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      • leatherhead, south east
      • permanent
      • £10.13 - £12.00 per hour
      • randstad education
      Have you been looking for a role where you can make a difference? Are you looking to expand your horizons within education? Do you have a passion for learning? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Leatherhead, Surrey. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits:Welcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsCareer progression opportunitiesAccess to fully funded training and qualificationsTerm time onlyAccessible Public transport links/On-site parkingModern resources and equipment All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:Level 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishA desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references)Eligibility to work in the UK Responsibilities:Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their educationSupporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basisProviding support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved) This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      Have you been looking for a role where you can make a difference? Are you looking to expand your horizons within education? Do you have a passion for learning? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Leatherhead, Surrey. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits:Welcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsCareer progression opportunitiesAccess to fully funded training and qualificationsTerm time onlyAccessible Public transport links/On-site parkingModern resources and equipment All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:Level 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishA desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references)Eligibility to work in the UK Responsibilities:Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their educationSupporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basisProviding support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved) This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      • bournemouth, south west
      • permanent
      • £47,735 - £52,723 per year
      • randstad education
      Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? Are you passionate about working with children and being a role model?This is an ideal and exciting role for someone who would like to take the next step in their leadership career, in a small, nurturing, specialist SEN provision. We believe in giving young people the tools and opportunities to create the lives they want for themselves. With high-quality teaching, an excellent level of individual support and a range of expert-led, integrated therapy, we support students with a range of additional learning needs to create and meet their own goals. Location: Cranborne, DorsetSalary: £47,735.00 - £52,723.00 (L6 - L10)Hours: 40 hours per week, Term time onlyClosing Date: 24th June 2022The main purpose of the role:We are looking for an inspirational and engaging Head of School who shares our commitment and vision in providing an ambitious and therapeutic, person-centred learning environment for our students with ASC and associated needs including SEMH. Working collaboratively with the Principal, Vice Principal and Governing Board, you will have knowledge, experience, and interpersonal skills to develop our school in accordance with it's shared values and our school development plans. We are an organisation who will also support you as an individual to fulfil your potential. We therefore seek a dedicated and passionate individual to lead in the operational running of the school and to further develop the quality of education provided at The Beeches, where you can make your mark on leading the school within a larger campus Key duties:The Head of School will eventually be non-teaching, however, there is an expectation as the school community grows they will support the delivery of a balanced curriculum. They will teach some (aspects of tutorial) classes to model good practice, develop relationships, support training and development and ensure quality teaching and secure the smooth running of the school.Work with the Principal and Vice Principal, staff and governance board in the development, implementation and review of the National Curriculum offer, School Self Evaluation Form (SEF) and School Improvement Plans (SIPs) including regular monitoring and evaluation of standards and quality of provision supporting school governance by attending meetings where appropriate and ensuring that all governance board are able to play an active and informed part in school management and development.Undertake safeguarding duties which will entail reporting and following up incidents in a timely manner and where appropriate liaising with both internal and external stakeholders.Attend weekly High Priority Group meetings and raise any concerns to Senior Leadership Team (SLT).Be responsible for maintaining and regularly updating their knowledge with regards to safeguarding and attending all necessary training to fulfil the roleWith the Principal and Vice Principal, share responsibility for the induction and deployment of new staff, voluntary help, trainee teachers working in classrooms and throughout the school ensuring all safeguarding requirements are met and that their work in school supports the learning and well-being of all children.Promote achievement and well-being and with the Principal and Vice Principal effectively manage the school resources to achieve the schools stated aims, meet it's targets and sustain high achievement.Work with the SLT in setting, nurturing, promoting and maintaining a very high standard of behaviour and mutual respect throughout the school ensuring that all staff play an active role in the pursuit of these standardsDuties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.Experience and Qualifications: A qualified Teacher with experience across the 11 - 16 age rangeAn experienced curriculum and team leaderA leader of teaching and learning with previous educational management experience at either Assistant or Deputy Head level To be able to teach Entry level 1,2 & 3, and GCSE in specific subject What's on offer?:Full training and continued supportLife assurance and pensionHealth cash back planCar lease schemeBike to work scheme Perk boxFree parkingBenefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your CV then please don't hesitate to get in touch.For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? Are you passionate about working with children and being a role model?This is an ideal and exciting role for someone who would like to take the next step in their leadership career, in a small, nurturing, specialist SEN provision. We believe in giving young people the tools and opportunities to create the lives they want for themselves. With high-quality teaching, an excellent level of individual support and a range of expert-led, integrated therapy, we support students with a range of additional learning needs to create and meet their own goals. Location: Cranborne, DorsetSalary: £47,735.00 - £52,723.00 (L6 - L10)Hours: 40 hours per week, Term time onlyClosing Date: 24th June 2022The main purpose of the role:We are looking for an inspirational and engaging Head of School who shares our commitment and vision in providing an ambitious and therapeutic, person-centred learning environment for our students with ASC and associated needs including SEMH. Working collaboratively with the Principal, Vice Principal and Governing Board, you will have knowledge, experience, and interpersonal skills to develop our school in accordance with it's shared values and our school development plans. We are an organisation who will also support you as an individual to fulfil your potential. We therefore seek a dedicated and passionate individual to lead in the operational running of the school and to further develop the quality of education provided at The Beeches, where you can make your mark on leading the school within a larger campus Key duties:The Head of School will eventually be non-teaching, however, there is an expectation as the school community grows they will support the delivery of a balanced curriculum. They will teach some (aspects of tutorial) classes to model good practice, develop relationships, support training and development and ensure quality teaching and secure the smooth running of the school.Work with the Principal and Vice Principal, staff and governance board in the development, implementation and review of the National Curriculum offer, School Self Evaluation Form (SEF) and School Improvement Plans (SIPs) including regular monitoring and evaluation of standards and quality of provision supporting school governance by attending meetings where appropriate and ensuring that all governance board are able to play an active and informed part in school management and development.Undertake safeguarding duties which will entail reporting and following up incidents in a timely manner and where appropriate liaising with both internal and external stakeholders.Attend weekly High Priority Group meetings and raise any concerns to Senior Leadership Team (SLT).Be responsible for maintaining and regularly updating their knowledge with regards to safeguarding and attending all necessary training to fulfil the roleWith the Principal and Vice Principal, share responsibility for the induction and deployment of new staff, voluntary help, trainee teachers working in classrooms and throughout the school ensuring all safeguarding requirements are met and that their work in school supports the learning and well-being of all children.Promote achievement and well-being and with the Principal and Vice Principal effectively manage the school resources to achieve the schools stated aims, meet it's targets and sustain high achievement.Work with the SLT in setting, nurturing, promoting and maintaining a very high standard of behaviour and mutual respect throughout the school ensuring that all staff play an active role in the pursuit of these standardsDuties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required.Experience and Qualifications: A qualified Teacher with experience across the 11 - 16 age rangeAn experienced curriculum and team leaderA leader of teaching and learning with previous educational management experience at either Assistant or Deputy Head level To be able to teach Entry level 1,2 & 3, and GCSE in specific subject What's on offer?:Full training and continued supportLife assurance and pensionHealth cash back planCar lease schemeBike to work scheme Perk boxFree parkingBenefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your CV then please don't hesitate to get in touch.For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      • bournemouth, south west
      • permanent
      • £14,668 - £15,808 per year
      • randstad education
      Can you display empathy and warmth towards others?Do you have a keen interest in working within the education or mental health sectors?Are you looking for a full time role as a SEN Teaching Assistant with excellent training opportunities and the possibility of career progression? Randstad have the pleasure to present this fantastic opportunity within a specialist SEN school setting, in the Cranborne area of Dorset. We believe in giving young people the tools and opportunities to create the lives they want for themselves. With high-quality teaching, an excellent level of individual support and a range of expert-led, integrated therapy, we support students with a range of additional learning needs to create and meet their own goals.This role is essential to the support and development of our young people being successful and achieving in a safe and caring learning environment. Role holders will build a professional & trusted relationship with the young people which put their health, safety and overall development first. This role will include supporting our teaching staff to deliver on a daily basis a broad and balanced curriculum for our young people both on and off site. Flexibility is key in this role and may include working 1:1 with a student when required, or supporting in class working with a small group. Positive behaviour management is an important part of the role. Key duties: Take responsibility for Safeguarding and promoting the welfare or our young people according to the college's policies, and discharge your duties under the Prevent agenda. Work alongside the teaching staff to support our young people in their learning, providing further explanation to individuals where needed. Support our young people to identify, meet and exceed their education targets. Implement and support positive behaviour throughout the college, adapting own behaviour and responses when required to meet individual needs. Ensure all documentation is completed correctly for recording of accidents, incidents, or health & safety as per the college's policies. Assist the young people in attending a wide range of group activities, ensuring that their choices are respected and appropriate social interactions and friendships are encouraged Ensure that practice at all times implements and follows the young person's Educational/Learning Approaches; Placement/Care plan; Behaviour Support plan, and Communication/Sensory strategies Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required. Qualifications: GCSE English and Maths qualification - minimum grade 4 or equivalent is essential Knowledge and Experience: Experience of working in an Education setting Relevant knowledge and experience of young people within age range Understanding of the Safeguarding principles Experience of managing a range of approaches to behaviour, including managing behaviours that challenge. Experience of working within an inclusive setting Skills: Commitment to the role and ethos of the college, the desire to put the young people first and treat them as an individual Be positive and creative in meeting the needs of young people and enhancing their outcomes Be able to work on your own as well as part of a team Work collaboratively with other Aurora team members and professionals with good interpersonal skills Good numeracy and literacy skills Competent ICT skills Able to work within the parameters of the physical demands of the job role Benefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionalsIf you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your CV then please don't hesitate to get in touch.For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      Can you display empathy and warmth towards others?Do you have a keen interest in working within the education or mental health sectors?Are you looking for a full time role as a SEN Teaching Assistant with excellent training opportunities and the possibility of career progression? Randstad have the pleasure to present this fantastic opportunity within a specialist SEN school setting, in the Cranborne area of Dorset. We believe in giving young people the tools and opportunities to create the lives they want for themselves. With high-quality teaching, an excellent level of individual support and a range of expert-led, integrated therapy, we support students with a range of additional learning needs to create and meet their own goals.This role is essential to the support and development of our young people being successful and achieving in a safe and caring learning environment. Role holders will build a professional & trusted relationship with the young people which put their health, safety and overall development first. This role will include supporting our teaching staff to deliver on a daily basis a broad and balanced curriculum for our young people both on and off site. Flexibility is key in this role and may include working 1:1 with a student when required, or supporting in class working with a small group. Positive behaviour management is an important part of the role. Key duties: Take responsibility for Safeguarding and promoting the welfare or our young people according to the college's policies, and discharge your duties under the Prevent agenda. Work alongside the teaching staff to support our young people in their learning, providing further explanation to individuals where needed. Support our young people to identify, meet and exceed their education targets. Implement and support positive behaviour throughout the college, adapting own behaviour and responses when required to meet individual needs. Ensure all documentation is completed correctly for recording of accidents, incidents, or health & safety as per the college's policies. Assist the young people in attending a wide range of group activities, ensuring that their choices are respected and appropriate social interactions and friendships are encouraged Ensure that practice at all times implements and follows the young person's Educational/Learning Approaches; Placement/Care plan; Behaviour Support plan, and Communication/Sensory strategies Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required. Qualifications: GCSE English and Maths qualification - minimum grade 4 or equivalent is essential Knowledge and Experience: Experience of working in an Education setting Relevant knowledge and experience of young people within age range Understanding of the Safeguarding principles Experience of managing a range of approaches to behaviour, including managing behaviours that challenge. Experience of working within an inclusive setting Skills: Commitment to the role and ethos of the college, the desire to put the young people first and treat them as an individual Be positive and creative in meeting the needs of young people and enhancing their outcomes Be able to work on your own as well as part of a team Work collaboratively with other Aurora team members and professionals with good interpersonal skills Good numeracy and literacy skills Competent ICT skills Able to work within the parameters of the physical demands of the job role Benefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionalsIf you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your CV then please don't hesitate to get in touch.For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      • preston, north west
      • temporary
      • randstad education
      Are you a fully qualified and experienced Level 2 or 3 primary Teaching Assistant, who is interested in supporting children who have additional learning and development needs? Have you got experience working with children who have additional learning needs eg. autism, ASD or children with communication and language difficulties? Within the role, you will be required to support the pupils throughout the day with their activities and learning to enhance this as much as possible. We are currently recruiting for a full time 1:1 support assistant in the Tarleton area of Lancashire. Our client is a small and friendly one form entry school where they strive to provide their learners with the experiences, skills and values in a friendly community-focused environment, where they find and nurture the extraordinary in each and every child, so that they are resilient, confident and happy. Key responsibilities: Support the pupils with their learning in 1:1, small groups and the whole class. Collaborate with the class teacher regarding expectations and organising appropriate activities. Liaise with other professionals within the setting eg. Teachers, TAs, specialist support staff. Support the monitoring and tracking of all pupils in line with the assessment procedures in school. Essential Requirements:TA qualified.Experience of working with young people.Be comfortable and confident in managing challenging behaviours.Ability to engage with, and build rapport with young people.Be creative, proactive and flexible in their supporting style.Experience with behaviour management as the role is across classes.Have experience with SEN or knowledge learning difficulties. Benefits of the role:Local parking.Public Transport near by.Competitive daily pay rate.Weekly pay.Support from an exciting network of Primary Schools.Access to free CPD.Support from your dedicated consultant who specialises in Primary Education.CV and application support.Discounts.Refer a friend Scheme with a reward of £300 love 2 shop vouchers. *Terms and conditions apply. Randstad is committed to the safety of young children; therefore all posts will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.Apply today to start your career in teaching with the support of Randstad Education and the Primary Schools. We are able to provide you with a network of opportunities in the local Primary Schools and access to CPD events.Please contact Louise via email at louise.atkinson@randstadeducation.co.uk
      Are you a fully qualified and experienced Level 2 or 3 primary Teaching Assistant, who is interested in supporting children who have additional learning and development needs? Have you got experience working with children who have additional learning needs eg. autism, ASD or children with communication and language difficulties? Within the role, you will be required to support the pupils throughout the day with their activities and learning to enhance this as much as possible. We are currently recruiting for a full time 1:1 support assistant in the Tarleton area of Lancashire. Our client is a small and friendly one form entry school where they strive to provide their learners with the experiences, skills and values in a friendly community-focused environment, where they find and nurture the extraordinary in each and every child, so that they are resilient, confident and happy. Key responsibilities: Support the pupils with their learning in 1:1, small groups and the whole class. Collaborate with the class teacher regarding expectations and organising appropriate activities. Liaise with other professionals within the setting eg. Teachers, TAs, specialist support staff. Support the monitoring and tracking of all pupils in line with the assessment procedures in school. Essential Requirements:TA qualified.Experience of working with young people.Be comfortable and confident in managing challenging behaviours.Ability to engage with, and build rapport with young people.Be creative, proactive and flexible in their supporting style.Experience with behaviour management as the role is across classes.Have experience with SEN or knowledge learning difficulties. Benefits of the role:Local parking.Public Transport near by.Competitive daily pay rate.Weekly pay.Support from an exciting network of Primary Schools.Access to free CPD.Support from your dedicated consultant who specialises in Primary Education.CV and application support.Discounts.Refer a friend Scheme with a reward of £300 love 2 shop vouchers. *Terms and conditions apply. Randstad is committed to the safety of young children; therefore all posts will be subject to an enhanced DBS check and satisfactory references.Apply today to start your career in teaching with the support of Randstad Education and the Primary Schools. We are able to provide you with a network of opportunities in the local Primary Schools and access to CPD events.Please contact Louise via email at louise.atkinson@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • leicester, east midlands
      • contract
      • £70 - £85 per day
      • randstad education
      SEN Teaching Assistant | Leicester Based | £70-£85 per day |Are you interested in working within the Special Educational Needs sector?Are you looking for a full time role as a SEN Teaching Assistant with excellent training opportunities and the possibility of career progression? Are you living in the Leicester area or happy to commute?Are you looking for a rewarding career where no two days are the same? £70 - £85 per day depending on experience If so then the following role of a SEN Teaching Assistant could be for you! At Randstad Education we are working closely with large special education needs schools in the Leicester area. We are looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant, with experience working either 1:1 or on a small group basis, to join the team!Our client schools thrive on supporting SEN children to reach their full potential. The schools pride themselves in providing a wonderful learning environment for both staff and students. You will be joining a team very dedicated to providing the best opportunities for the pupils. As a SEN Teaching Assistant you will support the children with their learning, life skills and well-being as well as being a role model to the pupils in the classroom.Your duties as a SEN Teaching Assistant will include:Supporting the classroom teacherWork on a 1:1 or group basis with pupils who have Special Educational NeedsReport back to parents and Teachers regarding pupils progress Break time duties Completion of daily records for pupils Classroom preparation for the following school day Benefits Randstad can offer:CV writing The option to go from long term to permanent job rolesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the education sectorReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300 What is required to be a Teaching Assistant?Have experience of working with SEN children within an educational settingCurrent Enhanced DBS check or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possibleGood Numeracy and Literacy skills(Desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach / Signalong (Desired) Experience/Understanding of EHCP'sIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your CV to nico.sidhu@randstad.co.uk or call 0121 281 4303 any time! Thanks! If this job role of a SEN Teaching Assistant isn't suitable for you but you know someone that would excel then please, don't hesitate to take advantage of our £300 refer-a-friend scheme.
      SEN Teaching Assistant | Leicester Based | £70-£85 per day |Are you interested in working within the Special Educational Needs sector?Are you looking for a full time role as a SEN Teaching Assistant with excellent training opportunities and the possibility of career progression? Are you living in the Leicester area or happy to commute?Are you looking for a rewarding career where no two days are the same? £70 - £85 per day depending on experience If so then the following role of a SEN Teaching Assistant could be for you! At Randstad Education we are working closely with large special education needs schools in the Leicester area. We are looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant, with experience working either 1:1 or on a small group basis, to join the team!Our client schools thrive on supporting SEN children to reach their full potential. The schools pride themselves in providing a wonderful learning environment for both staff and students. You will be joining a team very dedicated to providing the best opportunities for the pupils. As a SEN Teaching Assistant you will support the children with their learning, life skills and well-being as well as being a role model to the pupils in the classroom.Your duties as a SEN Teaching Assistant will include:Supporting the classroom teacherWork on a 1:1 or group basis with pupils who have Special Educational NeedsReport back to parents and Teachers regarding pupils progress Break time duties Completion of daily records for pupils Classroom preparation for the following school day Benefits Randstad can offer:CV writing The option to go from long term to permanent job rolesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the education sectorReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300 What is required to be a Teaching Assistant?Have experience of working with SEN children within an educational settingCurrent Enhanced DBS check or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possibleGood Numeracy and Literacy skills(Desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach / Signalong (Desired) Experience/Understanding of EHCP'sIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your CV to nico.sidhu@randstad.co.uk or call 0121 281 4303 any time! Thanks! If this job role of a SEN Teaching Assistant isn't suitable for you but you know someone that would excel then please, don't hesitate to take advantage of our £300 refer-a-friend scheme.
      • nottingham, east midlands
      • contract
      • £70 - £85 per day
      • randstad education
      SEN Teaching Assistant | Nottingham Based | £70-85 per day | Immediate start Are you a kind, patient and nurturing person?Are you enthusiastic and good at thinking on your feet?Are you a naturally positive person with a 'can do' attitude? Do you have a passion for supporting students with their learning?Do you have experience of working with children and adults with additional needs? £70 - £85 per day depending on experienceIf so then the following role of a SEN Teaching Assistant could be for you! At Randstad Education we are working closely with a large special education needs school in the Nottingham area. We are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant, with experience working either 1:1 or on a small group basis, to join the team!Our client schools thrive on supporting SEN children to reach their full potential. The schools pride themselves in providing a wonderful learning environment for both staff and students. You will be joining a team very dedicated to providing the best opportunities for the pupils as well as for the staff. As an SEN Teaching Assistant you will support the children with their learning, life skills and well-being as well as being a role model to the students in the classroom.Your duties as a SEN Teaching Assistant will include:Supporting the classroom teacherWork on a 1:1 or group basis with pupils who have Special Educational NeedsReport back to parents and Teachers regarding pupils progress Break time duties Completion of daily records for pupils Classroom preparation for the following school day Benefits Randstad can offer:CV writing The option to go from long term to permanent job rolesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the education sectorReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300 What is required to be a SEN Teaching Assistant?Have experience of working with SEN children within an educational settingCurrent Enhanced DBS check or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possibleGood Numeracy and Literacy skills(Desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach / Signalong (Desired) Experience/Understanding of EHCP'sIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your CV to nico.sidhu@randstad.co.uk or call 0121 281 4303 any time! Thanks! If this job role of a SEN Teaching Assistant isn't suitable for you but you know someone that would excel then please, don't hesitate to take advantage of our £300 refer-a-friend scheme.
      SEN Teaching Assistant | Nottingham Based | £70-85 per day | Immediate start Are you a kind, patient and nurturing person?Are you enthusiastic and good at thinking on your feet?Are you a naturally positive person with a 'can do' attitude? Do you have a passion for supporting students with their learning?Do you have experience of working with children and adults with additional needs? £70 - £85 per day depending on experienceIf so then the following role of a SEN Teaching Assistant could be for you! At Randstad Education we are working closely with a large special education needs school in the Nottingham area. We are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant, with experience working either 1:1 or on a small group basis, to join the team!Our client schools thrive on supporting SEN children to reach their full potential. The schools pride themselves in providing a wonderful learning environment for both staff and students. You will be joining a team very dedicated to providing the best opportunities for the pupils as well as for the staff. As an SEN Teaching Assistant you will support the children with their learning, life skills and well-being as well as being a role model to the students in the classroom.Your duties as a SEN Teaching Assistant will include:Supporting the classroom teacherWork on a 1:1 or group basis with pupils who have Special Educational NeedsReport back to parents and Teachers regarding pupils progress Break time duties Completion of daily records for pupils Classroom preparation for the following school day Benefits Randstad can offer:CV writing The option to go from long term to permanent job rolesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the education sectorReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300 What is required to be a SEN Teaching Assistant?Have experience of working with SEN children within an educational settingCurrent Enhanced DBS check or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possibleGood Numeracy and Literacy skills(Desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach / Signalong (Desired) Experience/Understanding of EHCP'sIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your CV to nico.sidhu@randstad.co.uk or call 0121 281 4303 any time! Thanks! If this job role of a SEN Teaching Assistant isn't suitable for you but you know someone that would excel then please, don't hesitate to take advantage of our £300 refer-a-friend scheme.
      • wimborne, south west
      • permanent
      • £9.65 - £10.40 per hour
      • randstad education
      Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference? Do you have experience working with special educational needs? Have you been looking for a role where you are supported to progress? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Cranborne, Wimborne. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits: Accessible Public transport links/On-site parkingModern resources and equipmentCareer progression opportunitiesTerm time onlyAccess to fully funded training and qualificationsWelcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuits All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:Relevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references)Level 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishA desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHEligibility to work in the UK Responsibilities:Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their educationSupporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basisProviding support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved) This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      Are you looking for a role where you can make a difference? Do you have experience working with special educational needs? Have you been looking for a role where you are supported to progress? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Cranborne, Wimborne. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits: Accessible Public transport links/On-site parkingModern resources and equipmentCareer progression opportunitiesTerm time onlyAccess to fully funded training and qualificationsWelcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuits All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:Relevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references)Level 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishA desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHEligibility to work in the UK Responsibilities:Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their educationSupporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basisProviding support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved) This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      • leatherhead, south east
      • permanent
      • £10.13 - £12.00 per hour
      • randstad education
      Do you have a desire to support young people to access basic life skills? Have you got experience working with complex needs? Are you looking for a role with access to a fantastic training programme? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Leatherhead, Surrey. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits: Accessible Public transport links/On-site parkingModern resources and equipmentAccess to fully funded training and qualificationsWelcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsCareer progression opportunitiesTerm time only All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:Eligibility to work in the UKLevel 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references)A desire to learn about complex needs and SEMH Responsibilities:Providing support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved)Supporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basisEncouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their education This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      Do you have a desire to support young people to access basic life skills? Have you got experience working with complex needs? Are you looking for a role with access to a fantastic training programme? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Leatherhead, Surrey. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits: Accessible Public transport links/On-site parkingModern resources and equipmentAccess to fully funded training and qualificationsWelcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsCareer progression opportunitiesTerm time only All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:Eligibility to work in the UKLevel 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references)A desire to learn about complex needs and SEMH Responsibilities:Providing support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved)Supporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basisEncouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their education This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      • leatherhead, south east
      • permanent
      • £18,100 - £20,494 per year
      • randstad education
      Are you searching for a rewarding an interesting role?Can you see yourself working with children needing additional support?Are you ready to make a difference to young people's lives?Be a part of something new! Opened on 21st February 2022, Randstad is working with an innovative new provider for 11-16 year old pupils with Special Educational Needs. We have taken a mixed academic approach to create an environment where young people can achieve their own goals and thrive - be that with GCSEs or a vocational route.We're currently looking for experienced SEN Teaching Assistants to join our expanding team, to be a part of this exciting new experience right from the start. The Role / Key duties:As our new Teaching Assistant, your role is to support our children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment. Where necessary this may include supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive behaviour management adopting a tailored approach to the individual child.You will be expected to establish a warm, caring and supportive relationship with pupils in order to support them feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn during their time at the School, and to promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times.You will support the class teacher and contribute to providing high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and experiences through supporting the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning.Like many SEN environments; your duties are likely to vary and therefore candidates will need to be flexible and be able to lend a hand whenever required.Skills and Qualifications: Successful candidates are likely to demonstrate:Experience working with SEN in an employed or voluntary setting   Full UK driving licence and access to your own car desirable A recognised qualification at Level 2 or above in Support work for Teaching and Learning in Schools or an equivalent is desirable    GCSE Maths and English Level 2/C or above qualification is essential.  Understanding of the Safeguarding principles and Child Protection procedures.  Knowledge or experience of pupils with SEN or SEMH/ASD  Ability to adaptThe desire to put the child first and treat them as an individual  Be positive and creative in assisting to meet pupils' individual needs Be part of our successful team and also benefit from a generous package that includes:Life assurance and PensionPerkbox - offering high street discountsEmployee assistance programmeCar lease schemeFully funded training and qualificationsBike to work schemeFree membership to our Health cash back plan - Claim back money on services such as dental, optical, physio and many more.Benefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      Are you searching for a rewarding an interesting role?Can you see yourself working with children needing additional support?Are you ready to make a difference to young people's lives?Be a part of something new! Opened on 21st February 2022, Randstad is working with an innovative new provider for 11-16 year old pupils with Special Educational Needs. We have taken a mixed academic approach to create an environment where young people can achieve their own goals and thrive - be that with GCSEs or a vocational route.We're currently looking for experienced SEN Teaching Assistants to join our expanding team, to be a part of this exciting new experience right from the start. The Role / Key duties:As our new Teaching Assistant, your role is to support our children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment. Where necessary this may include supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive behaviour management adopting a tailored approach to the individual child.You will be expected to establish a warm, caring and supportive relationship with pupils in order to support them feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn during their time at the School, and to promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times.You will support the class teacher and contribute to providing high quality, challenging and differentiated educational activities and experiences through supporting the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning.Like many SEN environments; your duties are likely to vary and therefore candidates will need to be flexible and be able to lend a hand whenever required.Skills and Qualifications: Successful candidates are likely to demonstrate:Experience working with SEN in an employed or voluntary setting   Full UK driving licence and access to your own car desirable A recognised qualification at Level 2 or above in Support work for Teaching and Learning in Schools or an equivalent is desirable    GCSE Maths and English Level 2/C or above qualification is essential.  Understanding of the Safeguarding principles and Child Protection procedures.  Knowledge or experience of pupils with SEN or SEMH/ASD  Ability to adaptThe desire to put the child first and treat them as an individual  Be positive and creative in assisting to meet pupils' individual needs Be part of our successful team and also benefit from a generous package that includes:Life assurance and PensionPerkbox - offering high street discountsEmployee assistance programmeCar lease schemeFully funded training and qualificationsBike to work schemeFree membership to our Health cash back plan - Claim back money on services such as dental, optical, physio and many more.Benefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      • horley, south east
      • permanent
      • randstad education
      Humanities Teacher needed for a specialist SEMH school in the Horley area. Seasoned SEN Teacher searching for a new challenge? Would you like the opportunity to work with children who have special educational needs? Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? If you answered yes, then please keep reading! Are you a Teacher with experience working in an SEMH setting or wanting the opportunity to learn? We are looking for positive and enthusiastic role models to join an ever growing team, within a specialist secondary school in the Sussex downs, near Crawley. The school's team has long-term experience in admitting independent day pupils since 2006, while also embracing excellent core values. Staff will receive in-house training in ASD by The National Autistic Society, and you will also have the capacity to deliver an outstanding curriculum and SEN provision. School BenefitExcellent training and guidance Supportive management Extensive grounds On site parking Flexible work patterns A unique teaching approach Your responsibilities will include:Provided teaching and support to groups 5-8 in sizePlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing on life skillsProvide behaviour based support that may impact quality of lifeLeading students during class by tracking their progress Enabling learners to access the curriculumSupporting the pastoral needs of the learnersBeing an active part in creating a positive learning environmentSupporting students as part of a small group in a range of activities throughout the dayUsing your interests to engage learners in learning Key skills and experience needed: Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)DBS Clear Experience working with people with special needsBe able to work with learners that have various learning difficulties including epilepsy and autismHave an understanding of students with emotional needsWillingness to learn and build relationships with learnersThe ability to work as an individual and as a part of the team.Be flexible in your approach to education.Own means of transport is essential If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.uk
      Humanities Teacher needed for a specialist SEMH school in the Horley area. Seasoned SEN Teacher searching for a new challenge? Would you like the opportunity to work with children who have special educational needs? Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? If you answered yes, then please keep reading! Are you a Teacher with experience working in an SEMH setting or wanting the opportunity to learn? We are looking for positive and enthusiastic role models to join an ever growing team, within a specialist secondary school in the Sussex downs, near Crawley. The school's team has long-term experience in admitting independent day pupils since 2006, while also embracing excellent core values. Staff will receive in-house training in ASD by The National Autistic Society, and you will also have the capacity to deliver an outstanding curriculum and SEN provision. School BenefitExcellent training and guidance Supportive management Extensive grounds On site parking Flexible work patterns A unique teaching approach Your responsibilities will include:Provided teaching and support to groups 5-8 in sizePlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing on life skillsProvide behaviour based support that may impact quality of lifeLeading students during class by tracking their progress Enabling learners to access the curriculumSupporting the pastoral needs of the learnersBeing an active part in creating a positive learning environmentSupporting students as part of a small group in a range of activities throughout the dayUsing your interests to engage learners in learning Key skills and experience needed: Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)DBS Clear Experience working with people with special needsBe able to work with learners that have various learning difficulties including epilepsy and autismHave an understanding of students with emotional needsWillingness to learn and build relationships with learnersThe ability to work as an individual and as a part of the team.Be flexible in your approach to education.Own means of transport is essential If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.uk
      • wimborne, south west
      • permanent
      • £16,000 - £18,000 per year
      • randstad education
      Do you have the right attitude and empathic approach? Can you see yourself working with children needing additional support?Are you searching for a rewarding an interesting role? Randstad has the pleasure of working with a specialist school who believe in giving young people the tools and opportunities to create the lives they want for themselves. With high-quality teaching, an excellent level of individual support and a range of expert-led, integrated therapy, we support students with a range of additional learning needs to create and meet their own goals.This role is essential to the support and development of our young people being successful and achieving in a safe and caring learning environment. Role holders will build a professional & trusted relationship with the young people which put their health, safety and overall development first. This role will include supporting our teaching staff to deliver on a daily basis a broad and balanced curriculum for our young people both on and off site. Flexibility is key in this role and may include working 1:1 with a student when required, or supporting in class working with a small group. Positive behaviour management is an important part of the role. Key duties: Take responsibility for Safeguarding and promoting the welfare or our young people according to the college's policies, and discharge your duties under the Prevent agenda. Work alongside the teaching staff to support our young people in their learning, providing further explanation to individuals where needed. Support our young people to identify, meet and exceed their education targets. Implement and support positive behaviour throughout the college, adapting own behaviour and responses when required to meet individual needs. Ensure all documentation is completed correctly for recording of accidents, incidents, or health & safety as per the college's policies. Assist the young people in attending a wide range of group activities, ensuring that their choices are respected and appropriate social interactions and friendships are encouraged Ensure that practice at all times implements and follows the young person's Educational/Learning Approaches; Placement/Care plan; Behaviour Support plan, and Communication/Sensory strategies Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required. Qualifications: GCSE English and Maths qualification - minimum grade 4 or equivalent is essential Knowledge and Experience: Experience of working in an Education setting Relevant knowledge and experience of young people within age range Understanding of the Safeguarding principles Experience of managing a range of approaches to behaviour, including managing behaviours that challenge. Experience of working within an inclusive setting Skills: Commitment to the role and ethos of the college, the desire to put the young people first and treat them as an individual Be positive and creative in meeting the needs of young people and enhancing their outcomes Be able to work on your own as well as part of a team Work collaboratively with other Aurora team members and professionals with good interpersonal skills Good numeracy and literacy skills Competent ICT skills Able to work within the parameters of the physical demands of the job roleWhats on offer?: Full training and continued support Opportunity to gain qualifications, which will be funded by us!Free lunch Life assurance and pensionHealth cash back planCar lease schemeBike to work scheme Perk boxFree parkingTo apply for this role please contact Chris Barrett at Randstad Education on 01293 527416 or via chris.barrett@randstad.co.uk
      Do you have the right attitude and empathic approach? Can you see yourself working with children needing additional support?Are you searching for a rewarding an interesting role? Randstad has the pleasure of working with a specialist school who believe in giving young people the tools and opportunities to create the lives they want for themselves. With high-quality teaching, an excellent level of individual support and a range of expert-led, integrated therapy, we support students with a range of additional learning needs to create and meet their own goals.This role is essential to the support and development of our young people being successful and achieving in a safe and caring learning environment. Role holders will build a professional & trusted relationship with the young people which put their health, safety and overall development first. This role will include supporting our teaching staff to deliver on a daily basis a broad and balanced curriculum for our young people both on and off site. Flexibility is key in this role and may include working 1:1 with a student when required, or supporting in class working with a small group. Positive behaviour management is an important part of the role. Key duties: Take responsibility for Safeguarding and promoting the welfare or our young people according to the college's policies, and discharge your duties under the Prevent agenda. Work alongside the teaching staff to support our young people in their learning, providing further explanation to individuals where needed. Support our young people to identify, meet and exceed their education targets. Implement and support positive behaviour throughout the college, adapting own behaviour and responses when required to meet individual needs. Ensure all documentation is completed correctly for recording of accidents, incidents, or health & safety as per the college's policies. Assist the young people in attending a wide range of group activities, ensuring that their choices are respected and appropriate social interactions and friendships are encouraged Ensure that practice at all times implements and follows the young person's Educational/Learning Approaches; Placement/Care plan; Behaviour Support plan, and Communication/Sensory strategies Duties will vary, you must expect to diversify and lend a hand wherever is required. Qualifications: GCSE English and Maths qualification - minimum grade 4 or equivalent is essential Knowledge and Experience: Experience of working in an Education setting Relevant knowledge and experience of young people within age range Understanding of the Safeguarding principles Experience of managing a range of approaches to behaviour, including managing behaviours that challenge. Experience of working within an inclusive setting Skills: Commitment to the role and ethos of the college, the desire to put the young people first and treat them as an individual Be positive and creative in meeting the needs of young people and enhancing their outcomes Be able to work on your own as well as part of a team Work collaboratively with other Aurora team members and professionals with good interpersonal skills Good numeracy and literacy skills Competent ICT skills Able to work within the parameters of the physical demands of the job roleWhats on offer?: Full training and continued support Opportunity to gain qualifications, which will be funded by us!Free lunch Life assurance and pensionHealth cash back planCar lease schemeBike to work scheme Perk boxFree parkingTo apply for this role please contact Chris Barrett at Randstad Education on 01293 527416 or via chris.barrett@randstad.co.uk
      • leatherhead, south east
      • permanent
      • £10.13 - £12.00 per hour
      • randstad education
      Do you have experience working in care or education? Are you looking for a role with fantastic training opportunities? Have you got a passion for working with young people? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Leatherhead, Surrey. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits:Welcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsCareer progression opportunitiesAccessible Public transport links/On-site parkingModern resources and equipmentAccess to fully funded training and qualificationsTerm time only All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:Level 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishEligibility to work in the UKA desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references) Responsibilities:Supporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basisProviding support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved)Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their education This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      Do you have experience working in care or education? Are you looking for a role with fantastic training opportunities? Have you got a passion for working with young people? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Leatherhead, Surrey. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits:Welcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsCareer progression opportunitiesAccessible Public transport links/On-site parkingModern resources and equipmentAccess to fully funded training and qualificationsTerm time only All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:Level 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishEligibility to work in the UKA desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references) Responsibilities:Supporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basisProviding support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved)Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their education This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      • wimborne, south west
      • permanent
      • £9.65 - £10.40 per hour
      • randstad education
      Are you looking for a role where you are supported to progress and learn? Have you got experience working with special educational needs? Do you want to support young adults in the classroom? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Cranborne, Wimborne. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits: Career progression opportunitiesTerm time onlyAccessible Public transport links/On-site parkingWelcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsModern resources and equipmentAccess to fully funded training and qualifications All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:A desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHEligibility to work in the UKLevel 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references) Responsibilities:Providing support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved)Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their educationSupporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      Are you looking for a role where you are supported to progress and learn? Have you got experience working with special educational needs? Do you want to support young adults in the classroom? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Cranborne, Wimborne. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits: Career progression opportunitiesTerm time onlyAccessible Public transport links/On-site parkingWelcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsModern resources and equipmentAccess to fully funded training and qualifications All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:A desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHEligibility to work in the UKLevel 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references) Responsibilities:Providing support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved)Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their educationSupporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      • leicester, east midlands
      • contract
      • £70 - £85 per day
      • randstad education
      SEN Teaching Assistant | Leicester Based | £70-£85 per day |Are you interested in working within the Special Educational Needs sector?Are you looking for a full time role as a SEN Teaching Assistant with excellent training opportunities and the possibility of career progression? Are you living in the Leicester area or happy to commute?Are you looking for a rewarding career where no two days are the same? £70 - £85 per day depending on experience If so then the following role of a SEN Teaching Assistant could be for you! At Randstad Education we are working closely with large special education needs schools in the Leicester area. We are looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant, with experience working either 1:1 or on a small group basis, to join the team!Our client schools thrive on supporting SEN children to reach their full potential. The schools pride themselves in providing a wonderful learning environment for both staff and students. You will be joining a team very dedicated to providing the best opportunities for the pupils. As a SEN Teaching Assistant you will support the children with their learning, life skills and well-being as well as being a role model to the pupils in the classroom.Your duties as a SEN Teaching Assistant will include:Supporting the classroom teacherWork on a 1:1 or group basis with pupils who have Special Educational NeedsReport back to parents and Teachers regarding pupils progress Break time duties Completion of daily records for pupils Classroom preparation for the following school day Benefits Randstad can offer:CV writing The option to go from long term to permanent job rolesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the education sectorReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300 What is required to be a Level 2 SEN Teaching Assistant?Have experience of working with SEN children within an educational settingCurrent Enhanced DBS check or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possibleGood Numeracy and Literacy skills(Desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach / Signalong (Desired) Experience/Understanding of EHCP'sIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your CV to nico.sidhu@randstad.co.uk or call 0121 281 4303 any time! Thanks! If this job role of a SEN Teaching Assistant isn't suitable for you but you know someone that would excel then please, don't hesitate to take advantage of our £300 refer-a-friend scheme.
      SEN Teaching Assistant | Leicester Based | £70-£85 per day |Are you interested in working within the Special Educational Needs sector?Are you looking for a full time role as a SEN Teaching Assistant with excellent training opportunities and the possibility of career progression? Are you living in the Leicester area or happy to commute?Are you looking for a rewarding career where no two days are the same? £70 - £85 per day depending on experience If so then the following role of a SEN Teaching Assistant could be for you! At Randstad Education we are working closely with large special education needs schools in the Leicester area. We are looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant, with experience working either 1:1 or on a small group basis, to join the team!Our client schools thrive on supporting SEN children to reach their full potential. The schools pride themselves in providing a wonderful learning environment for both staff and students. You will be joining a team very dedicated to providing the best opportunities for the pupils. As a SEN Teaching Assistant you will support the children with their learning, life skills and well-being as well as being a role model to the pupils in the classroom.Your duties as a SEN Teaching Assistant will include:Supporting the classroom teacherWork on a 1:1 or group basis with pupils who have Special Educational NeedsReport back to parents and Teachers regarding pupils progress Break time duties Completion of daily records for pupils Classroom preparation for the following school day Benefits Randstad can offer:CV writing The option to go from long term to permanent job rolesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the education sectorReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300 What is required to be a Level 2 SEN Teaching Assistant?Have experience of working with SEN children within an educational settingCurrent Enhanced DBS check or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possibleGood Numeracy and Literacy skills(Desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach / Signalong (Desired) Experience/Understanding of EHCP'sIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your CV to nico.sidhu@randstad.co.uk or call 0121 281 4303 any time! Thanks! If this job role of a SEN Teaching Assistant isn't suitable for you but you know someone that would excel then please, don't hesitate to take advantage of our £300 refer-a-friend scheme.
      • nottingham, east midlands
      • contract
      • £70 - £85 per day
      • randstad education
      SEN Teaching Assistant | Nottingham | £70 - £85 per day | Immediate start Are you a kind, patient and nurturing person?Are you enthusiastic and good at thinking on your feet?Are you a naturally positive person with a 'can do' attitude? Do you have a passion for supporting students with their learning?Do you have experience of working with children and adults with additional needs? If this sounds like you, Randstad wants to hear from you! Randstad are looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant to work in various SEN school settings based in the Nottingham area. You will be working with a team of dedicated professionals to provide tailored and specific support for young people who have additional requirements in their academic development. You will use your knowledge of complex behaviours linked to Autism, Mental Health Needs and Learning Difficulties to assist students on a 1:1 or small group basis in the classroom, while monitoring their progress and reporting to the class teacher. Your duties as an SEN Teaching Assistant:Work on a 1:1 or group basis with pupils who have Special Educational NeedsAssisting the class teacher in the classroom Assisting with playground duties at times Completion of daily records for pupils Lesson preparation for the following school day Reporting back to the classroom teacher and Parent/Guardians Benefits Randstad can offer:CV writing The option to go from long term to permanent job rolesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the education sectorReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300What is required to be a SEN Teaching Assistant?Have experience of working with SEN children within an educational settingCurrent Enhanced DBS check or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possibleGood Numeracy and Literacy skills(Desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach / Signalong (Desired) Experience/Understanding of EHCP'sIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your CV to nico.sidhu@randstad.co.uk or call 0121 281 4303 any time! Thanks! If this job role of a SEN Teaching Assistant isn't suitable for you but you know someone that would excel then please, don't hesitate to take advantage of our £300 refer-a-friend scheme.
      SEN Teaching Assistant | Nottingham | £70 - £85 per day | Immediate start Are you a kind, patient and nurturing person?Are you enthusiastic and good at thinking on your feet?Are you a naturally positive person with a 'can do' attitude? Do you have a passion for supporting students with their learning?Do you have experience of working with children and adults with additional needs? If this sounds like you, Randstad wants to hear from you! Randstad are looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant to work in various SEN school settings based in the Nottingham area. You will be working with a team of dedicated professionals to provide tailored and specific support for young people who have additional requirements in their academic development. You will use your knowledge of complex behaviours linked to Autism, Mental Health Needs and Learning Difficulties to assist students on a 1:1 or small group basis in the classroom, while monitoring their progress and reporting to the class teacher. Your duties as an SEN Teaching Assistant:Work on a 1:1 or group basis with pupils who have Special Educational NeedsAssisting the class teacher in the classroom Assisting with playground duties at times Completion of daily records for pupils Lesson preparation for the following school day Reporting back to the classroom teacher and Parent/Guardians Benefits Randstad can offer:CV writing The option to go from long term to permanent job rolesThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the education sectorReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300What is required to be a SEN Teaching Assistant?Have experience of working with SEN children within an educational settingCurrent Enhanced DBS check or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possibleGood Numeracy and Literacy skills(Desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach / Signalong (Desired) Experience/Understanding of EHCP'sIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your CV to nico.sidhu@randstad.co.uk or call 0121 281 4303 any time! Thanks! If this job role of a SEN Teaching Assistant isn't suitable for you but you know someone that would excel then please, don't hesitate to take advantage of our £300 refer-a-friend scheme.
      • birmingham, west midlands
      • contract
      • £70 - £85 per day
      • randstad education
      SEN Teaching Assistant | Birmingham | £70 - £85 per day | Immediate start Are you a passionate SEN Teaching Assistant looking for a new role based in the Birmingham area?Are you confident engaging students and making a positive impact on their Academic development?Are you a kind, patient and nurturing person?Are you enthusiastic and good at thinking on your feet?If this sounds like you, Randstad wants to hear from you! Randstad are looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant to work in various SEN school settings based in the Birmingham area. Our client schools thrive on supporting SEN pupils to reach their full potential. The school pride themselves in providing a wonderful learning environment for both staff and students. You will be joining a team very dedicated to providing the best opportunities for the pupils. Your duties as an SEN Teaching Assistant:Work on a 1:1 or group basis with pupils who have Special Educational NeedsAssisting the class teacher in the classroom Assisting with playground duties at times Completion of daily records for pupils Lesson preparation for the following school day Reporting back to the classroom teacher and Parent/Guardians Benefits Randstad can offer:CV writing Interview preparationThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the education sectorReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300What are the requirements for an SEN Teaching Assistant?Have experience of working with SEN children within an educational settingCurrent Enhanced DBS check or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possibleGood Numeracy and Literacy skills(Desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach / Signalong (Desired) Experience/Understanding of EHCP'sIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your CV to nico.sidhu@randstad.co.uk or call 0121 281 4303 any time! Thanks! If this job role of a SEN Teaching Assistant isn't suitable for you but you know someone that would excel then please, don't hesitate to take advantage of our £300 refer-a-friend scheme.
      SEN Teaching Assistant | Birmingham | £70 - £85 per day | Immediate start Are you a passionate SEN Teaching Assistant looking for a new role based in the Birmingham area?Are you confident engaging students and making a positive impact on their Academic development?Are you a kind, patient and nurturing person?Are you enthusiastic and good at thinking on your feet?If this sounds like you, Randstad wants to hear from you! Randstad are looking for an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant to work in various SEN school settings based in the Birmingham area. Our client schools thrive on supporting SEN pupils to reach their full potential. The school pride themselves in providing a wonderful learning environment for both staff and students. You will be joining a team very dedicated to providing the best opportunities for the pupils. Your duties as an SEN Teaching Assistant:Work on a 1:1 or group basis with pupils who have Special Educational NeedsAssisting the class teacher in the classroom Assisting with playground duties at times Completion of daily records for pupils Lesson preparation for the following school day Reporting back to the classroom teacher and Parent/Guardians Benefits Randstad can offer:CV writing Interview preparationThe opportunity to make a difference to the lives of young children within the education sectorReferAFriend scheme where you could have the chance to earn £300What are the requirements for an SEN Teaching Assistant?Have experience of working with SEN children within an educational settingCurrent Enhanced DBS check or willing to undergo checksFull time availability Monday to Friday 8am to 4pmBe passionate about working with children that have SEN and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possibleGood Numeracy and Literacy skills(Desired) Experience using learning schemes such as Makaton / PECs / Team Teach / Signalong (Desired) Experience/Understanding of EHCP'sIf you are interested in applying for this role please apply with your CV to nico.sidhu@randstad.co.uk or call 0121 281 4303 any time! Thanks! If this job role of a SEN Teaching Assistant isn't suitable for you but you know someone that would excel then please, don't hesitate to take advantage of our £300 refer-a-friend scheme.
      • wimborne, south west
      • permanent
      • £9.65 - £10.40 per hour
      • randstad education
      Are you looking for a role where you are supported to progress and learn? Have you got experience working with special educational needs? Do you want to support young adults in the classroom? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Cranborne, Wimborne. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits: Career progression opportunitiesTerm time onlyAccessible Public transport links/On-site parkingWelcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsModern resources and equipmentAccess to fully funded training and qualifications All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:A desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHEligibility to work in the UKLevel 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references) Responsibilities:Providing support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved)Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their educationSupporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      Are you looking for a role where you are supported to progress and learn? Have you got experience working with special educational needs? Do you want to support young adults in the classroom? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Cranborne, Wimborne. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits: Career progression opportunitiesTerm time onlyAccessible Public transport links/On-site parkingWelcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsModern resources and equipmentAccess to fully funded training and qualifications All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:A desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHEligibility to work in the UKLevel 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references) Responsibilities:Providing support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved)Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their educationSupporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      • leatherhead, south east
      • permanent
      • £10.13 - £12.00 per hour
      • randstad education
      Do you have experience working in care or education? Are you looking for a role with fantastic training opportunities? Have you got a passion for working with young people? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Leatherhead, Surrey. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits:Welcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsCareer progression opportunitiesAccessible Public transport links/On-site parkingModern resources and equipmentAccess to fully funded training and qualificationsTerm time only All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:Level 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishEligibility to work in the UKA desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references) Responsibilities:Supporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basisProviding support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved)Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their education This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      Do you have experience working in care or education? Are you looking for a role with fantastic training opportunities? Have you got a passion for working with young people? If you answered yes then this is the opportunity for you! This is a fabulous opportunity to join an outstanding specialist school in Leatherhead, Surrey. The school is looking for an inspiring SEN Teaching Assistant to join their school or college on a full time, term time only basis. This role is needed from February 2022 on a permanent basis. This role will require you to support SEN learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis. SEN experience would be beneficial but not essential. The school is recognised for offering a sunny disposition and welcomes all with open arms. The school offers brilliant grounds, resources and spacious rooms and aims to offer all pupils a whole encompassing education. This school is a supportive environment and is happy to accept applications from candidates with practical experience. Benefits:Welcoming staff room with a ready supply of tea and biscuitsCareer progression opportunitiesAccessible Public transport links/On-site parkingModern resources and equipmentAccess to fully funded training and qualificationsTerm time only All applicants for this position must have the following requirements to be considered:Level 2 or equivalent in maths and EnglishEligibility to work in the UKA desire to learn about complex needs and SEMHRelevant childcare experience (Must be able to provide references) Responsibilities:Supporting learners on a 1:1, small group and whole class basisProviding support with medical needs where required (no personal care involved)Encouraging learners to access all opportunities and gain the most from their education This role is open to receiving applications over the next two weeks. Within a week of the closing date, appropriate applicants will begin a three-stage interview process, after which shortlisted candidates will be invited to attend the final stage of the interview process with appropriate school leadership. If you want to know more about this fabulous opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now!
      • cranleigh, south east
      • permanent
      • £19,398 - £20,398, per year, £1000 Joining Bonus
      • randstad education
      Worked in teaching or care previously?Experienced working with individuals with SEN?Interested in autism and passionate about making a difference? We are looking for patient and caring individuals to join our team at as a Learning Support Worker. You will be working individually and within small groups with autistic learners aged 18 and over,supporting their development of knowledge and skills that will enhance their wellbeing, independence and social inclusion, making significant differences to their lives. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our learners. You will work in our Centre for Lifelong Learning as well as accompanying our adult learners in the community, putting their learning to practice.Total Pay: £20,398 per annum FTE (which includes a market supplement of £1,502) and an additional £1,000 bonus upon joiningHours: 37.5 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm (Part-time working is also available - 3 or 4 full days per week)Annual Leave: 23 days paid holiday plus bank holidays What does a Learning Support Worker do?Provide support, care and teaching to autistic adult learners'Plan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities supporting the development of knowledge and skillsProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging and enabling adult learners to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene, including toileting, dressing and washingSupport adult learners' participation in social, leisure and educational activities within the local community, applying theory-based learning to practiceSupport adult learners to access work experience and employment opportunitiesTrack adult learners progress, ensuring support, care and teaching is appropriate and effectiveWhats in it for you?Competitive pay and a £1,000 bonus upon startingPay progression on completion of 3 month probation to £21,844Sociable hours (Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm) with no evening, weekend or sleep ins requiredPart time working available (3 or 4 full days per week)23 days holiday (3 more than standard) plus bank holidaysLots of career advancement opportunities and regular salary progression within a short space of timeExtensive training including first aid, safeguarding, emergency medication and much moreOpportunities to gain funded and recognised qualifications including Care Certificate and RQF level 3 in adult social careOpportunities to gain further work independently with our learners outside of your standard working daySupportive colleagues and managementWhat do you need?Driving licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with adults or young people with disabilitiesComfortable working with adults who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsBenefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sectorContinuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      Worked in teaching or care previously?Experienced working with individuals with SEN?Interested in autism and passionate about making a difference? We are looking for patient and caring individuals to join our team at as a Learning Support Worker. You will be working individually and within small groups with autistic learners aged 18 and over,supporting their development of knowledge and skills that will enhance their wellbeing, independence and social inclusion, making significant differences to their lives. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our learners. You will work in our Centre for Lifelong Learning as well as accompanying our adult learners in the community, putting their learning to practice.Total Pay: £20,398 per annum FTE (which includes a market supplement of £1,502) and an additional £1,000 bonus upon joiningHours: 37.5 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm (Part-time working is also available - 3 or 4 full days per week)Annual Leave: 23 days paid holiday plus bank holidays What does a Learning Support Worker do?Provide support, care and teaching to autistic adult learners'Plan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities supporting the development of knowledge and skillsProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging and enabling adult learners to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene, including toileting, dressing and washingSupport adult learners' participation in social, leisure and educational activities within the local community, applying theory-based learning to practiceSupport adult learners to access work experience and employment opportunitiesTrack adult learners progress, ensuring support, care and teaching is appropriate and effectiveWhats in it for you?Competitive pay and a £1,000 bonus upon startingPay progression on completion of 3 month probation to £21,844Sociable hours (Monday - Friday, 9am-5pm) with no evening, weekend or sleep ins requiredPart time working available (3 or 4 full days per week)23 days holiday (3 more than standard) plus bank holidaysLots of career advancement opportunities and regular salary progression within a short space of timeExtensive training including first aid, safeguarding, emergency medication and much moreOpportunities to gain funded and recognised qualifications including Care Certificate and RQF level 3 in adult social careOpportunities to gain further work independently with our learners outside of your standard working daySupportive colleagues and managementWhat do you need?Driving licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with adults or young people with disabilitiesComfortable working with adults who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsBenefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sectorContinuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      • guildford, south east
      • permanent
      • £17,652 - £18,626, per year, £1000 Joining Bonus
      • randstad education
      Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? Are you keen to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining. Calling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development.Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidays Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack time What do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)What we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? Are you keen to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining. Calling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development.Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidays Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack time What do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)What we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      • gatwick, south east
      • permanent
      • randstad education
      Are you looking to take on a rewarding role that will make an incredible impact on the lives of children and young people with Special Educational Needs?Do you have the passion and desire to learn and empower others? Do you want to gain more experience working on a one to one or small group basis? Does this sound like you? This excellent opportunity has become available for a Teaching Assistant, with flexible full-time and part-time working available, based near Crawley, West Sussex. This fantastic School has exciting opportunities for positive and resilient individuals to work with pupils of varying ages and abilities. You will have the chance to play a significant role in the daily care and development of each child, while also developing your own career with personal growth opportunities. We will offer youOpportunity to work with ages across 11-18 and varying abilitiesFlexibility when agreeing hours to work around your personal commitmentsOpportunity to gain funded training and qualifications whilst working (in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management to name a few)Free uniform and DBS checkEnrolment onto our pension schemeStaff wellbeing support and facilitiesSupport to progress your career into our teaching team if desiredThis role involvesSupporting morning and lunch break dutiesAssisting educational trips from horse-riding to swimmingPreparing materials for lessons and pupil programmesSupporting academic progress, working alongside our teaching teamOur Class Support Assistants need to bePositive, enthusiastic and funHappy to lend a hand wherever neededCaring and nurturingComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care (toileting, feeding)Resilient when faced with challenging behaviourAble to reach us (a driver's licence or access to a lift is necessary due to our remote location)Formal experience is not essential as we are committed to staff development and will help you to develop skills and expertise you needBenefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      Are you looking to take on a rewarding role that will make an incredible impact on the lives of children and young people with Special Educational Needs?Do you have the passion and desire to learn and empower others? Do you want to gain more experience working on a one to one or small group basis? Does this sound like you? This excellent opportunity has become available for a Teaching Assistant, with flexible full-time and part-time working available, based near Crawley, West Sussex. This fantastic School has exciting opportunities for positive and resilient individuals to work with pupils of varying ages and abilities. You will have the chance to play a significant role in the daily care and development of each child, while also developing your own career with personal growth opportunities. We will offer youOpportunity to work with ages across 11-18 and varying abilitiesFlexibility when agreeing hours to work around your personal commitmentsOpportunity to gain funded training and qualifications whilst working (in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management to name a few)Free uniform and DBS checkEnrolment onto our pension schemeStaff wellbeing support and facilitiesSupport to progress your career into our teaching team if desiredThis role involvesSupporting morning and lunch break dutiesAssisting educational trips from horse-riding to swimmingPreparing materials for lessons and pupil programmesSupporting academic progress, working alongside our teaching teamOur Class Support Assistants need to bePositive, enthusiastic and funHappy to lend a hand wherever neededCaring and nurturingComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care (toileting, feeding)Resilient when faced with challenging behaviourAble to reach us (a driver's licence or access to a lift is necessary due to our remote location)Formal experience is not essential as we are committed to staff development and will help you to develop skills and expertise you needBenefits for working with Randstad:Dedicated consultants 24/7 (we are on call) with experience working in the education sector Continuous support and guidance throughout your whole journey to help you reach your goalSalary negotiation supportMarket adviceMatching you with the job opportunity that you are looking forExclusive jobsAdvice and feedback on your current CV from education professionals If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.ukIf this isn't the right role for you, we have an array of positions in Sussex and Surrey which may also be of interest to you. If you know someone who would be interested, please pass along their contact details!Randstad Education maintains the highest standard of child safety and compliance when placing candidates into schools. Any successful candidates will be subject to our compliance, and enhanced DBS check.
      • liverpool, north west
      • contract
      • £70 - £80 per day
      • randstad education
      Can you adapt to your environment easily? Do you crave the feel-good factor that comes with caring for others? How do you like to step outside your comfort zone?The School An evolving enthusiastic and charismatic team of people at an SEN school in Knowsley seek a TA to join them. This school has some great facilities for you to use to your advantage, helping the learners to stay engaged and build independence.Your responsibilities Accompanying learners on educational visits Physically assisting with activities such as swimming and PEDelivering 1:1 and group sessions to specific needs students, Providing all aspects of personal care to students aged 3 - 19ExperiencePrevious experience in a mainstream or special education contextAn awareness of the importance of safeguardingHigh energy and a can-do attitude Charisma, confidence and a good sense of humourThe Benefits Randstad will offer you very competitive rates of pay, a dedicated consultant who will listen and work with your preferences, local work within a 10 mile radius from your home, and also £300 worth of Love2Shop vouchers if you refer a friend to us.Our office is open from 7am - 6pm Monday to Friday, with a consultant on call each evening and across the weekend who will be able to assist you with your enquiry. What Next?To discuss in more detail, please contact Neil McFadden at the Liverpool office or click "Apply Now"!About us…If you join Randstad Education you will have a dedicated consultant who will listen and work with your preferences and needs, opportunities to work within your local area and free accredited career & professional development training, whilst building excellent teaching experience! As I am the dedicated SEN Specialist here at Randstad Education, I work closely with the majority of SEN Schools within Warrington, Halton and South Liverpool; supporting over 70 Teachers & TA's with their search for short term, long term and permanent job opportunities. I am extremely passionate about what I do and ensure to provide a professional and friendly approach to both my clients and candidates at all times. I strongly believe there is a job for everyone, therefore I work extremely hard and spend a lot of time ensuring the best possible match will be made between the school and the candidate.
      Can you adapt to your environment easily? Do you crave the feel-good factor that comes with caring for others? How do you like to step outside your comfort zone?The School An evolving enthusiastic and charismatic team of people at an SEN school in Knowsley seek a TA to join them. This school has some great facilities for you to use to your advantage, helping the learners to stay engaged and build independence.Your responsibilities Accompanying learners on educational visits Physically assisting with activities such as swimming and PEDelivering 1:1 and group sessions to specific needs students, Providing all aspects of personal care to students aged 3 - 19ExperiencePrevious experience in a mainstream or special education contextAn awareness of the importance of safeguardingHigh energy and a can-do attitude Charisma, confidence and a good sense of humourThe Benefits Randstad will offer you very competitive rates of pay, a dedicated consultant who will listen and work with your preferences, local work within a 10 mile radius from your home, and also £300 worth of Love2Shop vouchers if you refer a friend to us.Our office is open from 7am - 6pm Monday to Friday, with a consultant on call each evening and across the weekend who will be able to assist you with your enquiry. What Next?To discuss in more detail, please contact Neil McFadden at the Liverpool office or click "Apply Now"!About us…If you join Randstad Education you will have a dedicated consultant who will listen and work with your preferences and needs, opportunities to work within your local area and free accredited career & professional development training, whilst building excellent teaching experience! As I am the dedicated SEN Specialist here at Randstad Education, I work closely with the majority of SEN Schools within Warrington, Halton and South Liverpool; supporting over 70 Teachers & TA's with their search for short term, long term and permanent job opportunities. I am extremely passionate about what I do and ensure to provide a professional and friendly approach to both my clients and candidates at all times. I strongly believe there is a job for everyone, therefore I work extremely hard and spend a lot of time ensuring the best possible match will be made between the school and the candidate.
      • salford, north west
      • contract
      • £70 - £90 per day
      • randstad education
      DBS on the update service?Or maybe you have a background in youth work, care or mentoring?Do you want to use your skills and experience in a specialist alternative provision with children who have additional needs, while working alongside an experienced staff team who will support and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you to work independently? Would you like a new challenge which is extremely rewarding? We are looking for a small number of SEN / SEMH Teaching Assistants and Behaviour Mentors ready to start the new term off with an incredible team in an alternative provision in the Salford Area. 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 learningAs a PRU Teaching Assistant and valued employee you will receive:Excellent daily rates paid weeklyFull compliance with AWR (Agency Workers 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. 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 aid your development in the SEN sector. If you are interested in this role, or if you have any questions feel free to contact Dave on 0161 200 1904 or email at david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
      DBS on the update service?Or maybe you have a background in youth work, care or mentoring?Do you want to use your skills and experience in a specialist alternative provision with children who have additional needs, while working alongside an experienced staff team who will support and guide you within the classroom setting with the aim to enable you to work independently? Would you like a new challenge which is extremely rewarding? We are looking for a small number of SEN / SEMH Teaching Assistants and Behaviour Mentors ready to start the new term off with an incredible team in an alternative provision in the Salford Area. 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 learningAs a PRU Teaching Assistant and valued employee you will receive:Excellent daily rates paid weeklyFull compliance with AWR (Agency Workers 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. 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 aid your development in the SEN sector. If you are interested in this role, or if you have any questions feel free to contact Dave on 0161 200 1904 or email at david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
      • birkenhead, north west
      • contract
      • £65 - £75 per day
      • randstad education
      Do you have a drive to make a difference?Do you have a good knowledge of safeguarding children and young people?Have you got experience of how a range of factors can inhibit a pupils' ability to learn?If so, then this SEN teaching assistant role could be for you! We are looking for enthusiastic special educational needs teaching assistants (SEN TA) to work with children that have SEMH needs to start a long term position in September. Benefits £65-£75 per dayA welcoming team that will make you feel supported throughout your roleA 'Recommend a Friend' bonus up to £300A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility RequirementsExperience working with children, preferably those with additional needs Be comfortable managing children with SEMH needsEnhanced DBS on the update service (or willingness to get one) Strong work ethic Able to adapt to the different needs of each child Contact details for 2 references ResponsibilitiesEnsuring pupils stay on task by managing disruptive behaviourProviding support to children on a 1 to 1 basis or in a group setting Doing interventions in small groups Assisting the teacher in planning engaging lessons for the class in line with school policiesLiaising with the class teacher and parents to provide the best supportFollowing an individual behavioural plan Proving long term solutions to challenging behaviour Qualifications are not essential but would be desirable. If this sounds like something that would interest you please don't hesitate to contact me by emailing your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk or feel free to contact me directly on 0161 200 1930 for further information. Does this role not sound like the right fit for you? We work with a range of schools with a wide variety of roles so please email your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I look forward to hearing from you!
      Do you have a drive to make a difference?Do you have a good knowledge of safeguarding children and young people?Have you got experience of how a range of factors can inhibit a pupils' ability to learn?If so, then this SEN teaching assistant role could be for you! We are looking for enthusiastic special educational needs teaching assistants (SEN TA) to work with children that have SEMH needs to start a long term position in September. Benefits £65-£75 per dayA welcoming team that will make you feel supported throughout your roleA 'Recommend a Friend' bonus up to £300A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility RequirementsExperience working with children, preferably those with additional needs Be comfortable managing children with SEMH needsEnhanced DBS on the update service (or willingness to get one) Strong work ethic Able to adapt to the different needs of each child Contact details for 2 references ResponsibilitiesEnsuring pupils stay on task by managing disruptive behaviourProviding support to children on a 1 to 1 basis or in a group setting Doing interventions in small groups Assisting the teacher in planning engaging lessons for the class in line with school policiesLiaising with the class teacher and parents to provide the best supportFollowing an individual behavioural plan Proving long term solutions to challenging behaviour Qualifications are not essential but would be desirable. If this sounds like something that would interest you please don't hesitate to contact me by emailing your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk or feel free to contact me directly on 0161 200 1930 for further information. Does this role not sound like the right fit for you? We work with a range of schools with a wide variety of roles so please email your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I look forward to hearing from you!
      • cranleigh, south east
      • permanent
      • £17,626 - £18,626, per year, £1000 Joining Bonus
      • randstad education
      Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? Are you keen to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? Would you like access to numerous funded training and qualification opportunities? Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining.Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidaysCalling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development. What do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack timeWhat we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      Do you have the enthusiasm to embrace opportunities and help people follow their dreams? Are you keen to develop your understanding of scientific, evidence-based, behaviour analysis? Would you like access to numerous funded training and qualification opportunities? Salary: £18,626 per annum plus regular salary progression based on completion of training. You will also receive a £1,000 bonus upon joining.Hours: 34.75 hours per week - Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30 pm (Tuesday till 5.30pm for staff meetings and training)Holiday: 9 weeks paid school holidaysCalling all Teaching, Learning Support Assistants and Nursery Workers. Randstad have opportunities available for enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join a well established teaching team at a specialist day school graded 'Outstanding' by Ofsted for autistic children aged 4-19. Access a wide range of funded training and qualification opportunities in SEN education whilst gaining a breadth of experience with children of varying ages and abilities. We use behaviour driven teaching strategies and interventions to encourage positive outcomes and development of our pupils. Working within small classes individually and in groups, you will design, plan and deliver teaching sessions to encourage pupils learning and progression as well as improve their social and emotional development. What do you need?Professional, personal or voluntary experience of working with children and disabilitiesMinimum Grade C/4 GCSE in English Language & Maths or equivalentComfortable working with children who exhibit challenging behaviourComfortable supporting others with personal/intimate care where requiredAbility to keep calm in high pressure situationsDrivers licence or access to a lift (due to remote location)Teaching Team ResponsibilitiesProvide teaching and support to pupils with autism, following individualised curriculumsPlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing largely on life skillsSupport pupils' participation in trips, applying theory-based learning to practiceProvide behaviourally based support to reduce behaviours that impact quality of lifeProvide personal care, encouraging pupils to maintain acceptable levels of hygiene (toileting, feeding)Monitor pupil progress, ensuring teaching is appropriate and effective for pupil needsAssist with breaktime duties including playground support and snack timeWhat we can offer you£1,000 bonus upon joiningRegular salary progression with opportunities to increase as soon as 6 months from joiningCareer advancement opportunities to senior roles including Lead Teacher and Class SupervisorAdditional opportunities to broaden your skills including Mental Health First Aider, School Council Representative and Pupil Behaviour SupportOpportunity to work alongside our in-house team of Occupational and Speech & Language TherapistsStaff wellbeing and support facilitiesEnrolment into our pension schemeTerm time only workingHave you heard about our funded training and qualifications opportunities?Regular training in Safeguarding, Emergency Medication, Behaviour Management, Personal Care, Autism, First Aid and moreAccess to a wide range of Education & Childcare courses including RQF CACHE Level 2, 3 & 4 in Early Years, Learning Difficulties and Teaching & LearningBehaviour specific qualifications including Teaching Ranks, Registered Behaviour Technician (RBT), Board Certified Behaviour Analysis certification (BCBA) and Masters in Behaviour AnalysisWhatever your interest, we have something for you to help build a career in SEN education!
      • lingfield, south east
      • permanent
      • £18,000 - £20,000 per year
      • randstad education
      Are you looking for a role that will leave you feeling rewarded at the end of the day?Can you ensure that there is a positive learning environment for the children to excel in?Do you have the passion and desire to learn and empower others? Trainee Tutor: Full Time, 38.25 hours per week, 42 weeks a yearWe are a small, specialist independent school on the outskirts of East Grinstead in West Sussex, catering for pupils on the autistic spectrum aged 4 - 19.A dedicated and skilled staff team ensures that the children and young people in our care have the very best educational experience. Our holistic and individualised ABA approach creates a safe environment for students and enables them to make outstanding progress.Our curriculum provides pupils with enriching and real life experiences in which to practice their daily living skills and prepare them for the next stage of their life. Hours: Monday to Friday 8.45am to 5.00pm, 4:30 finish on Fridays Direct Supervisor: Class Leader and Teacher in Charge School year: Approx. 42 weeks a year across three terms. Educational Provision Conducting individualised teaching sessions with pupils assigned to you on a daily basis To collect and record data on the programmes delivered as instructed by the Class Leader or Lead Tutor. To participate and help instruct pupils within extra-curricular activities during the school day.  To work towards full time 1:1 teaching. To work towards keyworker responsibilities. To supervise indoor/outdoor playtime and lunch for all pupils on a rota basis. To contribute to the production, organisation and maintenance of appropriate curricular and teaching materials. To participate in staff meetings and training. To provide personal care when required (e.g. toileting, nappy changing and feeding) for pupils within the school. To work as part of a classroom team providing behaviourally based instruction to children with autism and related communication disorders To undertake other duties as appropriate. Safeguarding and Welfare Ensure welfare concerns are reported accurately to the DSL though the school POD To be aware of and follow risk assessments, behaviour plans and specific teaching strategies for any pupils being supported/taught. To understand and actively implement all school policies in particular on curricular, Health & Safety, Child Protection and Managing Behaviours. Communication and Record Keeping To work towards contributing to home/school liaison and written reports for key child To regularly upload Earwig with evidence of pupil's progress To actively participate in team meetings and contribute ideas for pupil learning Professional Development To actively engage throughout the probationary period outlined below ensuring that competencies and targets are met within the agreed time scale. Following induction training which includes Child Protection, Fire Safety and Health & Safety training, new staff members will begin to undertake teaching duties in the classroom. The probationary period will provide the following support and supervision: Throughout the probationary period Trainee Tutors will be monitored and provided with regular and on-going feedback regarding performance and progress. Specific targets will be set according to areas that have been identified for development. Progress against these targets will be measured at regular intervals by Class Leaders/Lead Tutors. During the first two weeks, Trainee Tutors will receive two or three overlaps with either their Class leader or Lead Tutor in the class. These are opportunities for the staff team to explain and demonstrate specific aspects of a pupil's programme, teaching procedures or behaviour management plan as well as to observe the Trainee Tutor teaching, provide appropriate feedback and respond to any questions. Over the next four weeks, Trainee Tutors can expect to have at least one overlap a week, with their Class Leader or Lead Tutor. At this stage, Trainee Tutors will be expected to concentrate on getting to know the individual pupils and implementing the basic principles of ABA in their teaching, i.e. using reinforcement and prompting effectively and creating opportunities for language. At the end of the second month, Trainee Tutors will meet with their Class Leaders for a review of their progress. The purpose of this is to find out how the Trainee Tutor is finding the job, identify areas they may require help with and decide on a small number of objectives for them to focus on over the following two months. Over the next two months, Trainee Tutors will work 1:1 with the pupils as per the class rota. They will be expected to become more proficient with the basic teaching procedures at this stage and start to implement the full range of teaching targets. At the end of the fourth month, the Trainee tutors will have another meeting with the Class Leader. The purpose of this will be to review and revise previous objectives, offer support or further training where needed and provide feedback on the Trainee Tutors' progress so far. It is also a good opportunity for Trainee Tutors to talk about aspects they may be finding more difficult, so that additional support can be provided. At the end of six months, the Trainee Tutor will have a formal appraisal with his/her Class Leader. Objectives will again be reviewed and, provided the Trainee Tutor has met the teaching and professional standards required he/she will receive confirmation that he/she has successfully completed his/her probationary period. During the period of employment, to undertake appropriate professional development on a range of relevant issues as agreed by senior staffStaff will be trained in and required to apply techniques of positive handling for pupils engaging in challenging behaviour. These include such reactive strategies such as guiding, escorting and holding in standing, sitting and kneeling positions to ensure staff and pupil safety. In addition, tutors will be expected to follow proactive strategies to prevent risk and use of restraint in the future.Each pupil has an Individual Behaviour Plan which identifies his/her behaviours being targeted and strategies for dealing with these. Staff will be required to read and follow such plans.Staff will be required to engage in regular physical activities with pupils. These will be activities as identified on their Individual Education Plans, according to daily timetables, set by the Occupational Therapist or that are curriculum based. These include but are not limited to swimming, horse riding, running and trampolining.The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
      Are you looking for a role that will leave you feeling rewarded at the end of the day?Can you ensure that there is a positive learning environment for the children to excel in?Do you have the passion and desire to learn and empower others? Trainee Tutor: Full Time, 38.25 hours per week, 42 weeks a yearWe are a small, specialist independent school on the outskirts of East Grinstead in West Sussex, catering for pupils on the autistic spectrum aged 4 - 19.A dedicated and skilled staff team ensures that the children and young people in our care have the very best educational experience. Our holistic and individualised ABA approach creates a safe environment for students and enables them to make outstanding progress.Our curriculum provides pupils with enriching and real life experiences in which to practice their daily living skills and prepare them for the next stage of their life. Hours: Monday to Friday 8.45am to 5.00pm, 4:30 finish on Fridays Direct Supervisor: Class Leader and Teacher in Charge School year: Approx. 42 weeks a year across three terms. Educational Provision Conducting individualised teaching sessions with pupils assigned to you on a daily basis To collect and record data on the programmes delivered as instructed by the Class Leader or Lead Tutor. To participate and help instruct pupils within extra-curricular activities during the school day.  To work towards full time 1:1 teaching. To work towards keyworker responsibilities. To supervise indoor/outdoor playtime and lunch for all pupils on a rota basis. To contribute to the production, organisation and maintenance of appropriate curricular and teaching materials. To participate in staff meetings and training. To provide personal care when required (e.g. toileting, nappy changing and feeding) for pupils within the school. To work as part of a classroom team providing behaviourally based instruction to children with autism and related communication disorders To undertake other duties as appropriate. Safeguarding and Welfare Ensure welfare concerns are reported accurately to the DSL though the school POD To be aware of and follow risk assessments, behaviour plans and specific teaching strategies for any pupils being supported/taught. To understand and actively implement all school policies in particular on curricular, Health & Safety, Child Protection and Managing Behaviours. Communication and Record Keeping To work towards contributing to home/school liaison and written reports for key child To regularly upload Earwig with evidence of pupil's progress To actively participate in team meetings and contribute ideas for pupil learning Professional Development To actively engage throughout the probationary period outlined below ensuring that competencies and targets are met within the agreed time scale. Following induction training which includes Child Protection, Fire Safety and Health & Safety training, new staff members will begin to undertake teaching duties in the classroom. The probationary period will provide the following support and supervision: Throughout the probationary period Trainee Tutors will be monitored and provided with regular and on-going feedback regarding performance and progress. Specific targets will be set according to areas that have been identified for development. Progress against these targets will be measured at regular intervals by Class Leaders/Lead Tutors. During the first two weeks, Trainee Tutors will receive two or three overlaps with either their Class leader or Lead Tutor in the class. These are opportunities for the staff team to explain and demonstrate specific aspects of a pupil's programme, teaching procedures or behaviour management plan as well as to observe the Trainee Tutor teaching, provide appropriate feedback and respond to any questions. Over the next four weeks, Trainee Tutors can expect to have at least one overlap a week, with their Class Leader or Lead Tutor. At this stage, Trainee Tutors will be expected to concentrate on getting to know the individual pupils and implementing the basic principles of ABA in their teaching, i.e. using reinforcement and prompting effectively and creating opportunities for language. At the end of the second month, Trainee Tutors will meet with their Class Leaders for a review of their progress. The purpose of this is to find out how the Trainee Tutor is finding the job, identify areas they may require help with and decide on a small number of objectives for them to focus on over the following two months. Over the next two months, Trainee Tutors will work 1:1 with the pupils as per the class rota. They will be expected to become more proficient with the basic teaching procedures at this stage and start to implement the full range of teaching targets. At the end of the fourth month, the Trainee tutors will have another meeting with the Class Leader. The purpose of this will be to review and revise previous objectives, offer support or further training where needed and provide feedback on the Trainee Tutors' progress so far. It is also a good opportunity for Trainee Tutors to talk about aspects they may be finding more difficult, so that additional support can be provided. At the end of six months, the Trainee Tutor will have a formal appraisal with his/her Class Leader. Objectives will again be reviewed and, provided the Trainee Tutor has met the teaching and professional standards required he/she will receive confirmation that he/she has successfully completed his/her probationary period. During the period of employment, to undertake appropriate professional development on a range of relevant issues as agreed by senior staffStaff will be trained in and required to apply techniques of positive handling for pupils engaging in challenging behaviour. These include such reactive strategies such as guiding, escorting and holding in standing, sitting and kneeling positions to ensure staff and pupil safety. In addition, tutors will be expected to follow proactive strategies to prevent risk and use of restraint in the future.Each pupil has an Individual Behaviour Plan which identifies his/her behaviours being targeted and strategies for dealing with these. Staff will be required to read and follow such plans.Staff will be required to engage in regular physical activities with pupils. These will be activities as identified on their Individual Education Plans, according to daily timetables, set by the Occupational Therapist or that are curriculum based. These include but are not limited to swimming, horse riding, running and trampolining.The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
      • east grinstead, south east
      • permanent
      • £18,000 - £20,000 per year
      • randstad education
      Are you passionate about supporting pupils with special educational needs (SEN)?Do you have the passion and desire to learn and empower others? Keen to hear more details about this rewarding and exciting role? Trainee Tutor: Full Time, 38.25 hours per week, 42 weeks a yearWe are a small, specialist independent school on the outskirts of East Grinstead in West Sussex, catering for pupils on the autistic spectrum aged 4 - 19.A dedicated and skilled staff team ensures that the children and young people in our care have the very best educational experience. Our holistic and individualised ABA approach creates a safe environment for students and enables them to make outstanding progress.Our curriculum provides pupils with enriching and real life experiences in which to practice their daily living skills and prepare them for the next stage of their life. Hours: Monday to Friday 8.45am to 5.00pm, 4:30 finish on Fridays Direct Supervisor: Class Leader and Teacher in Charge School year: Approx. 42 weeks a year across three terms. Educational Provision  Conducting individualised teaching sessions with pupils assigned to you on a daily basis  To collect and record data on the programmes delivered as instructed by the Class Leader or Lead Tutor.  To participate and help instruct pupils within extra-curricular activities during the school day.  To work towards full time 1:1 teaching.  To work towards keyworker responsibilities.  To supervise indoor/outdoor playtime and lunch for all pupils on a rota basis.  To contribute to the production, organisation and maintenance of appropriate curricular and teaching materials.  To participate in staff meetings and training.  To provide personal care when required (e.g. toileting, nappy changing and feeding) for pupils within the school.  To work as part of a classroom team providing behaviourally based instruction to children with autism and related communication disorders  To undertake other duties as appropriate. Safeguarding and Welfare  Ensure welfare concerns are reported accurately to the DSL though the school POD  To be aware of and follow risk assessments, behaviour plans and specific teaching strategies for any pupils being supported/taught.  To understand and actively implement all school policies in particular on curricular, Health & Safety, Child Protection and Managing Behaviours. Communication and Record Keeping  To work towards contributing to home/school liaison and written reports for key child  To regularly upload Earwig with evidence of pupil's progress  To actively participate in team meetings and contribute ideas for pupil learning Professional Development  To actively engage throughout the probationary period outlined below ensuring that competencies and targets are met within the agreed time scale. Following induction training which includes Child Protection, Fire Safety and Health & Safety training, new staff members will begin to undertake teaching duties in the classroom. The probationary period will provide the following support and supervision:  Throughout the probationary period Trainee Tutors will be monitored and provided with regular and on-going feedback regarding performance and progress. Specific targets will be set according to areas that have been identified for development. Progress against these targets will be measured at regular intervals by Class Leaders/Lead Tutors.  During the first two weeks, Trainee Tutors will receive two or three overlaps with either their Class leader or Lead Tutor in the class. These are opportunities for the staff team to explain and demonstrate specific aspects of a pupil's programme, teaching procedures or behaviour management plan as well as to observe the Trainee Tutor teaching, provide appropriate feedback and respond to any questions.  Over the next four weeks, Trainee Tutors can expect to have at least one overlap a week, with their Class Leader or Lead Tutor.  At this stage, Trainee Tutors will be expected to concentrate on getting to know the individual pupils and implementing the basic principles of ABA in their teaching, i.e. using reinforcement and prompting effectively and creating opportunities for language.  At the end of the second month, Trainee Tutors will meet with their Class Leaders for a review of their progress. The purpose of this is to find out how the Trainee Tutor is finding the job, identify areas they may require help with and decide on a small number of objectives for them to focus on over the following two months.  Over the next two months, Trainee Tutors will work 1:1 with the pupils as per the class rota. They will be expected to become more proficient with the basic teaching procedures at this stage and start to implement the full range of teaching targets.  At the end of the fourth month, the Trainee tutors will have another meeting with the Class Leader. The purpose of this will be to review and revise previous objectives, offer support or further training where needed and provide feedback on the Trainee Tutors' progress so far. It is also a good opportunity for Trainee Tutors to talk about aspects they may be finding more difficult, so that additional support can be provided.  At the end of six months, the Trainee Tutor will have a formal appraisal with his/her Class Leader. Objectives will again be reviewed and, provided the Trainee Tutor has met the teaching and professional standards required he/she will receive confirmation that he/she has successfully completed his/her probationary period.  During the period of employment, to undertake appropriate professional development on a range of relevant issues as agreed by senior staff Staff will be trained in and required to apply techniques of positive handling for pupils engaging in challenging behaviour. These include such reactive strategies such as guiding, escorting and holding in standing, sitting and kneeling positions to ensure staff and pupil safety. In addition, tutors will be expected to follow proactive strategies to prevent risk and use of restraint in the future. Each pupil has an Individual Behaviour Plan which identifies his/her behaviours being targeted and strategies for dealing with these. Staff will be required to read and follow such plans. Staff will be required to engage in regular physical activities with pupils. These will be activities as identified on their Individual Education Plans, according to daily timetables, set by the Occupational Therapist or that are curriculum based. These include but are not limited to swimming, horse riding, running and trampolining. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
      Are you passionate about supporting pupils with special educational needs (SEN)?Do you have the passion and desire to learn and empower others? Keen to hear more details about this rewarding and exciting role? Trainee Tutor: Full Time, 38.25 hours per week, 42 weeks a yearWe are a small, specialist independent school on the outskirts of East Grinstead in West Sussex, catering for pupils on the autistic spectrum aged 4 - 19.A dedicated and skilled staff team ensures that the children and young people in our care have the very best educational experience. Our holistic and individualised ABA approach creates a safe environment for students and enables them to make outstanding progress.Our curriculum provides pupils with enriching and real life experiences in which to practice their daily living skills and prepare them for the next stage of their life. Hours: Monday to Friday 8.45am to 5.00pm, 4:30 finish on Fridays Direct Supervisor: Class Leader and Teacher in Charge School year: Approx. 42 weeks a year across three terms. Educational Provision  Conducting individualised teaching sessions with pupils assigned to you on a daily basis  To collect and record data on the programmes delivered as instructed by the Class Leader or Lead Tutor.  To participate and help instruct pupils within extra-curricular activities during the school day.  To work towards full time 1:1 teaching.  To work towards keyworker responsibilities.  To supervise indoor/outdoor playtime and lunch for all pupils on a rota basis.  To contribute to the production, organisation and maintenance of appropriate curricular and teaching materials.  To participate in staff meetings and training.  To provide personal care when required (e.g. toileting, nappy changing and feeding) for pupils within the school.  To work as part of a classroom team providing behaviourally based instruction to children with autism and related communication disorders  To undertake other duties as appropriate. Safeguarding and Welfare  Ensure welfare concerns are reported accurately to the DSL though the school POD  To be aware of and follow risk assessments, behaviour plans and specific teaching strategies for any pupils being supported/taught.  To understand and actively implement all school policies in particular on curricular, Health & Safety, Child Protection and Managing Behaviours. Communication and Record Keeping  To work towards contributing to home/school liaison and written reports for key child  To regularly upload Earwig with evidence of pupil's progress  To actively participate in team meetings and contribute ideas for pupil learning Professional Development  To actively engage throughout the probationary period outlined below ensuring that competencies and targets are met within the agreed time scale. Following induction training which includes Child Protection, Fire Safety and Health & Safety training, new staff members will begin to undertake teaching duties in the classroom. The probationary period will provide the following support and supervision:  Throughout the probationary period Trainee Tutors will be monitored and provided with regular and on-going feedback regarding performance and progress. Specific targets will be set according to areas that have been identified for development. Progress against these targets will be measured at regular intervals by Class Leaders/Lead Tutors.  During the first two weeks, Trainee Tutors will receive two or three overlaps with either their Class leader or Lead Tutor in the class. These are opportunities for the staff team to explain and demonstrate specific aspects of a pupil's programme, teaching procedures or behaviour management plan as well as to observe the Trainee Tutor teaching, provide appropriate feedback and respond to any questions.  Over the next four weeks, Trainee Tutors can expect to have at least one overlap a week, with their Class Leader or Lead Tutor.  At this stage, Trainee Tutors will be expected to concentrate on getting to know the individual pupils and implementing the basic principles of ABA in their teaching, i.e. using reinforcement and prompting effectively and creating opportunities for language.  At the end of the second month, Trainee Tutors will meet with their Class Leaders for a review of their progress. The purpose of this is to find out how the Trainee Tutor is finding the job, identify areas they may require help with and decide on a small number of objectives for them to focus on over the following two months.  Over the next two months, Trainee Tutors will work 1:1 with the pupils as per the class rota. They will be expected to become more proficient with the basic teaching procedures at this stage and start to implement the full range of teaching targets.  At the end of the fourth month, the Trainee tutors will have another meeting with the Class Leader. The purpose of this will be to review and revise previous objectives, offer support or further training where needed and provide feedback on the Trainee Tutors' progress so far. It is also a good opportunity for Trainee Tutors to talk about aspects they may be finding more difficult, so that additional support can be provided.  At the end of six months, the Trainee Tutor will have a formal appraisal with his/her Class Leader. Objectives will again be reviewed and, provided the Trainee Tutor has met the teaching and professional standards required he/she will receive confirmation that he/she has successfully completed his/her probationary period.  During the period of employment, to undertake appropriate professional development on a range of relevant issues as agreed by senior staff Staff will be trained in and required to apply techniques of positive handling for pupils engaging in challenging behaviour. These include such reactive strategies such as guiding, escorting and holding in standing, sitting and kneeling positions to ensure staff and pupil safety. In addition, tutors will be expected to follow proactive strategies to prevent risk and use of restraint in the future. Each pupil has an Individual Behaviour Plan which identifies his/her behaviours being targeted and strategies for dealing with these. Staff will be required to read and follow such plans. Staff will be required to engage in regular physical activities with pupils. These will be activities as identified on their Individual Education Plans, according to daily timetables, set by the Occupational Therapist or that are curriculum based. These include but are not limited to swimming, horse riding, running and trampolining. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of pupils and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
      • liverpool, north west
      • contract
      • £65 - £75 per day
      • randstad education
      Have you recently graduated with a degree in psychology and have a passion for working with children that have additional needs?Can you work under your own initiative?Can you start as soon as possible?If so, then this SEN teaching assistant role could be for you! We are looking for enthusiastic special educational needs teaching assistants (SEN TA) to work with children that have SEMH needs to start after Easter break in Kirkby. The contract is for the summer term but a successful SEN TA may be offered a permanent position in September. Benefits £65-£75 per dayA welcoming team that will make you feel supported throughout your roleA 'Recommend a Friend' bonus up to £300A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility A supportive team RequirementsExperience working with children, preferably those with additional needs Be comfortable managing children with SEMH needsEnhanced DBS on the update service or willingness to get one Strong work ethic Able to adapt to the different needs of each child Contact details for 2 references ResponsibilitiesEnsuring pupils stay on task by managing disruptive behaviourProviding support to children on a 1 to 1 basis or in a group setting Doing interventions Assisting the teacher in planning engaging lessons for the class in line with school policiesLiaising with the class teacher and parents to provide the best supportFollowing an individual behavioural plan Proving long term solutions to challenging behaviour Qualifications are not essential but would be desirable. If this sounds like something that would interest you please don't hesitate to contact me by emailing your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk or feel free to contact me directly on 0161 200 1930 for further information. Does this role not sound like the right fit for you? We work with a range of schools with a wide variety of roles so please email your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I look forward to hearing from you!
      Have you recently graduated with a degree in psychology and have a passion for working with children that have additional needs?Can you work under your own initiative?Can you start as soon as possible?If so, then this SEN teaching assistant role could be for you! We are looking for enthusiastic special educational needs teaching assistants (SEN TA) to work with children that have SEMH needs to start after Easter break in Kirkby. The contract is for the summer term but a successful SEN TA may be offered a permanent position in September. Benefits £65-£75 per dayA welcoming team that will make you feel supported throughout your roleA 'Recommend a Friend' bonus up to £300A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility A supportive team RequirementsExperience working with children, preferably those with additional needs Be comfortable managing children with SEMH needsEnhanced DBS on the update service or willingness to get one Strong work ethic Able to adapt to the different needs of each child Contact details for 2 references ResponsibilitiesEnsuring pupils stay on task by managing disruptive behaviourProviding support to children on a 1 to 1 basis or in a group setting Doing interventions Assisting the teacher in planning engaging lessons for the class in line with school policiesLiaising with the class teacher and parents to provide the best supportFollowing an individual behavioural plan Proving long term solutions to challenging behaviour Qualifications are not essential but would be desirable. If this sounds like something that would interest you please don't hesitate to contact me by emailing your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk or feel free to contact me directly on 0161 200 1930 for further information. Does this role not sound like the right fit for you? We work with a range of schools with a wide variety of roles so please email your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I look forward to hearing from you!
      • maghull, north west
      • contract
      • £65 - £75 per day
      • randstad education
      Can you ensure that there is a positive learning environment for the children to excel in?Have you got experience working with children with complex needs? Are you looking for a new challenge to further your experience and skill set? If so, then this SEN teaching assistant role could be for you! We are looking for enthusiastic special educational needs teaching assistants (SEN TA) to work with children that have SEMH needs to start after Easter break in Maghull. The contract is for a term but a successful SEN TA may be offered a permanent position following this. Benefits £65-£75 per dayA welcoming team that will make you feel supported throughout your roleA 'Recommend a Friend' bonus up to £300A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility RequirementsExperience working with children, preferably those with additional needs Be comfortable managing children with SEMH and ASD difficultiesEnhanced DBS on the update service or willingness to get one Strong work ethic Able to adapt to the different needs of each child Contact details for 2 recent references ResponsibilitiesEnsuring pupils stay on task by managing disruptive behaviourProviding support to children on a 1 to 1 basis or in a group setting Doing interventions Assisting the teacher in planning engaging lessons for the class in line with school policiesLiaising with the class teacher and parents to provide the best supportFollowing an individual behavioural plan Proving long term solutions to challenging behaviour Qualifications are not essential but would be desirable. If this sounds like something that would interest you please don't hesitate to contact me by emailing your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk or feel free to contact me directly on 0161 200 1930 for further information. Does this role not sound like the right fit for you? We work with a range of schools with a wide variety of roles so please email your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I look forward to hearing from you!
      Can you ensure that there is a positive learning environment for the children to excel in?Have you got experience working with children with complex needs? Are you looking for a new challenge to further your experience and skill set? If so, then this SEN teaching assistant role could be for you! We are looking for enthusiastic special educational needs teaching assistants (SEN TA) to work with children that have SEMH needs to start after Easter break in Maghull. The contract is for a term but a successful SEN TA may be offered a permanent position following this. Benefits £65-£75 per dayA welcoming team that will make you feel supported throughout your roleA 'Recommend a Friend' bonus up to £300A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility RequirementsExperience working with children, preferably those with additional needs Be comfortable managing children with SEMH and ASD difficultiesEnhanced DBS on the update service or willingness to get one Strong work ethic Able to adapt to the different needs of each child Contact details for 2 recent references ResponsibilitiesEnsuring pupils stay on task by managing disruptive behaviourProviding support to children on a 1 to 1 basis or in a group setting Doing interventions Assisting the teacher in planning engaging lessons for the class in line with school policiesLiaising with the class teacher and parents to provide the best supportFollowing an individual behavioural plan Proving long term solutions to challenging behaviour Qualifications are not essential but would be desirable. If this sounds like something that would interest you please don't hesitate to contact me by emailing your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk or feel free to contact me directly on 0161 200 1930 for further information. Does this role not sound like the right fit for you? We work with a range of schools with a wide variety of roles so please email your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I look forward to hearing from you!
      • salford, north west
      • contract
      • £70 - £80 per day
      • randstad education
      Do you have amazing ideas for enhancing the curriculum?Do you hold high expectations for all within your classroom?Are you a teacher who never writes off students?If so, then this SEN TA role could be for you! We are looking for a driven special educational needs teaching assistant to work with children that have additional needs to start as soon as possible in a long term position in Salford. Benefits £65-£75 per dayA welcoming team that will make you feel supported throughout your roleA 'Recommend a Friend' bonus up to £300A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility RequirementsExperience working with children, preferably those with additional needs Be comfortable managing children with SEMH and ASD needsEnhanced DBS on the update service or willingness to get one Strong work ethic Able to adapt to the different needs of each child Flexibly adhere to the needs of the pupils in a professional and friendly manner ResponsibilitiesEnsuring pupils stay on task by managing disruptive behaviourProviding support to children on a 1 to 1 basis or in a group setting Doing interventions Assisting the teacher in planning engaging lessons for the class in line with school policiesLiaising with the class teacher and parents to provide the best supportFollowing an individual behavioural plan Proving long term solutions to challenging behaviour Qualifications are not essential but would be desirable. If this sounds like something that would interest you please don't hesitate to contact me by emailing your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk or feel free to contact me directly on 0161 200 1930 for further information. Does this role not sound like the right fit for you? We work with a range of schools with a wide variety of roles so please email your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I look forward to hearing from you!
      Do you have amazing ideas for enhancing the curriculum?Do you hold high expectations for all within your classroom?Are you a teacher who never writes off students?If so, then this SEN TA role could be for you! We are looking for a driven special educational needs teaching assistant to work with children that have additional needs to start as soon as possible in a long term position in Salford. Benefits £65-£75 per dayA welcoming team that will make you feel supported throughout your roleA 'Recommend a Friend' bonus up to £300A dedicated, professional and friendly consultant and a branch with 24 hour on-call facility RequirementsExperience working with children, preferably those with additional needs Be comfortable managing children with SEMH and ASD needsEnhanced DBS on the update service or willingness to get one Strong work ethic Able to adapt to the different needs of each child Flexibly adhere to the needs of the pupils in a professional and friendly manner ResponsibilitiesEnsuring pupils stay on task by managing disruptive behaviourProviding support to children on a 1 to 1 basis or in a group setting Doing interventions Assisting the teacher in planning engaging lessons for the class in line with school policiesLiaising with the class teacher and parents to provide the best supportFollowing an individual behavioural plan Proving long term solutions to challenging behaviour Qualifications are not essential but would be desirable. If this sounds like something that would interest you please don't hesitate to contact me by emailing your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk or feel free to contact me directly on 0161 200 1930 for further information. Does this role not sound like the right fit for you? We work with a range of schools with a wide variety of roles so please email your CV to chloe.edge@randstad.co.uk and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. I look forward to hearing from you!
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      • chichester, southern
      • full-time
      • Chichester College Group
      Chichester College have an exciting opportunity for you to join us as a Lecturer in the Built Environment and Surveying (BSE Specialist) at our Chichester campus. You will join us on a full-time, permanent basis (37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year). In return, we will offer a competitive salary of £21,511 - £37,761 per annum (This post is eligible for a £5,000 retention bonus on successfully completing probationary period).The Chichester College Group is the largest provider of further education in Sussex and is comprised of 5 Colleges based at Chichester, Crawley, Worthing, Haywards Heath, and Brinsbury near Pulborough which is land-based. Through our colleges, we educate and train around 25,000 full and part-time students every year and provide teaching excellence to meet the future needs of the region's employers.The Lecturer in the Built Environment and Surveying role:The opportunity has arisen for an experienced person to join our growing team of Built Environment and Construction lecturing and assessing staff.You will be a specialist in Building Service Engineering, but also be able to teach and support across our Built Environmental and Surveying courses.You will be expected to prepare lessons, teach and assess across all levels of the Built Environment and Surveying courses (T-Levels and HNC/HND).Key Responsibilities of ourLecturer in the Built Environment and Surveying:Udertake teaching and learning related activities, including tutoring, as agreed.Ensure that appropriate learning materials are prepared and assessments and assignments are undertaken in a timely manner.Undertake administration and provide reports and statistics regarding student and teaching matters.Take an active role in the achievement of high individual student retention and success rates, meeting or surpassing the relevant targets for each.Develop curricula and learning activities, taking into consideration literacy and numeracy development, and equality and diversity as well as subject specific Knowledge Skills and Behaviours.Understand personal responsibilities in relation to Safeguarding.Keep up-to-date with current practices, ssues, changes, and policies relating to the educational and built environment sector.Participate in marketing activities and promote the College for the purpose of gaining sponsorship, advertising, good public relations and increased recruitment.Have the ability to undertake assessments off site and on campus.Teach and assess on professional Construction courses, to include Surveying and the Built Environment subjects at level 3 (T Levels) and 4 (HNC and Higher Apprentriceships).Our ideal Lecturer in the Built Environment and Surveying should have the below skills and experience:Minimum of a Level 5 (or equivalent) in related subjectRelevant industrial/commercial/subject experienceA working knowledge of surveying and the built environment sectorKnowledge of Microsoft Office applicationsClosing date for applications: 7th July 2022Interview date: 21st July 2022If you would like to learn more about our Lecturer in the Built Environment and Surveying role, then please click ‘apply’ today!All posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check, which may include a check of the barred lists and any relevant overseas checks.As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the role.We are an equal opportunities employer.
      • barrow-in-furness, nw
      • full-time
      • Cumbria Cricket ltd
      Job Title: Cricket Development OfficerLocation: Barrow-in-FurnessSalary: £22k per annumJob type: 2 year fixed-term contract - 40 hours per weekDo you love sport? Do you love cricket? Or indeed, do you have a passion for developing young talent?If you answered 'yes' to any, or all, of the above questions, why not consider becoming part of the #CumbriaCricketFamily.Cumbria Cricket Limited is presently looking to recruit a Cricket Development Officer to work in the south-west of the county, primarily focussing on Barrow and the wider Furness area.The role is split into 2 key areas: working with clubs, and the strategic school delivery around the needs of Inspiring Generations including coaching, leadership work, supporting and increasing the number of recreational club volunteers and transitioning pupils to All Stars Cricket, Dynamos, softball and Club age group cricket.This will include working directly with clubs in the recruitment of volunteers whilst developing sustainable structures at clubs, developing and creating local leagues with Youth Associations and coaching within schools targeted around the club development that will be ongoing. The overall aim is to involve and retain young people in sport by ensuring a high-quality, enjoyable, young-person-centred experience and provide guidance on progression opportunities based on the young person's interests and abilities.We are looking for someone who:Has excellent administrative skills.Is computer literate and effective in the use of excel, access and other Microsoft programmes.Has the capacity to understand the CTS programmes, including the new Key Stage 1 offer.Has experience of partnership working and is able to make links with contacts throughout the area.Has experience of working with recreational sports clubs.Has the ability to differentiate in all teaching/coaching sessions.Is an effective communicator with ability to persuade and influence people.Has excellent presentation skills.Has a working knowledge of School to Club partnerships and Cricket Development Pathways.Is Child Protection trained and has a valid DBS certificate.Is disability trained or is committed to achieving this within a short period of time.Is tutor trained or is committed to achieving this within a short period of time.Demonstrates excellent leadership skills.Has the ability to work independently and as part of a team with good time management skills.Is able to travel independently between sites.Is flexible and both able and prepared to work unsociable hours (evenings and weekends). Has access to a car and hold a clean driving licence.Closing date for applications is 8th July 2022Please click on the APPLY button to send your CV and Cover Letter for this role.Candidates with experience of: Sports Supervisor, Cricket Coach, Sports Assistant, Sports Centre Supervisor, Sports Therapy Coach, School Sports Coach, PE Coach, Athletics Coach, Physical Development, Sports Teacher, Physical Education Teacher, Activities Coordinator, Activities Instructor, Sports Education, Sports and Facilities Organiser, Sports Coordinator, Head of Physical Education, Coaching Staff will also be considered for this role.
      • barnsley, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Engage Education
      Youth Engagement Mentor Engage Education are currently working with a special school in Barnsley who are requiring an Youth Engagement Mentor to join them immediately on a long term contract. This role will be working with learners with social, emotional and mental health issues and or a diagnosis of Autism. This is a fantastic school which puts the learners at the forefront of everything they do.Our partnered school is looking for a driven Youth Engagement Mentor that wants to deliver in an extremely engaging setting. This an exciting & dynamic role that requires individuals to think on their feet & deliver results, while benefiting from an exceptional development programme. The Behaviour Team at the school plays a huge part in the students’ success and your efforts in this role enhances their development immensely. This role will provide support for students who are struggling to fully engage in education or have mild learning difficulties in KS2, KS3 and KS4, you will support the students either 1:1 or in small groups. The ability to communicate effectively with students, staff & parents is imperative in ensuring that effective pastoral support is provided for all pupils. Previous experience working with young people facing barriers to learning will be advantageous for the role, but not ; The Role: Working with a small class of children to support their time in educationBe able to adapt to the needs of the child in lessons and assist them in their school dayPromote positive behaviour and encourage the children to stay on taskClarifying and explaining any questions or instructions given to the pupil Requirements: Experience working with people with learning difficultiesExperience in a SEN education setting is idealTeam Teach training is desirable but is something that Engage can provide you withEnhanced DBS on the update service or willing to take one out About us:We are Engage Education, the most trusted education recruitment agency, with professional development and support at our core.Get paid in line with national scales (AWR compliant)Free CPD sessionsYour own dedicated consultant£150 ‘Refer a Friend’ bonusWellbeing support, travel discounts, and retail offers from our partnersHow to applyYou can apply for this role below or get in touch with us directly. All applicants require the appropriate qualifications, and all teachers require a formally-recognised teaching qualification.If you are not contacted within 2 working days, unfortunately, you have been unsuccessful for this ;All candidates must have a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check before starting work. Full assistance provided.By applying for this role, you are consenting to Engage Education Ltd storing your personal details in our fully encrypted database, in line with the GDPR requirements.
      • oxford, hc
      • full-time
      • The Mulberry Bush
      Job Title: Teaching AssistantLocation: OxfordSalary: £20,202 per year.Job type: Permanent, Full time.The Role:Here at The Mulberry Bush, our work transforms the lives of all those affected by childhood trauma, through specialist therapeutic services. We're looking for individuals to join our ever growing team to maintain our professional and industry renowned standards.Since 1948 we have been helping traumatised children and those around them through the creation of therapeutic environments within which children can build healthy relationships, discover the benefits of education and start to rebuild their lives.The Education team provides high standards of education, support, and boundary-setting in order that children at the school are helped through each day in a manner that ensures the greatest possible meaning, continuity and healthy emotional containment.Many of the children in our care have developed coping mechanisms built on attracting attention through negative behaviour. We look to provide children with ways of re-defining themselves and their personalities through positive experiences, focussing on their strengths, understanding their regressive tendencies and providing nurture when needed.Key Responsibilities and Duties:Lead the learning process with pupils or groups of pupils with their tasks or activities following the direction and guidance of the teacher to enable their difficulties to be minimised and support children to make maximum progress.Work with each individual or small groups to encourage independence, develop personal confidence and enable maximum progress to be achieved.Support and assist pupils with social integration, advise them on strategies to deal with problems they encounter; seek appropriate professional help when necessary referring.Liaise with the class teacher in advance of the lessons to identify necessary preparation. Create learning materials in consultation with the class teacher. Help maintain a well-organised, tidy and stimulating classroom environment.Identify issues of concern and positive feedback to be shared with care staff and the child's treatment team and, following discussion with the teaching team, liaise with care staff and the child's treatment team.Keep records of events and progress, as directed by the class teacher. Bring issues of concern to the teaching team.Provide a good level of basic child care including administering simple first aid, changing children who have soiled and liaising with qualified first aiders regarding any medical issues.Supervise pupils during the school day, maintaining a level of health and safety. This may include having to physically intervene to support a child.Provide some continuity to the running of the classroom in the teacher's absence.Work as a member of the Education Team attending team meetings and participating in training and development work and assisting in the planning and preparation of the classroom.Undertake other reasonable duties of a similar level and nature to the post as directed by the class teacher or Head Teacher.Engage in reflective practice including individual supervision, group supervision and reflective groups.Essential Skills/Qualification:A good standard of literacy and numeracy skills.Basic knowledge of information technology.Willingness to participate in training and developmental opportunities offered by the school.Experience of establishing positive relationships with children.Experience of working with or caring for school-age children.Desirable Skills/Qualifications:Evidence of professional development or study.Experience of working with children who have special educational needs, particularly social, emotional and behaviour difficulties.Experience of working in an early years setting.Experience of work in socially and culturally diverse setting.Experience of working in a multi-professional setting.Benefits:50 days annual leaveEmployer contribution pensionHigh level of support and supervisionAward winning trainingStaff Wellbeing SchemeLevel 5 Foundation Degree included within the roleCasual DressOn-Site Car ParkingPlease click on the APPLY button to continue with submitting your application for this role.Candidates with previous job titles and experience of; Student Support Tutor, Learning Support, SEN Tutor, Support Assistant, Learning Support Worker, Special Educational Needs LSA, Adverse Childhood Experiences, Learning Guidance Advisor, LSW, Learning Support Assistant, Pre-School Childcare, Childcare Assistant, Nursery Worker, Educational Support Assistant, Learning Support Worker, Learning Support Assistant, Teaching Support Assistant, Learning Assistant, Early Years Foundation Stage, Student Support, Learning Advisor, Learner Support, Guidance Advisor, Support Worker, Learning Assistant may also be considered for this role.
      • newcastle upon tyne, tt
      • full-time
      • Novum Personnel
      KS1/KS2 Teacher needed for a full-time and long-term role in North Tyneside An opportunity has arisen for an experienced Primary Teacher in North Tyneside for September 2022 for both Key Stage One and Key Stage Two. Are you looking for a new challenge in a supportive Primary School?Are you a committed and passionate Teacher?Are you looking for a long-term position in September?Do you have experience working with KS1/KS2? A large Catholic primary school with an excellent reputation in North Tyneside is seeking to appoint an KS1/KS2/Key Stage one/Key Stage two Teacher to start work in September 2022. The candidate must have experience with both key stages and have a proactive, can do ; The Head Teacher is looking for someone with excellent classroom management, who teaches with an enthusiastic and nurturing approach and has high expectations of learning and behaviour management. ECT’s are actively encouraged to apply! The position is full time and long term. In return, the Teacher will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic team in a fun and welcoming environment.Applicants need to have/be:A Practising Catholic or is a person who is committed to the ethos and vision of Catholic Education.Qualified Teacher StatusHas a passion for learning and is an outstanding and inspirational teacher with high expectations of children’s learning and behaviour.Key stage one/KS1 and Key Stage two/KS2 experience A real desire to make a positive difference to the pupils that you work withAn updated DBS and right to work in the UK
      • durham, tt
      • full-time
      • Novum Personnel
      History Teacher needed from September at a secondary school in Durham Are you looking for a new challenge?Are you an experienced History Teacher?Do you have strong classroom management skills while still keeping the lesson engaging and fun? Hello Education are working with a secondary school in Durham to find an outstanding History Teacher with experience of teaching students in KS3 and KS4. The successful History Teacher will need to be naturally caring and engaging with a genuine passion for young people’s learning. The position is to commence from September and is 4 days a week working Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. The successful History Teacher will have to have the following: QTS with a History specialismExperience of teaching KS3 and KS4Good organisational and communication skillsStrong IT skills In return you will receive:Great rates of payWorking in a rewarding environmentOutstanding 1 to 1 service from your dedicated consultant working to support you every step of the way
      • bodmin, sw
      • National Tutoring Programme
      Become an Academic MentorDiscover, explore and engage in the world of education and teaching as you become a key contributor to the country’s education recovery from COVID-19, as part of the government-funded National Tutoring Programme.Make a difference as an Academic Mentor through tailored one-to-one and small group tuition for pupils whose education has been most impacted by the pandemic and help them reach their full potential.We are recruiting full-time Academic Mentors to be placed in schools to deliver tuition in various subjects. You can select from a range of schools in your area and state your preference for being based in either a primary or secondary school. As an Academic Mentor you will be a critical member of the school team, working alongside the pupils’ teacher to provide 15-hour blocks of tuition for those who need it most.In primary schools, Academic Mentors will provide tailored support in literacy, numeracy and science.In secondary schools: English, numeracy, science, humanities and modern foreign languages.Required qualifications:Minimum of three A-levels at A*- C grade (or equivalent)Minimum of a grade 4 in English and Maths at GCSE levelResponsibilities of the role:Working with the schools’ Senior Leadership Team (SLT) to identify the support each pupil needsIdentifying learning gaps and helping create bespoke intervention programmes for pupilsDeveloping and delivering engaging sessions to support a range of learning styles with clear learning objectives, considering any barriers to learning or additional needsDelivering measurable outcomes from each session to track progressLearn, grow and develop with us, through:Expert online training from Liverpool Hope University£19,000 - £21,000 salary based on experience, including paid holidaysScheduled time with you and your school for onboard supportMental health and wellbeing peer support groupsOngoing Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and an excellent aftercare programmeShare your knowledge. Raise confidence in pupils. Help shape their future.We value diversity and we don't discriminate on the grounds of age, ethnicity, disability, gender, marital status, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation or any other characteristics protected or otherwise. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer that values diverse talent and encourages applications from people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We strive to be inclusive at each stage of the recruitment process and in line with our aim to promote diversity in our workforce, we also have a diversity & inclusion policy.
      • haywards heath, southern
      • part-time
      • Chichester College Group
      Chichester College have an exciting opportunity for you to join us as a Teacher of Spanish at our Chichester campus. You will join us on a part-time, permanent basis ( hours per week, 52 weeks per year). In return, we will offer a competitive salary Pro rata of £21,511 - £37,761 ( £9, - £16, ) per Annum.The Chichester College Group is the largest provider of further education in Sussex and is comprised of 5 Colleges based at Chichester, Crawley, Worthing, Haywards Heath, and Brinsbury near Pulborough which is land-based. Through our colleges, we educate and train around 25,000 full and part-time students every year and provide teaching excellence to meet the future needs of the region's employers.Haywards Heath College is excited to offer the opportunity to come and join an OFSTED rated Outstanding College Group and work within our successful Modern Languages team!Key Responsibilities of ourTeacher of Spanish:Undertake teaching and learning related activities, including tutoring, as agreed.Ensure that appropriate learning materials are prepared and assessments and assignments are undertaken in a timely manner.Undertake administration and provide reports and statistics regarding student and teaching matters.Take an active role in the achievement of high individual student retention and success rates, meeting or surpassing the relevant targets for each.Develop curricula and learning activities, taking into consideration literacy and numeracy development, and equality and diversity.Understand personal responsibilities in relation to Safeguarding.Keep up-to-date with current issues, changes, and policies relating to the educational sector.Participate in marketing activities and promote the College for the purpose of gaining sponsorship, advertising, good public relations and increased recruitment.Our ideal Teacher of Spanish should have the below skills and experience:Level 3 (or equivalent) in related subjectLevel 2 literacy and numeracyRelevant subject experienceWorking knowledge of A Level SpanishKnowledge of Microsoft Office applicationsClosing date for applications: 30th June 2022Interview date: To be confirmedIf you would like to learn more about our Teacher of Spanish role, then please click ‘apply’ today!All posts are subject to an enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service check, which may include a check of the barred lists and any relevant overseas checks.As users of the disability confident scheme, we guarantee to interview all disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the role.We are an equal opportunities employer.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Salt
      Freelance Instructional Designer | 3 month contract + possible extensions | ASAP start | Inside IR35A huge clients-side name are looking for an Instructional Designer to join their existing team on an exciting project.The RoleCreates and maintains learning products based on established Learning.Services standards. Creates and complies with Learning Services development standards such as templates, process documentation, etc. to ensure quality, usability, consistency, and effectiveness of learning products such as ILT, VLT, videos, exams, eLearning, and job aids.Works tightly with instructors to develop materials that instructors WANT to use.Conducts needs analysis and evaluation activities consistent with instructional design standards, and based on business unit priorities, schedules, and resource requirements.Solicits input and feedback from stakeholders, customers, peers, subject matter experts, etc. based on standard review processes.Works as part of an agile scrum team and fully participates in sprint planning, daily standups, sprint reviews, and retrospectives with intelligence and enthusiasm with the highest regard for the team whether working locally or remotely. Completes assigned stories and tasks on time with high quality.Acts as an Instructor on an as-needed basis and certainly participates as lead instructor in train-the-trainer scenarios.Complies with all backup and storage requirements to ensure the integrity of our learning products and source materials, protects our intellectual property, and complies with all company standards."About you:Minimum of 5 years' experience in a product education environmentUniversity degree educated or equivalent experienceExperience in the creation of technical learning for software productsExperience with Microsoft Office, eLearning, and virtual learning technologiesMust have exceptional communication and organisational skills, demonstrate initiative and work well in a team-based environmentBe a strategic thinker, results-oriented, and demonstrates a strong orientation toward outstanding customer service with a complete willingness to accept accountability for results"Experience working in an Agile Scrum environmentSkilled developer of digital visual arts including drawing, photography, and video production.This is an excellent chance to secure yourself a great contract with a well known name, produce some exciting work and join an established team.
      • rotherham, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Morthyng Group
      National World / The SmartList are advertising on behalf of Morthyng Group Limited. Maths TutorDo you have creativity, enthusiasm and an interest in progression of young people?Morthyng Group Limited is a registered charity and voluntary sector training provider and a 'not for profit' organisation that has supported the training of young people and adults. They are looking for a Maths Tutor in Rotherham.You will be working with young people aged 16-19. The successful applicant will demonstrate a wide experience and understanding of the delivery of functional skills and GCSE’s, curriculum innovation, curriculum strategies and experience of delivering Mathematics at a range of levels.Some of the responsibilities will include;Deliver functional skills and GCSE in line with individual needsDevelop and adapt resources to suit individual learner requirementsSet assignments to progress the individual, monitoring, and reviewing these targets against their agreed learning planPrepare lesson plans, schemes of work, developing the curriculum offer, working with small groupsUse interactive resources and innovation to engage, stimulate, motivate and challenge individuals to meet their agreed Maths targetsWhat you need:Ability to deliver functional skills & GCSE MathsStrong command of subject matter MathsExcellent organisational and planning skillsStudent centred in approach to teaching and learningCreativity, enthusiasm and interest in the MathsPrepared to work under own initiative and to deadlinesHigh level of written and oral communication skillsConscientious, honest and reliable and able to work as part of a team Closing date: 25th July 2022If this sounds like you, please hit apply now! Morthyng Group Limited is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. All applicants are subject to a satisfactory enhanced check by the Disclosure and Barring Service and at least two independent referees who will be contacted prior to interview. Our reference: SE2863Vacancy: Maths TutorLocation: RotherhamSalary: £24,000 - £27,500 per annum dependent on qualifications and experienceHours: Full time
      • eastleigh, southern
      • full-time
      • Barton Peveril Sixth Form College
      If you are an outstanding Law teacher, or determined to become one, we would very much like to hear from ; You will join an excellent team, strongly committed to reflecting on its teaching techniques and sharing excellent ; A level and BTEC Law are growing subjects in the College and part of the 20-teacher Business Department, soon to be housed in a new £9m Business ;You will be joining a college committed to excellent student outcomes, student wellbeing, and preparing young people through a broad education for a successful future. We are also committed to the continuous professional development and training of our staff, and to their wellbeing. We know that, to a very large extent, it is because of the remarkable talent and dedication of our staff, that Barton Peveril is now one of the largest and most successful sixth form colleges in the ;We welcome applications from unqualified, newly qualified and experienced teachers. The role is available to start from September 2022 or January ; MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES:To keep up-to-date with relevant curriculum developments and with the information on syllabuses, moderation and assessment.To adopt appropriate and varied teaching and learning strategies, including differentiation of work for students with different needs.To take positive steps to get to know the individual strengths and weaknesses of the students in each group to enable learning to be achieved more effectively.To assist in the development of schemes of learning including the development of teaching materials.To consult their line manager and make suggestions regarding textbooks, stationery, equipment, IT software and other resources available within the appropriate area.To conform with internal assessment policies on homework, marking, recording and reviewing and adhere to all examination board regulations.To ensure the completion of target grade data and summary reviews by the calendared deadlines.To review student performance against their target grade and adjust support and offer challenge as appropriate.To enter a dialogue with each student about their progress and the actions needed to improve.To consult with the subject leader if a student continues to perform below target grade.To ensure that the student work is promptly marked and that an up to date online record of weekly homework and assessment grades is kept.To complete and record attendance at every lesson according to College Policy.To use the appropriate referral systems and procedures when a student is having difficulty with work in spite of help offered, has a poor attendance record, is negligent, unpunctual, hands in work late or not at all.To follow the college procedure on setting work for classes when absent from college.To attend appropriate calendared meetings.To attend Parents’ Evenings, Open Evenings and similar directed events.To participate in professional development activities, including subject updating and wider relevant curriculum developments.To participate in the College’s Appraisal System. This may include their responsibility and role within the area and setting and reviewing agreed targets on an annual basis / reflecting college objectives and curriculum targets / aims.To participate in the induction and mentoring of new staff.To take part in college Quality Assurance procedures, such as course reviews, IQRs, setting and monitoring of individual targets for students and courses.To contribute to the achievement of course targets for retention and achievement, including added value.To participate in a review of student evaluation data on teaching and learning.To implement strategies identified in appropriate development plans.To participate in peer observation procedures.To compile subject references for UCAS and job applications.To provide information and advice on progression within the subject in conjunction with the careers department and Tutor / Student Progress Manager.To contribute to marketing of the subject through a presence at Open Evenings, Introductory Days and Enrolment.To provide enrichment opportunities.To implement the College’s Strategic Plan in relation to the teaching area.General:To carry out the professional duties of any subject teacher (see Appendix 4 of the SFCEF Teacher Handbook).To participate in the College’s Performance Management system.To promote and ensure compliance with all college policies and ; In particular, to ensure equality of opportunity and the effective application of health and safety procedures.Any other duties required by the Principal, which are reasonable within the purview of the post.
      • langley, hc
      • full-time
      • Windsor Forest Colleges Group
      Langley College has an exciting opportunity for an inspirational and dynamic candidate to join our team as a Pastoral Support Tutor.About UsLangley College is part of The Windsor Forest Colleges Group (TWFCG) which is a leading education provider in the South-East. Our staff work across 3 main campuses at Langley, Windsor and Strode’s College in Egham. Our teams place the learner at the heart of all we do and in our state-of-the-art learning environments we are proud to deliver education and training to a diverse group of students and businesses each year.Our mission is to inspire ambition and make a positive difference to lives through learning. We are keen to recruit talented individuals who are passionate about helping us to deliver the highest standards of education and training to local people, communities and businesses. In return, we offer a supportive and inclusive working environment, where everyone’s skills and ideas are valued and respected.This role is based at our Langley College campus; the centre for our main vocational and technical courses including Apprenticeships, Adult Education and HE. We deliver an innovative curriculum with superb specialist facilities including latest industry standard equipment, workshops and studios.Pastoral Support TutorAs a Pastoral Support Tutor you will work with students, staff and parents to provide up to date accurate information on academic performance and physical/emotional welfare matters. Supporting learners to aid them in their development to enable to them to flourish.You will be responsible for arranging activities relevant to the needs of your learners and providing them with one to one tutoring and coaching. You will monitor attendance, punctuality and performance to provide support in the student management process.We are looking for someone who is passionate about student welfare and enthusiastic about supporting learners to grow and succeed. You will need to hold a Level 3 qualification and be educated to a minimum of level 2 in English and Mathematics (or equivalent). You will need to show that you have experience in supporting students and can show that you have knowledge of curriculum development and managing the learning process.Please note that this is a Term Time Only Role for 39 weeks of the year.For further details on this role please refer to the attached job description/person specification.Our staff benefit from:Excellent work/life balanceAccess to excellent defined benefit pension schemesFree on-site parking at all College sitesCycle to Work Scheme and Season Ticket LoansFamily friendly policies to support Work Life BalanceOn-site Costa at LangleyVarious health & wellbeing benefits including discounted gym memberships, confidential staff counselling and discounted hair and beauty treatments at The Salon at Langley CollegePlease be advised that the vacancy will close at midday on Monday 4th July 2022. Please note that candidates will be shortlisted and interviews will be held on a rolling basis so may close earlier than the plan date above.To apply please visit our careers page and complete the online application form.Please ensure you pay particular attention to the supporting statement of the online application form making sure to include details of how you meet each of the essential criteria listed on the person specification.The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all its staff to share this commitment. Successful applicants will be required to undergo a DBS check at the appropriate level.
      • wigan, nw
      • National Tutoring Programme
      Become an Academic MentorDiscover, explore and engage in the world of education and teaching as you become a key contributor to the country’s education recovery from COVID-19, as part of the government-funded National Tutoring Programme.Make a difference as an Academic Mentor through tailored one-to-one and small group tuition for pupils whose education has been most impacted by the pandemic and help them reach their full potential.We are recruiting full-time Academic Mentors to be placed in schools to deliver tuition in various subjects. You can select from a range of schools in your area and state your preference for being based in either a primary or secondary school. As an Academic Mentor you will be a critical member of the school team, working alongside the pupils’ teacher to provide 15-hour blocks of tuition for those who need it most.In primary schools, Academic Mentors will provide tailored support in literacy, numeracy and science.In secondary schools: English, numeracy, science, humanities and modern foreign languages.Required qualifications:Minimum of three A-levels at A*- C grade (or equivalent)Minimum of a grade 4 in English and Maths at GCSE levelResponsibilities of the role:Working with the schools’ Senior Leadership Team (SLT) to identify the support each pupil needsIdentifying learning gaps and helping create bespoke intervention programmes for pupilsDeveloping and delivering engaging sessions to support a range of learning styles with clear learning objectives, considering any barriers to learning or additional needsDelivering measurable outcomes from each session to track progressLearn, grow and develop with us, through:Expert online training from Liverpool Hope University£19,000 - £21,000 salary based on experience, including paid holidaysScheduled time with you and your school for onboard supportMental health and wellbeing peer support groupsOngoing Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and an excellent aftercare programmeShare your knowledge. Raise confidence in pupils. Help shape their future.We value diversity and we don't discriminate on the grounds of age, ethnicity, disability, gender, marital status, nationality, race, religion, sexual orientation or any other characteristics protected or otherwise. We are proud to be an equal opportunities employer that values diverse talent and encourages applications from people with diverse backgrounds and experiences. We strive to be inclusive at each stage of the recruitment process and in line with our aim to promote diversity in our workforce, we also have a diversity & inclusion policy.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Engage Education
      Graduate Teaching Assistant - IslingtonEngage Education, a well-established, leading education recruitment specialist is looking for Graduate Teaching Assistants to support pupils within an Outstanding Secondary School in East London. They are looking for a variety of Graduate Teaching Assistants to start working in their school immediately with specialisms in Maths, English, and Science.School:Good schoolLead teaching school Well behaved pupils who are keen to learn Based in IslingtonAre you a graduate considering a Graduate Teaching Assistant position in Secondary Education?This could be the experience you need to secure a PGCE or other preferred course as a particular focus of many targeted support programmes look for first hand school experience.Why through Engage Education?We work in close partnership with over 2,500 schools throughout the UK on a weekly basis. These partnerships range in size and their level of support and include numerous Multi-Academy Trusts and school groups. We have strong existing relationships with a large number of education services.Application ProcessDo you feel you meet the criteria for this exciting opportunity? If so, please either apply below or contact Engage Education directly. All applicants will require the appropriate qualification and training for this role.If you are not contacted within 2 working days, unfortunately, you have been unsuccessful for this role. However, we will keep your CV and continue to help you in your search for a job in education.Engage Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.By applying for this role, you are consenting to Engage Education Ltd storing your personal details in our fully encrypted database, in line with the new GDPR requirements.
      • wymondham, angl
      • full-time
      • Ad Warrior Ltd
      Teacher of ICT and Computing Job Type: Permanent, part time, Salary: MPS/UPSLocation: Wymondham NR18 9SZThe collage has over 400 staff dedicated to supporting World Class education. The College currently is one of the top State Schools in the Country and is recognised as one of the highest performing State Schools in the East of England. This is backed up by its most recent Ofsted review which rated the College as outstanding in both Education and Boarding inspections along with obtaining the National Secondary School of the Year Gold Award at the National Teaching awards in November 2021.The College is focused on providing outstanding quality to their students and staff not only in education but also through its provision of exceptional facilities and accommodation on site across its 83-acre campus.The teacher will be responsible to the Head of School, through the Head of ICT and Computing, for teaching classes in the College using their skill, experience and best endeavours and in accordance with Teachers’ Standards. They will abide by the Code of Conduct for Staff and Volunteers at the College. A contribution to the wider life of the College is an expectation of all staff, for example by supporting the extra-curricular activities within the ICT Department.To ApplyIf you feel you are a suitable candidate and would like to work for this reputable Education Trust, then please click apply to be redirected to their website where you can complete your application.The Trust is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, therefore all applicants must be prepared to undergo a number of checks to confirm their suitability to work with children and young people. The Trust welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. In accordance with the Department of Education’s “Keeping Children Safe in Education, 2021”, references will be sought on all short-listed candidates before interview.
      • north tyneside, tt
      • full-time
      • Novum Personnel
      Special Educational Needs/SEND Tutor in North TynesideAre you an experienced Tutor?Do you have experience with special educational needs/SEND?Are you motivational, caring and passionate about learning?A special needs college based in North Tyneside are looking for a Tutor to start as soon as possible. The Tutor will be expected to teach vocational subjects and activities.The students who attend this college have SEND/special educational needs and disabilities and are aged between 16 and 25 years old. Therefore, experience working with ASD/Autism and PMLD/Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities is essential.The ideal candidate is someone who has previous experience of teaching pre-entry and up to level 2 qualifications.This is a full-time post that is ongoing with the potential of becoming permanent.To be part of this team you will ideally need to have:Experience working as a special needs/SEND TutorExperience teaching pre-entry to level 2Previous special needs experience, particularly AutismExperience of working in a complex settingExperience of other vocational subjectsA child and adult DBS or be willing to apply for oneIn return you will enjoy:A great rate of payJoin a lovely team of staffThe opportunity to choose when you want to work or take holidaysA dedicated team of SEND consultants with years of experience and knowledge of the industry
      • newcastle upon tyne, tt
      • full-time
      • Novum Personnel
      Teaching Assistant/TA needed for a school in North TynesideAre you an experienced Teaching Assistant?Do you want a role that is rewarding and fun?Are you available to start work in September?Have you had experience across Early Years, Key Stage One and Key Stage Two? Hello Education are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant/TA for a school in North Tyneside to assistant children in Early Years/EYFS, Key stage 1/KS1 and Key Stage Two/KS2.The TA/Teaching assistant must be able to support children with their work so knowledge on the national curriculum is desirable.The school is looking for someone who is fun, friendly, creative and reliable. The right TA must be able to build rapport with children easily and have a can do attitude. The role starts in September and is full time (37 hours) with the possibility of it going permanent. To be part of this team you will ideally need to have:Level 2 or 3 CACHE Teaching Assistant Qualification or minimum of 6 months experienceExperience working with primary aged studentsThe ability to assist and support children with literacy and numeracyConfidence in working and supporting children with complex needsExperience of working in a complex settingAn updated DBS and right to work within the UK In return you will enjoy:A great rate of payJoin a lovely team of staffThe opportunity to choose when you want to work or take holidaysA dedicated team of consultants with years of experience and knowledge of the industry
      • darlington, tt
      • full-time
      • Novum Personnel
      Hello Education are currently seeking confident, engaging and flexible Cover Supervisors to work within in Secondary schools within the Darlington area.We have positions available for the rest of the academic year and looking ahead into September 2022.Are you looking for a new challenge?Do you have experience working with children in some form? , sports coaches.Are you comfortable, engaging and comfortable delivering lessons to groups of students?If so, we would love to hear from you. The role will see you working within Secondary schools on either a long- or short-term basis covering for teachers when they are absent, covering a variety of different lessons to whole classes (up to 30+)Hello Education are looking for people with the following skills and experience:Have the ability to develop and maintain a calm learning environment and good behaviour management skills.Have experience working with children in some form , tuition, sports coaches (any type)Must be flexible to cover most subjectsIn return, Hello Education can offer;Market leading pay scale for all employeesFriendly and dedicated consultants who provide round the clock support in your new role‘Refer a Friend’ scheme where you can earn vouchersHello Education offer market leading rates of pay and offer weekly pay, you will also have contact with your own dedicated consultant who will be able to guide you through every step of your Hello Education journey.If you think this role sounds like something you would be interested in and would like to apply please apply with your latest CV or call the office .Hello Education is committed to safeguarding children and young people and we take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing, referencing checks and must hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS check and must be registered on the Update Service.
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Engage Education
      EN Teaching Assistant Required for SEN School Islington,About the role:We’re currently looking for enthusiastic, dedicated, and experienced SEN Teaching Assistants for one of our schools in Islington. They are seeking an SEN Teaching Assistant to work at the SEN school that caters for SEMH, SLD, ASD & Epilepsy.The School:The school caters for children with: SEMH, SLD, ASD & Epilepsy.The school is stunning and extremely progressiveThe role:£70- £95 per dayYou will be working 1:1 and in small groupsLong term or PERM contract availableWould liaise closely with other professionals.The successful application with receive free trainingThe ideal applicant will have:Some experience of working with SEN children or in an SEN school, alternatively have personal experience and a passion for SENA real passion for education and improving the attainment of pupilsBags of creativity for stimulating and engaging pupilsHow to apply:If you’re as excited about this role as we are, you can apply below - or get in touch with us directly.If you’re not contacted within 2 working days, unfortunately you have not been successful for this role. We have a lot of applications to our positions, so don’t be disheartened - you are still free to apply to one of our other vacancies that you may be more suited for. We will also keep your CV on file and continue to help you in your search for your next role.All candidates will be required to undertake a valid enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance will be provided.By applying for this role, you are consenting to Engage Education Ltd storing your personal details in our fully encrypted database, in line with GDPR requirements.We look forward to hearing from you!
      • lancaster, nw
      • part-time
      • The SmartList
      National World / The SmartList are advertising on behalf of an external company. Lecturer in Accounting (AAT Accredited)£22,436 – £30,635 per annum, pro rata depending on qualifications and experience,plus £2,000 per annum, pro rata Shortage Skills’ AllowanceUp to 30 hours per week, or combination of fractional posts consideredLancaster & Morecambe College is working in partnership with the Education and Training Foundation to deliver ‘Taking Teaching Further’. This additional funding provides a unique opportunity for industry professionals to transition to a dual professional teaching role at the College. The funding will support your comprehensive on-the-job training programme, including initial teacher training qualification; individual support and mentoring; and a reduced teaching workload in the first year.We are seeking an accountancy professional with a desire to pass on their skills to the next generation of accountants. Taking a lead in developing specialist training in Accountancy ranging from short courses to apprenticeship provision and working with local employers, you will be pro- active in promoting Accountancy courses; teaching on AAT accredited courses up to Level 4; and responding to employers’ training needs.Benefits include defined benefits pension scheme, generous leave entitlement, opportunities for continuing professional development and good staff support services.All posts are subject to a DBS Disclosure in line with our policy of safeguarding and promoting the welfare of learners.Closing Date: Friday, 1st July 2022Our reference: SE2834Vacancy: Lecturer in AccountingLocation: LancasterSalary: £22,436 – £30,635 per annum, pro rata depending on qualifications and experienceHours: Up to 30 hours per week, or combination of fractional posts considered
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Engage Education
      Teaching Assistant Required for Primary School in Islington,About the role:At Engage Education, we’ve specialised in recruiting teaching assistants for over a decade, so we know a bit about finding the ideal school for you. We’re currently looking for an enthusiastic general class teaching assistant to work full time at a fantastic primary school in Islington.Our team has built an excellent reputation in the local area, and we’re looking for more high-quality teaching assistants to work with these schools to positively impact the progress and attainment of their pupils.Our teaching assistants’ duties can include:Working with small groups of pupilsProviding intervention support1:1 support for EYFS, KS1 or KS2 studentsThe ideal applicant will have:Some experience of working with KS2 children or in a schoolA real passion for education and improving the attainment of pupilsBags of creativity for stimulating and engaging pupilslevel 2 or 3 support staff qualificationHighlights of becoming an Engage Teaching AssistantMarket leading pay ratesFull-time and part-time positions availableDevelop your knowledge of the national curriculumIdeal post for graduates looking to move into a career in teachingWhy choose Engage Education?We pay all our staff in line with the Agency Worker Regulations, meaning your pay will be equal to that of a permanent employeeYou will benefit from your own dedicated Engage consultant who will provide ongoing support and guidanceYou will be invited to our wide range of continued professional development (CPD) training sessions, provided by our in-house team of experienced senior leaders. These are completely free to attend!£150 referral bonus for each of your friends you refer to us when they work 10 days or more.How to applyIf you’re as excited about this role as we are, you can apply below - or get in touch with us directly.If you’re not contacted within 2 working days, unfortunately you have not been successful for this role. We have a lot of applications to our positions, so don’t be disheartened - you are still free to apply to one of our other vacancies that you may be more suited for. We will also keep your CV on file and continue to help you in your search for your next role.All candidates will be required to undertake a valid enhanced Disclosure & Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance will be provided.By applying for this role, you are consenting to Engage Education Ltd storing your personal details in our fully encrypted database, in line with GDPR requirements.We look forward to hearing from you!
      • london, london
      • full-time
      • Engage Education
      ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A CAREER CHANGE? OR ARE YOU PASSIONATE ABOUT HELPING CHILDREN WITH SEND NEED? IF SO APPLY NOW!!I am actively looking for a keen SEND Teaching Assistant who has a passion for helping children who have Learning difficulties and also disabilities. Working with children with SEND means that you will need to support children more with different aspects of learning, for example, reading or writing, or behaviour or self-expression and also personal care. As well as the pros that come with being an SEND Teaching Assistant when a student completes a task or overcomes something. You need to be really proactive, have patience and also a calm voice. Some children will have ASC and also will be non verbal, some children could have SEMH needs and many more.SEND Teaching AssistantIdeally has experience working with children in a school setting.Must have a creative and positive mindsetPatient, Reliable, Approachable and Caring8:30am startImmediate startUp to £90 per day; weekly paymentEngage Education is a widely recognised, award-winning education recruitment company. We pride ourselves on the high levels of customer service and professional development that we offer our teachers and support staff. We:Offer an excellent 'refer a friend’ scheme that pays you £150 for each candidate you refer to us after they have worked and been paid for their first 10 daysPay in line with the Agency Worker Regulations (AWR) meaning you will be paid equally to a permanent employeeEnsure that you will have your own dedicated consultant who will provide ongoing support and guidanceGive you access to a wide range of CPD training through our in-house team of experienced senior leadersIf you are not contacted within 3 working days, unfortunately, you have been unsuccessful in this role. However, we will keep your CV and continue to help you in your search for a job within education.Engage Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.By applying for this role, you are consenting to Engage Education Ltd storing your personal details in our fully encrypted database, in line with the new GDPR requirements.
      • middlesbrough, yorkshire
      • full-time
      • Novum Personnel
      Hello Education are recruiting Early Career Teachers to work on supply in primary/secondary schools in the Middlesbrough area.Working on supply is the perfect opportunity for ECTs to gain different skills and experiences from a range of schools, including Academies and ; We offer long term vacancies which can lead to permanent job offers.We’re looking for Qualified ECTs who:Are able to liaise with pupils, teachers and parents alikeHave a warm and caring personalityAre able to inspire pupils to learn in a fun and engaging environmentComfortable planning and delivering lessons When registering with Hello Education as an ECT, you will also receive:Support with interview preparation when applying for the jobA dedicated, supportive consultant who is a primary/secondary specialistCompetitive weekly payCareer development and progression opportunities Hello Education, is committed to safeguarding children and young people and we take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing, referencing checks and hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS check that must be registered on the Update Service.
      • middleton, nw
      • full-time
      • Mantra Learning
      Construction (Multi-Skilled Tutor) - £18, ,000 per annum DOEMantra Learning Ltd is the UK’s leading Logistics learning and development organisation, with 52 years of industry recognition. Together with the National Logistics Academy which is part of Mantra Learning, we provide support and development to help people and change lives and work with some of the biggest brands in the country, including Aldi, Travis Perkins, Dixons Carphone Warehouse, and Eddie Stobart.Our organisation works with over 600 Apprentices, supports over 3500 people get back to work and improve their life chances and mental health and trains over 1000 people to become HGV drivers each year.The Job gym is a brand that is part of Mantra Learning Ltd. It gives the people of Greater Manchester training that builds skills and confidence, helping them improve their lives and employment prospects. The Job gym now has an exciting opportunity available for a Multi-Skilled Tutor – Construction Tutor to join our dynamic team and deliver Construction and other courses for our learners.This position is a full-time role, working hours a week based in Middleton, Greater Manchester. You may be required to travel to our other centres as and when required.The RoleThe main purpose of your role is to deliver the introduction to construction qualification and potentially a variety of other courses to suit the department requirements.These courses will be delivered both virtual and, in our centres, which involves working towards assessment for Portfolio building.Your duties will include but will not be limited to:Deliver Construction training and other relevant courses that fit with your skills and experience.Ensure all training elements are completed in accordance with the awarding bodies’ requirements and programme guidelines and within the agreed time scales required to achieve the NVQ / framework award.Essential skills, qualifications and experienceL3 Award in Education Training would be preferred, however training is available for the right candidate.ICT, English and Math’s qualifications all at L2 or aboveMinimum 12 months’ experience in constructionUnderstanding of the industryKnowledge and understanding in Health and SafetyKnowledge of Construction practicesUnderstanding and knowledge of working, moving and handling in constructionThe package£18,525 - £25,000 per annum dependant on experience and qualifications.22 days holidays plus bank holidaysTraining package available for teaching qualificationsFree parkingPension schemeDiscretionary profit related bonus schemeSubsidised team social eventsMantra Learning Ltd is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications regardless of race, religion or belief, disability, gender, sexual orientation, or age.If this is the role you’re looking for please apply today!
      • hartlepool, tt
      • full-time
      • Novum Personnel
      Hello Education are looking for enthusiastic and dedicated teachers to join our successful supply pool working across primary schools based in Hartlepool and surrounding areas.Starting in September, the successful Teachers will be providing essential support to schools as children return back after the summer holidays. We are looking for passionate teachers who have a genuine desire to have a positive impact on the pupils education and be able to make the National Curriculum accessible for all learners including SEN pupils.To be considered for the Teacher position, you will;Hold Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) Early Career Teacher (ECTs) welcome to applyHave at least 6 months experience teaching in a UK Primary schoolGreat behaviour management skillsBe able to communicate effectively with pupils and staff membersGood knowledge of the National CurriculumHave a genuine desire to have a positive impact on a pupil’s educationHold an Enhanced DBS on the update service – willing to obtainIn return, Hello Education can offer;Competitive rates of payFriendly and dedicated consultants who provide round the clock support in your new rolePathways to additional roles‘Refer a Friend’ scheme where you can earn vouchersHello Education is committed to safeguarding children and young people and we take our responsibilities extremely seriously. All staff we register will undertake thorough interviewing, referencing checks and hold, or be prepared to undergo, an Enhanced DBS check that must be registered on the Update Service.If you are a Teacher, who believe this is the perfect role for them, we would love to hear from you!Apply today by sending an updated CV.
      • brockenhurst, southern
      • full-time
      • Brockenhurst College
      Brockenhurst College has an exciting opportunity for a Learning Support Assistant to join their dedicated and enthusiastic team. In return, you will receive a competitive salary of £18,323 to £19,224 per annum pro rata ;This is an Annualised Hours post working over 35 weeks, with various hours available.We are a high-achieving college who attract around 3,000 sixth-form students across the region each year. We are based within the stunning New Forest National Park and offer our students a huge range of courses and superb facilities.As a Learning Support Assistant you will:- From existing documentation and the student profile and in consultation with the tutor, identify a range of strategies for supporting individual students- Taking into account the particular needs involved, aid the student(s) to learn as effectively as possible both in group situations and individually- Contribute to the maintenance of student progress records by feeding back to the tutor in relation to progress and achievement of students, including reference to attitude and behaviour- Assist in administering routine tests, invigilate exams and act as reader/scribe in exams, as appropriate- Support learning activities and develop students’ competence and independence in its use including ICT skills- Prepare and use equipment/resources- Be aware of and comply with policies and procedures relating to child protection, health, safety and security, confidentiality and data protection, reporting all concerns to an appropriate internal nominee- Be aware of and support difference and ensure students have equal access to opportunities to learn and develop.- Contribute to and support the overall ethos/work/aims of the College- Attend and participate in relevant team meetings and in-service training- Participate in training and other learning activities and performance development as required- Assist with the supervision of students out of lesson times, including before and after the College timetable and at break times, as needed- Accompany teaching staff and students on visits, trips and out of College activities as required and take responsibility for a group under the supervision of the teacher- Take note of and comply with College HR procedures for reporting absences, lateness, etc Our ideal Learning Support Assistant:- Educational qualifications to GCSE standard in Maths, English and ICT (Grade C)- Able to relate well to students with a diverse range of needs- Willingness to undertake a relevant learning support qualification- Able to build and maintain stable, productive and appropriate relationships with students and staff- Able to communicate and establish rapport with young people and colleagues Benefits of becoming our Learning Support Assistant:- Access to onsite Gym, Tennis/Badminton courts, Football pitches (indoor & out)- Weekly staff Yoga and Football- On-site Nursery offers childcare at superb rates in and outside of term time- Enrolment into the Teachers' Pension Scheme- Free eye care vouchers- Free secure onsite parking- Access to a range of discounts including shopping, travel and healthcare- Access to our Employee Assistance Programme provided externally to the College. This is a completely confidential service and is free to all members of staff at the College.Closing Date: 24th July 2022If you feel you are the right candidate for this Learning Support Assistant role then please click ‘apply’ now! We’d love to hear from you!The College is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people, and vulnerable adults, and expects all staff to share this commitment. The successful applicant will be required to undertake appropriate safeguarding checks which includes an enhanced DBS check as well as providing proof of right to work in the UK.
      • carshalton, london
      • full-time
      • Carshalton College
      Here at Carshalton College, we are now looking to appoint two Lecturers in Supported Learning: one permanent and the other, a fixed term contract for the academic year .Within the role, you will support the students in the Supported Learning area of the College, providing tutorial and pastoral care for a group or groups of learners with learning disabilities/difficulties and monitor work experience activities. You will take an active role in all aspects of student assessment and accreditation and deliver Maths and English to LLDD at the appropriate level.We’re looking for someone who has experience of working with learners with LLDD and who has a good understanding of their needs. Able to provide effective learner support, you will have knowledge of the accreditation framework and assessment strategies in the post 16 sector, including RARPA, and understand a range of strategies to meet the individual learning needs of students, particularly those with learning disabilities or difficulties.Able to work successfully as part of a team, you will be able to prioritise, meet deadlines and work in a pressured environment. You’ll demonstrate the ability to teach and communicate at a level appropriate to the students and be comfortable managing students offering challenging behaviour.A teaching qualification is not essential; however, we do ask that you are willing to achieve one in line with current regulations.Closing date for the return of completed applications is 29th June ;South Thames Colleges Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.The benefits package includes generous annual leave of 37 days plus up to 7 additional days over Christmas/New Year as well as an additional 5 days Wellbeing leave to enhance employees’ physical and mental health. There is an excellent pension scheme that receives a significant financial contribution from the employer (Teachers Pensions or Local Government Pension Scheme), subsidised sports facilities and professional development and training plus a salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme.The South Thames Colleges Group is made up of Carshalton College, Kingston College, Merton College and South Thames College, which merged on 1 August 2017. South Thames Colleges Group is one of London’s largest providers of post-16 education and training and is an ongoing and significant contributor to its local communities. We aim to put students’ success at the heart of everything we do.We are looking for hard-working and collaborative people who can join our team and help challenge our students to progress and achieve.When you click on ‘Apply’, you will be forwarded to the application page which sits on a platform hosted by an external partner called Blue Octopus who support STCG throughout the recruitment process.
      • kingston upon thames, london
      • full-time
      • Kingston College
      Term Time OnlyHere at Kingston College, a fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Teaching Assistant to join us, and support and mentor adult learners studying a range of programmes across the Commercial Industries & Access School. This will include Access to HE programmes, Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy and Early Years and Counselling.As our Teaching Assistant, you will support learners to access the curriculum, providing a mix of in class support, 1-1 support and assignment workshop support to ensure the successful completion of their qualifications. It could be that you help them develop their skills in report writing, essay writing, understanding, time management, reading or writing.We’re looking for someone who is educated to GCSE / Level 2 (or equivalent) with grades A*-C in English and Maths and who has experience of working successfully with young people or adults in a supporting / mentoring role. We’d like you to have a good working knowledge of relevant legislation and Codes of Practice such as SEND and safeguarding and have good administrative skills sufficient to keep high quality written records of learners’ smart targets based on the Individual Learning Plan.This is a permanent, full time position for 36 hours per week (Term Time Only). This role requires a flexible working pattern that includes some evening work.Closing date for the return of completed applications is 6th July ;The benefits package includes generous annual leave of 23 days plus up to 7 additional days over Christmas/New Year as well as an additional 5 days Wellbeing leave to enhance employees’ physical and mental health. This leave is all in addition to Bank Holiday entitlement. There is an excellent pension scheme that receives a significant financial contribution from the employer (Teachers Pensions or Local Government Pension Scheme), subsidised sports facilities and professional development and training plus a salary sacrifice cycle to work scheme.South Thames Colleges Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.The South Thames Colleges Group is made up of Carshalton College, Kingston College, Merton College and South Thames College, which merged on 1 August 2017. South Thames Colleges Group is one of London’s largest providers of post-16 education and training and is an ongoing and significant contributor to its local communities. We aim to put students’ success at the heart of everything we do.We are looking for hard-working and collaborative people who can join our team and help challenge our students to progress and achieve.When you click on ‘Apply’, you will be forwarded to the application page which sits on a platform hosted by an external partner called Blue Octopus who support STCG throughout the recruitment process.
      • bideford, sw
      • permanent
      • United Response
      Do you like the idea of a job with variety?Are you inspired by the idea of working and tutoring young people? Are you a driver?If you answered yes to these questions then United Response wants to hear from you! We are looking for friendly, patient people to join our education team in Bideford.ROC College is one of the brilliant ways we aim to provide the support that the people we work with actually need, not what we think they need. It’s all about helping young people and adults to learn and develop the key life skills they need in order to live as independently as possible.What does a Student Support do?The role of Student Support can be hugely varied as each person we support may need something different but you will be responsible for:Designing bespoke education plansPlanning lessons and activitiesFinding ways to encourage engagement in the communityDevelop life skillsThis may include employment, travelling, cooking etc.Assessing outcomes and progressTeaching functional maths and English skillsWhat we need from you:To be a successful Student Support you should be a proactive individual with the ability to use your initiative to ensure that you provide the most tailored content possible to the people you support. We are looking for an active, enthusiastic person who is keen to promote the benefits and opportunities that come from interacting with the community as much as possible. To be considered for the role of Student Support you don’t need previous teaching experience but we do ask for previous experience of working with learning disabilities and ideally behaviours that challenge. If you can combine these things with initiative, patience and good life skills then you will make a great Student Support. A driver for this role is essential.What you get from us:As well as a good degree of autonomy, development opportunities and the chance to make a difference you will receive:£ per hour term time only20 days paid annual leave (plus 8 bank holidays, pro rata for part time)Pension contributionAccess to free occupational health, physiotherapy, counselling and advice servicesFully paid training and access to nationally recognised qualificationsTravel to work scheme (season ticket loan)Access to an online shopping platform with discounts from over 3,500 retailersPlease note that this role is between the hours of 0900 and 1630, successful candidates will be subject to a full DBS check.If you would like to discuss this role in more detail please contact Carley o n if enquiring via email please mention the role and area
      • carshalton, london
      • full-time
      • South Thames College
      Permanent, Part Time (Term Time Only, 40 weeks per annum)The South Thames Colleges Group are now looking to recruit Learning Coaches;3 x FTE at Kingston College3 x FTE at Carshalton College2 x FTE at South Thames College, Wandsworth CampusThe role of Learning Coach is a rewarding one, as you will support and mentor learners with social, emotional and mental health needs, a disability, learning difficulty or medical condition, and/or with ESOL, English and Maths support needs, to enable them to successfully complete their qualifications, course and where appropriate, education, health and care plan (EHCP) outcomes.This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone looking to begin a career in education, especially for those who are recent graduates and looking to become a Teacher.Experience is not essential – all that we ask is that you are educated to GCSE/Level 2 or equivalent with grades A*-C in English and Mathematics or are prepared to study towards achieving this level. You will demonstrate the ability to use initiative, organise and prioritise and be able to communicate well at all levels. We would also like you to have good administration skills, to allow you to keep high quality written records of learner progress and set appropriate smart targets based on EHCP outcomes, agreed support plans and coursework.Closing date for the return of a complete online application is 30th June 2022The benefits package includes generous annual leave plus up to 7 additional days over Christmas/New Year as well as an additional 5 days Wellbeing leave to enhance employees’ physical and mental health. This leave is all in addition to Bank Holiday entitlement. There is an excellent pension scheme that receives a significant financial contribution from the employer (Teachers Pensions or Local Government Pension Scheme), subsidised sports facilities and professional development and training plus a salary sacrifice cycle to work ;The benefits package will be pro-rata for part time vacancies.South Thames Colleges group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and vulnerable adults.The South Thames Colleges Group is made up of Carshalton College, Kingston College, Merton College and South Thames College, which merged on 1 August 2017. South Thames Colleges Group is one of London’s largest providers of post-16 education and training and is an ongoing and significant contributor to its local communities. We aim to put students’ success at the heart of everything we do.We are looking for hard-working and collaborative people who can join our team and help challenge our students to progress and achieve.When you click on ‘Apply’, you will be forwarded to the application page which sits on a platform hosted by an external partner called Blue Octopus who support STCG throughout the recruitment process.
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