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      • barking and dagenham, london
      • permanent
      • £70 - £85 per day
      • randstad education
      1:1 Learning Support AssistantBarking and DagenhamPermanent£70-80 per day depending on experience Are you passionate about the development and learning of children with Special Educational Needs?Do you have experience working on a 1:1/small group basis within the classroom setting?Are you looking for an exciting, challenging new role within the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham? If so, please read below - Randstad Education may have the perfect role for you! One of our partnership schools in Redbridge is currently looking for a full time 1:1 Learning Support Assistant, with a view of a September start. This position is a permanent contract and they are looking for someone passionate about creating a comfortable learning environment. You will be working closely with the SEN department in the school, and on a 1:1 basis with a KS2 student diagnosed with behavioural and learning difficulties. The school is based In the Barking area, and has access to public transport. The school prides itself on being a welcoming environment, with opportunities for educators to develop themselves through their roles. Responsibilities:Work on a 1:1 basis with a student who has Special Educational NeedsLesson/work planning for the student you are working withUtilise learning schemes in order to progress your student's learningKeep the child focused and engaged in their workReport back to parents and teachers regarding the students progressLiaise with the SENCO and class teacher where required Benefits of the role:ReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300.The opportunity to build upon previous skills and experience gained, in particular within the SEN sectorPermanent position with career progression opportunitiesThe chance to build relationships with supportive and outgoing colleaguesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the primary sector Requirements:Previous experience working with SEN children (experience working with behavioural/learning difficulties desired but not essential)Previous experience working within the education sectorHave a Enhanced DBS on the update service or be willing to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationA basic understanding of Intervention.(desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team TeachBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possible If you believe this role is for you, please click apply below. We are expecting a high volume of applications; if you are interested in this role please apply without delay. Should you be shortlisted, one of our consultants will be in contact with you. If you would like more information or to apply directly, please contact Bronte via email at bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk
      1:1 Learning Support AssistantBarking and DagenhamPermanent£70-80 per day depending on experience Are you passionate about the development and learning of children with Special Educational Needs?Do you have experience working on a 1:1/small group basis within the classroom setting?Are you looking for an exciting, challenging new role within the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham? If so, please read below - Randstad Education may have the perfect role for you! One of our partnership schools in Redbridge is currently looking for a full time 1:1 Learning Support Assistant, with a view of a September start. This position is a permanent contract and they are looking for someone passionate about creating a comfortable learning environment. You will be working closely with the SEN department in the school, and on a 1:1 basis with a KS2 student diagnosed with behavioural and learning difficulties. The school is based In the Barking area, and has access to public transport. The school prides itself on being a welcoming environment, with opportunities for educators to develop themselves through their roles. Responsibilities:Work on a 1:1 basis with a student who has Special Educational NeedsLesson/work planning for the student you are working withUtilise learning schemes in order to progress your student's learningKeep the child focused and engaged in their workReport back to parents and teachers regarding the students progressLiaise with the SENCO and class teacher where required Benefits of the role:ReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300.The opportunity to build upon previous skills and experience gained, in particular within the SEN sectorPermanent position with career progression opportunitiesThe chance to build relationships with supportive and outgoing colleaguesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the primary sector Requirements:Previous experience working with SEN children (experience working with behavioural/learning difficulties desired but not essential)Previous experience working within the education sectorHave a Enhanced DBS on the update service or be willing to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationA basic understanding of Intervention.(desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team TeachBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possible If you believe this role is for you, please click apply below. We are expecting a high volume of applications; if you are interested in this role please apply without delay. Should you be shortlisted, one of our consultants will be in contact with you. If you would like more information or to apply directly, please contact Bronte via email at bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • barking and dagenham, london
      • permanent
      • £29,915 - £41,136 per year
      • randstad education
      Position: Year 1 teacherLocation: RedbridgeStart Date: SeptemberPermanentPay to ScaleAre you a qualified teacher looking for a new, permanent role starting in September?Are you looking to work in the Borough of Redbridge? Are you passionate about teaching KS1 students within primary education? Please keep reading and apply ASAP.Bring your passion and dedication to a learning environment that allows children to get the attention and education they deserve. An exciting opportunity has arisen in a Primary school within the Borough of Redbridge. This role is permanent and suits teachers ready for a longer term position. You will be a KS1 primary teacher with the opportunity to work with Year 1 students. The school is looking to interview immediately with the benefit of securing your Long term role for September 2022. The interviews will include lesson observation - these will take place in February 2022.The SchoolThis is a progressive Primary school located in the Ilford area. The School continually strives to improve the standards set for their teachers and most importantly for their pupils. The primary school has a lovely site with a brilliant team and inspiring Head Teacher; the school also holds new facilities to help their student's education.Key RequirementsIdeally you will be experienced in dealing with KS1 pupils and possess strong organisational skills as well as being versatile. You will need to be resilient and tenacious to deal with the challenges that will inevitably come your way. Responsibilities:Planning, preparation & delivery of curriculum necessary subject matterProviding engaging and interactive lessonsCommunicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training eventsParticipating in and organising extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events The right candidate will need to have:Confident classroom and behaviour managementA minimum of 6 months UK experienceExperience teaching KS1 studentsGreat understanding of the National CurriculumQTSEnhanced DBSPlease note: this vacancy is not suitable for NQT/ECT Teachers.For more information on this role or any others please contact Bronte at Randstad Education ASAP - email bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk. Please apply now to secure your role for September.
      Position: Year 1 teacherLocation: RedbridgeStart Date: SeptemberPermanentPay to ScaleAre you a qualified teacher looking for a new, permanent role starting in September?Are you looking to work in the Borough of Redbridge? Are you passionate about teaching KS1 students within primary education? Please keep reading and apply ASAP.Bring your passion and dedication to a learning environment that allows children to get the attention and education they deserve. An exciting opportunity has arisen in a Primary school within the Borough of Redbridge. This role is permanent and suits teachers ready for a longer term position. You will be a KS1 primary teacher with the opportunity to work with Year 1 students. The school is looking to interview immediately with the benefit of securing your Long term role for September 2022. The interviews will include lesson observation - these will take place in February 2022.The SchoolThis is a progressive Primary school located in the Ilford area. The School continually strives to improve the standards set for their teachers and most importantly for their pupils. The primary school has a lovely site with a brilliant team and inspiring Head Teacher; the school also holds new facilities to help their student's education.Key RequirementsIdeally you will be experienced in dealing with KS1 pupils and possess strong organisational skills as well as being versatile. You will need to be resilient and tenacious to deal with the challenges that will inevitably come your way. Responsibilities:Planning, preparation & delivery of curriculum necessary subject matterProviding engaging and interactive lessonsCommunicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training eventsParticipating in and organising extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events The right candidate will need to have:Confident classroom and behaviour managementA minimum of 6 months UK experienceExperience teaching KS1 studentsGreat understanding of the National CurriculumQTSEnhanced DBSPlease note: this vacancy is not suitable for NQT/ECT Teachers.For more information on this role or any others please contact Bronte at Randstad Education ASAP - email bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk. Please apply now to secure your role for September.
      • barking and dagenham, london
      • contract
      • £130 - £170 per day
      • randstad education
      Year 1 TeacherLondon Borough of Barking and DagenhamJanuary StartPay to scale - long-term If you are an experienced, qualified Primary Teacher looking for a new, exciting challenge at one of our highly regarded partnership schools in Barking and Dagenham, Randstad Education may have just the opportunity for you! Randstad Education is working closely with a large Primary school in the Barking area who are looking to recruit for their Spring term. The school is looking for a full-time Key Stage 1 teacher to start in January 2022, initially on a long term temporary basis, but there is the possibility of a permanent role for the right person. The successful candidate will be a qualified or experienced, accomplished Key Stage 1 Teacher who possesses the confidence and ability to prepare fun and effective lessons. They will be a Teacher who has excellent subject knowledge and understanding of the current curriculum, committed to ensuring that all students, regardless of ability, have the opportunity to make excellent progress. This role will be working with a Year 1 class. The school is looking to interview immediately with the benefit of securing your Long term role for September 2021. The primary school is in a good location for public transport and has parking on the grounds. Benefits of the role:A close-knit, supportive team in a pleasant Primary School environment, with regular opportunities for continued professional development. Refer a friend scheme - you could earn £300!Weekly pay at a competitive rateLong-term to permanent progression possibilities The main skill requirements of the role are as follows:The ability to use a range of teaching strategies to meet the needs of all pupils effectively.The ability to use a range of classroom management strategies to ensure children develop good learning behaviours.The ability to challenge and support all pupils to make good progress.Basic understanding and competence in ICT.The ability to communicate effectively with pupils, parents/carers and colleagues from a range of different environments, building good relationships.The ability to write clear, concise reports.Promote the school's aims positively, and use effective strategies to monitor motivation and morale Other requirements include:Confident classroom and behaviour managementA minimum of 6 months UK experienceExperience teaching KS1 StudentsGreat understanding off the KS1 Curriculum QTSEnhanced DBS Should you wish to apply, please click apply today! Alternatively you can send your CV to bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk.
      Year 1 TeacherLondon Borough of Barking and DagenhamJanuary StartPay to scale - long-term If you are an experienced, qualified Primary Teacher looking for a new, exciting challenge at one of our highly regarded partnership schools in Barking and Dagenham, Randstad Education may have just the opportunity for you! Randstad Education is working closely with a large Primary school in the Barking area who are looking to recruit for their Spring term. The school is looking for a full-time Key Stage 1 teacher to start in January 2022, initially on a long term temporary basis, but there is the possibility of a permanent role for the right person. The successful candidate will be a qualified or experienced, accomplished Key Stage 1 Teacher who possesses the confidence and ability to prepare fun and effective lessons. They will be a Teacher who has excellent subject knowledge and understanding of the current curriculum, committed to ensuring that all students, regardless of ability, have the opportunity to make excellent progress. This role will be working with a Year 1 class. The school is looking to interview immediately with the benefit of securing your Long term role for September 2021. The primary school is in a good location for public transport and has parking on the grounds. Benefits of the role:A close-knit, supportive team in a pleasant Primary School environment, with regular opportunities for continued professional development. Refer a friend scheme - you could earn £300!Weekly pay at a competitive rateLong-term to permanent progression possibilities The main skill requirements of the role are as follows:The ability to use a range of teaching strategies to meet the needs of all pupils effectively.The ability to use a range of classroom management strategies to ensure children develop good learning behaviours.The ability to challenge and support all pupils to make good progress.Basic understanding and competence in ICT.The ability to communicate effectively with pupils, parents/carers and colleagues from a range of different environments, building good relationships.The ability to write clear, concise reports.Promote the school's aims positively, and use effective strategies to monitor motivation and morale Other requirements include:Confident classroom and behaviour managementA minimum of 6 months UK experienceExperience teaching KS1 StudentsGreat understanding off the KS1 Curriculum QTSEnhanced DBS Should you wish to apply, please click apply today! Alternatively you can send your CV to bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk.
      • barking and dagenham, london
      • permanent
      • £29,915 - £41,136 per year
      • randstad education
      Position: Year 6 teacherLocation: Barking and DagenhamStart Date: SeptemberPermanentPay to ScaleAre you a qualified teacher looking for a new, permanent role starting in September?Are you looking to work in the Borough of Barking and Dagenham? Are you passionate about teaching KS2 students within primary education? Please keep reading and apply ASAP.Bring your passion and dedication to a learning environment that allows children to get the attention and education they deserve. An exciting opportunity has arisen in a Primary school within the Borough of Barking and Dagenham. This role is permanent and suits teachers ready for a longer term position. You will be a KS2 primary teacher with the opportunity to work with Year 6 students. The school is looking to interview immediately with the benefit of securing your Long term role for September 2022. The interviews will include lesson observation - these will take place in February 2022.The SchoolThis is a progressive Primary school located in the Barking area. The School continually strives to improve the standards set for their teachers and most importantly for their pupils. All pupils are encouraged to enjoy the learning process in an environment where they feel safe and secure. The primary school has a lovely site with a brilliant team and inspiring Head Teacher; the school also holds new facilities to help their student's education.Key RequirementsIdeally you will be experienced in dealing with KS2 pupils and possess strong organisational skills as well as being versatile. You will need to be resilient and tenacious to deal with the challenges that will inevitably come your way. Responsibilities:Planning, preparation & delivery of curriculum necessary subject matterProviding engaging and interactive lessonsCommunicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training eventsParticipating in and organising extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events The right candidate will need to have:Confident classroom and behaviour managementA minimum of 6 months UK experienceExperience teaching Year 6 studentsGreat understanding of the National Curriculum, as well as the SATS learning material. QTSEnhanced DBSPlease note: this vacancy is not suitable for NQT/ECT Teachers.For more information on this role or any others please contact Bronte at Randstad Education ASAP - email bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk. Please apply now to secure your role for September.
      Position: Year 6 teacherLocation: Barking and DagenhamStart Date: SeptemberPermanentPay to ScaleAre you a qualified teacher looking for a new, permanent role starting in September?Are you looking to work in the Borough of Barking and Dagenham? Are you passionate about teaching KS2 students within primary education? Please keep reading and apply ASAP.Bring your passion and dedication to a learning environment that allows children to get the attention and education they deserve. An exciting opportunity has arisen in a Primary school within the Borough of Barking and Dagenham. This role is permanent and suits teachers ready for a longer term position. You will be a KS2 primary teacher with the opportunity to work with Year 6 students. The school is looking to interview immediately with the benefit of securing your Long term role for September 2022. The interviews will include lesson observation - these will take place in February 2022.The SchoolThis is a progressive Primary school located in the Barking area. The School continually strives to improve the standards set for their teachers and most importantly for their pupils. All pupils are encouraged to enjoy the learning process in an environment where they feel safe and secure. The primary school has a lovely site with a brilliant team and inspiring Head Teacher; the school also holds new facilities to help their student's education.Key RequirementsIdeally you will be experienced in dealing with KS2 pupils and possess strong organisational skills as well as being versatile. You will need to be resilient and tenacious to deal with the challenges that will inevitably come your way. Responsibilities:Planning, preparation & delivery of curriculum necessary subject matterProviding engaging and interactive lessonsCommunicating with parents and carers over pupils' progress and participating in departmental meetings, parents' evenings and whole school training eventsParticipating in and organising extracurricular activities, such as outings, social activities and sporting events The right candidate will need to have:Confident classroom and behaviour managementA minimum of 6 months UK experienceExperience teaching Year 6 studentsGreat understanding of the National Curriculum, as well as the SATS learning material. QTSEnhanced DBSPlease note: this vacancy is not suitable for NQT/ECT Teachers.For more information on this role or any others please contact Bronte at Randstad Education ASAP - email bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk. Please apply now to secure your role for September.
      • barking and dagenham, london
      • temporary
      • £29,915 - £41,136 per year
      • randstad education
      Early Years (Reception) TeacherPosition: PermanentLocation: Barking and DagenhamPay to Scale We are seeking an Early Years (reception) teacher to start in September 2022! Are you passionate about teaching EYFS students within a Primary School setting?Do you want a dedicated consultant working to ensure you secure the right opportunity? Are you looking for a permanent position within the Barking and Dagenham borough? If yes - please keep reading and apply ASAP! We are looking for an inspirational Reception Teacher, and those with expertise in CORE subjects would be of particular interest. The school is flexible and can accommodate teachers from EY, KS1 or KS2 however an Early Year Specialist would be of most interest. The Primary School offers excellent education to its pupils, opportunities for progression and support for their Teachers. This school is a welcoming environment for all. They are hoping to interview ASAP, to secure a teacher ahead of the new academic year - these interviews will include an observation. About this teaching role:September startFull time role in a Reception callThe class will have approx. 30 pupils and 2 teaching assistants.The daily rate is dependent on the experience/pay scale of the teacherThis role will be working as a permanent member of staff within the school About the SchoolRated 'Good' by Ofsted with 'Outstanding' featuresLarge amount of outdoor spaceEasily accessible via public transport To be considered for this role, the EYFS teacher must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS)Have experience in either EYFS or lower KS1Be able to commit to a full time teaching role until the end of the academic yearBe able to Plan and assess within Early Years CurriculumBave or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBSFor more information on this role or any others please contact Bronte at Randstad Education ASAP - email bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk. Please apply now to secure your role for September.
      Early Years (Reception) TeacherPosition: PermanentLocation: Barking and DagenhamPay to Scale We are seeking an Early Years (reception) teacher to start in September 2022! Are you passionate about teaching EYFS students within a Primary School setting?Do you want a dedicated consultant working to ensure you secure the right opportunity? Are you looking for a permanent position within the Barking and Dagenham borough? If yes - please keep reading and apply ASAP! We are looking for an inspirational Reception Teacher, and those with expertise in CORE subjects would be of particular interest. The school is flexible and can accommodate teachers from EY, KS1 or KS2 however an Early Year Specialist would be of most interest. The Primary School offers excellent education to its pupils, opportunities for progression and support for their Teachers. This school is a welcoming environment for all. They are hoping to interview ASAP, to secure a teacher ahead of the new academic year - these interviews will include an observation. About this teaching role:September startFull time role in a Reception callThe class will have approx. 30 pupils and 2 teaching assistants.The daily rate is dependent on the experience/pay scale of the teacherThis role will be working as a permanent member of staff within the school About the SchoolRated 'Good' by Ofsted with 'Outstanding' featuresLarge amount of outdoor spaceEasily accessible via public transport To be considered for this role, the EYFS teacher must:Hold a recognised teaching qualification (QTS)Have experience in either EYFS or lower KS1Be able to commit to a full time teaching role until the end of the academic yearBe able to Plan and assess within Early Years CurriculumBave or be willing to obtain an up to date enhanced DBSFor more information on this role or any others please contact Bronte at Randstad Education ASAP - email bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk. Please apply now to secure your role for September.
      • barking and dagenham, london
      • contract
      • £70 - £85 per day
      • randstad education
      SEN Teaching AssistantLondon Borough of Barking & DagenhamLong-term - immediate startPay: £70-80 per day (depending on experience) Are you a Teaching Assistant or Learning Support Assistant who has experience working with children who have Special Educational Needs?Have you worked on a 1:1 or small group basis within the classroom setting?Do you feel confident about working with children with SEN and making their educational experience more comfortable and enjoyable? If YES, please read on and click apply below!We are recruiting on behalf of one of our partnership schools in Barking & Dagenham, who are looking for two Teaching Assistants that are confident when working with children who have Special Educational Needs, including but not limited to ASD, ADHD, behavioural and learning difficulties.This role will be based in the classroom, but on a 1:1 or 1:2 basis. You will be expected to plan for your sessions with the students you are working with, and liaise with the class teacher and SENCO. This is a full time position - this is initially a long-term contract however has the view of becoming permanent should the candidate be suitable. The school is looking to recruit these Teaching Assistants immediately.Our schools put the children at the heart of every decision that they make to ensure that they are happy, confident and that the opportunities provided are relevant to their needs both now and in the future. Job Responsibilities:Planning for your child you will be working 1:1 withHaving a positive and creative approach to behaviour and building the child's confidenceKeeping the child focused and engaged in their learning using different tools and methods, including learning schemesTo support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independenceLiaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when required Some benefits of the role:The opportunity to build upon previous skills and experience gainedReal progression for you to cement yourself a long term position within the schoolReferaFriend scheme where you could have a chance of earning 300The chance to build relationships with supportive and outgoing colleaguesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the primary sectorPreferred Skills:Previous experience working with SEN childrenUnderstanding of SafeguardingKnowledge of learning schemes such as PECs and Makaton (ideal but not essential)Have a DBS on the update service or be willing to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationA basic understanding of Speech & Language and/or Intervention Should you wish to apply or if you would like more information, please contact Bronte via email on bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk and send an up to date copy of your CV!
      SEN Teaching AssistantLondon Borough of Barking & DagenhamLong-term - immediate startPay: £70-80 per day (depending on experience) Are you a Teaching Assistant or Learning Support Assistant who has experience working with children who have Special Educational Needs?Have you worked on a 1:1 or small group basis within the classroom setting?Do you feel confident about working with children with SEN and making their educational experience more comfortable and enjoyable? If YES, please read on and click apply below!We are recruiting on behalf of one of our partnership schools in Barking & Dagenham, who are looking for two Teaching Assistants that are confident when working with children who have Special Educational Needs, including but not limited to ASD, ADHD, behavioural and learning difficulties.This role will be based in the classroom, but on a 1:1 or 1:2 basis. You will be expected to plan for your sessions with the students you are working with, and liaise with the class teacher and SENCO. This is a full time position - this is initially a long-term contract however has the view of becoming permanent should the candidate be suitable. The school is looking to recruit these Teaching Assistants immediately.Our schools put the children at the heart of every decision that they make to ensure that they are happy, confident and that the opportunities provided are relevant to their needs both now and in the future. Job Responsibilities:Planning for your child you will be working 1:1 withHaving a positive and creative approach to behaviour and building the child's confidenceKeeping the child focused and engaged in their learning using different tools and methods, including learning schemesTo support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independenceLiaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when required Some benefits of the role:The opportunity to build upon previous skills and experience gainedReal progression for you to cement yourself a long term position within the schoolReferaFriend scheme where you could have a chance of earning 300The chance to build relationships with supportive and outgoing colleaguesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the primary sectorPreferred Skills:Previous experience working with SEN childrenUnderstanding of SafeguardingKnowledge of learning schemes such as PECs and Makaton (ideal but not essential)Have a DBS on the update service or be willing to complete and pay for a new DBS applicationA basic understanding of Speech & Language and/or Intervention Should you wish to apply or if you would like more information, please contact Bronte via email on bronte.skey@randstadeducation.co.uk and send an up to date copy of your CV!

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