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        • swinton, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience working with children either classroom based or through coaching and mentoring? If so we would love to hear from you. Secondary Schools across Salford are currently seeking Teaching Assistants to join their team in preparation for after the Easter Break. Your role will be to support the Teacher in classroom duties while working closely on both a 1:1 and group basis with children aged 11-16. The ideal person for this role would be:Experienced in working with childrenHave classroom experience (desired but not essential)Engaging and motivatingApproachable and understandingEmpathetic and patientPassionate about making a difference in children's lives Your benefits:Work with well renowned Schools across Salford/Manchester through the leading supplier of staffing solutionsUnique and hands-on experience to develop your skills within the education sectorA chance to use your own creativity towards new innovative ideas to deliver interesting and engaging lessons to pupilsHelp create memorable and positive classroom experiences for children who may face social and emotional mental health difficulties (SEMH) Your responsibilities:Support the teacher in lessons and classroom managementProvide group or 1:1 support with pupilsBuild and maintain effective relationships with the pupilsSupport day to day routines with the ability to use your own initiative You will display:ReliabilityResponsibilityResilienceBehaviour management skillsRapport building and interaction skillsMotivational skills Your requirements:A DBS on the update serviceBe committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsExperience working with children inBe passionate to make a difference If you want to discuss the opportunities available for you please get in touch with Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you have experience working with children either classroom based or through coaching and mentoring? If so we would love to hear from you. Secondary Schools across Salford are currently seeking Teaching Assistants to join their team in preparation for after the Easter Break. Your role will be to support the Teacher in classroom duties while working closely on both a 1:1 and group basis with children aged 11-16. The ideal person for this role would be:Experienced in working with childrenHave classroom experience (desired but not essential)Engaging and motivatingApproachable and understandingEmpathetic and patientPassionate about making a difference in children's lives Your benefits:Work with well renowned Schools across Salford/Manchester through the leading supplier of staffing solutionsUnique and hands-on experience to develop your skills within the education sectorA chance to use your own creativity towards new innovative ideas to deliver interesting and engaging lessons to pupilsHelp create memorable and positive classroom experiences for children who may face social and emotional mental health difficulties (SEMH) Your responsibilities:Support the teacher in lessons and classroom managementProvide group or 1:1 support with pupilsBuild and maintain effective relationships with the pupilsSupport day to day routines with the ability to use your own initiative You will display:ReliabilityResponsibilityResilienceBehaviour management skillsRapport building and interaction skillsMotivational skills Your requirements:A DBS on the update serviceBe committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsExperience working with children inBe passionate to make a difference If you want to discuss the opportunities available for you please get in touch with Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • urmston, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience working with children either classroom based or through coaching and mentoring? If so we would love to hear from you. Secondary Schools across Trafford are currently seeking Teaching Assistants to join their team in preparation for after the Easter Break. Your role will be to support the Teacher in classroom duties while working closely on both a 1:1 and group basis with children aged 11-16. The ideal person for this role would be:Experienced in working with childrenHave classroom experience (desired but not essential)Engaging and motivatingApproachable and understandingEmpathetic and patientPassionate about making a difference in children's lives Your benefits:Work with well renowned Schools across Trafford/Manchester through the leading supplier of staffing solutionsUnique and hands-on experience to develop your skills within the education sectorA chance to use your own creativity towards new innovative ideas to deliver interesting and engaging lessons to pupilsHelp create memorable and positive classroom experiences for children who may face social and emotional mental health difficulties (SEMH) Your responsibilities:Support the teacher in lessons and classroom managementProvide group or 1:1 support with pupilsBuild and maintain effective relationships with the pupilsSupport day to day routines with the ability to use your own initiative You will display:ReliabilityResponsibilityResilienceBehaviour management skillsRapport building and interaction skillsMotivational skills Your requirements:A DBS on the update serviceBe committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsExperience working with children inBe passionate to make a difference If you want to discuss the opportunities available for you please get in touch with Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you have experience working with children either classroom based or through coaching and mentoring? If so we would love to hear from you. Secondary Schools across Trafford are currently seeking Teaching Assistants to join their team in preparation for after the Easter Break. Your role will be to support the Teacher in classroom duties while working closely on both a 1:1 and group basis with children aged 11-16. The ideal person for this role would be:Experienced in working with childrenHave classroom experience (desired but not essential)Engaging and motivatingApproachable and understandingEmpathetic and patientPassionate about making a difference in children's lives Your benefits:Work with well renowned Schools across Trafford/Manchester through the leading supplier of staffing solutionsUnique and hands-on experience to develop your skills within the education sectorA chance to use your own creativity towards new innovative ideas to deliver interesting and engaging lessons to pupilsHelp create memorable and positive classroom experiences for children who may face social and emotional mental health difficulties (SEMH) Your responsibilities:Support the teacher in lessons and classroom managementProvide group or 1:1 support with pupilsBuild and maintain effective relationships with the pupilsSupport day to day routines with the ability to use your own initiative You will display:ReliabilityResponsibilityResilienceBehaviour management skillsRapport building and interaction skillsMotivational skills Your requirements:A DBS on the update serviceBe committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsExperience working with children inBe passionate to make a difference If you want to discuss the opportunities available for you please get in touch with Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • trafford park, north west
        • contract
        • £120 - £140 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you a mainstream teacher looking for a new challenge?Do you want to help give young people a chance to improve their academic success? We are offering a brand new opportunity for an enthusiastic teacher to work within a Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) in the Trafford area. The successful candidate will aim to improve the academic achievement of young children who have social, emotional and mental health needs (SEMH) and require extra support to gain the right tools within their school years to succeed in their future years. You will be teaching a range of subjects, including Maths, English and Science, as well as being part of a holistic approach to learning for children who may have emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD). The ideal person for this role would be:Experienced in KS3 teaching or experience working with SEN or SEMH (beneficial but not essential)Obtain diverse teaching stylesPassionate about making a difference in children's lives Your benefits:Working with smaller class sizes for a more detailed understanding of each pupils needsDiversity within your roleUnique and hands-on experience to develop your skills in special educational needs (SEN) and emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD)Working alongside a skilled and welcoming team Your responsibilities:Planning and teaching lessons to secondary school childrenProvide group or 1:1 support with pupilsCreating engaging and creative lesson plans for the childrenBuild and maintain effective relationships with the pupilsTracking progress of the pupils and devising plans to improve attainment based on successes and weaknesses of the class You will display:ReliabilityResponsibilityResilienceAbility to handle challenging behaviourRapport building and interaction skillsMotivational skills Your requirements:A teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)A DBS on the update serviceBe committed to achieving high attainment from pupils and providing an excellent learning experienceBe passionate to make a difference This is an extremely rewarding role and a great opportunity to challenge yourself while developing your knowledge and experience in working with children who may display SEMH and EBD. If you are someone who is looking to expand their career in the education sector, while providing each pupil an equal opportunity to gain the tools necessary to succeed in their futures, please get in touch with Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstdeducation.co.uk
        Are you a mainstream teacher looking for a new challenge?Do you want to help give young people a chance to improve their academic success? We are offering a brand new opportunity for an enthusiastic teacher to work within a Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) in the Trafford area. The successful candidate will aim to improve the academic achievement of young children who have social, emotional and mental health needs (SEMH) and require extra support to gain the right tools within their school years to succeed in their future years. You will be teaching a range of subjects, including Maths, English and Science, as well as being part of a holistic approach to learning for children who may have emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD). The ideal person for this role would be:Experienced in KS3 teaching or experience working with SEN or SEMH (beneficial but not essential)Obtain diverse teaching stylesPassionate about making a difference in children's lives Your benefits:Working with smaller class sizes for a more detailed understanding of each pupils needsDiversity within your roleUnique and hands-on experience to develop your skills in special educational needs (SEN) and emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD)Working alongside a skilled and welcoming team Your responsibilities:Planning and teaching lessons to secondary school childrenProvide group or 1:1 support with pupilsCreating engaging and creative lesson plans for the childrenBuild and maintain effective relationships with the pupilsTracking progress of the pupils and devising plans to improve attainment based on successes and weaknesses of the class You will display:ReliabilityResponsibilityResilienceAbility to handle challenging behaviourRapport building and interaction skillsMotivational skills Your requirements:A teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)A DBS on the update serviceBe committed to achieving high attainment from pupils and providing an excellent learning experienceBe passionate to make a difference This is an extremely rewarding role and a great opportunity to challenge yourself while developing your knowledge and experience in working with children who may display SEMH and EBD. If you are someone who is looking to expand their career in the education sector, while providing each pupil an equal opportunity to gain the tools necessary to succeed in their futures, please get in touch with Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstdeducation.co.uk
        • cheadle, north west
        • contract
        • £80 - £85 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have the patience and empathy to support a child on a one to one basis?Can you build a strong professional bond with children?Are you looking for a role supporting children with special education needs?If this sounds like you, we are currently recruiting a Teaching Assistant to support a child in Year 4. The child has made vast improvements since moving to a mainstream setting and with the right support, will continue to do so. This role is to start soon and will continue for as long as the support is needed. If you are local to Stockport, or are willing to travel from the surrounding areas, then apply today!Benefits will include:* Dedicated consultants with experience of working in education* Free training provided, both online and on-site* Specialist career advice and progression opportunities* Regular pay via PAYE, not an umbrella companyYour responsibilities:* Working with a child on a one to one basis* Using imagination and innovation to enhance the pupil's learning experience* Liaising with fellow colleagues to get the most out of your pupil's development* Assist with planning sessions and recording progressYour Requirements:* Experience with supporting learners with additional needs, or a good knowledge and understanding of SEN is essential* Able to make an impression on both us and our client* Happy to work as part of a team Still interested? Get in touch on 0161 200 1906 and ask for Emma, or email manchesterprimary@randstadeducation.co.ukDo you know someone else that might be interested too? Refer a friend and earn £300!
        Do you have the patience and empathy to support a child on a one to one basis?Can you build a strong professional bond with children?Are you looking for a role supporting children with special education needs?If this sounds like you, we are currently recruiting a Teaching Assistant to support a child in Year 4. The child has made vast improvements since moving to a mainstream setting and with the right support, will continue to do so. This role is to start soon and will continue for as long as the support is needed. If you are local to Stockport, or are willing to travel from the surrounding areas, then apply today!Benefits will include:* Dedicated consultants with experience of working in education* Free training provided, both online and on-site* Specialist career advice and progression opportunities* Regular pay via PAYE, not an umbrella companyYour responsibilities:* Working with a child on a one to one basis* Using imagination and innovation to enhance the pupil's learning experience* Liaising with fellow colleagues to get the most out of your pupil's development* Assist with planning sessions and recording progressYour Requirements:* Experience with supporting learners with additional needs, or a good knowledge and understanding of SEN is essential* Able to make an impression on both us and our client* Happy to work as part of a team Still interested? Get in touch on 0161 200 1906 and ask for Emma, or email manchesterprimary@randstadeducation.co.ukDo you know someone else that might be interested too? Refer a friend and earn £300!
        • wythenshawe, north west
        • permanent
        • £25,714 - £31,778 per year
        • randstad education
        Are you looking for a permanent, full time teaching role? Can you identify and bridge learning gaps?Can you differentiate to allow access to learning for all?One of our South Manchester primary schools is currently recruiting for a full time Year 6 Class Teacher on a permanent basis. Experience in upper key stage 2 is preferred but not essential. The school is looking for someone who could start the role in September. If you are local to Manchester, or are willing to travel from the surrounding areas, then apply today!This position is open to NQTs.Benefits will include:* Dedicated consultants with experience of working in education* Free training provided, both online and on-site* Specialist career advice and progression opportunities* Regular pay via PAYE, not an umbrella company Your responsibilities:* Creating an exciting learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays* Using imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupils* Having control over a whole class and maintaining discipline* Differentiating work to suit all abilities in the class* Liaising with fellow colleagues and parents to get the most out of your pupil's development* Have a genuine love for teaching your students Your Requirements:* QTS or equivalent teaching qualifications* Able to make an impression on both us and our client* Experience working with KS2 pupils* A drive to inspire the next generation Get in touch on 0161 200 1906 and ask for Emma, or email emma.walsh@randstadeducation.co.ukIf you have a friend, colleague or family member who would be interested in this position, let us know! If they come to work with us you could get £300.
        Are you looking for a permanent, full time teaching role? Can you identify and bridge learning gaps?Can you differentiate to allow access to learning for all?One of our South Manchester primary schools is currently recruiting for a full time Year 6 Class Teacher on a permanent basis. Experience in upper key stage 2 is preferred but not essential. The school is looking for someone who could start the role in September. If you are local to Manchester, or are willing to travel from the surrounding areas, then apply today!This position is open to NQTs.Benefits will include:* Dedicated consultants with experience of working in education* Free training provided, both online and on-site* Specialist career advice and progression opportunities* Regular pay via PAYE, not an umbrella company Your responsibilities:* Creating an exciting learning environment through professionally planned lessons and classroom displays* Using imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupils* Having control over a whole class and maintaining discipline* Differentiating work to suit all abilities in the class* Liaising with fellow colleagues and parents to get the most out of your pupil's development* Have a genuine love for teaching your students Your Requirements:* QTS or equivalent teaching qualifications* Able to make an impression on both us and our client* Experience working with KS2 pupils* A drive to inspire the next generation Get in touch on 0161 200 1906 and ask for Emma, or email emma.walsh@randstadeducation.co.ukIf you have a friend, colleague or family member who would be interested in this position, let us know! If they come to work with us you could get £300.
        • 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 .
        • whalley range, north west
        • contract
        • £110 - £130 per day
        • randstad education
        Can you motivate children to reach their full potential?Do you have an ability to raise attainment?Are you able to build great pupil-teacher relationships and work a part of a team? One of our Manchester primary schools is currently recruiting a full time Year 5 Teacher to cover a maternity leave. The role will start in May 2021 and will run until December 2021 to cover a maternity leave. You will be expected to deliver the appropriate curriculum and raise attainment. Ideally the school are looking for someone with experience in KS2. If you are local to the Manchester area, or you're willing to travel from the surrounding area, then apply today!This position is open to NQTsBenefits will include:* Dedicated consultants with experience of working in education* Free training provided, both online and on-site* Specialist career advice and progression opportunities* Regular pay via PAYE, not an umbrella company Your responsibilities:* Creating an exciting learning environment through professionally planned sessions* Using imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupils* Liaising with fellow colleagues and parents to get the most out of your pupil's development* Have a genuine love for teaching your students Your Requirements:* QTS or equivalent teaching qualifications* Able to make an impression on both us and our client* Experience working with KS2 pupils* A drive to inspire the next generation* Flexibility to work with a changeable schedule Get in touch on 0161 200 1906 and ask for Emma, or email manchesterprimary@randstadeducation.co.ukIf you have a friend, colleague or family member who would be interested in this position, let us know! If they come to work with us you could get £300.
        Can you motivate children to reach their full potential?Do you have an ability to raise attainment?Are you able to build great pupil-teacher relationships and work a part of a team? One of our Manchester primary schools is currently recruiting a full time Year 5 Teacher to cover a maternity leave. The role will start in May 2021 and will run until December 2021 to cover a maternity leave. You will be expected to deliver the appropriate curriculum and raise attainment. Ideally the school are looking for someone with experience in KS2. If you are local to the Manchester area, or you're willing to travel from the surrounding area, then apply today!This position is open to NQTsBenefits will include:* Dedicated consultants with experience of working in education* Free training provided, both online and on-site* Specialist career advice and progression opportunities* Regular pay via PAYE, not an umbrella company Your responsibilities:* Creating an exciting learning environment through professionally planned sessions* Using imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupils* Liaising with fellow colleagues and parents to get the most out of your pupil's development* Have a genuine love for teaching your students Your Requirements:* QTS or equivalent teaching qualifications* Able to make an impression on both us and our client* Experience working with KS2 pupils* A drive to inspire the next generation* Flexibility to work with a changeable schedule Get in touch on 0161 200 1906 and ask for Emma, or email manchesterprimary@randstadeducation.co.ukIf you have a friend, colleague or family member who would be interested in this position, let us know! If they come to work with us you could get £300.
        • salford, north west
        • permanent
        • £25,714 - £31,778, per year, pension
        • randstad education
        Do you have a sound knowledge of the Key Stage One curriculum and can deliver it in a way that enhances the learning experience for every child? Do you bring fun and outdoor learning into your teaching? Would working within a forward thinking primary school appeal to you? One of our Primary schools in Salford is looking to appoint a Year 2 Teacher from September to fill a permanent position. The class consists of 30 children and you will be working alongside other Teachers and support staff within the KS1 department.NQTs are welcome to apply.This school is a two form entry community school who cater for children from age 2-11 years old. This is a great opportunity to work within an experienced team 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 has all the latest technology and resources readily available.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:Your role will consist of guiding children in Key Stage One to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.Communicating with parents and carers over pupils, progress and participating in departmental meetings, parent's evenings and whole school training events.If you are passionate about delivering high-quality education to students, and are interested in joining a strong team of specialist staff, then apply today. Please contact Emma on 0161 200 1906 or email emma.walsh@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Do you have a sound knowledge of the Key Stage One curriculum and can deliver it in a way that enhances the learning experience for every child? Do you bring fun and outdoor learning into your teaching? Would working within a forward thinking primary school appeal to you? One of our Primary schools in Salford is looking to appoint a Year 2 Teacher from September to fill a permanent position. The class consists of 30 children and you will be working alongside other Teachers and support staff within the KS1 department.NQTs are welcome to apply.This school is a two form entry community school who cater for children from age 2-11 years old. This is a great opportunity to work within an experienced team 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 has all the latest technology and resources readily available.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:Your role will consist of guiding children in Key Stage One to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.Communicating with parents and carers over pupils, progress and participating in departmental meetings, parent's evenings and whole school training events.If you are passionate about delivering high-quality education to students, and are interested in joining a strong team of specialist staff, then apply today. Please contact Emma on 0161 200 1906 or email emma.walsh@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • irlam, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £75 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you a determined, committed and capable individual with the skills and enthusiasm to ignite a passion for learning and encourage pupils to reach their full potential?Have you got experience working with children or adults with additional needs and use those skills to help pupils improve their learning experience?We are looking for a passionate and dedicated individual to support the education of boys and girls aged between 11 and 19. All have a statement of special educational needs and disability (SEND) in respect of moderate learning difficulties (MLD), specific learning difficulties or behavioural, social and emotional difficulties. Some have physical disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) and other communication difficulties. The school is based in Wigan and the school understands the importance of preparing their young people for the future and they will help them to develop the skills and qualities the pupils will need to make a positive contribution to the community.There are many benefits of this role, including:- The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted- Working with pupils who are eager to learn- Support from a highly skilled staff team who with increase your skills and knowledge of the SEN sector- Getting to work in a diverse roleThe responsibilities of this role include:- Helping the teacher to prepare for lessons (e.g. having input on the lesson plans, gathering materials for the lessons, organising the classroom for activities)- Supporting pupils and guiding them to achieve their best- Working in small groups or on a one to one basis with pupils to provide extra help and to increase their learning potential- Supporting pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting and feeding)The requirements of the role are:- Experience working with children or adults with additional care needs - A DBS on the update service- Being dedicated to helping pupils to achieve highly and to celebrate their successes - Having a good team ethic, want to support and make a differenceThe successful candidate will gain a magnitude of experience within the SEND sector and you will discover ways of differentiating support style depending on pupils' needs. In the school there is a strong belief in working hard together for the best possible outcomes. You will be given the training required to excel in the Special Educational Needs sector and you will be given continuous support from the staff team. If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Are you a determined, committed and capable individual with the skills and enthusiasm to ignite a passion for learning and encourage pupils to reach their full potential?Have you got experience working with children or adults with additional needs and use those skills to help pupils improve their learning experience?We are looking for a passionate and dedicated individual to support the education of boys and girls aged between 11 and 19. All have a statement of special educational needs and disability (SEND) in respect of moderate learning difficulties (MLD), specific learning difficulties or behavioural, social and emotional difficulties. Some have physical disabilities, autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) and other communication difficulties. The school is based in Wigan and the school understands the importance of preparing their young people for the future and they will help them to develop the skills and qualities the pupils will need to make a positive contribution to the community.There are many benefits of this role, including:- The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted- Working with pupils who are eager to learn- Support from a highly skilled staff team who with increase your skills and knowledge of the SEN sector- Getting to work in a diverse roleThe responsibilities of this role include:- Helping the teacher to prepare for lessons (e.g. having input on the lesson plans, gathering materials for the lessons, organising the classroom for activities)- Supporting pupils and guiding them to achieve their best- Working in small groups or on a one to one basis with pupils to provide extra help and to increase their learning potential- Supporting pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting and feeding)The requirements of the role are:- Experience working with children or adults with additional care needs - A DBS on the update service- Being dedicated to helping pupils to achieve highly and to celebrate their successes - Having a good team ethic, want to support and make a differenceThe successful candidate will gain a magnitude of experience within the SEND sector and you will discover ways of differentiating support style depending on pupils' needs. In the school there is a strong belief in working hard together for the best possible outcomes. You will be given the training required to excel in the Special Educational Needs sector and you will be given continuous support from the staff team. If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • blackley, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £70 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 hours- Excellent staff training- The responsibilities that you would have are:- To support the teacher in lessons and classroom management- Assisting pupils with personal care- Encouraging 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 industry- Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for all- Team Teach training (this is essential)The 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 200 1904, 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 hours- Excellent staff training- The responsibilities that you would have are:- To support the teacher in lessons and classroom management- Assisting pupils with personal care- Encouraging 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 industry- Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for all- Team Teach training (this is essential)The 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 200 1904, alternatively you can email me on laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • manchester, north west
        • contract
        • £100 - £130 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have a passion for helping children to realise their potential? Are you an inspirational teacher looking to join a dedicated team of excellent practitioners? Are you passionate about nurturing and motivate children at a pivotal point in their education? Then we've got the perfect role for you! This school in Manchester is looking to appoint a Year 3 Teacher to start as soon as possible. The school is a single form entry primary school with an excellent reputation, having been rated as 'Good' in the most recent Ofsted inspection. 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.Be able to form strong relationships with parents / carers.Responsibilities:Your role will consist of guiding children in Key Stage 2 to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.Communicating with parents and carers over pupils, progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training events.Please call Victoria on 0161 200 1930 to discuss the role further or email a copy of your CV to victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have a passion for helping children to realise their potential? Are you an inspirational teacher looking to join a dedicated team of excellent practitioners? Are you passionate about nurturing and motivate children at a pivotal point in their education? Then we've got the perfect role for you! This school in Manchester is looking to appoint a Year 3 Teacher to start as soon as possible. The school is a single form entry primary school with an excellent reputation, having been rated as 'Good' in the most recent Ofsted inspection. 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.Be able to form strong relationships with parents / carers.Responsibilities:Your role will consist of guiding children in Key Stage 2 to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.Communicating with parents and carers over pupils, progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training events.Please call Victoria on 0161 200 1930 to discuss the role further or email a copy of your CV to victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        • bolton, north west
        • contract
        • £100 - £130 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an experienced EYFS Teacher? Are you a dedicated professional who is keen to inspire the generation of tomorrow? Are you looking for opportunities within a high performing school where you can make good career progression? Then we've got the ideal role for you! Benefits:Secure car parkingFor NQTS, full induction will be providedFree CPD from both the school and Randstad EducationSupportive and knowledgeable teamCompetitive salary and contributory pensionResponsibilities:Planning, preparing & delivering of the current EYFS 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 and parents evenings.Requirements:Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)EYFS teaching experienceFull enhanced DBSProven ability to raise standards and attainment levelsDon'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 an experienced EYFS Teacher? Are you a dedicated professional who is keen to inspire the generation of tomorrow? Are you looking for opportunities within a high performing school where you can make good career progression? Then we've got the ideal role for you! Benefits:Secure car parkingFor NQTS, full induction will be providedFree CPD from both the school and Randstad EducationSupportive and knowledgeable teamCompetitive salary and contributory pensionResponsibilities:Planning, preparing & delivering of the current EYFS 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 and parents evenings.Requirements:Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)EYFS teaching experienceFull enhanced DBSProven ability to raise standards and attainment levelsDon'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
        • trafford, north west
        • contract
        • £60 - £70 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an inspirational Teaching Assistant? Can you engage young learners and help enable them to perform to the best of their academic ability? Would working to raise attainment in Key Stage One appeal to you?This Primary school in Trafford is looking for an enthusiastic individual for a Teaching Assistant role in their Year 1 class. The school is a two form entry school. As a Key Stage One Teaching Assistant you will ensure that all learning plans are followed and updated with the class Teacher.Benefits:Access to Free CPD courses 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 experience of working in Key Stage One.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 supporting the class teacher.Helping with classroom displays.Delivering small group interventions in numeracy and literacy in line with the National Curriculum.Ensuring all children are learning and working to the best of their abilitiesCommunicating with the class teacher, SENCO and parents.If you are passionate about working with children to support their learning, don't hesitate, apply today. Please call 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 an inspirational Teaching Assistant? Can you engage young learners and help enable them to perform to the best of their academic ability? Would working to raise attainment in Key Stage One appeal to you?This Primary school in Trafford is looking for an enthusiastic individual for a Teaching Assistant role in their Year 1 class. The school is a two form entry school. As a Key Stage One Teaching Assistant you will ensure that all learning plans are followed and updated with the class Teacher.Benefits:Access to Free CPD courses 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 experience of working in Key Stage One.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 supporting the class teacher.Helping with classroom displays.Delivering small group interventions in numeracy and literacy in line with the National Curriculum.Ensuring all children are learning and working to the best of their abilitiesCommunicating with the class teacher, SENCO and parents.If you are passionate about working with children to support their learning, don't hesitate, apply today. Please call Victoria on 0161 200 1930 to discuss the role further or send a copy of your CV to victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        • city of manchester, north west
        • contract
        • £60 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to gain more experience in the Special Educational Needs (SEN) sector?Do you want to take on a new and exciting challenge?We are looking for an enthusiastic and passionate person who is interested in supporting childrenwith SEN. The successful candidate will help pupils academically, behaviourally and with someaspects of their care needs in a school in Greater Manchester. You will also aid other staff memberswithin in the classroom. The pupils may have Multiple Learning Difficulties (MLD), Severe LearningDifficulties (SLD) and Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD). Some of the pupils mayalso be working at a lower level of educational development than average. You may work with pupilsin primary school or secondary school.There are many benefits to this job, including:* Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SENsector* The opportunity to gain more experience in SEN* Working with pupils who are eager to learn* Excellent staff trainingThe responsibilities that you would have are:* To support the teacher in lessons and classroom management* Assisting pupils with personal care/additional care needs* Encouraging independence of the pupils* Set up the classroom for lessons and gather materialsThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS (preferably on the update service)* Experience with working with people with additional needs or experience in the careindustry* Be a determined and committed individual* Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for allThe successful candidate will get to work in a supportive and caring learning environment withpupils who strive to do their best strive educationally, emotionally and socially. You will be workingin a school with staff that are committed to providing pupils with a broad, creative and inspiringcurriculum within school. If you are interested with working with amazing pupils and an experiencedstaff team, call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want to gain more experience in the Special Educational Needs (SEN) sector?Do you want to take on a new and exciting challenge?We are looking for an enthusiastic and passionate person who is interested in supporting childrenwith SEN. The successful candidate will help pupils academically, behaviourally and with someaspects of their care needs in a school in Greater Manchester. You will also aid other staff memberswithin in the classroom. The pupils may have Multiple Learning Difficulties (MLD), Severe LearningDifficulties (SLD) and Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD). Some of the pupils mayalso be working at a lower level of educational development than average. You may work with pupilsin primary school or secondary school.There are many benefits to this job, including:* Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SENsector* The opportunity to gain more experience in SEN* Working with pupils who are eager to learn* Excellent staff trainingThe responsibilities that you would have are:* To support the teacher in lessons and classroom management* Assisting pupils with personal care/additional care needs* Encouraging independence of the pupils* Set up the classroom for lessons and gather materialsThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS (preferably on the update service)* Experience with working with people with additional needs or experience in the careindustry* Be a determined and committed individual* Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for allThe successful candidate will get to work in a supportive and caring learning environment withpupils who strive to do their best strive educationally, emotionally and socially. You will be workingin a school with staff that are committed to providing pupils with a broad, creative and inspiringcurriculum within school. If you are interested with working with amazing pupils and an experiencedstaff team, call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • city of manchester, north west
        • contract
        • £60.00 - £80.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Have you got experience working with children or with adults with additional needs?Do you want to help support pupils and make a positive difference in their education?We are looking for an enthusiastic and resilient individual to work with pupils between the ages of 3 and 11. You will be working in a Primary School for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) based in Manchester. We support children with autism spectrum condition (ASC), profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe learning difficulties (SLD) and other associated difficulties including behaviour.As a Specialist Outreach and Inclusion Support Team, the school provides appropriate, targetedresponses through verbal advice, observations, capacity building and training. Support from theschool can be focused on the needs of the pupils or by supporting the school and its staff as a whole.The school motto is "Exploring, Discovering, Achieving". They aim high for all pupils and teaching and learning strategies are matched to meet their individual needs and learning style. The pupils are grouped according to their individual needs, age and cognitive ability.The school's mission statement is "We learn, we overcome challenges, we support each other and achieve our potential." The school understands that all of their pupils are individual and the school aims to provide all of their pupils with the opportunity to learn and make progress in a supportive, safe and nurturing environment. They want their children to enjoy learning and feel proud of their achievements as the school celebrates each step with them.The schools work with several specialists to aid the learning development of their pupils, including: Two Speech and Language Therapists are based at school for one day a week Physiotherapists who support with the appropriate equipment, hydrotherapy sessions andmoving and handling programmes. An Art Therapist, who works with children in school for one day a week. An Occupational Therapist who comes into school for half a day a week, focussing on thechildren's sensory needs.There are several benefits of the role, including: The opportunity to work in a school rated good by Ofsted Working alongside a supportive staff team who want to improve your skills as an SENteaching assistant Great transport links to the school Supporting children in a positive learning environmentThe responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher of the class with pupils learning development Assisting pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding and toileting) Working with pupils on a one to one basis or in small groups Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, setting out equipment)The requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Experience working with children or adults with additional care needs Having a dedication to improving the pupils learning experience Be a resilient and hardworking individualThe successful candidate will get to work with some fantastic pupils and work closely alongside askilled staff network to develop your skills and knowledge as an SEN Teaching Assistant. If you are interested in this role and want to help pupils to reach their full potential, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstadeducation.co.uk
        Have you got experience working with children or with adults with additional needs?Do you want to help support pupils and make a positive difference in their education?We are looking for an enthusiastic and resilient individual to work with pupils between the ages of 3 and 11. You will be working in a Primary School for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) based in Manchester. We support children with autism spectrum condition (ASC), profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe learning difficulties (SLD) and other associated difficulties including behaviour.As a Specialist Outreach and Inclusion Support Team, the school provides appropriate, targetedresponses through verbal advice, observations, capacity building and training. Support from theschool can be focused on the needs of the pupils or by supporting the school and its staff as a whole.The school motto is "Exploring, Discovering, Achieving". They aim high for all pupils and teaching and learning strategies are matched to meet their individual needs and learning style. The pupils are grouped according to their individual needs, age and cognitive ability.The school's mission statement is "We learn, we overcome challenges, we support each other and achieve our potential." The school understands that all of their pupils are individual and the school aims to provide all of their pupils with the opportunity to learn and make progress in a supportive, safe and nurturing environment. They want their children to enjoy learning and feel proud of their achievements as the school celebrates each step with them.The schools work with several specialists to aid the learning development of their pupils, including: Two Speech and Language Therapists are based at school for one day a week Physiotherapists who support with the appropriate equipment, hydrotherapy sessions andmoving and handling programmes. An Art Therapist, who works with children in school for one day a week. An Occupational Therapist who comes into school for half a day a week, focussing on thechildren's sensory needs.There are several benefits of the role, including: The opportunity to work in a school rated good by Ofsted Working alongside a supportive staff team who want to improve your skills as an SENteaching assistant Great transport links to the school Supporting children in a positive learning environmentThe responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher of the class with pupils learning development Assisting pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding and toileting) Working with pupils on a one to one basis or in small groups Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, setting out equipment)The requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Experience working with children or adults with additional care needs Having a dedication to improving the pupils learning experience Be a resilient and hardworking individualThe successful candidate will get to work with some fantastic pupils and work closely alongside askilled staff network to develop your skills and knowledge as an SEN Teaching Assistant. If you are interested in this role and want to help pupils to reach their full potential, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstadeducation.co.uk
        • trafford, north west
        • contract
        • £60 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to take on a new and exciting challenge that will help to enhance your career?Have you got experience working with children or with adults with additional care needs?We are looking for a positive and dedicated individual to support pupils in a special high school inTrafford. The pupils are between the ages of 11 and 19. The pupils have severe learning difficulties (SLD)or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), those with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) andothers who have additional complex learning needs. The school has many specialists to help aid thelearning of pupils, including a speech and language therapists, educational psychologists, nurses,physiotherapists, a visual impairment team and a hearing impairment team.The schools mission statement is "to create opportunities for every pupil to develop to theirmaximum potential. We strive to deliver an outstanding service to all pupils and their parents. Welook for every chance to recognise and celebrate achievement. We take pride in what we do andaccept that all we do can be continually improved. We aim to enhance the quality of life for allpupils".To succeed in their mission statement, the school has many aims, some of these include: To offer each pupil a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum within theNational Curriculum that is externally accredited where appropriate. To ensure that pupils' individual needs are met in terms of moral, spiritual and socialdevelopments and in the acquisition of personal and social values and skills. To maximise every pupil's potential for independence whilst respecting those pupils who willalways require support. To support parents and families by keeping them informed and involved in their child'sprogress, achievement and school events. To encourage, support and develop all staff in a positive professional environment whereindividual needs and achievements are recognised and appreciated. To promote and develop skills for further education, work, home and leisure activities. To help pupils develop into good citizens, with minds ready to explore, question andchallenge policies underpinning society.There are many benefits of the role, including: The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted Working with a school with state of the art facilities, including a large well stocked sensorygarden, a hydrotherapy pool, a multi-use games area, outside gym equipment area, a full-sized football pitch and a sensory light room Gaining valuable experience with a skilled staff team who will help to improve yourknowledge and skills within the SEN sector Working with pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role are: Deliver tailored teaching activities to pupils on either a one-to-one basis or in small groups Support the teacher in managing challenging pupil behaviour and promoting positivebehaviour Provide feedback to the teacher about pupil progress with pupils you have been workingwith Help pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding)The requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience working with children or adults working with additional needs A dedication to creating a positive learning environment to pupils who are eager to learn Being a resilient, caring and supportive personThe successful candidate will work in a school where all teaching staff are highly dedicated tomeeting the specific needs of all students. You will be working in a caring environment with pupilswho want to achieve their best. To apply for the role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 oremail at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want to take on a new and exciting challenge that will help to enhance your career?Have you got experience working with children or with adults with additional care needs?We are looking for a positive and dedicated individual to support pupils in a special high school inTrafford. The pupils are between the ages of 11 and 19. The pupils have severe learning difficulties (SLD)or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), those with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) andothers who have additional complex learning needs. The school has many specialists to help aid thelearning of pupils, including a speech and language therapists, educational psychologists, nurses,physiotherapists, a visual impairment team and a hearing impairment team.The schools mission statement is "to create opportunities for every pupil to develop to theirmaximum potential. We strive to deliver an outstanding service to all pupils and their parents. Welook for every chance to recognise and celebrate achievement. We take pride in what we do andaccept that all we do can be continually improved. We aim to enhance the quality of life for allpupils".To succeed in their mission statement, the school has many aims, some of these include: To offer each pupil a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum within theNational Curriculum that is externally accredited where appropriate. To ensure that pupils' individual needs are met in terms of moral, spiritual and socialdevelopments and in the acquisition of personal and social values and skills. To maximise every pupil's potential for independence whilst respecting those pupils who willalways require support. To support parents and families by keeping them informed and involved in their child'sprogress, achievement and school events. To encourage, support and develop all staff in a positive professional environment whereindividual needs and achievements are recognised and appreciated. To promote and develop skills for further education, work, home and leisure activities. To help pupils develop into good citizens, with minds ready to explore, question andchallenge policies underpinning society.There are many benefits of the role, including: The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted Working with a school with state of the art facilities, including a large well stocked sensorygarden, a hydrotherapy pool, a multi-use games area, outside gym equipment area, a full-sized football pitch and a sensory light room Gaining valuable experience with a skilled staff team who will help to improve yourknowledge and skills within the SEN sector Working with pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role are: Deliver tailored teaching activities to pupils on either a one-to-one basis or in small groups Support the teacher in managing challenging pupil behaviour and promoting positivebehaviour Provide feedback to the teacher about pupil progress with pupils you have been workingwith Help pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding)The requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience working with children or adults working with additional needs A dedication to creating a positive learning environment to pupils who are eager to learn Being a resilient, caring and supportive personThe successful candidate will work in a school where all teaching staff are highly dedicated tomeeting the specific needs of all students. You will be working in a caring environment with pupilswho want to achieve their best. To apply for the role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 oremail at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • bolton, north west
        • temporary
        • £60 - £70 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience with working with people with additional needs?Are you looking for a part time role or five days a week?Do you want to work in a team of skilled staff who will help you to develop your skills within the SENsector?We are looking for an enthusiastic and passionate person who is interested in supporting childrenwith SEN.The successful candidate will help pupils academically, behaviourally and with someaspects of their care needs in a school in Manchester. You will also aid other staff memberswithin in the classroom. The pupils may have MLD, SLD, autism and PMLD. You will be working withchildren who are between the ages of 5 and 11.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 Part time working hours Excellent staff trainingThe responsibilities that you would have are: To support the teacher in lessons and classroom management Assisting pupils with personal care Encouraging 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 careindustry Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for allThe successful candidate will get to work in a supportive and caring learning environment withpupils who strive to do their best strive to do their best educationally, emotionally and socially. Youwill be working in a school with staff who are committed to providing pupils with a broad, creativeand inspiring curriculum within school, the local community and in particular providing exciting workbased learning.If you are interested with working with amazing pupils and an excellent staff team, call Laura on0161 200 1906 or email a laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have experience with working with people with additional needs?Are you looking for a part time role or five days a week?Do you want to work in a team of skilled staff who will help you to develop your skills within the SENsector?We are looking for an enthusiastic and passionate person who is interested in supporting childrenwith SEN.The successful candidate will help pupils academically, behaviourally and with someaspects of their care needs in a school in Manchester. You will also aid other staff memberswithin in the classroom. The pupils may have MLD, SLD, autism and PMLD. You will be working withchildren who are between the ages of 5 and 11.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 Part time working hours Excellent staff trainingThe responsibilities that you would have are: To support the teacher in lessons and classroom management Assisting pupils with personal care Encouraging 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 careindustry Be committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for allThe successful candidate will get to work in a supportive and caring learning environment withpupils who strive to do their best strive to do their best educationally, emotionally and socially. Youwill be working in a school with staff who are committed to providing pupils with a broad, creativeand inspiring curriculum within school, the local community and in particular providing exciting workbased learning.If you are interested with working with amazing pupils and an excellent staff team, call Laura on0161 200 1906 or email a laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • whitefield, north west
        • contract
        • £110 - £135 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you interested in working with SEN and helping pupils to progress with their learning?Do you want to work in a school with a supportive staff team who will help you with your careerdevelopment in SEN teaching?We are looking for a passionate and enthusiastic person who is driven to improve the learning ofyoung people. The successful candidate will be working with children with SEN, including multiple,severe and proud multiple learning difficulties (MLD, SLD and PMLD). You will be teaching a range ofdifferent lessons including the core subjects (English, Maths and Science).There are multiple benefits of this role: The opportunity to develop in teaching SEN The opportunity to ensure students with additional needs reach their full potential Every day is different, it is a very diverse role Contributing to a dynamic working environmentYou will be responsible for: Teaching a range of subjects to young people Planning and delivering engaging lessons Support the wider management structure Track students progress and aim to aid academic improvement Differentiating lesson plans to ensure learning is equally accessible to all studentsRequirements for the role are: DBS (preferably on the update service) A teaching qualification A dedication to providing an outstanding learning experienceThe successful candidate will have the chance to support children in a warm, nurturing environmentwith facilities that will accommodate for their needs. You will be given excellent training, continuoussupport and great experience in the SEN sector.If this sounds like a role you would be interested in taking on, please call Sophie on 0161 200 1906 oremail at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Are you interested in working with SEN and helping pupils to progress with their learning?Do you want to work in a school with a supportive staff team who will help you with your careerdevelopment in SEN teaching?We are looking for a passionate and enthusiastic person who is driven to improve the learning ofyoung people. The successful candidate will be working with children with SEN, including multiple,severe and proud multiple learning difficulties (MLD, SLD and PMLD). You will be teaching a range ofdifferent lessons including the core subjects (English, Maths and Science).There are multiple benefits of this role: The opportunity to develop in teaching SEN The opportunity to ensure students with additional needs reach their full potential Every day is different, it is a very diverse role Contributing to a dynamic working environmentYou will be responsible for: Teaching a range of subjects to young people Planning and delivering engaging lessons Support the wider management structure Track students progress and aim to aid academic improvement Differentiating lesson plans to ensure learning is equally accessible to all studentsRequirements for the role are: DBS (preferably on the update service) A teaching qualification A dedication to providing an outstanding learning experienceThe successful candidate will have the chance to support children in a warm, nurturing environmentwith facilities that will accommodate for their needs. You will be given excellent training, continuoussupport and great experience in the SEN sector.If this sounds like a role you would be interested in taking on, please call Sophie on 0161 200 1906 oremail at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • city of manchester, north west
        • contract
        • competitive
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience working as a 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 experience 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 equipment* A soft play room* A library* A well equipped food technology room* A well equipped design and art rooms* A fully equipped science room* An ICT suite* A hydrotherapy poolThe school has several aims, some of these are:* Promoting self-esteem by recognising and celebrating the achievement of individual pupils* Promoting the ability to respect other people's points of view regardless of race, gender, religion, sexuality or ability* Promoting, 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 pupil* Promoting 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 school* Providing the community with opportunities to value our pupils as individuals and recognise their contribution to society* Working with a multidisciplinary team to meet the individual needs of each pupilThere are many benefits of this role, including:* Working in a school ranked outstanding by Ofsted* Gaining experience within the SEN sector and expanding your teaching career* Working with pupils who are eager to learn* The opportunity to work in a dynamic environmentThe responsibilities of this role include:* Developing interesting lesson plans that will aid pupils' learning development* Delivering enthusiastic and engaging lessons to pupils* Tracking the progress of pupils and reviewing lesson plans to accommodate for any successes or weaknesses* Develop and maintain pupils self-esteem and successThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS on the update service* Experience working as a teacher* A teaching qualification (NQTs are welcome to apply)* Being a resilient and hard-working individualThe 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 a 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 experience 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 equipment* A soft play room* A library* A well equipped food technology room* A well equipped design and art rooms* A fully equipped science room* An ICT suite* A hydrotherapy poolThe school has several aims, some of these are:* Promoting self-esteem by recognising and celebrating the achievement of individual pupils* Promoting the ability to respect other people's points of view regardless of race, gender, religion, sexuality or ability* Promoting, 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 pupil* Promoting 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 school* Providing the community with opportunities to value our pupils as individuals and recognise their contribution to society* Working with a multidisciplinary team to meet the individual needs of each pupilThere are many benefits of this role, including:* Working in a school ranked outstanding by Ofsted* Gaining experience within the SEN sector and expanding your teaching career* Working with pupils who are eager to learn* The opportunity to work in a dynamic environmentThe responsibilities of this role include:* Developing interesting lesson plans that will aid pupils' learning development* Delivering enthusiastic and engaging lessons to pupils* Tracking the progress of pupils and reviewing lesson plans to accommodate for any successes or weaknesses* Develop and maintain pupils self-esteem and successThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS on the update service* Experience working as a teacher* A teaching qualification (NQTs are welcome to apply)* Being a resilient and hard-working individualThe 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
        • irlam, north west
        • temporary
        • £65 - £70 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you dedicated to helping pupils to reach their full potential?Do you want to gain experience within a school setting and work with some amazing pupils with Special Education Needs (SEN)?We are looking for an innovative and motivated individual to support pupils between the ages of 2 and 11 in a primary school in Salford. All of the pupils have an Education Health Care Plan and some of the pupils have profound, complex or challenging needs. Pupils identified needs are profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Some pupils also have complex medical needs.The school provides a safe, stimulating environment in which all pupils have the opportunity to succeed. At the school they respect each other, the pupils and their families. They have a curriculum that is meaningful, inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for all. Through carefully planned holistic learning, pupils are enabled to achieve their best.The school has a number of facilities to enhance learning:- A swimming / hydrotherapy pool- A sensory studio- 2 soft playrooms- An art room- 2 Halls- Rebound Therapy- A music room- There are many benefits of this role, including:- Working in a school with great facilities to aid pupils' learning- The opportunity to work in a school rated as good by Ofsted- Free parking on site- The opportunity to further your professional developmentThe responsibilities of this role include:- Supporting the teacher in lessons and classroom management- Helping to deliver engaging lesson to pupils- To attend and participate in any relevant meetings- To help children with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding)The requirements for the role are:- Experience working with children or adults with additional care needs- A DBS on the update service- Be committed to working with pupils to help them to achieve their best- To support the pupils by understanding their individualised education programme (IEP), their level of progress and their communication systems (e.g. PECS / Signalong / Objects of Reference/Symbols)The successful candidate will work in an inclusive school, where pupils are treated with dignity and respect, where the school creates a purposeful and secure learning environment and achievements of successes are recognised and celebrated. You will work with a fantastic staff team who will aid you in your journey to becoming a fully skilled and well knowledgeable SEN teaching assistant.If you are a committed, nurturing, positive person who wants to make a difference in the lives of some amazing young people then this is the job for you. If you are interested in applying for the role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Are you dedicated to helping pupils to reach their full potential?Do you want to gain experience within a school setting and work with some amazing pupils with Special Education Needs (SEN)?We are looking for an innovative and motivated individual to support pupils between the ages of 2 and 11 in a primary school in Salford. All of the pupils have an Education Health Care Plan and some of the pupils have profound, complex or challenging needs. Pupils identified needs are profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Some pupils also have complex medical needs.The school provides a safe, stimulating environment in which all pupils have the opportunity to succeed. At the school they respect each other, the pupils and their families. They have a curriculum that is meaningful, inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for all. Through carefully planned holistic learning, pupils are enabled to achieve their best.The school has a number of facilities to enhance learning:- A swimming / hydrotherapy pool- A sensory studio- 2 soft playrooms- An art room- 2 Halls- Rebound Therapy- A music room- There are many benefits of this role, including:- Working in a school with great facilities to aid pupils' learning- The opportunity to work in a school rated as good by Ofsted- Free parking on site- The opportunity to further your professional developmentThe responsibilities of this role include:- Supporting the teacher in lessons and classroom management- Helping to deliver engaging lesson to pupils- To attend and participate in any relevant meetings- To help children with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding)The requirements for the role are:- Experience working with children or adults with additional care needs- A DBS on the update service- Be committed to working with pupils to help them to achieve their best- To support the pupils by understanding their individualised education programme (IEP), their level of progress and their communication systems (e.g. PECS / Signalong / Objects of Reference/Symbols)The successful candidate will work in an inclusive school, where pupils are treated with dignity and respect, where the school creates a purposeful and secure learning environment and achievements of successes are recognised and celebrated. You will work with a fantastic staff team who will aid you in your journey to becoming a fully skilled and well knowledgeable SEN teaching assistant.If you are a committed, nurturing, positive person who wants to make a difference in the lives of some amazing young people then this is the job for you. If you are interested in applying for the role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • salford, north west
        • contract
        • £60.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Do you want to take on a new and exciting challenge that will help to enhance your career?Have you got experience working with children or with adults with additional care needs?We are looking for a positive and dedicated individual to support pupils in a special high school inSalford. The pupils are between the ages of 11 and 19. The pupils have severe learning difficulties (SLD)or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), those with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) andothers who have additional complex learning needs. The school has many specialists to help aid thelearning of pupils, including a speech and language therapists, educational psychologists, nurses,physiotherapists, a visual impairment team and a hearing impairment team.The schools mission statement is "to create opportunities for every pupil to develop to theirmaximum potential. We strive to deliver an outstanding service to all pupils and their parents. Welook for every chance to recognise and celebrate achievement. We take pride in what we do andaccept that all we do can be continually improved. We aim to enhance the quality of life for allpupils".To succeed in their mission statement, the school has many aims, some of these include: To offer each pupil a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum within theNational Curriculum that is externally accredited where appropriate. To ensure that pupils' individual needs are met in terms of moral, spiritual and socialdevelopments and in the acquisition of personal and social values and skills. To maximise every pupil's potential for independence whilst respecting those pupils who willalways require support. To support parents and families by keeping them informed and involved in their child'sprogress, achievement and school events. To encourage, support and develop all staff in a positive professional environment whereindividual needs and achievements are recognised and appreciated. To promote and develop skills for further education, work, home and leisure activities. To help pupils develop into good citizens, with minds ready to explore, question andchallenge policies underpinning society.There are many benefits of the role, including: The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted Working with a school with state of the art facilities, including a large well-stocked sensorygarden, a hydrotherapy pool, a multi-use games area, outside gym equipment area, a full-sized football pitch and a sensory lightroom Gaining valuable experience with a skilled staff team who will help to improve yourknowledge and skills within the SEN sector Working with pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role are: Deliver tailored teaching activities to pupils on either a one-to-one basis or in small groups Support the teacher in managing challenging pupil behaviour and promoting positivebehaviour Provide feedback to the teacher about pupil progress with pupils you have been workingwith Help pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding)The requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience working with children or adults working with additional needs A dedication to creating a positive learning environment to pupils who are eager to learn Being a resilient, caring and supportive personThe successful candidate will work in a school where all teaching staff are highly dedicated tomeeting the specific needs of all students. You will be working in a caring environment with pupilswho want to achieve their best. To apply for the role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 oremail at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want to take on a new and exciting challenge that will help to enhance your career?Have you got experience working with children or with adults with additional care needs?We are looking for a positive and dedicated individual to support pupils in a special high school inSalford. The pupils are between the ages of 11 and 19. The pupils have severe learning difficulties (SLD)or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), those with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) andothers who have additional complex learning needs. The school has many specialists to help aid thelearning of pupils, including a speech and language therapists, educational psychologists, nurses,physiotherapists, a visual impairment team and a hearing impairment team.The schools mission statement is "to create opportunities for every pupil to develop to theirmaximum potential. We strive to deliver an outstanding service to all pupils and their parents. Welook for every chance to recognise and celebrate achievement. We take pride in what we do andaccept that all we do can be continually improved. We aim to enhance the quality of life for allpupils".To succeed in their mission statement, the school has many aims, some of these include: To offer each pupil a broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated curriculum within theNational Curriculum that is externally accredited where appropriate. To ensure that pupils' individual needs are met in terms of moral, spiritual and socialdevelopments and in the acquisition of personal and social values and skills. To maximise every pupil's potential for independence whilst respecting those pupils who willalways require support. To support parents and families by keeping them informed and involved in their child'sprogress, achievement and school events. To encourage, support and develop all staff in a positive professional environment whereindividual needs and achievements are recognised and appreciated. To promote and develop skills for further education, work, home and leisure activities. To help pupils develop into good citizens, with minds ready to explore, question andchallenge policies underpinning society.There are many benefits of the role, including: The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted Working with a school with state of the art facilities, including a large well-stocked sensorygarden, a hydrotherapy pool, a multi-use games area, outside gym equipment area, a full-sized football pitch and a sensory lightroom Gaining valuable experience with a skilled staff team who will help to improve yourknowledge and skills within the SEN sector Working with pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role are: Deliver tailored teaching activities to pupils on either a one-to-one basis or in small groups Support the teacher in managing challenging pupil behaviour and promoting positivebehaviour Provide feedback to the teacher about pupil progress with pupils you have been workingwith Help pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding)The requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience working with children or adults working with additional needs A dedication to creating a positive learning environment to pupils who are eager to learn Being a resilient, caring and supportive personThe successful candidate will work in a school where all teaching staff are highly dedicated tomeeting the specific needs of all students. You will be working in a caring environment with pupilswho want to achieve their best. To apply for the role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 oremail at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • bolton, north west
        • contract
        • £60 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to gain experience in a school setting?Do you want to help children achieve their full potential?We are looking for a person who is enthusiastic and has a passion for helping children with SEN in schools in the Bolton area. The successful candidate will help pupils from primary and secondary school and support their learning. You may also be required to help the children with their emotional, behavioural and care needs. You will support the teacher of the class with the general supervision and management of students. There are many benefits to this job role, including:Gaining valuable experience in a classroom settingFlexible hoursDevelopment and excellent training Work with brilliant children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities that you would have are:Provide support and guidance to studentsWork closely with the teacher to create a positive learning environment Assist pupils with personal careHelp to deliver interesting lessons to engage studentsThe requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience working with children Experience working with people with additional needs or in careBe committed to achieving high standards of attainment for studentsThe successful candidate will work in a caring, warm and friendly environment with children who are enthusiastic about learning. You will be supported by a skilled staff team who will aid your development in the SEN sector. If you are interested in this role and would like to know more, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want to gain experience in a school setting?Do you want to help children achieve their full potential?We are looking for a person who is enthusiastic and has a passion for helping children with SEN in schools in the Bolton area. The successful candidate will help pupils from primary and secondary school and support their learning. You may also be required to help the children with their emotional, behavioural and care needs. You will support the teacher of the class with the general supervision and management of students. There are many benefits to this job role, including:Gaining valuable experience in a classroom settingFlexible hoursDevelopment and excellent training Work with brilliant children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities that you would have are:Provide support and guidance to studentsWork closely with the teacher to create a positive learning environment Assist pupils with personal careHelp to deliver interesting lessons to engage studentsThe requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience working with children Experience working with people with additional needs or in careBe committed to achieving high standards of attainment for studentsThe successful candidate will work in a caring, warm and friendly environment with children who are enthusiastic about learning. You will be supported by a skilled staff team who will aid your development in the SEN sector. If you are interested in this role and would like to know more, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • trafford, north west
        • contract
        • £60 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you looking for a new and exciting job role?Do you have experience supporting pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?We are looking for an enthusiastic and positive individual to support pupils at a school in Trafford.You will be working with pupils between the ages of 2 and 11 with learning difficulties and additionalcomplex needs such as autism, physical or sensory impairments, down syndrome and developmentaldelay. The school works within a multi-professional team including speech therapists,physiotherapists, occupational therapists, professional musicians, artists and sports leaders. Theschool has some fantastic facilities including a hydrotherapy pool, soft-play room, sensory room, andfabulous outdoor learning spaces.The schools mission statement is "Together, we Make a Difference …" and they achieve this bycreating a personalised curriculum and unique learning journey for every child. The school motto is"To Challenge the Possibilities". The school has several core values: Inclusion Respect Trust Enjoyment Collaboration Creativity Optimism GrowthSome of the schools aims include: Celebrate and value individuality Prioritise the development of children's communication skills and respect what theycommunicate Provide an environment in which each child can develop skills at their own pace and yet stillachieve their full potential Maintain high expectations of learning within each child's capability Discover each child's interests and provide activities which will motivate them to learnindependently Work as a multi-professional team in order to meet the specific needs of all pupilsThe benefits of this role are: The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted Working within a skilled staff team to guide you in your role Gaining valuable experience within the SEN sector Free parking facilities on siteThe responsibilities of this role are: Supporting pupils on a one to one basis or in small groups Setting up the classroom for that day's activities Gathering materials needed for lessons Helping with pupils additional needs (e.g. feeding, toileting)The requirements for this role are: Experience working with Special Educational Needs pupils A DBS on the update service A dedication to helping pupils reach their full potential Being an empathetic and resilient individualThe successful candidate will work in an amazing primary school with a warm, friendly and caringworking environment. You will support pupils who want to achieve their best and are eager to learn.The school is inspirational for all their pupils; teaching and learning strategies are personalised tomeet individual need & learning style. If you are interested in applying for this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Are you looking for a new and exciting job role?Do you have experience supporting pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN)?We are looking for an enthusiastic and positive individual to support pupils at a school in Trafford.You will be working with pupils between the ages of 2 and 11 with learning difficulties and additionalcomplex needs such as autism, physical or sensory impairments, down syndrome and developmentaldelay. The school works within a multi-professional team including speech therapists,physiotherapists, occupational therapists, professional musicians, artists and sports leaders. Theschool has some fantastic facilities including a hydrotherapy pool, soft-play room, sensory room, andfabulous outdoor learning spaces.The schools mission statement is "Together, we Make a Difference …" and they achieve this bycreating a personalised curriculum and unique learning journey for every child. The school motto is"To Challenge the Possibilities". The school has several core values: Inclusion Respect Trust Enjoyment Collaboration Creativity Optimism GrowthSome of the schools aims include: Celebrate and value individuality Prioritise the development of children's communication skills and respect what theycommunicate Provide an environment in which each child can develop skills at their own pace and yet stillachieve their full potential Maintain high expectations of learning within each child's capability Discover each child's interests and provide activities which will motivate them to learnindependently Work as a multi-professional team in order to meet the specific needs of all pupilsThe benefits of this role are: The opportunity to work in a school rated as outstanding by Ofsted Working within a skilled staff team to guide you in your role Gaining valuable experience within the SEN sector Free parking facilities on siteThe responsibilities of this role are: Supporting pupils on a one to one basis or in small groups Setting up the classroom for that day's activities Gathering materials needed for lessons Helping with pupils additional needs (e.g. feeding, toileting)The requirements for this role are: Experience working with Special Educational Needs pupils A DBS on the update service A dedication to helping pupils reach their full potential Being an empathetic and resilient individualThe successful candidate will work in an amazing primary school with a warm, friendly and caringworking environment. You will support pupils who want to achieve their best and are eager to learn.The school is inspirational for all their pupils; teaching and learning strategies are personalised tomeet individual need & learning style. If you are interested in applying for this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • swinton, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £70 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you want to help pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) achieve their best?Do you have experience working with pupils with SEND?We are looking for a committed and enthusiastic individual to work for a special needs primary school in Swinton. You will be working with pupils between the ages of 5 and 11. Pupils identified needs are profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and some pupils also have complex medical needs.The school has staff that specialise in:- Moving and Handling- Team Teach and De-escalation- Rebound Therapy- Autism & Communication- Elklan- Signalong- PECS- PODDThe school also has a variety of health professionals who reside on site:- Childrens Nurse- Physio- OT- SALT- Continence Nurse- PaediatricianThe school has a number of facilities to enhance learning:- Swimming/hydrotherapy pool- Sensory studio- 2 soft playrooms- Art Room- Rebound Therapy- Food Technology Room- Outdoor Learning AreaThere are several benefits of working in this school:- Working in a school rated as good by Ofsted- Having access to amazing facilities and resources- Free parking on site- Working with pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role are:- Working in small groups or on a one to one basis with pupils- Supporting pupils with their additional care needs- Helping the teacher to devise an interesting lesson plan- Supporting the teacher in delivering enthusiastic and fun lessonsThe requirements for the role are:- A DBS on the update service (if you do not have this, you will be required to apply for one)- Experience working with pupils with additional needs- Being a committed person that wants to help pupils with SEND achieve their best- Being a positive and passionate individualThe successful candidate will work in a warm and caring school with highly skilled staff who will support you in your role. If you are interested in the role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want to help pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) achieve their best?Do you have experience working with pupils with SEND?We are looking for a committed and enthusiastic individual to work for a special needs primary school in Swinton. You will be working with pupils between the ages of 5 and 11. Pupils identified needs are profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and some pupils also have complex medical needs.The school has staff that specialise in:- Moving and Handling- Team Teach and De-escalation- Rebound Therapy- Autism & Communication- Elklan- Signalong- PECS- PODDThe school also has a variety of health professionals who reside on site:- Childrens Nurse- Physio- OT- SALT- Continence Nurse- PaediatricianThe school has a number of facilities to enhance learning:- Swimming/hydrotherapy pool- Sensory studio- 2 soft playrooms- Art Room- Rebound Therapy- Food Technology Room- Outdoor Learning AreaThere are several benefits of working in this school:- Working in a school rated as good by Ofsted- Having access to amazing facilities and resources- Free parking on site- Working with pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role are:- Working in small groups or on a one to one basis with pupils- Supporting pupils with their additional care needs- Helping the teacher to devise an interesting lesson plan- Supporting the teacher in delivering enthusiastic and fun lessonsThe requirements for the role are:- A DBS on the update service (if you do not have this, you will be required to apply for one)- Experience working with pupils with additional needs- Being a committed person that wants to help pupils with SEND achieve their best- Being a positive and passionate individualThe successful candidate will work in a warm and caring school with highly skilled staff who will support you in your role. If you are interested in the role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • greater manchester, north west
        • contract
        • competitive
        • randstad education
        Do you want a job role in a dynamic working environment?Do you want to help young people improve their academic success?We are looking for an enthusiastic person to work with young people in KS1 and KS2 in schools in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will aim to improve the academic achievement of primary school children and help them to reach their full potential. You will be teaching the children a range of subjects, including Maths, English and Science. These children may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and Autism (ASC). There are multiple benefits of this role including:* Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainment* The opportunity to work in a diverse role * Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)* Working alongside a skilled staff teamYour responsibilities will include:* Teaching lessons to primary school children* Planning lessons for a range of different subjects* Creating engaging and creative lesson plans for the children* Tracking progress of the pupils and devising plans to improve attainment based on successes and weaknesses of the classThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS on the update service* A teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)* Experience in teaching pupils with SEN* Being passionate about providing an excellent learning experience The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with SEN children. You will be working in a nurturing environment where all the pupils' needs can be attended to. You will be given excellent training and gain lots of experience working with a brilliant group of young children.If this sounds like a role that you would be interested in, please call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you want a job role in a dynamic working environment?Do you want to help young people improve their academic success?We are looking for an enthusiastic person to work with young people in KS1 and KS2 in schools in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will aim to improve the academic achievement of primary school children and help them to reach their full potential. You will be teaching the children a range of subjects, including Maths, English and Science. These children may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and Autism (ASC). There are multiple benefits of this role including:* Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainment* The opportunity to work in a diverse role * Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)* Working alongside a skilled staff teamYour responsibilities will include:* Teaching lessons to primary school children* Planning lessons for a range of different subjects* Creating engaging and creative lesson plans for the children* Tracking progress of the pupils and devising plans to improve attainment based on successes and weaknesses of the classThe requirements for this role are:* A DBS on the update service* A teaching qualification (NQTs will also be considered)* Experience in teaching pupils with SEN* Being passionate about providing an excellent learning experience The successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with SEN children. You will be working in a nurturing environment where all the pupils' needs can be attended to. You will be given excellent training and gain lots of experience working with a brilliant group of young children.If this sounds like a role that you would be interested in, please call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • manchester, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience working with pupils with complex needs?Do you want to help support pupils in a Special Educational Needs (SEN) school?We are looking for a dedicated and experienced teaching assistant to work with pupils with complexneeds. All students have a statement of special educational needs for moderate to severe andprofound and multiple learning difficulties. Some students have additional complex learning, sensoryor physical needs; there is a growing number of students with high dependency medical needs orautism spectrum conditions.You will be supporting small class sizes in a High School with pupils agedbetween 11 and 19.The school has access to lots of facilities, including: Design Technology Food Technology Art, Science Careers ICT suite Dance, drama music studio Sports hall. Hydrotherapy room Therapy area Medical areas Outdoor play areas Multisensory rooms Calm spaces Gym Community roomThe school logo is "Do your best". They believe that everyone in the school can contribute to theirschool community by always doing their best yet not necessarily having to be the best. They are veryproud that staff and pupils always work hard and strive to achieve. There is a very strong approachto team work by staff and pupils.The school has several aims, some of these including:Promote self-esteem by recognising and celebrating the achievement of individual pupilsPromote the ability to respect other peoples' points of view regardless of race, gender,religion, sexuality or abilityPromote, where appropriate, the inclusion of pupils within and outside school, ensuring thatsuch inclusion is in accord with parental wishes and is of benefit to the pupil atmosphere ofthe schoolProvide the community with opportunities to value our pupils as individuals and recognisetheir contribution to societyWork with a multidisciplinary team to meet the individual needs of each pupilThere are several benefits of this role, including: Working with vastly experienced staff who will guide you in your role Gaining valuable SEN experience in a school rated outstanding by Ofsted Working in a school with fantastic facilities Parking facilities on siteThe responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher of the teacher within the classroom Working on a one to one basis with pupils to aid their learning Helping pupils with any additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding, administering medication) Setting up the classroom for the lessonThe requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Team Teach qualification Experience working with pupils complex needs Being a dedicated teaching assistant who wants to help pupils reach their full potentialThe successful candidate will work in an inclusive school that tries to meet the needs of all theirchildren regardless of their level of support need.You will work in a friendly and warm classroom environment and get the training needed to be a successful teaching assistant. If you want to apply for this role, please contact Laura at 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have experience working with pupils with complex needs?Do you want to help support pupils in a Special Educational Needs (SEN) school?We are looking for a dedicated and experienced teaching assistant to work with pupils with complexneeds. All students have a statement of special educational needs for moderate to severe andprofound and multiple learning difficulties. Some students have additional complex learning, sensoryor physical needs; there is a growing number of students with high dependency medical needs orautism spectrum conditions.You will be supporting small class sizes in a High School with pupils agedbetween 11 and 19.The school has access to lots of facilities, including: Design Technology Food Technology Art, Science Careers ICT suite Dance, drama music studio Sports hall. Hydrotherapy room Therapy area Medical areas Outdoor play areas Multisensory rooms Calm spaces Gym Community roomThe school logo is "Do your best". They believe that everyone in the school can contribute to theirschool community by always doing their best yet not necessarily having to be the best. They are veryproud that staff and pupils always work hard and strive to achieve. There is a very strong approachto team work by staff and pupils.The school has several aims, some of these including:Promote self-esteem by recognising and celebrating the achievement of individual pupilsPromote the ability to respect other peoples' points of view regardless of race, gender,religion, sexuality or abilityPromote, where appropriate, the inclusion of pupils within and outside school, ensuring thatsuch inclusion is in accord with parental wishes and is of benefit to the pupil atmosphere ofthe schoolProvide the community with opportunities to value our pupils as individuals and recognisetheir contribution to societyWork with a multidisciplinary team to meet the individual needs of each pupilThere are several benefits of this role, including: Working with vastly experienced staff who will guide you in your role Gaining valuable SEN experience in a school rated outstanding by Ofsted Working in a school with fantastic facilities Parking facilities on siteThe responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher of the teacher within the classroom Working on a one to one basis with pupils to aid their learning Helping pupils with any additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding, administering medication) Setting up the classroom for the lessonThe requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Team Teach qualification Experience working with pupils complex needs Being a dedicated teaching assistant who wants to help pupils reach their full potentialThe successful candidate will work in an inclusive school that tries to meet the needs of all theirchildren regardless of their level of support need.You will work in a friendly and warm classroom environment and get the training needed to be a successful teaching assistant. If you want to apply for this role, please contact Laura at 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • didsbury, north west
        • contract
        • £110 - £150 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have a passion for moulding minds and shaping the future of tomorrow?Excited about the opportunity to inspire and enthuse passionate students?If you have answered yes then we've got the perfect role for you.We're seeking a Health and Social Care teacher for a secondary school in the south of Manchester within excellent commuting distance of Manchester City Centre. The School is a high performing community school, with amazing students, dedicated staff and fantastic facilities.Benefits:- CPD- Regular staff social events, clubs and well being activities- Staff Mental Health Champions as a point of contact and advice- Induction programmes for new staff at all levelsFacilities:- Dedicated rooms for subject areas- Specialist rooms for Technology, Science, Languages, Art, Construction and Beauty Therapy- Extensive ICT facilities- Independent Learning Centre- Large Sports Hall, Gymnasium, Dance Studio and fitness Suite- Largest Playing fields in Manchester- Music technology suite, rehearsal rooms and recording studio- Drama studio, editing suite and large auditorium and performance facilities in the main dining hallHave you got the passion and drive to raise standards and contribute to taking the school forwards in its mission to constantly deliver a high-quality level of education?If so we ask that you have:- PGCE certification- A degree in related subject or an appropriate related subject- Excellent organisational skills- An ability to promote effective teaching and learning- Enthusiasm commitment and flexibilityResponsibilities:- Planning, preparation & delivery of curriculum necessary subject matter- Providing engaging and interactive lessons- Communicating with parents and carers over pupil's progress and participating in departmental meetings, parent's - evenings and whole school training events- Participating in and organising extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events- Preparing pupils for qualifications and external examinationsIf 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 successful and outstanding school, don't hesitate, apply today. Please send your CV over to or contact Laura on laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Do you have a passion for moulding minds and shaping the future of tomorrow?Excited about the opportunity to inspire and enthuse passionate students?If you have answered yes then we've got the perfect role for you.We're seeking a Health and Social Care teacher for a secondary school in the south of Manchester within excellent commuting distance of Manchester City Centre. The School is a high performing community school, with amazing students, dedicated staff and fantastic facilities.Benefits:- CPD- Regular staff social events, clubs and well being activities- Staff Mental Health Champions as a point of contact and advice- Induction programmes for new staff at all levelsFacilities:- Dedicated rooms for subject areas- Specialist rooms for Technology, Science, Languages, Art, Construction and Beauty Therapy- Extensive ICT facilities- Independent Learning Centre- Large Sports Hall, Gymnasium, Dance Studio and fitness Suite- Largest Playing fields in Manchester- Music technology suite, rehearsal rooms and recording studio- Drama studio, editing suite and large auditorium and performance facilities in the main dining hallHave you got the passion and drive to raise standards and contribute to taking the school forwards in its mission to constantly deliver a high-quality level of education?If so we ask that you have:- PGCE certification- A degree in related subject or an appropriate related subject- Excellent organisational skills- An ability to promote effective teaching and learning- Enthusiasm commitment and flexibilityResponsibilities:- Planning, preparation & delivery of curriculum necessary subject matter- Providing engaging and interactive lessons- Communicating with parents and carers over pupil's progress and participating in departmental meetings, parent's - evenings and whole school training events- Participating in and organising extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events- Preparing pupils for qualifications and external examinationsIf 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 successful and outstanding school, don't hesitate, apply today. Please send your CV over to or contact Laura on laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        • salford, north west
        • contract
        • £100 - £130 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an experienced EYFS Teacher? Do you have a passion to provide the foundations for subsequent learning opportunities? Can you nurture and engage students to provide the foundation for their learning? Then we've got the ideal role for you! Benefits:Secure car parkingFor NQTS, full induction will be providedFree CPD from both the school and Randstad EducationSupportive and knowledgeable teamCompetitive salary and contributory pensionResponsibilities:Planning, preparing & delivering of the current EYFS 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 and parents evenings.Requirements:Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)EYFS teaching experienceFull enhanced DBSProven ability to raise standards and attainment levelsDon't hesitate, apply today! Please call 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 an experienced EYFS Teacher? Do you have a passion to provide the foundations for subsequent learning opportunities? Can you nurture and engage students to provide the foundation for their learning? Then we've got the ideal role for you! Benefits:Secure car parkingFor NQTS, full induction will be providedFree CPD from both the school and Randstad EducationSupportive and knowledgeable teamCompetitive salary and contributory pensionResponsibilities:Planning, preparing & delivering of the current EYFS 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 and parents evenings.Requirements:Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)EYFS teaching experienceFull enhanced DBSProven ability to raise standards and attainment levelsDon't hesitate, apply today! Please call Victoria on 0161 200 1930 to discuss the role further or send a copy of your CV to victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        • bolton, north west
        • contract
        • £100 - £130 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an exciting Year 6 Teacher? Can you inspire children to achieve their very best, at a critical time in their learning? Are you passionate about ensuring young learners aspire to achieve the very best of their academic ability, through encouraging performance using a variety activities and materials that promote engagement? The school is a small single form entry primary school in Bolton with an excellent reputation, backed by a 'Good' Ofsted inspection. The teaching staff provide a wide range of stimulating activities, taught through an engaging curriculum, catering for children of all abilities. The school has been described as having a calm and friendly atmosphere throughout, created by a dedicated and professional staff and children who are motivated and happy.This job is for an Upper Key Stage 2 teacher and you will be joining a stable friendly school staff who work hard together to improve the children they teach.Benefits:Future permanent opportunities for career progression and development.Close to public transport links and on site parking.The school has excellent resources and facilities available.The successful applicant will:Have QTS.Have recent experience teaching in Year 6.Have proven ability to raise SATS results.Be able to support children academically and emotionally through their SATS.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:Your role will consist of teaching your own class of Year 6 children.Preparing them for SATS.Guiding the children in Key Stage 2 to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.Communicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress.Taking an active part in departmental meetings and whole school training events.Preparing for and attending parents' evening.Preparing end of year of reports.If you are passionate about making a real difference to a class of Year 6 children and want to work in a strong team of supportive staff, don't hesitate, apply today! Please call 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 an exciting Year 6 Teacher? Can you inspire children to achieve their very best, at a critical time in their learning? Are you passionate about ensuring young learners aspire to achieve the very best of their academic ability, through encouraging performance using a variety activities and materials that promote engagement? The school is a small single form entry primary school in Bolton with an excellent reputation, backed by a 'Good' Ofsted inspection. The teaching staff provide a wide range of stimulating activities, taught through an engaging curriculum, catering for children of all abilities. The school has been described as having a calm and friendly atmosphere throughout, created by a dedicated and professional staff and children who are motivated and happy.This job is for an Upper Key Stage 2 teacher and you will be joining a stable friendly school staff who work hard together to improve the children they teach.Benefits:Future permanent opportunities for career progression and development.Close to public transport links and on site parking.The school has excellent resources and facilities available.The successful applicant will:Have QTS.Have recent experience teaching in Year 6.Have proven ability to raise SATS results.Be able to support children academically and emotionally through their SATS.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:Your role will consist of teaching your own class of Year 6 children.Preparing them for SATS.Guiding the children in Key Stage 2 to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.Communicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress.Taking an active part in departmental meetings and whole school training events.Preparing for and attending parents' evening.Preparing end of year of reports.If you are passionate about making a real difference to a class of Year 6 children and want to work in a strong team of supportive staff, don't hesitate, apply today! Please call Victoria on 0161 200 1930 to discuss the role further or send a copy of your CV to victoria.walker@randstad.co.uk
        • trafford, north west
        • contract
        • £100 - £130 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an exciting Year 6 Teacher? Can you inspire children to achieve their very best, at a critical time in their learning Can you encourage children to succeed and aspire to achieve more than they thought possible?The school is a small single form entry primary school in Trafford with an excellent reputation, backed by a 'Good' Ofsted inspection. The teaching staff provide a wide range of stimulating activities, taught through an engaging curriculum, catering for children of all abilities. The school has been described as having a calm and friendly atmosphere throughout, created by a dedicated and professional staff and children who are motivated and happy.This job is for an Upper Key Stage 2 teacher and you will be joining a stable friendly school staff who work hard together to improve the children they teach.Benefits:Future permanent opportunities for career progression and development.Close to public transport links and on site parking.The school has excellent resources and facilities available.The successful applicant will:Have QTS.Have recent experience teaching in Year 6.Have proven ability to raise SATS results.Be able to support children academically and emotionally through their SATS.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:Your role will consist of teaching your own class of Year 6 children.Preparing them for SATS.Guiding the children in Key Stage 2 to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.Communicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress.Taking an active part in departmental meetings and whole school training events.Preparing for and attending parents' evening.Preparing end of year of reports.If you are passionate about making a real difference to a class of Year 6 children and want to work in a strong team of supportive staff, don't hesitate, apply today! Please call 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 an exciting Year 6 Teacher? Can you inspire children to achieve their very best, at a critical time in their learning Can you encourage children to succeed and aspire to achieve more than they thought possible?The school is a small single form entry primary school in Trafford with an excellent reputation, backed by a 'Good' Ofsted inspection. The teaching staff provide a wide range of stimulating activities, taught through an engaging curriculum, catering for children of all abilities. The school has been described as having a calm and friendly atmosphere throughout, created by a dedicated and professional staff and children who are motivated and happy.This job is for an Upper Key Stage 2 teacher and you will be joining a stable friendly school staff who work hard together to improve the children they teach.Benefits:Future permanent opportunities for career progression and development.Close to public transport links and on site parking.The school has excellent resources and facilities available.The successful applicant will:Have QTS.Have recent experience teaching in Year 6.Have proven ability to raise SATS results.Be able to support children academically and emotionally through their SATS.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:Your role will consist of teaching your own class of Year 6 children.Preparing them for SATS.Guiding the children in Key Stage 2 to further their development and understanding of the National Curriculum.Communicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress.Taking an active part in departmental meetings and whole school training events.Preparing for and attending parents' evening.Preparing end of year of reports.If you are passionate about making a real difference to a class of Year 6 children and want to work in a strong team of supportive staff, don't hesitate, apply today! Please call 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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