing pupils with a broad, creative and inspiring curriculum within school, the local community and in particular providing exciting work based learning.If you are interested with working with amazing pupils and supporting schools then please contact Laura on 0161 20 1906, alternatively you can email me on laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • bury, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £70 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you dedicated to helping pupils progress with their learning and support them in achieving theirbest?Do you want to gain valuable experience within the Special Educational Needs (SEN) sector?We are looking for a passionate and caring individual to support pupils in a vibrant and forwardthinking secondary special school based in Bury. All our pupils have a Statement of SpecialEducational Needs. You will be working with pupils between the ages of 11 to 19 in very small classsizes.There school has several incredible facilities:- A sensory garden- A hydrotherapy pool- A multi-use games area- An outside gym equipment area- A full-sized football pitch- A sensory light room- Access to specialists including educational psychologists, physiotherapists, nurses and speech and language therapistsThere are many benefits of this role, including:- Working in a school with state of the art facilitates- The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted- Gaining experience within the SEN sector- Working with pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role include:- Helping the teacher to deliver interesting a fun lessons to pupils- Helping to devise a lesson plan with the teacher- Working in small groups and on a one to one basis with pupils to enhance learning- Helping the pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting)The requirements for this role are:- A DBS on the update service- Experience with children or with adults with additional care needs- Being a proactive person who is able to act with their own initiative- Having a dedication to providing an exceptional learning experience to pupilsThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with an amazing staff network that willsupport you on your journey to becoming an experienced teaching assistant.If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1906 or email atlaura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Are you dedicated to helping pupils progress with their learning and support them in achieving theirbest?Do you want to gain valuable experience within the Special Educational Needs (SEN) sector?We are looking for a passionate and caring individual to support pupils in a vibrant and forwardthinking secondary special school based in Bury. All our pupils have a Statement of SpecialEducational Needs. You will be working with pupils between the ages of 11 to 19 in very small classsizes.There school has several incredible facilities:- A sensory garden- A hydrotherapy pool- A multi-use games area- An outside gym equipment area- A full-sized football pitch- A sensory light room- Access to specialists including educational psychologists, physiotherapists, nurses and speech and language therapistsThere are many benefits of this role, including:- Working in a school with state of the art facilitates- The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted- Gaining experience within the SEN sector- Working with pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role include:- Helping the teacher to deliver interesting a fun lessons to pupils- Helping to devise a lesson plan with the teacher- Working in small groups and on a one to one basis with pupils to enhance learning- Helping the pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting)The requirements for this role are:- A DBS on the update service- Experience with children or with adults with additional care needs- Being a proactive person who is able to act with their own initiative- Having a dedication to providing an exceptional learning experience to pupilsThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with an amazing staff network that willsupport you on your journey to becoming an experienced teaching assistant.If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1906 or email atlaura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • blackley, north west
        • contract
        • £70 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an experienced Special Educational Needs (SEN) teaching assistant?Do you want to take on a new and exciting role?We are looking for an experienced teaching assistant to work with pupils with complex and special educational needs. You will be working with pupils between the ages of 11 and 19 in a school in North Manchester. The school meets the needs of pupils with a range of learning difficulties including moderate, severe and complex learning difficulties.The benefits of this role include:Having access to some amazing facilitiesWorking with experienced staff members with valuable SEN experienceWorking at a school rated as outstanding by OfstedThe responsibilities of this role are:Supporting the teacher within the classroomSetting up the classroom for activitiesSupporting the pupils with their additional needs (e.g. toileting, feeding, administering medication)The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience working as a teaching assistant and with pupils with SENTeam Teach qualificationIf you want to work in a school with highly experienced staff members and if you want to help pupils to achieve their best, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Are you an experienced Special Educational Needs (SEN) teaching assistant?Do you want to take on a new and exciting role?We are looking for an experienced teaching assistant to work with pupils with complex and special educational needs. You will be working with pupils between the ages of 11 and 19 in a school in North Manchester. The school meets the needs of pupils with a range of learning difficulties including moderate, severe and complex learning difficulties.The benefits of this role include:Having access to some amazing facilitiesWorking with experienced staff members with valuable SEN experienceWorking at a school rated as outstanding by OfstedThe responsibilities of this role are:Supporting the teacher within the classroomSetting up the classroom for activitiesSupporting the pupils with their additional needs (e.g. toileting, feeding, administering medication)The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience working as a teaching assistant and with pupils with SENTeam Teach qualificationIf you want to work in a school with highly experienced staff members and if you want to help pupils to achieve their best, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • blackley, north west
        • contract
        • £70 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you a TA with SEN experience who is available for cover/looking for new opportunities? We work closely with a highly rated SEN School in Blackley looking for immediate starters next week, either for a few days cover or ongoing until the end of term. Additionally if you are wanting work in September this is a great foot in the door to open opportunities for long term and even permanent positions. We welcome both adhoc and long term candidates. You should have a passion for supporting the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Classroom experience working with SEN children and/or ASD (preferred)A DBS on the update service in order to start immediately (essential)Strong engaging skills as well as comfortable with some level of support in personal cre (class dependant)Have passion offering all pupils a positive learning experience This is an amazing opportunity and a greatly renowned SEN school to work in with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you are interested in this role and can start ASAP, please contact Nicola or Laura TODAY on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk and laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Are you a TA with SEN experience who is available for cover/looking for new opportunities? We work closely with a highly rated SEN School in Blackley looking for immediate starters next week, either for a few days cover or ongoing until the end of term. Additionally if you are wanting work in September this is a great foot in the door to open opportunities for long term and even permanent positions. We welcome both adhoc and long term candidates. You should have a passion for supporting the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Classroom experience working with SEN children and/or ASD (preferred)A DBS on the update service in order to start immediately (essential)Strong engaging skills as well as comfortable with some level of support in personal cre (class dependant)Have passion offering all pupils a positive learning experience This is an amazing opportunity and a greatly renowned SEN school to work in with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you are interested in this role and can start ASAP, please contact Nicola or Laura TODAY on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk and laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • ashton-under-lyne, north west
        • contract
        • £20.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you concerned about the loss of learning time children have had in the past year? Do you have a proven track record of closing learning gaps? Are you experienced in raising attainment? Could you help to put our children back on track to reach their full potential?I am currently looking for a tutor to support pupils in a Primary School in Ashton on a one to one basis to one to three basis. The role is tutoring pupils in the afternoons across a range of subjects including Maths, English and Science. This is a new government initiative recently announced in order to support pupils with catching up on work that they missed out on due to school closures. The extra support offered to the children will take place in both during and after school hours. You will need to be engaging and informative and be able to tailor an education session to suit the individual child's needs.Benefits of the role:A dedicated team of consultants finding you work & offering career adviceCompetitive PayChoose how much work you would like to take onThe ideal candidate will have:Engaging teaching styleQTS or extensive tuition experienceDriving License (Preferred)DBS on the update service or will to apply for a new one.We are due to interview for these roles soon so if you would like to be considered then please send us your application today. Or if you require any information please contact catriona.foxon@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0161 200 1906
        Are you concerned about the loss of learning time children have had in the past year? Do you have a proven track record of closing learning gaps? Are you experienced in raising attainment? Could you help to put our children back on track to reach their full potential?I am currently looking for a tutor to support pupils in a Primary School in Ashton on a one to one basis to one to three basis. The role is tutoring pupils in the afternoons across a range of subjects including Maths, English and Science. This is a new government initiative recently announced in order to support pupils with catching up on work that they missed out on due to school closures. The extra support offered to the children will take place in both during and after school hours. You will need to be engaging and informative and be able to tailor an education session to suit the individual child's needs.Benefits of the role:A dedicated team of consultants finding you work & offering career adviceCompetitive PayChoose how much work you would like to take onThe ideal candidate will have:Engaging teaching styleQTS or extensive tuition experienceDriving License (Preferred)DBS on the update service or will to apply for a new one.We are due to interview for these roles soon so if you would like to be considered then please send us your application today. Or if you require any information please contact catriona.foxon@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0161 200 1906
        • hulme, north west
        • contract
        • £11.00 - £13.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Outreach Worker, Grade 5Early Years, Directorate for Children & FamiliesWe are looking for someone who will work as part of a team delivering the Early Years Offer, and will work at front line level, to a high standard of quality, using a whole family approach.The successful candidate will deliver identified interventions with families where the children are under the age of 5 years and have been identified as requiring a package of support to improve outcomes and achieve their milestones in development. This will either be at a universal level or at level 2 on the Multi-Agency Threshold document. These include: health, social, education and environmental.Key Role Accountabilities:Engage families to access the full range of services across the locality through actively promoting Sure Start services to the public with multi-agency engagement through facilitating events and working front line with families.Work with families who have been identified as having targeted needs to improve the health and well-being and promote independence, making use of Manchester Common Assessment Framework across the Early Years locality.Identify child and parental need through undertaking evidence based assessments and using a range of other proven assessment tools and interventions.Evidence improved outcomes for children and families through tracking, monitoring and evaluating the impact of services, and contribute to the achievement of outcomes identified by the local analysis of need.Engage effectively with families through quality assured group based activities and tailored evidence based interventions for individual families within their own homes.Ensure safeguarding is a priority and understand their responsibilities in the reporting procedures as outlined by the Manchester Children's Safeguarding Board.Personal commitment to continuous self development and service improvement.Through personal example, open commitment and clear action, ensure diversity is positively valued, resulting in equal access and treatment in service delivery and communication.If you are interested in this role, then please contact Emma Walsh on 0161 200 1906If you know someone else who may be interested, please refer them to us and if they are successful you will receive £300 of vouchers.
        Outreach Worker, Grade 5Early Years, Directorate for Children & FamiliesWe are looking for someone who will work as part of a team delivering the Early Years Offer, and will work at front line level, to a high standard of quality, using a whole family approach.The successful candidate will deliver identified interventions with families where the children are under the age of 5 years and have been identified as requiring a package of support to improve outcomes and achieve their milestones in development. This will either be at a universal level or at level 2 on the Multi-Agency Threshold document. These include: health, social, education and environmental.Key Role Accountabilities:Engage families to access the full range of services across the locality through actively promoting Sure Start services to the public with multi-agency engagement through facilitating events and working front line with families.Work with families who have been identified as having targeted needs to improve the health and well-being and promote independence, making use of Manchester Common Assessment Framework across the Early Years locality.Identify child and parental need through undertaking evidence based assessments and using a range of other proven assessment tools and interventions.Evidence improved outcomes for children and families through tracking, monitoring and evaluating the impact of services, and contribute to the achievement of outcomes identified by the local analysis of need.Engage effectively with families through quality assured group based activities and tailored evidence based interventions for individual families within their own homes.Ensure safeguarding is a priority and understand their responsibilities in the reporting procedures as outlined by the Manchester Children's Safeguarding Board.Personal commitment to continuous self development and service improvement.Through personal example, open commitment and clear action, ensure diversity is positively valued, resulting in equal access and treatment in service delivery and communication.If you are interested in this role, then please contact Emma Walsh on 0161 200 1906If you know someone else who may be interested, please refer them to us and if they are successful you will receive £300 of vouchers.
        • tameside, north west
        • contract
        • £10.00 - £12.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience supporting young children in a nursery setting? Are you a caring and friendly person? Do you want the opportunity to embrace outdoor learning, messy play and learning through play? I am looking for a pro-active and experienced individual to work in nurseries across Manchester. The nurseries usually split up into different rooms that you could get experience in; the baby room (0-2 years), toddler room (2-3 years) and pre-school school (4-5 years). There are also opportunities to work on a day to day supply basis or for more long term and permanent roles. The benefits of this role are:*Flexible working hours*The opportunity to build up your existing childcare skills*Excellent nursery facilities on offer to help aid child development*On site parking at the majority of nurseries The responsibilities of this role are:*Supporting children with their Early Years development*Using your initiative to support the children and be hands on with the activities you will play with the children*Making full use of the nursery's facilities and resources, planning activities in line with the nursery's suggestions and ensuring that children are effectively entertained and exercised*Assisting with the maintenance of the nursery and tidying throughout the day The requirements for this role are:*A secure knowledge of safeguarding and children's early development*Experience of working in a childcare setting*The ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and children's parents*A DBS on the update service or the willingness to undergo a new DBS check*An engaging and enthusiastic personality to get children excited about the day's activities If this role sounds suitable for you, apply today! Alternatively, if you would like to discuss the role further please contact Victoria on 1061 200 1930 or email victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have experience supporting young children in a nursery setting? Are you a caring and friendly person? Do you want the opportunity to embrace outdoor learning, messy play and learning through play? I am looking for a pro-active and experienced individual to work in nurseries across Manchester. The nurseries usually split up into different rooms that you could get experience in; the baby room (0-2 years), toddler room (2-3 years) and pre-school school (4-5 years). There are also opportunities to work on a day to day supply basis or for more long term and permanent roles. The benefits of this role are:*Flexible working hours*The opportunity to build up your existing childcare skills*Excellent nursery facilities on offer to help aid child development*On site parking at the majority of nurseries The responsibilities of this role are:*Supporting children with their Early Years development*Using your initiative to support the children and be hands on with the activities you will play with the children*Making full use of the nursery's facilities and resources, planning activities in line with the nursery's suggestions and ensuring that children are effectively entertained and exercised*Assisting with the maintenance of the nursery and tidying throughout the day The requirements for this role are:*A secure knowledge of safeguarding and children's early development*Experience of working in a childcare setting*The ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and children's parents*A DBS on the update service or the willingness to undergo a new DBS check*An engaging and enthusiastic personality to get children excited about the day's activities If this role sounds suitable for you, apply today! Alternatively, if you would like to discuss the role further please contact Victoria on 1061 200 1930 or email victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        • manchester, north west
        • contract
        • £10.00 - £12.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience supporting young children in a nursery setting? Are you a caring and frienldy person? Are you looking to secure a fulfilling role supporting young children? I am looking for a pro-active and experienced individual to work in nurseries across Manchester. The nurseries usually split up into different rooms that you could get experience in; the baby room (0-2 years), toddler room (2-3 years) and pre-school school (4-5 years). There are also opportunities to work on a day to day supply basis or for more long term and permanent roles. The benefits of this role are:*Flexible working hours*The opportunity to build up your existing childcare skills*Excellent nursery facilities on offer to help aid child development*On site parking at the majority of nurseries The responsibilities of this role are:*Supporting children with their Early Years development*Using your initiative to support the children and be hands on with the activities you will play with the children*Making full use of the nursery's facilities and resources, planning activities in line with the nursery's suggestions and ensuring that children are effectively entertained and exercised*Assisting with the maintenance of the nursery and tidying throughout the day The requirements for this role are:*A secure knowledge of safeguarding and children's early development*Experience of working in a childcare setting*The ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and children's parents*A DBS on the update service or the willingness to undergo a new DBS check*An engaging and enthusiastic personality to get children excited about the day's activities If this role sounds suitable for you, apply today! Alternatively, if you would like to discuss the role further please contact Victoria on 1061 200 1930 or email victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have experience supporting young children in a nursery setting? Are you a caring and frienldy person? Are you looking to secure a fulfilling role supporting young children? I am looking for a pro-active and experienced individual to work in nurseries across Manchester. The nurseries usually split up into different rooms that you could get experience in; the baby room (0-2 years), toddler room (2-3 years) and pre-school school (4-5 years). There are also opportunities to work on a day to day supply basis or for more long term and permanent roles. The benefits of this role are:*Flexible working hours*The opportunity to build up your existing childcare skills*Excellent nursery facilities on offer to help aid child development*On site parking at the majority of nurseries The responsibilities of this role are:*Supporting children with their Early Years development*Using your initiative to support the children and be hands on with the activities you will play with the children*Making full use of the nursery's facilities and resources, planning activities in line with the nursery's suggestions and ensuring that children are effectively entertained and exercised*Assisting with the maintenance of the nursery and tidying throughout the day The requirements for this role are:*A secure knowledge of safeguarding and children's early development*Experience of working in a childcare setting*The ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and children's parents*A DBS on the update service or the willingness to undergo a new DBS check*An engaging and enthusiastic personality to get children excited about the day's activities If this role sounds suitable for you, apply today! Alternatively, if you would like to discuss the role further please contact Victoria on 1061 200 1930 or email victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        • bury, north west
        • contract
        • £10.00 - £12.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience supporting young children in a nursery setting? Are you a caring and friendly person? Does the idea of joining a new team and becoming a key member of a vibrant team excite you? I am looking for a pro-active and experienced individual to work in nurseries across Manchester. The nurseries usually split up into different rooms that you could get experience in; the baby room (0-2 years), toddler room (2-3 years) and pre-school school (4-5 years). There are also opportunities to work on a day to day supply basis or for more long term and permanent roles. The benefits of this role are:*Flexible working hours*The opportunity to build up your existing childcare skills*Excellent nursery facilities on offer to help aid child development*On site parking at the majority of nurseries The responsibilities of this role are:*Supporting children with their Early Years development*Using your initiative to support the children and be hands on with the activities you will play with the children*Making full use of the nursery's facilities and resources, planning activities in line with the nursery's suggestions and ensuring that children are effectively entertained and exercised*Assisting with the maintenance of the nursery and tidying throughout the day The requirements for this role are:*A secure knowledge of safeguarding and children's early development*Experience of working in a childcare setting*The ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and children's parents*A DBS on the update service or the willingness to undergo a new DBS check*An engaging and enthusiastic personality to get children excited about the day's activities If this role sounds suitable for you, apply today! Alternatively, if you would like to discuss the role further please contact Victoria on 1061 200 1930 or email victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have experience supporting young children in a nursery setting? Are you a caring and friendly person? Does the idea of joining a new team and becoming a key member of a vibrant team excite you? I am looking for a pro-active and experienced individual to work in nurseries across Manchester. The nurseries usually split up into different rooms that you could get experience in; the baby room (0-2 years), toddler room (2-3 years) and pre-school school (4-5 years). There are also opportunities to work on a day to day supply basis or for more long term and permanent roles. The benefits of this role are:*Flexible working hours*The opportunity to build up your existing childcare skills*Excellent nursery facilities on offer to help aid child development*On site parking at the majority of nurseries The responsibilities of this role are:*Supporting children with their Early Years development*Using your initiative to support the children and be hands on with the activities you will play with the children*Making full use of the nursery's facilities and resources, planning activities in line with the nursery's suggestions and ensuring that children are effectively entertained and exercised*Assisting with the maintenance of the nursery and tidying throughout the day The requirements for this role are:*A secure knowledge of safeguarding and children's early development*Experience of working in a childcare setting*The ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and children's parents*A DBS on the update service or the willingness to undergo a new DBS check*An engaging and enthusiastic personality to get children excited about the day's activities If this role sounds suitable for you, apply today! Alternatively, if you would like to discuss the role further please contact Victoria on 1061 200 1930 or email victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        • hulme, north west
        • contract
        • £100 - £130 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have a passion for helping children to realise their potential? Do you want to be part of a supportive and progressive faculty team? Can you engage and encourage learners to improve their academic performance?This Primary school in Hulme, greater Manchester is looking to appoint a Year 5 Teacher as soon as possible. Classes consist of up to 30 students. The children in Key Stage Two achieve strongly under the leadership and guidance of the teachers. It was rated as 'Good' in the most recent Ofsted inspection. It is a large two form entry community school which caters for children from age 4-11 years old. The Senior Leadership team are driven on creating a strong community bond and works tirelessly to ensure that children receive the best learning experience. As a Teacher in Key Stage Two, you will make certain that these quality standards are adhered to whilst forming solid relationships with parents and carers.This is a challenging yet rewarding role which will provide you the chance to work in a great team of practitioners, who will support you throughout your time there.Benefits:Access to Free CPD course and Safeguarding Training.Working with the market leader in Education that has an unrivalled reputation within the Greater Manchester Primary market.Close to public transport links.The successful applicant will:Have QTS.Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for all.Be motivated, positive and dynamic.Be willing to be fully involved in the life of the school community.Have excellent organisational skills.Responsibilities:Planning, preparing & delivering of the current National Curriculum.Providing engaging and interactive lessons.Overseeing support staff in the classroom.Communicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress.Assisting with extracurricular activities, such as trips, sporting events, clubs etc.If you are passionate about delivering a high quality level of education to students and interested in joining a strong team of specialist staff, working at a popular school, don't hesitate, apply today. Please call Victoria on 0160 200 1930 to discuss the role further or send a copy of your CV to victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have a passion for helping children to realise their potential? Do you want to be part of a supportive and progressive faculty team? Can you engage and encourage learners to improve their academic performance?This Primary school in Hulme, greater Manchester is looking to appoint a Year 5 Teacher as soon as possible. Classes consist of up to 30 students. The children in Key Stage Two achieve strongly under the leadership and guidance of the teachers. It was rated as 'Good' in the most recent Ofsted inspection. It is a large two form entry community school which caters for children from age 4-11 years old. The Senior Leadership team are driven on creating a strong community bond and works tirelessly to ensure that children receive the best learning experience. As a Teacher in Key Stage Two, you will make certain that these quality standards are adhered to whilst forming solid relationships with parents and carers.This is a challenging yet rewarding role which will provide you the chance to work in a great team of practitioners, who will support you throughout your time there.Benefits:Access to Free CPD course and Safeguarding Training.Working with the market leader in Education that has an unrivalled reputation within the Greater Manchester Primary market.Close to public transport links.The successful applicant will:Have QTS.Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for all.Be motivated, positive and dynamic.Be willing to be fully involved in the life of the school community.Have excellent organisational skills.Responsibilities:Planning, preparing & delivering of the current National Curriculum.Providing engaging and interactive lessons.Overseeing support staff in the classroom.Communicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress.Assisting with extracurricular activities, such as trips, sporting events, clubs etc.If you are passionate about delivering a high quality level of education to students and interested in joining a strong team of specialist staff, working at a popular school, don't hesitate, apply today. Please call Victoria on 0160 200 1930 to discuss the role further or send a copy of your CV to victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        • hulme, north west
        • contract
        • £60 - £75 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you a Teaching Assistant with experience of one to one support in Primary Schools? Do you enjoy supporting children and seeing them develop and improve?This Primary school in Hulme is looking to appoint a Teaching Assistant in Year 5 to work one to one with a child who needs one to one support to help with their learning. Although it may be challenging, this is a very rewarding role which will provide you the chance to work in a great team of practitioners, who will support you throughout your time there.Benefits:Access to Free CPD course and Safeguarding Training.Working with the market leader in Education that has unrivalled reputation within the Greater Manchester Primary market.Close to public transport links.The school was rated as 'Good' by a recent Ofsted inspection. The successful applicant will:Have experience of working in a primary school.Have experience in dealing with SEMH children and / or children with learning difficulties.Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for all.Be motivated, positive and dynamic.Have excellent organisational skills.Responsibilities:Your role will consist of guiding a child with learning difficulties to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.Providing one to one support.Followed individually developed behaviour plan.Developing child specific learning plans.Liaising with the class teacher, SENCO and parents.If you are passionate about making a positive difference to a child who is finding school life challenging, don't hesitate, apply today. Please ring Victoria on 0161 200 1930 to discuss the role further or send a copy of your CV to victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        Are you a Teaching Assistant with experience of one to one support in Primary Schools? Do you enjoy supporting children and seeing them develop and improve?This Primary school in Hulme is looking to appoint a Teaching Assistant in Year 5 to work one to one with a child who needs one to one support to help with their learning. Although it may be challenging, this is a very rewarding role which will provide you the chance to work in a great team of practitioners, who will support you throughout your time there.Benefits:Access to Free CPD course and Safeguarding Training.Working with the market leader in Education that has unrivalled reputation within the Greater Manchester Primary market.Close to public transport links.The school was rated as 'Good' by a recent Ofsted inspection. The successful applicant will:Have experience of working in a primary school.Have experience in dealing with SEMH children and / or children with learning difficulties.Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for all.Be motivated, positive and dynamic.Have excellent organisational skills.Responsibilities:Your role will consist of guiding a child with learning difficulties to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.Providing one to one support.Followed individually developed behaviour plan.Developing child specific learning plans.Liaising with the class teacher, SENCO and parents.If you are passionate about making a positive difference to a child who is finding school life challenging, don't hesitate, apply today. Please ring Victoria on 0161 200 1930 to discuss the role further or send a copy of your CV to victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
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