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    • salford, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £90 per day
    • randstad education
    PRU Teaching AssistantDo 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 SEMH. You will be working with children in Pupil Referral Units. There are many benefits to this job, including:Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sector Flexible working hoursExcellent staff trainingThe responsibilities that you would have are:To support the teacher in lessons and classroom managementAssisting pupils with academic tasksEncouraging independenceThe requirements for this role are:A DBS (preferably on the update service)Experience with working with people with additional needs or experience in the care industryBe committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for allTeam Teach training (training provided if required)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 the 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 David on 0161 20 1906, alternatively you can email me on david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    PRU Teaching AssistantDo 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 SEMH. You will be working with children in Pupil Referral Units. There are many benefits to this job, including:Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sector Flexible working hoursExcellent staff trainingThe responsibilities that you would have are:To support the teacher in lessons and classroom managementAssisting pupils with academic tasksEncouraging independenceThe requirements for this role are:A DBS (preferably on the update service)Experience with working with people with additional needs or experience in the care industryBe committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for allTeam Teach training (training provided if required)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 the 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 David on 0161 20 1906, alternatively you can email me on david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    • stockport, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £90 per day
    • randstad education
    Mentors - PRUAre you looking for a fresh start?Are you passionate and ready to make an Impact? Our schools in Manchester are looking for learning mentors that are ready to meet the challenging expectations of their students. The school caters particularly for young people in Years 8 and 11 from the North and South of Manchester with social, emotional and mental health difficulties. Expectations of the successful candidate:Completely approachable Building ConfidenceCreative and innovativeEffective interaction skillsAdapt quickly under pressureMounting value and building self esteem Roles and Duties:Building real connections with studentsCounsel and encourage studentsAssessing the needs of the studentsWorking in groups and on a one to one basisLiaising closely with school staff and care professionalsIf this sounds like you and you're extremely passionate about mentoring children with behavioural and learning difficulties then call David on 0161 200 1904 or if you wish to apply send me across your CV to david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    Mentors - PRUAre you looking for a fresh start?Are you passionate and ready to make an Impact? Our schools in Manchester are looking for learning mentors that are ready to meet the challenging expectations of their students. The school caters particularly for young people in Years 8 and 11 from the North and South of Manchester with social, emotional and mental health difficulties. Expectations of the successful candidate:Completely approachable Building ConfidenceCreative and innovativeEffective interaction skillsAdapt quickly under pressureMounting value and building self esteem Roles and Duties:Building real connections with studentsCounsel and encourage studentsAssessing the needs of the studentsWorking in groups and on a one to one basisLiaising closely with school staff and care professionalsIf this sounds like you and you're extremely passionate about mentoring children with behavioural and learning difficulties then call David on 0161 200 1904 or if you wish to apply send me across your CV to david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    • stockport, north west
    • contract
    • £120 - £140 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you an experienced teacher looking for work in a PRU? Are you looking for a fantastic opportunity to help young people in the Stockport area? Do you relish the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of disengaged young people? We are looking for a Teacher (x2) to work in Pupil Referral Units within the Stockport area. The ideal candidate will have their own vision for supporting children in non-mainstream settings and excel within a supporting role to help these students get the most out of their time in education. The RoleThis is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious, qualified, and highly motivated person to join one of our Pupil Referral Units. The role of a PRU / SEMH Teacher provides a rare platform for creativity and innovative practice to be explored. Some of the behaviour at times can be challenging, we require the right character who is committed and patient to work with children who attend our settings. The SchoolThe role of a PRU Teacher, requires someone who can stimulate pupils and progress them more than they might in many mainstream environments. In a Pupil referral Unit, children can have additional needs such as social, emotional and mental health needs, communication difficulties and may struggle to build up relationships.RequirementsSalary is dependent on experience, training or qualifications. The minimum experience, training or qualifications required for the PRU / SEMH Teacher position are:Have a desire to work with children with Special Educational Needs and or behavioural management needsHave relevant experience of working in a similar environmentHave an enthusiastic and motivated attitudeBe willing to work in StockportDue to the nature of this role and the start date of 1/11/2021 applicants must already hold a DBS on the update service.We are committed to Safeguarding children and young people. We take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing and referencing checks and hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS Check that must be registered to the Update Service.As a PRU Teacher and valued employee you will receive:Excellent daily rates paid weeklyFull compliance with AWR (Agency Worker's Regulations), to make sure you get the pay and working conditions you are entitled to.FREE training to help with your professional development such as Team Teach training, online webinars and safeguarding and child protection updates.Generous referral bonus scheme.Access to a dedicated consultant, who will provide ongoing support.How to applyIf you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact David on 0161 200 1904 or email at david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk Please note that the school would be looking to meet with shortlisted candidates before October half term for interview
    Are you an experienced teacher looking for work in a PRU? Are you looking for a fantastic opportunity to help young people in the Stockport area? Do you relish the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of disengaged young people? We are looking for a Teacher (x2) to work in Pupil Referral Units within the Stockport area. The ideal candidate will have their own vision for supporting children in non-mainstream settings and excel within a supporting role to help these students get the most out of their time in education. The RoleThis is an exciting opportunity for an ambitious, qualified, and highly motivated person to join one of our Pupil Referral Units. The role of a PRU / SEMH Teacher provides a rare platform for creativity and innovative practice to be explored. Some of the behaviour at times can be challenging, we require the right character who is committed and patient to work with children who attend our settings. The SchoolThe role of a PRU Teacher, requires someone who can stimulate pupils and progress them more than they might in many mainstream environments. In a Pupil referral Unit, children can have additional needs such as social, emotional and mental health needs, communication difficulties and may struggle to build up relationships.RequirementsSalary is dependent on experience, training or qualifications. The minimum experience, training or qualifications required for the PRU / SEMH Teacher position are:Have a desire to work with children with Special Educational Needs and or behavioural management needsHave relevant experience of working in a similar environmentHave an enthusiastic and motivated attitudeBe willing to work in StockportDue to the nature of this role and the start date of 1/11/2021 applicants must already hold a DBS on the update service.We are committed to Safeguarding children and young people. We take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing and referencing checks and hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS Check that must be registered to the Update Service.As a PRU Teacher and valued employee you will receive:Excellent daily rates paid weeklyFull compliance with AWR (Agency Worker's Regulations), to make sure you get the pay and working conditions you are entitled to.FREE training to help with your professional development such as Team Teach training, online webinars and safeguarding and child protection updates.Generous referral bonus scheme.Access to a dedicated consultant, who will provide ongoing support.How to applyIf you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact David on 0161 200 1904 or email at david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk Please note that the school would be looking to meet with shortlisted candidates before October half term for interview
    • stockport, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £90 per day
    • randstad education
    Alternative provision Teaching Assistant (x3)Do you have experience working with pupils with complex needs?Do you want to help support pupils in a Pupil referral unit (PRU) school?Do you want a job where no two days are the same? We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a PRU / Alternative education school and support pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning after the October half term. The school is based in the Stockport area. The School provides high-quality, supportive, and inspirational teaching to 11 - 16-year-olds at Key Stage 3 and 4. They have a bespoke approach which ensures positive progression either back into mainstream education, or into the world of further education, work-based learning, or employment. There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school with a good Ofsted ratingGaining valuable experience in the SEND sectorWorking with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop your skills as a teaching assistantWorking with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include:Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessonsWorking in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupilsHelping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plansmanage behaviour in the classroom and around the school. The requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience with children or young adults in an educational settingBe committed to achieving high levels of attainment for studentsHave a good team ethic, want to support and make a differenceThe ability to communicate with children from diverse backgroundsBe comfortable working with children who may have faced struggles in School and require that extra supportConfidence in behaviour management skillsIf you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact David on 0161 200 1904 or email at David.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    Alternative provision Teaching Assistant (x3)Do you have experience working with pupils with complex needs?Do you want to help support pupils in a Pupil referral unit (PRU) school?Do you want a job where no two days are the same? We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a PRU / Alternative education school and support pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning after the October half term. The school is based in the Stockport area. The School provides high-quality, supportive, and inspirational teaching to 11 - 16-year-olds at Key Stage 3 and 4. They have a bespoke approach which ensures positive progression either back into mainstream education, or into the world of further education, work-based learning, or employment. There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school with a good Ofsted ratingGaining valuable experience in the SEND sectorWorking with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop your skills as a teaching assistantWorking with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include:Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessonsWorking in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupilsHelping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plansmanage behaviour in the classroom and around the school. The requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience with children or young adults in an educational settingBe committed to achieving high levels of attainment for studentsHave a good team ethic, want to support and make a differenceThe ability to communicate with children from diverse backgroundsBe comfortable working with children who may have faced struggles in School and require that extra supportConfidence in behaviour management skillsIf you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact David on 0161 200 1904 or email at David.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    • manchester, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £90 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you passionate about working with challenging young people? Do you have the drive and ability to engage with young people? Are you eager to get stuck in as soon as possible?We are looking to appoint a PRU Teaching Assistants to work in Pupil Referral Units and Alternative Provisions around Manchester. You will be supporting either with small groups, or 1:1, with students who may demonstrate challenging behaviour and who may have Special Educational Needs.The roleThe role of a PRU Teaching Assistant is a fantastic opportunity to make a difference to pupils' lives and their experience of school, especially those who have become disengaged from education. You will be required to support in classes, assisting pupils in overcoming barriers to learning and dealing with behavioural issues.The SettingsThe schools we work with in Manchester are looking for committed and successful PRU Teaching Assistant to join their motivated teams. They provide bespoke, young person centred, high quality education programmes, which aim to ensure that all the students' individual educational needs are met.RequirementsSalary is dependent on experience, training or qualifications. The minimum requirements for the PRU Teaching Assistant position are:A minimum of 6 weeks relevant experienceThe ability to facilitate a safe and positive learning environment and de-escalate any threatening or aggressive behaviour.A desire to mentor and engage with students, building positive relationships.Be willing to work in the Manchester areaWe are committed to safeguarding children and young people. We take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing and referencing checks and hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS check that must be registered on the Update Service. BenefitsAs a PRU Teaching Assistant and valued employee, you will receive:Excellent daily rates paid weekly.Full compliance with AWR (Agency Worker's Regulations), to make sure you get the pay and working conditions you are entitled to.FREE training to help with your professional development such as Team Teach training, online webinars and safeguarding and child protection updates.Generous referral bonus scheme.Access to a dedicated consultant, who will provide ongoing support.How to applyIf you are a PRU Teaching Assistant who can enthuse, motivate and engage students and would like the challenge of working in a demanding and rewarding environment, then we want to hear from you.Apply today via this website, or for more information about this role and other opportunities please contact David Palmer on 0161 200 1904 or via email david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk Due to the corona-virus pandemic and to ensure we are fully compliant with Government guidance relating to social distancing, interviews with shortlisted candidates will take place by video call.
    Are you passionate about working with challenging young people? Do you have the drive and ability to engage with young people? Are you eager to get stuck in as soon as possible?We are looking to appoint a PRU Teaching Assistants to work in Pupil Referral Units and Alternative Provisions around Manchester. You will be supporting either with small groups, or 1:1, with students who may demonstrate challenging behaviour and who may have Special Educational Needs.The roleThe role of a PRU Teaching Assistant is a fantastic opportunity to make a difference to pupils' lives and their experience of school, especially those who have become disengaged from education. You will be required to support in classes, assisting pupils in overcoming barriers to learning and dealing with behavioural issues.The SettingsThe schools we work with in Manchester are looking for committed and successful PRU Teaching Assistant to join their motivated teams. They provide bespoke, young person centred, high quality education programmes, which aim to ensure that all the students' individual educational needs are met.RequirementsSalary is dependent on experience, training or qualifications. The minimum requirements for the PRU Teaching Assistant position are:A minimum of 6 weeks relevant experienceThe ability to facilitate a safe and positive learning environment and de-escalate any threatening or aggressive behaviour.A desire to mentor and engage with students, building positive relationships.Be willing to work in the Manchester areaWe are committed to safeguarding children and young people. We take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing and referencing checks and hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS check that must be registered on the Update Service. BenefitsAs a PRU Teaching Assistant and valued employee, you will receive:Excellent daily rates paid weekly.Full compliance with AWR (Agency Worker's Regulations), to make sure you get the pay and working conditions you are entitled to.FREE training to help with your professional development such as Team Teach training, online webinars and safeguarding and child protection updates.Generous referral bonus scheme.Access to a dedicated consultant, who will provide ongoing support.How to applyIf you are a PRU Teaching Assistant who can enthuse, motivate and engage students and would like the challenge of working in a demanding and rewarding environment, then we want to hear from you.Apply today via this website, or for more information about this role and other opportunities please contact David Palmer on 0161 200 1904 or via email david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk Due to the corona-virus pandemic and to ensure we are fully compliant with Government guidance relating to social distancing, interviews with shortlisted candidates will take place by video call.
    • manchester, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £90 per day
    • randstad education
    Do you want to work with fun, energetic and interesting young people? Are you able to engage with a variety of personalities? Would you like the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of young people across the Salford area? If so, then we have various roles available across KS1,2,3 and 4. Including : Behaviour mentorsYouth engagement workers We are currently searching for talented, enthusiastic and charismatic applicants to work with young people in Pupil referral unit settings in the Salford area. Ideally applicants will be: CaringHave experience of working in PRU, youth work or SEN settingsShow confidence, punctuality and reliabilityPassionate about helping people achieve and progress.Motivational and EncouragingAble to adapt quickly and think outside the box Willing to guide and council young people Benefits of working with us include: Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainmentThe opportunity to work in a diverse role Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)Working alongside a skilled staff teamGreat rates of payYour responsibilities may include:Planning and delivering educational activitiesManaging behaviourListening / caringClassroom supportOne to one or small group work The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience in teaching pupils with SEN / challenging behavioursBeing passionate about providing an excellent learning experience Please note that roles and responsibilities will vary depending on the job applied for. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with challenging young people. You will be working in a nurturing environment where all the pupil's needs can be attended to. You will be given excellent training and gain lots of experience working with a brilliant group of young people.If this sounds like a career that you would be interested in, please call David on 0161 200 1904 or email your CV and any queries to david.palmer@randstandeducation.co.uk
    Do you want to work with fun, energetic and interesting young people? Are you able to engage with a variety of personalities? Would you like the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of young people across the Salford area? If so, then we have various roles available across KS1,2,3 and 4. Including : Behaviour mentorsYouth engagement workers We are currently searching for talented, enthusiastic and charismatic applicants to work with young people in Pupil referral unit settings in the Salford area. Ideally applicants will be: CaringHave experience of working in PRU, youth work or SEN settingsShow confidence, punctuality and reliabilityPassionate about helping people achieve and progress.Motivational and EncouragingAble to adapt quickly and think outside the box Willing to guide and council young people Benefits of working with us include: Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainmentThe opportunity to work in a diverse role Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)Working alongside a skilled staff teamGreat rates of payYour responsibilities may include:Planning and delivering educational activitiesManaging behaviourListening / caringClassroom supportOne to one or small group work The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience in teaching pupils with SEN / challenging behavioursBeing passionate about providing an excellent learning experience Please note that roles and responsibilities will vary depending on the job applied for. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with challenging young people. You will be working in a nurturing environment where all the pupil's needs can be attended to. You will be given excellent training and gain lots of experience working with a brilliant group of young people.If this sounds like a career that you would be interested in, please call David on 0161 200 1904 or email your CV and any queries to david.palmer@randstandeducation.co.uk
    • salford, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £90 per day
    • randstad education
    Do you want to work with fun, energetic and interesting young people? Are you able to engage with a variety of personalities? Would you like the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of young people across the Salford area? If so, then we have various roles available across KS1,2,3 and 4. Including : Behaviour mentorsYouth engagement workers We are currently searching for talented, enthusiastic and charismatic applicants to work with young people in Pupil referral unit settings in the Salford area. Ideally applicants will be: CaringHave experience of working in PRU, youth work or SEN settingsShow confidence, punctuality and reliabilityPassionate about helping people achieve and progress.Motivational and EncouragingAble to adapt quickly and think outside the box Willing to guide and council young people Benefits of working with us include: Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainmentThe opportunity to work in a diverse role Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)Working alongside a skilled staff teamGreat rates of payYour responsibilities may include:Planning and delivering educational activitiesManaging behaviourListening / caringClassroom supportOne to one or small group work The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience in teaching pupils with SEN / challenging behavioursBeing passionate about providing an excellent learning experience Please note that roles and responsibilities will vary depending on the job applied for. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with challenging young people. 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 people.If this sounds like a career that you would be interested in, please call David on 0161 200 1904 or email your CV and any queries to david.palmer@randstandeducation.co.uk
    Do you want to work with fun, energetic and interesting young people? Are you able to engage with a variety of personalities? Would you like the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of young people across the Salford area? If so, then we have various roles available across KS1,2,3 and 4. Including : Behaviour mentorsYouth engagement workers We are currently searching for talented, enthusiastic and charismatic applicants to work with young people in Pupil referral unit settings in the Salford area. Ideally applicants will be: CaringHave experience of working in PRU, youth work or SEN settingsShow confidence, punctuality and reliabilityPassionate about helping people achieve and progress.Motivational and EncouragingAble to adapt quickly and think outside the box Willing to guide and council young people Benefits of working with us include: Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainmentThe opportunity to work in a diverse role Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)Working alongside a skilled staff teamGreat rates of payYour responsibilities may include:Planning and delivering educational activitiesManaging behaviourListening / caringClassroom supportOne to one or small group work The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience in teaching pupils with SEN / challenging behavioursBeing passionate about providing an excellent learning experience Please note that roles and responsibilities will vary depending on the job applied for. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with challenging young people. 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 people.If this sounds like a career that you would be interested in, please call David on 0161 200 1904 or email your CV and any queries to david.palmer@randstandeducation.co.uk
    • manchester, north west
    • contract
    • £12.00 - £150.00, per hour, CPD
    • randstad education
    Do you have experienced teaching students with special education needs and want to work at a modern and well resourced School with a supportive and enthusiastic staff team who are committed to achieving high standards? Are you currently a mainstream primary or secondary teacher that would embrace the opportunity to develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils with the support and guidance from a dedicated staff and leadership team?If you answered yes to either of these questions we could have the perfect opportunity for you!We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to teach KS3 and KS4 students with additional needs for a specialist secondary school. The successful candidate will teach a range of subjects to SEN pupils. These pupils may have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs. These include severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).The benefits of this role are: The opportunity to ensure pupils with additional needs reach their full potentialWorking with an experienced staff team who are dedicated to providing a brilliant learning experience to the studentsThe opportunity to contribute to a dynamic environmentA rewarding role with a varied curriculumYour responsibilities will include:Devising lesson plans to suit the pupils and increase their learningDelivering engaging lessons to pupilsSupporting the additional needs of the pupilsDifferentiating lesson plans to ensure equal accessibility to learningKeeping track of students progressRequirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs welcome to apply)Dedication to improving pupil's learning experienceExperience and understanding of special educational needsThe successful candidate will work with the secondary school students in a warm and nurturing environment and will create a positive learning experience for the pupils. The school has excellent facilities to accommodate the student's needs. You will be provided with the training required to excel in the SEN sector with continuous support from fellow staff members. If you are looking for a new career path into special needs or you are a newly qualified teacher ready to take on your own class and start progressing your career and are interested in this role, call Sophie on 0161 200 1904 or email at jennifer.crowder1@randstadeducation.co.uk
    Do you have experienced teaching students with special education needs and want to work at a modern and well resourced School with a supportive and enthusiastic staff team who are committed to achieving high standards? Are you currently a mainstream primary or secondary teacher that would embrace the opportunity to develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils with the support and guidance from a dedicated staff and leadership team?If you answered yes to either of these questions we could have the perfect opportunity for you!We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to teach KS3 and KS4 students with additional needs for a specialist secondary school. The successful candidate will teach a range of subjects to SEN pupils. These pupils may have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs. These include severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).The benefits of this role are: The opportunity to ensure pupils with additional needs reach their full potentialWorking with an experienced staff team who are dedicated to providing a brilliant learning experience to the studentsThe opportunity to contribute to a dynamic environmentA rewarding role with a varied curriculumYour responsibilities will include:Devising lesson plans to suit the pupils and increase their learningDelivering engaging lessons to pupilsSupporting the additional needs of the pupilsDifferentiating lesson plans to ensure equal accessibility to learningKeeping track of students progressRequirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs welcome to apply)Dedication to improving pupil's learning experienceExperience and understanding of special educational needsThe successful candidate will work with the secondary school students in a warm and nurturing environment and will create a positive learning experience for the pupils. The school has excellent facilities to accommodate the student's needs. You will be provided with the training required to excel in the SEN sector with continuous support from fellow staff members. If you are looking for a new career path into special needs or you are a newly qualified teacher ready to take on your own class and start progressing your career and are interested in this role, call Sophie on 0161 200 1904 or email at jennifer.crowder1@randstadeducation.co.uk
    • salford, north west
    • contract
    • £65 - £75 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 7 in an SEN 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 poolA sensory studio2 soft playroomsAn art room2 HallsRebound TherapyA music room There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school with great facilities to aid pupils' learningThe opportunity to work in a school rated as good by OfstedFree parking on siteThe opportunity to further your professional development The responsibilities of this role include:Supporting the teacher in lessons and classroom managementHelping to deliver engaging lesson to pupilsTo attend and participate in any relevant meetingsTo 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 needsA DBS on the update serviceBe committed to working with pupils to help them to achieve their bestTo 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, click APPLY, or feel free to contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.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 7 in an SEN 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 poolA sensory studio2 soft playroomsAn art room2 HallsRebound TherapyA music room There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school with great facilities to aid pupils' learningThe opportunity to work in a school rated as good by OfstedFree parking on siteThe opportunity to further your professional development The responsibilities of this role include:Supporting the teacher in lessons and classroom managementHelping to deliver engaging lesson to pupilsTo attend and participate in any relevant meetingsTo 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 needsA DBS on the update serviceBe committed to working with pupils to help them to achieve their bestTo 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, click APPLY, or feel free to contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
    • dukinfield, north west
    • contract
    • £60 - £70 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you passionate about helping pupils achieve their best and helping them to reach their full potential?Do you have experience working with children or adults with additional care needs?Do you want to expand your career and gain experience working within the SEND sector?We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a high school and support pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning September until the end of the academic year. The school is based in the Tameside area.The school strives every day to improve their provision for their pupils and they want to be offering their pupils the absolutely best education possible. The school believes that inclusion means having the pupils' needs met - both within school subjects, but also including their social and emotional needs that underpin academic progress. The pupils in the school may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). There are many benefits of this role, including:- Working in a school rated outstanding by Ofsted- Gaining valuable experience in the SEND sector- Working with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop your skills as a teaching assistant- Working with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include:- Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessons- Working in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupils- Helping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plans- Assist pupils with personal care The requirements for the role are:- A DBS on the update service- Experience with children or adults with additional care needs- Be committed to achieving high levels of attainment for students- Have a good team ethic, want to support and make a difference If you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    Are you passionate about helping pupils achieve their best and helping them to reach their full potential?Do you have experience working with children or adults with additional care needs?Do you want to expand your career and gain experience working within the SEND sector?We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a high school and support pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning September until the end of the academic year. The school is based in the Tameside area.The school strives every day to improve their provision for their pupils and they want to be offering their pupils the absolutely best education possible. The school believes that inclusion means having the pupils' needs met - both within school subjects, but also including their social and emotional needs that underpin academic progress. The pupils in the school may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). There are many benefits of this role, including:- Working in a school rated outstanding by Ofsted- Gaining valuable experience in the SEND sector- Working with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop your skills as a teaching assistant- Working with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include:- Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessons- Working in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupils- Helping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plans- Assist pupils with personal care The requirements for the role are:- A DBS on the update service- Experience with children or adults with additional care needs- Be committed to achieving high levels of attainment for students- Have a good team ethic, want to support and make a difference If you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    • middleton, north west
    • contract
    • £65 - £75 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 complex needs. All students have a statement of special educational needs for moderate to severe and profound and multiple learning difficulties. Some students have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs; there is a growing number of students with high dependency medical needs or autism spectrum conditions. You will be supporting small class sizes in a High School with pupils aged between 11 and 19.There 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 our children 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 complex needs. All students have a statement of special educational needs for moderate to severe and profound and multiple learning difficulties. Some students have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs; there is a growing number of students with high dependency medical needs or autism spectrum conditions. You will be supporting small class sizes in a High School with pupils aged between 11 and 19.There 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 our children 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
    • 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
    • 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
    • oldham, north west
    • temporary
    • £60 - £70 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you looking for a new job in September?Do you want to help pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN) achieve their best?We are looking for a dedicated and passionate individual to support pupils with SEN. The pupils yousupport may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), profoundand multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and additional needs.Types of SEN you may come acrossare Asperger's, autism, Down Syndrome, hearing impairment, multi-sensory impairment, physicaldisability, speech and language impairment and visual impairment. Some of the pupils may haveadditional needs, including toileting, feeding and administering medication. You may be workingwith children of various ages, between 2 and 19. We work with schools all across GreaterManchester.The benefits of this role are: The opportunity to work with a range of different SEN Working alongside specialist staff members that will support you in your role Having access to great facilities to aid learning Flexibility of job roleThe responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher in the classroom Working with pupils in small groups or on a one to one basis Helping to devise interesting lesson plans Possibly supporting pupils with their additional care needsThe requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service (if you do not have one, you will have to apply for one) Experience working as a TA Experience working with pupils with SEN A dedication to helping pupils reach their full potentialThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in some fantastic schools and will work ina warm, friendly and caring environment. You will work with skilled and experienced staff memberswho will support you in your role.If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1906 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    Are you looking for a new job in September?Do you want to help pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN) achieve their best?We are looking for a dedicated and passionate individual to support pupils with SEN. The pupils yousupport may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), profoundand multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and additional needs.Types of SEN you may come acrossare Asperger's, autism, Down Syndrome, hearing impairment, multi-sensory impairment, physicaldisability, speech and language impairment and visual impairment. Some of the pupils may haveadditional needs, including toileting, feeding and administering medication. You may be workingwith children of various ages, between 2 and 19. We work with schools all across GreaterManchester.The benefits of this role are: The opportunity to work with a range of different SEN Working alongside specialist staff members that will support you in your role Having access to great facilities to aid learning Flexibility of job roleThe responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher in the classroom Working with pupils in small groups or on a one to one basis Helping to devise interesting lesson plans Possibly supporting pupils with their additional care needsThe requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service (if you do not have one, you will have to apply for one) Experience working as a TA Experience working with pupils with SEN A dedication to helping pupils reach their full potentialThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in some fantastic schools and will work ina warm, friendly and caring environment. You will work with skilled and experienced staff memberswho will support you in your role.If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1906 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    • stockport, north west
    • contract
    • £60 - £75 per year
    • randstad education
    Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children who are eager to learn?Are you interested in gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector?We are looking for a dedicated and hard-working individual to work with some amazing pupils in aschool that provides education to young people between the ages of 2 to 19 years old. The childrenmay have complex learning disabilities combined with significant communication difficultiesincluding little or no oral language. The school has expertise with autism spectrum conditions (ASD) deafblindness/multi-sensory impairment, hearing impairment with additional needs, profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), auditory processing disorder, visual impairment including cortical visual impairment with additional needs and additional medical needs including progressive and degenerative conditions. The school offers a wide range of inclusive sport, health and leisure activities for the community, their students and staff. The schools vision is for the children and young people in their care to be safe, happy and to achieve the best possible outcomes so that they are valued and valuable members of their communities. To achieve this, they have many different facilities for the pupils to use. These include a swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a sports hall with a climbing wall, sensory rooms, gamelan suit, audiology clinic, medical centre and a fitnesssuite. The school is based in Cheadle Hulme.The schools curriculum was made to devise teaching and learning programmes to meet the needs of individual students' destinations when leaving school and to work in partnership and co-operation with parents, residential staff and other professionals who share the responsibility for the well-being of the individual and the development of self esteem. The schools aims to use the curriculum to ensure equal opportunity of access to all relevant aspects of the curriculum regardless of the nature and degree of disability gender, race, and culture of each individual. They aim to offer each student the opportunity to develop their personality by allowing choice and the pursuit of personal areas ofinterest and to provide each student with a stimulating, challenging, supportive and inclusivelearning environment.The schools values: Aspiration Collaboration Integrity Respect TrustThere are several benefits of working in this job role, including: Working in a school rated outstanding in their last Ofsted inspection Gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector Working in a school with some of the best facilities and equipment in the country The opportunity to work in a diverse roleYour responsibilities will include: Supporting the teacher within the classroom Helping the pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting) Working with pupils both one to one and in small groups Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, putting out equipment)The requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Experience either with children or adults with additional care needs A strong regard for pupils safety and well-being Reading, writing, numeracy and communication skillsThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with an amazing staff network that willsupport you on your journey to becoming an experienced teaching assistant. You will be working in acaring, warm and friendly environment with children who are eager to learn. If you are interested inthis job role and would like to apply, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email atlaura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children who are eager to learn?Are you interested in gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector?We are looking for a dedicated and hard-working individual to work with some amazing pupils in aschool that provides education to young people between the ages of 2 to 19 years old. The childrenmay have complex learning disabilities combined with significant communication difficultiesincluding little or no oral language. The school has expertise with autism spectrum conditions (ASD) deafblindness/multi-sensory impairment, hearing impairment with additional needs, profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), auditory processing disorder, visual impairment including cortical visual impairment with additional needs and additional medical needs including progressive and degenerative conditions. The school offers a wide range of inclusive sport, health and leisure activities for the community, their students and staff. The schools vision is for the children and young people in their care to be safe, happy and to achieve the best possible outcomes so that they are valued and valuable members of their communities. To achieve this, they have many different facilities for the pupils to use. These include a swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a sports hall with a climbing wall, sensory rooms, gamelan suit, audiology clinic, medical centre and a fitnesssuite. The school is based in Cheadle Hulme.The schools curriculum was made to devise teaching and learning programmes to meet the needs of individual students' destinations when leaving school and to work in partnership and co-operation with parents, residential staff and other professionals who share the responsibility for the well-being of the individual and the development of self esteem. The schools aims to use the curriculum to ensure equal opportunity of access to all relevant aspects of the curriculum regardless of the nature and degree of disability gender, race, and culture of each individual. They aim to offer each student the opportunity to develop their personality by allowing choice and the pursuit of personal areas ofinterest and to provide each student with a stimulating, challenging, supportive and inclusivelearning environment.The schools values: Aspiration Collaboration Integrity Respect TrustThere are several benefits of working in this job role, including: Working in a school rated outstanding in their last Ofsted inspection Gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector Working in a school with some of the best facilities and equipment in the country The opportunity to work in a diverse roleYour responsibilities will include: Supporting the teacher within the classroom Helping the pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting) Working with pupils both one to one and in small groups Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, putting out equipment)The requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Experience either with children or adults with additional care needs A strong regard for pupils safety and well-being Reading, writing, numeracy and communication skillsThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with an amazing staff network that willsupport you on your journey to becoming an experienced teaching assistant. You will be working in acaring, warm and friendly environment with children who are eager to learn. If you are interested inthis job role and would like to apply, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email atlaura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    • bury, north west
    • contract
    • £120 - £140 per day
    • randstad education
    Do you want to work with a supportive and enthusiastic staff team who are committed to achieving high standards?Do you want the opportunity to scope and develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils?We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to teach KS3 and KS4 students with additional needs. You will be working in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will teach a range of classes to SEN pupils. These pupils may have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs. These include severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).The benefits of this role are:The opportunity to ensure pupils with additional needs reach their full potentialBeing able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sectorThe opportunity to contribute to a dynamic environmentWorking with pupils who are eager to learn.Your responsibilities will include:Devising lesson plans to suit the pupils and increase their learningDelivering engaging lessons to pupilsSupporting the additional needs of the pupilsDifferentiating lesson plans to ensure equal accessibility to learningKeeping track of students progressRequirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs welcome to apply)Dedication to improving pupil's learning experienceExperience working with pupils with SENThe successful candidate will work with the secondary school students in a warm and nurturing environment and will create a positive learning experience for the pupils. The school has the facilities to accommodate the student's needs. You will be provided with the training required to excel in the SEN sector with continuous support from fellow staff members.If you are looking for a new career path into special needs or you are a newly qualified teacher ready to take on your own class and start progressing your career and are interested in this role, call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.ukAssociated Benefits:
    Do you want to work with a supportive and enthusiastic staff team who are committed to achieving high standards?Do you want the opportunity to scope and develop your teaching skills with Special Educational Needs (SEN) pupils?We are looking for an enthusiastic and driven individual to teach KS3 and KS4 students with additional needs. You will be working in the Greater Manchester area. The successful candidate will teach a range of classes to SEN pupils. These pupils may have additional complex learning, sensory or physical needs. These include severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD).The benefits of this role are:The opportunity to ensure pupils with additional needs reach their full potentialBeing able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sectorThe opportunity to contribute to a dynamic environmentWorking with pupils who are eager to learn.Your responsibilities will include:Devising lesson plans to suit the pupils and increase their learningDelivering engaging lessons to pupilsSupporting the additional needs of the pupilsDifferentiating lesson plans to ensure equal accessibility to learningKeeping track of students progressRequirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceA teaching qualification (NQTs welcome to apply)Dedication to improving pupil's learning experienceExperience working with pupils with SENThe successful candidate will work with the secondary school students in a warm and nurturing environment and will create a positive learning experience for the pupils. The school has the facilities to accommodate the student's needs. You will be provided with the training required to excel in the SEN sector with continuous support from fellow staff members.If you are looking for a new career path into special needs or you are a newly qualified teacher ready to take on your own class and start progressing your career and are interested in this role, call Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.ukAssociated Benefits:
    • sale, north west
    • temporary
    • £60 - £70 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you looking for a new job in September?Do you want to help pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN) achieve their best?We are looking for a dedicated and passionate individual to support pupils with SEN. The pupils yousupport may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), profoundand multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and additional needs. Types of SEN you may come acrossare Asperger's, autism, Down Syndrome, hearing impairment, multi-sensory impairment, physicaldisability, speech and language impairment and visual impairment. Some of the pupils may haveadditional needs, including toileting, feeding and administering medication. You may be workingwith children of various ages, between 2 and 19. We work with schools all across GreaterManchester.The benefits of this role are: The opportunity to work with a range of different SEN Working alongside specialist staff members that will support you in your role Having access to great facilities to aid learning Flexibility of job roleThe responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher in the classroom Working with pupils in small groups or on a one to one basis Helping to devise interesting lesson plans Possibly supporting pupils with their additional care needsThe requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service (if you do not have one, you will have to apply for one) Experience working as a TA Experience working with pupils with SEN A dedication to helping pupils reach their full potentialThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in some fantastic schools and will work ina warm, friendly and caring environment. You will work with skilled and experienced staff memberswho will support you in your role. If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1906 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    Are you looking for a new job in September?Do you want to help pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN) achieve their best?We are looking for a dedicated and passionate individual to support pupils with SEN. The pupils yousupport may have severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD), profoundand multiple learning difficulties (PMLD) and additional needs. Types of SEN you may come acrossare Asperger's, autism, Down Syndrome, hearing impairment, multi-sensory impairment, physicaldisability, speech and language impairment and visual impairment. Some of the pupils may haveadditional needs, including toileting, feeding and administering medication. You may be workingwith children of various ages, between 2 and 19. We work with schools all across GreaterManchester.The benefits of this role are: The opportunity to work with a range of different SEN Working alongside specialist staff members that will support you in your role Having access to great facilities to aid learning Flexibility of job roleThe responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher in the classroom Working with pupils in small groups or on a one to one basis Helping to devise interesting lesson plans Possibly supporting pupils with their additional care needsThe requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service (if you do not have one, you will have to apply for one) Experience working as a TA Experience working with pupils with SEN A dedication to helping pupils reach their full potentialThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in some fantastic schools and will work ina warm, friendly and caring environment. You will work with skilled and experienced staff memberswho will support you in your role. If you are interested in this role, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1906 or email at laura.vickers@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
    • 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
    • didsbury, north west
    • contract
    • £65 - £70 per day
    • 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 on 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, targeted responses through verbal advice, observations, capacity building and training. Support from the school 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.There are several benefits of the role, including:The opportunity to work in a school rated good by OfstedWorking alongside a supportive staff team who want to improve your skills as an SEN teaching assistantGreat transport links to the schoolSupporting children in a positive learning environmentThe responsibilities of this role include:Supporting the teacher of the class with pupils learning developmentAssisting pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding and toileting)Working with pupils on a one to one basis or in small groupsPrepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, setting out equipment)The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience working with children or adults with additional care needsHaving a dedication to improve pupils learning experienceBe a resilient and hardworking individualThe successful candidate will get to work with some fantastic pupils and work closely alongside a skilled 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@randstad.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 on 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, targeted responses through verbal advice, observations, capacity building and training. Support from the school 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.There are several benefits of the role, including:The opportunity to work in a school rated good by OfstedWorking alongside a supportive staff team who want to improve your skills as an SEN teaching assistantGreat transport links to the schoolSupporting children in a positive learning environmentThe responsibilities of this role include:Supporting the teacher of the class with pupils learning developmentAssisting pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding and toileting)Working with pupils on a one to one basis or in small groupsPrepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, setting out equipment)The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience working with children or adults with additional care needsHaving a dedication to improve pupils learning experienceBe a resilient and hardworking individualThe successful candidate will get to work with some fantastic pupils and work closely alongside a skilled 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@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
    • stretford, north west
    • contract
    • £65 - £80 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you experienced in childcare or education? Or maybe you have a support or care worker background? Would you like to work alongside an experienced staff team who will support and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you to work independently? Would you like a new challenge which is extremely rewarding? If you said yes to all of the above, you could successfully use your skills and experience in a specialist alternative education provision. We are looking for an SEN Teaching Assistant who may have experience as a Support Worker or similar, ready to start the new academic year off working with young children aged 3-11 years who have complex or additional needs in Salford. We are looking for candidates who are passionate about helping pupils increase their knowledge and giving them a positive learning experience. You should have a passion for providing the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesHave a meaningful curriculum that is inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for allValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Qualification in relevant subject, e.g. Learning and support in schools, health and social care (not essential yet preferred) or experience working with children or adults with additional needsA DBS on the update service (or willing to obtain through Randstad)Experience working within a classroom environment (preferred)Be committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsTo support the pupils by understanding their additional requirements to engage and understand curriculum learning Benefits for you:Free CPD courses and employment support from your dedicated Randstad consultantWorking 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)Use your own creativity towards new innovative ideas to deliver interesting and engaging lessons to pupilsBe part of creating memorable and positive classroom experiences This is an amazing opportunity to work with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you believe in yourself and really want to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children. The successful candidate will work in a challenging yet rewarding environment and will be supported by a skilled staff team who will aim your development in the SEN sector. If you are interested in this role, please click APPLY or if you have any questions feel free to contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
    Are you experienced in childcare or education? Or maybe you have a support or care worker background? Would you like to work alongside an experienced staff team who will support and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you to work independently? Would you like a new challenge which is extremely rewarding? If you said yes to all of the above, you could successfully use your skills and experience in a specialist alternative education provision. We are looking for an SEN Teaching Assistant who may have experience as a Support Worker or similar, ready to start the new academic year off working with young children aged 3-11 years who have complex or additional needs in Salford. We are looking for candidates who are passionate about helping pupils increase their knowledge and giving them a positive learning experience. You should have a passion for providing the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesHave a meaningful curriculum that is inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for allValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Qualification in relevant subject, e.g. Learning and support in schools, health and social care (not essential yet preferred) or experience working with children or adults with additional needsA DBS on the update service (or willing to obtain through Randstad)Experience working within a classroom environment (preferred)Be committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsTo support the pupils by understanding their additional requirements to engage and understand curriculum learning Benefits for you:Free CPD courses and employment support from your dedicated Randstad consultantWorking 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)Use your own creativity towards new innovative ideas to deliver interesting and engaging lessons to pupilsBe part of creating memorable and positive classroom experiences This is an amazing opportunity to work with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you believe in yourself and really want to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children. The successful candidate will work in a challenging yet rewarding environment and will be supported by a skilled staff team who will aim your development in the SEN sector. If you are interested in this role, please click APPLY or if you have any questions feel free to contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
    • hyde, north west
    • contract
    • £65 - £80 per day
    • randstad education
    Do you want to work in a specialist alternative provision and offer support to children with additional needs? Do you fancy working with an experienced staff team who will support and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you to work independently? Do you have experience in, or hold transferrable skills in supporting children or young adults with additional needs such as Social & Emotional Mental Health needs (SEMH) and Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties (EBD) or experience working in a challenging childcare setting? We are looking for a number of Behaviour Mentors across numerous areas in Bolton who are enthusiastic about helping pupils increase their knowledge and giving them a positive learning experience. You should have a passion for providing the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesHave a meaningful curriculum that is inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for allValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Experience in a classroom environment (desired but not essential)A DBS on the update service (or willing to obtain through Randstad)Be committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsTo support the pupils by understanding their additional requirements and help the pupils to engage and understand a holistic approach to curriculum learning Successful candidates must be:Motivational and EncouragingAble to adapt quickly and think outside the boxWilling to guide and council young people An optimistic and vibrant individualAble to work in small groups Your benefits:Free CPD courses and employment support from your dedicated Randstad consultantWorking 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)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) This is an amazing opportunity to work with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. The successful candidate will work in a challenging yet rewarding environment and will be supported by a skilled staff team who will aim your development in the SEN sector. If you believe in yourself and really want to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children, please click APPLY below or contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
    Do you want to work in a specialist alternative provision and offer support to children with additional needs? Do you fancy working with an experienced staff team who will support and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you to work independently? Do you have experience in, or hold transferrable skills in supporting children or young adults with additional needs such as Social & Emotional Mental Health needs (SEMH) and Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties (EBD) or experience working in a challenging childcare setting? We are looking for a number of Behaviour Mentors across numerous areas in Bolton who are enthusiastic about helping pupils increase their knowledge and giving them a positive learning experience. You should have a passion for providing the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesHave a meaningful curriculum that is inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for allValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Experience in a classroom environment (desired but not essential)A DBS on the update service (or willing to obtain through Randstad)Be committed to achieving high attainment from pupilsTo support the pupils by understanding their additional requirements and help the pupils to engage and understand a holistic approach to curriculum learning Successful candidates must be:Motivational and EncouragingAble to adapt quickly and think outside the boxWilling to guide and council young people An optimistic and vibrant individualAble to work in small groups Your benefits:Free CPD courses and employment support from your dedicated Randstad consultantWorking 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)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) This is an amazing opportunity to work with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. The successful candidate will work in a challenging yet rewarding environment and will be supported by a skilled staff team who will aim your development in the SEN sector. If you believe in yourself and really want to make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children, please click APPLY below or contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
    • ashton-under-lyne, north west
    • contract
    • £65 - £80 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you a TA with PRU experience who is available for cover/looking for new opportunities?Are you looking to delve into the education sector and help better children's future? We are looking for a behavioural TA to start in September at a Pupil Referral Unit in Tameside. For the right candidate there will be potential opportunities for a long term or even permanent position. You should have a passion for supporting the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Classroom experience working in behaviour management/in a Pupil Referral UnitA DBS on the update service in order to start immediatelyStrong engaging skillsHave passion offering all pupils a positive learning experience Benefits for you:Close to local transport linksUnique 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 own tailored employment support from your Randstad consultantFree CDS courses This is an amazing opportunity and a greatly renowned PRU to work in with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you are interested in this role and can start ASAP, please click APPLY below or send your CV and cover letter to nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk or call the team on 0161 200 1904 to ask any questions you may have.
    Are you a TA with PRU experience who is available for cover/looking for new opportunities?Are you looking to delve into the education sector and help better children's future? We are looking for a behavioural TA to start in September at a Pupil Referral Unit in Tameside. For the right candidate there will be potential opportunities for a long term or even permanent position. You should have a passion for supporting the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Classroom experience working in behaviour management/in a Pupil Referral UnitA DBS on the update service in order to start immediatelyStrong engaging skillsHave passion offering all pupils a positive learning experience Benefits for you:Close to local transport linksUnique 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 own tailored employment support from your Randstad consultantFree CDS courses This is an amazing opportunity and a greatly renowned PRU to work in with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you are interested in this role and can start ASAP, please click APPLY below or send your CV and cover letter to nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk or call the team on 0161 200 1904 to ask any questions you may have.
    • cheadle, north west
    • contract
    • £65 - £80 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you a TA with PRU experience who is available for cover/looking for new opportunities? We are looking for a behavioural TA to start in September at a Pupil Referral Unit in Stockport. For the right candidate there will be potential opportunities for a long term or even permanent position. You should have a passion for supporting the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Classroom experience working in behaviour management/in a Pupil Referral UnitA DBS on the update service in order to start immediatelyStrong engaging skillsHave passion offering all pupils a positive learning experience Benefits for you:Close to local transport linksUnique 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 own tailored employment support from your Randstad consultantFree CDS courses This is an amazing opportunity and a greatly renowned PRU to work in with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you are interested in this role and can start ASAP, please click APPLY below or send your CV and cover letter to nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk or call the team on 0161 200 1904 to ask any questions you may have.
    Are you a TA with PRU experience who is available for cover/looking for new opportunities? We are looking for a behavioural TA to start in September at a Pupil Referral Unit in Stockport. For the right candidate there will be potential opportunities for a long term or even permanent position. You should have a passion for supporting the best learning opportunities for all pupils and create a love of learning in the pupils through enjoyment and reinforcing understanding through innovative and engaging ways while being confident in behavioural management skills. Ethos and Values:Respect each other, the pupils and their familiesValue commitment, safety, respect, total communication, independence, achievement, courage, enthusiasm, equality and celebration Requirements for this role are:Classroom experience working in behaviour management/in a Pupil Referral UnitA DBS on the update service in order to start immediatelyStrong engaging skillsHave passion offering all pupils a positive learning experience Benefits for you:Close to local transport linksUnique 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 own tailored employment support from your Randstad consultantFree CDS courses This is an amazing opportunity and a greatly renowned PRU to work in with some fantastic pupils who have the chance to succeed in learning with a holistic approach and progress in their education. If you are interested in this role and can start ASAP, please click APPLY below or send your CV and cover letter to nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk or call the team on 0161 200 1904 to ask any questions you may have.
    • denton, north west
    • contract
    • £65 - £80 per day
    • randstad education
    Do you have passion for bettering young people's lives?Can you see yourself improving the educational future of pupils who require a higher level of support than what a mainstream school can offer? Have you experience in a support or care role and fancy transferring your skills into the classroom?Then you would be great working with children who may have Social and Emotional Mental Health needs or Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties within alternative education provisions. The current times have given people a good opportunity to take the plunge into a line of work they truly enjoy. If you are enthusiastic about supporting children and young people we would love to hear from you… Must haves:the ability to communicate with children from diverse backgroundsbe comfortable working with children who may have faced struggles in School and require that extra supportconfidence in behaviour management skillsthe ability to guide children in building their self-esteem and confidencea nurturing and trusting nature the ability to engage the pupils in the lesson or activity aheadwork in a team with the teacher or teaching assistants Benefits:gain meaningful work relationships with like-minded staffmake a difference in young peoples lives and better their futureongoing Randstad employment support tailored to youfree CPD coursesyour personable Randstad consultant to guide you through your placement To hear more about how you can become part of the education sector difference in Manchester, click APPLY or email your CV and cover letter to nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0161 200 1904 and the team can answer any questions you may have.
    Do you have passion for bettering young people's lives?Can you see yourself improving the educational future of pupils who require a higher level of support than what a mainstream school can offer? Have you experience in a support or care role and fancy transferring your skills into the classroom?Then you would be great working with children who may have Social and Emotional Mental Health needs or Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties within alternative education provisions. The current times have given people a good opportunity to take the plunge into a line of work they truly enjoy. If you are enthusiastic about supporting children and young people we would love to hear from you… Must haves:the ability to communicate with children from diverse backgroundsbe comfortable working with children who may have faced struggles in School and require that extra supportconfidence in behaviour management skillsthe ability to guide children in building their self-esteem and confidencea nurturing and trusting nature the ability to engage the pupils in the lesson or activity aheadwork in a team with the teacher or teaching assistants Benefits:gain meaningful work relationships with like-minded staffmake a difference in young peoples lives and better their futureongoing Randstad employment support tailored to youfree CPD coursesyour personable Randstad consultant to guide you through your placement To hear more about how you can become part of the education sector difference in Manchester, click APPLY or email your CV and cover letter to nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0161 200 1904 and the team can answer any questions you may have.
    • middleton, north west
    • contract
    • £60 - £70 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you looking for a new and exciting job role opportunity?Do you have experience working with pupils with special educational needs (SEN)?We are looking for an enthusiastic and caring individual to work with pupils in a primary school inRochdale. You will be working with pupils between the ages of 3 and 11 who have SEN. These needsinclude moderate, severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties, which for many pupilsadversely affects their physical abilities, speech, language and communication.A significant proportion of pupils have autistic spectrum conditions (ASC). The school has a dedicated staff teamwith many years of experience working with pupils with SEN.The schools mission statement is thattheir school community develops different pathways of learning opportunities that entitle eachindividual to reach their full potential as confident learners.The School has several aims, including: To develop successful learners who are confident in their talents and skills, communicatewell in a range of ways, are creative, resourceful and able to identify and solve problems To develop confident individuals who are open to the excitement and inspiration offered bythe natural world and human achievements, are willing to try new things and make newopportunities To develop responsible citizens who are able to work cooperatively with others, respectothers, are well prepared for their next phase of education and respond positively to newexperiencesThe school has a range of specialist rooms, including: A hydrotherapy pool, updated in 2017 A specially designed sensory room A soft play room A separate art room A fully-equipped food technology room An outdoor rebound trampoline - installed September 2018 A medical room Shared library facilities A community room for meetings Quiet roomsThere are many benefits of this role, including: Working in a school rated as good by Ofsted Having access to fantastic facilities Parking facilities on site Supporting pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role include: Working alongside the teacher to support the pupils in the classroom Helping to arrange classrooms and gather materials for lessons Working in small groups or on a one to one basis with pupils Supporting pupils with their additional care needsThe requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Experience working as a teaching assistant or working with people with SEN Being dedicated to providing amazing learning support for pupils Numeracy, reading, writing and communication skillsThe successful candidate will work in a school with a dedicated staff team ensure that all childrenare able to develop their skills and personalities within a safe, secure, welcoming and positiveenvironment.If you are interested in this job role, please contact Laura at 0161 200 1906 or emailat laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    Are you looking for a new and exciting job role opportunity?Do you have experience working with pupils with special educational needs (SEN)?We are looking for an enthusiastic and caring individual to work with pupils in a primary school inRochdale. You will be working with pupils between the ages of 3 and 11 who have SEN. These needsinclude moderate, severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties, which for many pupilsadversely affects their physical abilities, speech, language and communication.A significant proportion of pupils have autistic spectrum conditions (ASC). The school has a dedicated staff teamwith many years of experience working with pupils with SEN.The schools mission statement is thattheir school community develops different pathways of learning opportunities that entitle eachindividual to reach their full potential as confident learners.The School has several aims, including: To develop successful learners who are confident in their talents and skills, communicatewell in a range of ways, are creative, resourceful and able to identify and solve problems To develop confident individuals who are open to the excitement and inspiration offered bythe natural world and human achievements, are willing to try new things and make newopportunities To develop responsible citizens who are able to work cooperatively with others, respectothers, are well prepared for their next phase of education and respond positively to newexperiencesThe school has a range of specialist rooms, including: A hydrotherapy pool, updated in 2017 A specially designed sensory room A soft play room A separate art room A fully-equipped food technology room An outdoor rebound trampoline - installed September 2018 A medical room Shared library facilities A community room for meetings Quiet roomsThere are many benefits of this role, including: Working in a school rated as good by Ofsted Having access to fantastic facilities Parking facilities on site Supporting pupils who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of this role include: Working alongside the teacher to support the pupils in the classroom Helping to arrange classrooms and gather materials for lessons Working in small groups or on a one to one basis with pupils Supporting pupils with their additional care needsThe requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Experience working as a teaching assistant or working with people with SEN Being dedicated to providing amazing learning support for pupils Numeracy, reading, writing and communication skillsThe successful candidate will work in a school with a dedicated staff team ensure that all childrenare able to develop their skills and personalities within a safe, secure, welcoming and positiveenvironment.If you are interested in this job role, please contact Laura at 0161 200 1906 or emailat laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    • middleton, 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
    • 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
    • ashton-under-lyne, north west
    • contract
    • £60 - £70 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
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