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    • salford, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £90 per day
    • randstad education
    PRU Teaching AssistantDo you have experience with working with people with additional needs?Are you looking for either a part time or full time role?Do you want to work in a team of skilled staff who will help you to develop your skills within the SEN sector?We are looking for enthusiastic and passionate people who are interested in supporting children with SEN. The successful candidate will help pupils academically, behaviourally and with some aspects of their care needs in a school in Manchester. You will also aid other staff members within the classroom. The pupils may have MLD, SLD, autism and SEMH. You will be working with children in Pupil Referral Units. There are many benefits to this job, including:Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sector Flexible working hoursExcellent staff trainingThe responsibilities that you would have are:To support the teacher in lessons and classroom managementAssisting pupils with academic tasksEncouraging independenceThe requirements for this role are:A DBS (preferably on the update service)Experience with working with people with additional needs or experience in the care industryBe committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for allTeam Teach training (training provided if required)The successful candidate will get to work in a supportive and caring learning environment with pupils who strive to do their best and strive to do their best educationally, emotionally and socially. You will be working in a school with staff who are committed to providing pupils with a broad, creative and inspiring curriculum within the school, the local community and in particular providing exciting work based learning.If you are interested with working with amazing pupils and supporting schools then please contact David on 0161 20 1906, alternatively you can email me on david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    PRU Teaching AssistantDo you have experience with working with people with additional needs?Are you looking for either a part time or full time role?Do you want to work in a team of skilled staff who will help you to develop your skills within the SEN sector?We are looking for enthusiastic and passionate people who are interested in supporting children with SEN. The successful candidate will help pupils academically, behaviourally and with some aspects of their care needs in a school in Manchester. You will also aid other staff members within the classroom. The pupils may have MLD, SLD, autism and SEMH. You will be working with children in Pupil Referral Units. There are many benefits to this job, including:Being able to work with a staff team who will aid your skill development in the SEN sector Flexible working hoursExcellent staff trainingThe responsibilities that you would have are:To support the teacher in lessons and classroom managementAssisting pupils with academic tasksEncouraging independenceThe requirements for this role are:A DBS (preferably on the update service)Experience with working with people with additional needs or experience in the care industryBe committed to achieving high standards of teaching and learning for allTeam Teach training (training provided if required)The successful candidate will get to work in a supportive and caring learning environment with pupils who strive to do their best and strive to do their best educationally, emotionally and socially. You will be working in a school with staff who are committed to providing pupils with a broad, creative and inspiring curriculum within the school, the local community and in particular providing exciting work based learning.If you are interested with working with amazing pupils and supporting schools then please contact David on 0161 20 1906, alternatively you can email me on david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    • salford, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £90 per day
    • randstad education
    Do you want to work with fun, energetic and interesting young people? Are you able to engage with a variety of personalities? Would you like the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of young people across the Salford area? If so, then we have various roles available across KS1,2,3 and 4. Including : Behaviour mentorsYouth engagement workers We are currently searching for talented, enthusiastic and charismatic applicants to work with young people in Pupil referral unit settings in the Salford area. Ideally applicants will be: CaringHave experience of working in PRU, youth work or SEN settingsShow confidence, punctuality and reliabilityPassionate about helping people achieve and progress.Motivational and EncouragingAble to adapt quickly and think outside the box Willing to guide and council young people Benefits of working with us include: Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainmentThe opportunity to work in a diverse role Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)Working alongside a skilled staff teamGreat rates of payYour responsibilities may include:Planning and delivering educational activitiesManaging behaviourListening / caringClassroom supportOne to one or small group work The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience in teaching pupils with SEN / challenging behavioursBeing passionate about providing an excellent learning experience Please note that roles and responsibilities will vary depending on the job applied for. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with challenging young people. You will be working in a nurturing environment where all the pupils' needs can be attended to. You will be given excellent training and gain lots of experience working with a brilliant group of young people.If this sounds like a career that you would be interested in, please call David on 0161 200 1904 or email your CV and any queries to david.palmer@randstandeducation.co.uk
    Do you want to work with fun, energetic and interesting young people? Are you able to engage with a variety of personalities? Would you like the opportunity to make a positive impact on the lives of young people across the Salford area? If so, then we have various roles available across KS1,2,3 and 4. Including : Behaviour mentorsYouth engagement workers We are currently searching for talented, enthusiastic and charismatic applicants to work with young people in Pupil referral unit settings in the Salford area. Ideally applicants will be: CaringHave experience of working in PRU, youth work or SEN settingsShow confidence, punctuality and reliabilityPassionate about helping people achieve and progress.Motivational and EncouragingAble to adapt quickly and think outside the box Willing to guide and council young people Benefits of working with us include: Working with small class sizes and gaining a more detailed understanding of the children's needs and attainmentThe opportunity to work in a diverse role Gaining experience and developing skills in teaching Special Educational Needs (SEN)Working alongside a skilled staff teamGreat rates of payYour responsibilities may include:Planning and delivering educational activitiesManaging behaviourListening / caringClassroom supportOne to one or small group work The requirements for this role are:A DBS on the update serviceExperience in teaching pupils with SEN / challenging behavioursBeing passionate about providing an excellent learning experience Please note that roles and responsibilities will vary depending on the job applied for. The successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with a fantastic staff team who will aid your development in working with challenging young people. You will be working in a nurturing environment where all the pupils' needs can be attended to. You will be given excellent training and gain lots of experience working with a brilliant group of young people.If this sounds like a career that you would be interested in, please call David on 0161 200 1904 or email your CV and any queries to david.palmer@randstandeducation.co.uk
    • salford, north west
    • contract
    • £65 - £75 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you dedicated to helping pupils to reach their full potential? Do you want to gain experience within a school setting and work with some amazing pupils with Special Education Needs (SEN)? We are looking for an innovative and motivated individual to support pupils between the ages of 2 and 7 in an SEN primary school in Salford. All of the pupils have an Education Health Care Plan and some of the pupils have profound, complex or challenging needs. Pupils' identified needs are profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Some pupils also have complex medical needs. The school provides a safe, stimulating environment in which all pupils have the opportunity to succeed. At the school they respect each other, the pupils and their families. They have a curriculum that is meaningful, inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for all. Through carefully planned holistic learning, pupils are enabled to achieve their best. The school has a number of facilities to enhance learning:A swimming / hydrotherapy poolA sensory studio2 soft playroomsAn art room2 HallsRebound TherapyA music room There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school with great facilities to aid pupils' learningThe opportunity to work in a school rated as good by OfstedFree parking on siteThe opportunity to further your professional development The responsibilities of this role include:Supporting the teacher in lessons and classroom managementHelping to deliver engaging lesson to pupilsTo attend and participate in any relevant meetingsTo help children with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding) The requirements for the role are:Experience working with children or adults with additional care needsA DBS on the update serviceBe committed to working with pupils to help them to achieve their bestTo support the pupils by understanding their individualised education programme (IEP), their level of progress and their communication systems (e.g. PECS / Signalong / Objects of Reference/Symbols) The successful candidate will work in an inclusive school, where pupils are treated with dignity and respect, where the school creates a purposeful and secure learning environment and achievements of successes are recognised and celebrated. You will work with a fantastic staff team who will aid you in your journey to becoming a fully skilled and well knowledgeable SEN teaching assistant.If you are a committed, nurturing, positive person who wants to make a difference in the lives of some amazing young people then this is the job for you. If you are interested, click APPLY, or feel free to contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk
    Are you dedicated to helping pupils to reach their full potential? Do you want to gain experience within a school setting and work with some amazing pupils with Special Education Needs (SEN)? We are looking for an innovative and motivated individual to support pupils between the ages of 2 and 7 in an SEN primary school in Salford. All of the pupils have an Education Health Care Plan and some of the pupils have profound, complex or challenging needs. Pupils' identified needs are profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe learning difficulties (SLD), multiple learning difficulties (MLD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Some pupils also have complex medical needs. The school provides a safe, stimulating environment in which all pupils have the opportunity to succeed. At the school they respect each other, the pupils and their families. They have a curriculum that is meaningful, inspiring and enjoyable, promoting achievement for all. Through carefully planned holistic learning, pupils are enabled to achieve their best. The school has a number of facilities to enhance learning:A swimming / hydrotherapy poolA sensory studio2 soft playroomsAn art room2 HallsRebound TherapyA music room There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school with great facilities to aid pupils' learningThe opportunity to work in a school rated as good by OfstedFree parking on siteThe opportunity to further your professional development The responsibilities of this role include:Supporting the teacher in lessons and classroom managementHelping to deliver engaging lesson to pupilsTo attend and participate in any relevant meetingsTo help children with their additional care needs (e.g. toileting, feeding) The requirements for the role are:Experience working with children or adults with additional care needsA DBS on the update serviceBe committed to working with pupils to help them to achieve their bestTo support the pupils by understanding their individualised education programme (IEP), their level of progress and their communication systems (e.g. PECS / Signalong / Objects of Reference/Symbols) The successful candidate will work in an inclusive school, where pupils are treated with dignity and respect, where the school creates a purposeful and secure learning environment and achievements of successes are recognised and celebrated. You will work with a fantastic staff team who will aid you in your journey to becoming a fully skilled and well knowledgeable SEN teaching assistant.If you are a committed, nurturing, positive person who wants to make a difference in the lives of some amazing young people then this is the job for you. If you are interested, click APPLY, or feel free to contact Nicola on 0161 200 1904 or email at nicola.holland@randstadeducation.co.uk

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