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        • salford, north west
        • temporary
        • competitive
        • randstad education
        Have you got experience working with children or working with adults with additional needs?Do you want to take on a new and exciting challenge working with Special Education Needs (SEN) pupils?We are looking for an enthusiastic and passionate individual to support pupils between the ages of 11 - 19 in a high school and college in Salford. The pupils have severe learning difficulties (SLD) or profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). A number also manage challenging behavioural difficulties. The School works with many specialists to aid the learning of their students, including:* A physiotherapist* An occupational therapist * Speech & language therapists* Social workers* An educational psychologist* Advisory teachers for visual impairment and hearing impairmentThe school has 10 core values, some of these include:* We believe the health and safety of our students is paramount* We believe in the right of all people to be emotionally healthy, financially secure and learning fulfilled* We believe we should all belong and feel we all belong* We believe in continuously improving our school through honest, collaborative teamwork* We believe our curriculum should be relevant, purposeful, accessible and constantly evolvingThe schools aims include:* To ensure that all our pupils' educational needs are met * To ensure that pupils are able to join in with all the activities of the school * To ensure that all pupils make the best possible progress * To ensure parents/carers are informed of their child's special needs and that there is effective communication between parents/carers and school * To ensure that pupils are able to express their views and are fully involved in decisions which affect their education * To promote effective partnerships and involve outside agencies when appropriateThere are many benefits of the role, including:* Working in a school rated Outstanding by Ofsted* The opportunity to work in a school with fantastic facilities to aid learning* Working in a school with pupils who are eager to learn* Working alongside a staff team who will improve your skills and knowledge within the SEN sectorThe responsibilities of the role include:* Working alongside the teacher to plan engaging lesson plans* Delivering one-to-one help or working in small groups with pupils* Preparing for lessons (e.g. gathering equipment and setting up the classroom)* Helping pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting and feeding)The requirements for the role are:* A DBS on the update service* Experience working with children or working with adults with additional care needs* A dedication to helping improve the learning of pupils* Being a caring and resilient individualThe successful candidate will work in a brilliant high school and college with a caring, happy and progressive learning community in which each person is valued equally and respected unconditionally. The school community promotes high expectations for each person and supports every member of the school community in achieving their potential as life-long learners. If this sounds like the job for you and you are interested in applying for the role, please contact Laura at 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
        Have you got experience working with children or working with adults with additional needs?Do you want to take on a new and exciting challenge working with Special Education Needs (SEN) pupils?We are looking for an enthusiastic and passionate individual to support pupils between the ages of 11 - 19 in a high school and college in Salford. The pupils have severe learning difficulties (SLD) or profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). A number also manage challenging behavioural difficulties. The School works with many specialists to aid the learning of their students, including:* A physiotherapist* An occupational therapist * Speech & language therapists* Social workers* An educational psychologist* Advisory teachers for visual impairment and hearing impairmentThe school has 10 core values, some of these include:* We believe the health and safety of our students is paramount* We believe in the right of all people to be emotionally healthy, financially secure and learning fulfilled* We believe we should all belong and feel we all belong* We believe in continuously improving our school through honest, collaborative teamwork* We believe our curriculum should be relevant, purposeful, accessible and constantly evolvingThe schools aims include:* To ensure that all our pupils' educational needs are met * To ensure that pupils are able to join in with all the activities of the school * To ensure that all pupils make the best possible progress * To ensure parents/carers are informed of their child's special needs and that there is effective communication between parents/carers and school * To ensure that pupils are able to express their views and are fully involved in decisions which affect their education * To promote effective partnerships and involve outside agencies when appropriateThere are many benefits of the role, including:* Working in a school rated Outstanding by Ofsted* The opportunity to work in a school with fantastic facilities to aid learning* Working in a school with pupils who are eager to learn* Working alongside a staff team who will improve your skills and knowledge within the SEN sectorThe responsibilities of the role include:* Working alongside the teacher to plan engaging lesson plans* Delivering one-to-one help or working in small groups with pupils* Preparing for lessons (e.g. gathering equipment and setting up the classroom)* Helping pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting and feeding)The requirements for the role are:* A DBS on the update service* Experience working with children or working with adults with additional care needs* A dedication to helping improve the learning of pupils* Being a caring and resilient individualThe successful candidate will work in a brilliant high school and college with a caring, happy and progressive learning community in which each person is valued equally and respected unconditionally. The school community promotes high expectations for each person and supports every member of the school community in achieving their potential as life-long learners. If this sounds like the job for you and you are interested in applying for the role, please contact Laura at 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
        • salford, north west
        • contract
        • £65 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you aspire to make an impact? Are you ready for an exciting challenge in a rewarding role? If you answered yes, this position may be for you. A specialist independent school in Salford require a Classroom Mentor to support children aged 13-16 in providing alternative provision and a suitable environment to match their varying needs. The ideal person for this role would be:Engaging and motivatingApproachable and understandingEmpathetic and patientPassionate about making a difference in children's lives Your benefits:Close to local transport linksWorking in a school rated 'Good' from Ofsted aiming towards achieving an 'Outstanding' schoolUnique and hands-on experience to develop your skills in special educational needs (SEN) and emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD)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 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 initiativeBehaviour management You will display:ReliabilityResponsibilityResilienceAbility to handle challenging behaviourRapport building and interaction skillsMotivational skills Your requirements:A DBS on the update serviceBe committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsExperience working with children or students (preferable but not essential)Be passionate to make a difference This is a fantastic opportunity for an aspiring teaching assistant or someone who is looking to start their career in the education sector to join a welcoming and friendly team, while providing each pupil an equal opportunity to develop spiritually, morally, socially and culturally. If you want to become part a successful alternative provision to raise confidence, self-esteem and aspirations in young people, please get in touch with Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstdeducation.co.uk
        Do you aspire to make an impact? Are you ready for an exciting challenge in a rewarding role? If you answered yes, this position may be for you. A specialist independent school in Salford require a Classroom Mentor to support children aged 13-16 in providing alternative provision and a suitable environment to match their varying needs. The ideal person for this role would be:Engaging and motivatingApproachable and understandingEmpathetic and patientPassionate about making a difference in children's lives Your benefits:Close to local transport linksWorking in a school rated 'Good' from Ofsted aiming towards achieving an 'Outstanding' schoolUnique and hands-on experience to develop your skills in special educational needs (SEN) and emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD)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 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 initiativeBehaviour management You will display:ReliabilityResponsibilityResilienceAbility to handle challenging behaviourRapport building and interaction skillsMotivational skills Your requirements:A DBS on the update serviceBe committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsExperience working with children or students (preferable but not essential)Be passionate to make a difference This is a fantastic opportunity for an aspiring teaching assistant or someone who is looking to start their career in the education sector to join a welcoming and friendly team, while providing each pupil an equal opportunity to develop spiritually, morally, socially and culturally. If you want to become part a successful alternative provision to raise confidence, self-esteem and aspirations in young people, please get in touch with Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstdeducation.co.uk
        • salford, north west
        • contract
        • £20.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Do you believe that everyone is able to learn? Are you a qualified teacher seeking extra work? Perhaps you are an experienced tutor wishing to help struggling children pass their exams? Or do you have QTS and are seeking a new rewarding job role which is slightly different?I am currently looking for tutors to support pupils across the Salford area on a one to one basis. You can work from 2 - 6 hours per day across a range of subjects including Maths, English and Science. This is a new government initiative recently announced in order to support pupils with catching up on work that they missed out on due to school closures. The extra support offered to the children will take place in both during and after school hours. You will need be engaging and informative and be able to tailor an education session to suit the individual child's needs.Benefits of the role:Flexible working hoursA dedicated team of consultants finding you work & offering career adviceCompetitive PayChoose how much work you would like to take onThe ideal candidate will have:Engaging learning styleQTS or extensive tuition experienceDriving License (Preferred)DBS on the update service or will to apply for a new one.We are due to interview for these roles soon so if you would like to be considered then please send us your application today. Or if you require any information please contact James Steele on 0161 200 1906 or email me directly at james.steele1@randstadeducation.co.uk.
        Do you believe that everyone is able to learn? Are you a qualified teacher seeking extra work? Perhaps you are an experienced tutor wishing to help struggling children pass their exams? Or do you have QTS and are seeking a new rewarding job role which is slightly different?I am currently looking for tutors to support pupils across the Salford area on a one to one basis. You can work from 2 - 6 hours per day across a range of subjects including Maths, English and Science. This is a new government initiative recently announced in order to support pupils with catching up on work that they missed out on due to school closures. The extra support offered to the children will take place in both during and after school hours. You will need be engaging and informative and be able to tailor an education session to suit the individual child's needs.Benefits of the role:Flexible working hoursA dedicated team of consultants finding you work & offering career adviceCompetitive PayChoose how much work you would like to take onThe ideal candidate will have:Engaging learning styleQTS or extensive tuition experienceDriving License (Preferred)DBS on the update service or will to apply for a new one.We are due to interview for these roles soon so if you would like to be considered then please send us your application today. Or if you require any information please contact James Steele on 0161 200 1906 or email me directly at james.steele1@randstadeducation.co.uk.

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