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    • stockport, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £80 per day
    • randstad education
    Do you want to make a difference for all the children that you work with? Are you able to engage with Children and Young People who's talents are different and varied?Do you have amazing ideas for enhancing the curriculum? Randstad is looking for an enthusiastic, flexible and hardworking individual who has a passion for teaching. Have you worked with children before, or volunteered in a child involved role? This could be the job for you, Randstad are looking for SEN Teaching Assistants in and around the Stockport area. The SEN Teaching Assistant role is a highly rewarding role that requires a patient and proactive individual. You will be working closely with students with additional educational needs, working one-to-one or in small groups. The successful candidate needs to have exceptional behaviour management skills, be able to work under their own initiative and create relationships with the students. You will not just be an educator - you will be a mentor and someone for students with additional needs to talk too. You will be the eyes and ears of the classroom, managing behaviour and resolving any issues that arise. The successful candidate will be supporting in the classroom with a range of subjects including Maths and English to a mixture of students from a variety of backgrounds. Benefits:refer a friend scheme with the chance to earn £300Chances to develop your skill set in SENGaining experience in a SEN roleSupport network through Randstad and the school teamSeeing your children thrive and achieve their targetsDedicated consultant at Randstad to help you through the recruitment process and support you during your working career with us Responsibilities:Encouraging complex needs students to excel and be the best they can,Looking after students emotional, physical and social well being,Supporting the class teacher to run lessons,Providing one-to-one support to students who need additional help or have additional learning needs,You will be the extra eyes and ears of the classroom - supporting the needs of the teacher to run the lesson smoothly,Being able to communicate well with children, managing their behaviour and resolving any issues Requirements:Minimum 3 months previous experience working with childrenExperience in a SEN role (preferred but not required)Team Teach Qualified (preferred but not required)Being able to build rapport quickly with students and staffBeing passionate about working with childrenBeing patient and kind with an approachable personality If this role is similar to what you are looking for, we have multiple different roles available, please feel free to ring the number below and we can find a role suited to you.If you feel this role is what you want apply now or please call caitlyn on 0161 200 1930 or email caitlyn.metcalfe@randstad.co.uk
    Do you want to make a difference for all the children that you work with? Are you able to engage with Children and Young People who's talents are different and varied?Do you have amazing ideas for enhancing the curriculum? Randstad is looking for an enthusiastic, flexible and hardworking individual who has a passion for teaching. Have you worked with children before, or volunteered in a child involved role? This could be the job for you, Randstad are looking for SEN Teaching Assistants in and around the Stockport area. The SEN Teaching Assistant role is a highly rewarding role that requires a patient and proactive individual. You will be working closely with students with additional educational needs, working one-to-one or in small groups. The successful candidate needs to have exceptional behaviour management skills, be able to work under their own initiative and create relationships with the students. You will not just be an educator - you will be a mentor and someone for students with additional needs to talk too. You will be the eyes and ears of the classroom, managing behaviour and resolving any issues that arise. The successful candidate will be supporting in the classroom with a range of subjects including Maths and English to a mixture of students from a variety of backgrounds. Benefits:refer a friend scheme with the chance to earn £300Chances to develop your skill set in SENGaining experience in a SEN roleSupport network through Randstad and the school teamSeeing your children thrive and achieve their targetsDedicated consultant at Randstad to help you through the recruitment process and support you during your working career with us Responsibilities:Encouraging complex needs students to excel and be the best they can,Looking after students emotional, physical and social well being,Supporting the class teacher to run lessons,Providing one-to-one support to students who need additional help or have additional learning needs,You will be the extra eyes and ears of the classroom - supporting the needs of the teacher to run the lesson smoothly,Being able to communicate well with children, managing their behaviour and resolving any issues Requirements:Minimum 3 months previous experience working with childrenExperience in a SEN role (preferred but not required)Team Teach Qualified (preferred but not required)Being able to build rapport quickly with students and staffBeing passionate about working with childrenBeing patient and kind with an approachable personality If this role is similar to what you are looking for, we have multiple different roles available, please feel free to ring the number below and we can find a role suited to you.If you feel this role is what you want apply now or please call caitlyn on 0161 200 1930 or email caitlyn.metcalfe@randstad.co.uk
    • stockport, north west
    • contract
    • £120 - £150 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you an experienced SEN teacher? Can you create a nurturing environment for young people to learn and thrive? Is resilience one of your key strengths? If so, we would love to hear from you, my client is looking for KS2 and KS3 teachers with knowledge and experience of working with children on the Autistic spectrum. Location: Disley, Stockport Our clients vision is simple, every provision we operate will be recognised as 'outstanding' in every way.We will never be the biggest, but we will lead, and others will follow.About the role:As a KS2/3 Teacher, you will be an integral part of our team who put the children and young people at the heart of everything we do. You will plan, assess and deliver outstanding teaching and learning using proven methods and approaches that enable all young people to learn, whilst ensuring that pastoral needs are also met. You will establish excellent relationships with parents and carers and inspire trust and confidence in pupils, colleagues, families and other professionals.About you:For this role, we are looking for someone who is an who has taught English or Maths up to KS3 (or has the ability to do so), who has a teaching degree or equivalent and holds QTS, or is working towards and must have Maths and English GCSE at grades 9 to 4 (A*-C), or equivalent. You will have teaching experience including working with children with ASC and challenging behaviour, whether in a mainstream or special needs setting and experience of using the TEACCH approach. We would love to hear from you if you share our passion and commitment to developing confident and capable young people by meeting their educational, health and social care needs in structured, nurturing school and home provisions.Why work for us?a competitive salary and generous annual leave entitlementa comprehensive induction programme so you can hit the ground runningcontinued professional development and trainingenhanced pension contributionsa friendly, passionate and committed team of like minded colleaguesBenefits include:£500 refer-a-friend bonusOFSTED bonuseslife insurancecycle to work scheme and laptop loansdiscounts on cinema trips, electronics, fashion, home and garden, travel, groceries, gifts, utilities, health and fitnessbirthday treatslong service and employee of the month awardsemployee assistance and counselling service, well-being support and adviceoptional flu jab About us:The school is an independent specialist residential primary and secondary education setting for children and young people aged between the ages of 7 and 16. We support and care for children with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs, individuals on the autism spectrum and young people with ADHD, dyspraxia and dyslexia.We look for people to join our staff team who have the creativity and enthusiasm needed to deliver the best outcomes for the children and young people.They are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its children and young people and we expect all staff to share this commitment. Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility. You will be expected to engage in annual safeguarding training, be familiar with key policies and ensure you know the steps to take should you be made aware of a safeguarding or child protection concern. You will remain vigilant and act swiftly if you have concerns about a child and be an appropriate role model for both children and colleagues at all times.The successful candidate is required to provide references and will be expected to undertake an enhanced DBS check. We are an equal opportunities employer welcoming applications from all sections of the community. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020 For further information please contact David at Randstad Education on 0161 200 1904 or email david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    Are you an experienced SEN teacher? Can you create a nurturing environment for young people to learn and thrive? Is resilience one of your key strengths? If so, we would love to hear from you, my client is looking for KS2 and KS3 teachers with knowledge and experience of working with children on the Autistic spectrum. Location: Disley, Stockport Our clients vision is simple, every provision we operate will be recognised as 'outstanding' in every way.We will never be the biggest, but we will lead, and others will follow.About the role:As a KS2/3 Teacher, you will be an integral part of our team who put the children and young people at the heart of everything we do. You will plan, assess and deliver outstanding teaching and learning using proven methods and approaches that enable all young people to learn, whilst ensuring that pastoral needs are also met. You will establish excellent relationships with parents and carers and inspire trust and confidence in pupils, colleagues, families and other professionals.About you:For this role, we are looking for someone who is an who has taught English or Maths up to KS3 (or has the ability to do so), who has a teaching degree or equivalent and holds QTS, or is working towards and must have Maths and English GCSE at grades 9 to 4 (A*-C), or equivalent. You will have teaching experience including working with children with ASC and challenging behaviour, whether in a mainstream or special needs setting and experience of using the TEACCH approach. We would love to hear from you if you share our passion and commitment to developing confident and capable young people by meeting their educational, health and social care needs in structured, nurturing school and home provisions.Why work for us?a competitive salary and generous annual leave entitlementa comprehensive induction programme so you can hit the ground runningcontinued professional development and trainingenhanced pension contributionsa friendly, passionate and committed team of like minded colleaguesBenefits include:£500 refer-a-friend bonusOFSTED bonuseslife insurancecycle to work scheme and laptop loansdiscounts on cinema trips, electronics, fashion, home and garden, travel, groceries, gifts, utilities, health and fitnessbirthday treatslong service and employee of the month awardsemployee assistance and counselling service, well-being support and adviceoptional flu jab About us:The school is an independent specialist residential primary and secondary education setting for children and young people aged between the ages of 7 and 16. We support and care for children with social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs, individuals on the autism spectrum and young people with ADHD, dyspraxia and dyslexia.We look for people to join our staff team who have the creativity and enthusiasm needed to deliver the best outcomes for the children and young people.They are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its children and young people and we expect all staff to share this commitment. Safeguarding is everyone's responsibility. You will be expected to engage in annual safeguarding training, be familiar with key policies and ensure you know the steps to take should you be made aware of a safeguarding or child protection concern. You will remain vigilant and act swiftly if you have concerns about a child and be an appropriate role model for both children and colleagues at all times.The successful candidate is required to provide references and will be expected to undertake an enhanced DBS check. We are an equal opportunities employer welcoming applications from all sections of the community. This post is exempt from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and the amendments to the Exceptions Order 1975, 2013 and 2020 For further information please contact David at Randstad Education on 0161 200 1904 or email david.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    • stockport, north west
    • contract
    • £60 - £75 per year
    • randstad education
    Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children who are eager to learn?Are you interested in gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector?We are looking for a dedicated and hard-working individual to work with some amazing pupils in aschool that provides education to young people between the ages of 2 to 19 years old. The childrenmay have complex learning disabilities combined with significant communication difficultiesincluding little or no oral language. The school has expertise with autism spectrum conditions (ASD) deafblindness/multi-sensory impairment, hearing impairment with additional needs, profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), auditory processing disorder, visual impairment including cortical visual impairment with additional needs and additional medical needs including progressive and degenerative conditions. The school offers a wide range of inclusive sport, health and leisure activities for the community, their students and staff. The schools vision is for the children and young people in their care to be safe, happy and to achieve the best possible outcomes so that they are valued and valuable members of their communities. To achieve this, they have many different facilities for the pupils to use. These include a swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a sports hall with a climbing wall, sensory rooms, gamelan suit, audiology clinic, medical centre and a fitnesssuite. The school is based in Cheadle Hulme.The schools curriculum was made to devise teaching and learning programmes to meet the needs of individual students' destinations when leaving school and to work in partnership and co-operation with parents, residential staff and other professionals who share the responsibility for the well-being of the individual and the development of self esteem. The schools aims to use the curriculum to ensure equal opportunity of access to all relevant aspects of the curriculum regardless of the nature and degree of disability gender, race, and culture of each individual. They aim to offer each student the opportunity to develop their personality by allowing choice and the pursuit of personal areas ofinterest and to provide each student with a stimulating, challenging, supportive and inclusivelearning environment.The schools values: Aspiration Collaboration Integrity Respect TrustThere are several benefits of working in this job role, including: Working in a school rated outstanding in their last Ofsted inspection Gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector Working in a school with some of the best facilities and equipment in the country The opportunity to work in a diverse roleYour responsibilities will include: Supporting the teacher within the classroom Helping the pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting) Working with pupils both one to one and in small groups Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, putting out equipment)The requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Experience either with children or adults with additional care needs A strong regard for pupils safety and well-being Reading, writing, numeracy and communication skillsThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with an amazing staff network that willsupport you on your journey to becoming an experienced teaching assistant. You will be working in acaring, warm and friendly environment with children who are eager to learn. If you are interested inthis job role and would like to apply, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email atlaura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    Do you want to make a difference in the lives of children who are eager to learn?Are you interested in gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector?We are looking for a dedicated and hard-working individual to work with some amazing pupils in aschool that provides education to young people between the ages of 2 to 19 years old. The childrenmay have complex learning disabilities combined with significant communication difficultiesincluding little or no oral language. The school has expertise with autism spectrum conditions (ASD) deafblindness/multi-sensory impairment, hearing impairment with additional needs, profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD), auditory processing disorder, visual impairment including cortical visual impairment with additional needs and additional medical needs including progressive and degenerative conditions. The school offers a wide range of inclusive sport, health and leisure activities for the community, their students and staff. The schools vision is for the children and young people in their care to be safe, happy and to achieve the best possible outcomes so that they are valued and valuable members of their communities. To achieve this, they have many different facilities for the pupils to use. These include a swimming pool, a hydrotherapy pool, a sports hall with a climbing wall, sensory rooms, gamelan suit, audiology clinic, medical centre and a fitnesssuite. The school is based in Cheadle Hulme.The schools curriculum was made to devise teaching and learning programmes to meet the needs of individual students' destinations when leaving school and to work in partnership and co-operation with parents, residential staff and other professionals who share the responsibility for the well-being of the individual and the development of self esteem. The schools aims to use the curriculum to ensure equal opportunity of access to all relevant aspects of the curriculum regardless of the nature and degree of disability gender, race, and culture of each individual. They aim to offer each student the opportunity to develop their personality by allowing choice and the pursuit of personal areas ofinterest and to provide each student with a stimulating, challenging, supportive and inclusivelearning environment.The schools values: Aspiration Collaboration Integrity Respect TrustThere are several benefits of working in this job role, including: Working in a school rated outstanding in their last Ofsted inspection Gaining valuable experience in the SEN sector Working in a school with some of the best facilities and equipment in the country The opportunity to work in a diverse roleYour responsibilities will include: Supporting the teacher within the classroom Helping the pupils with their additional care needs (e.g. feeding, toileting) Working with pupils both one to one and in small groups Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, putting out equipment)The requirements for this role are: A DBS on the update service Experience either with children or adults with additional care needs A strong regard for pupils safety and well-being Reading, writing, numeracy and communication skillsThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work with an amazing staff network that willsupport you on your journey to becoming an experienced teaching assistant. You will be working in acaring, warm and friendly environment with children who are eager to learn. If you are interested inthis job role and would like to apply, please contact Laura on 0161 200 1904 or email atlaura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
    • stockport, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £90 per day
    • randstad education
    Alternative provision Teaching Assistant (x3)Do you have experience working with pupils with complex needs?Do you want to help support pupils in a Pupil referral unit (PRU) school?Do you want a job where no two days are the same? We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a PRU / Alternative education school and support pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning after the October half term. The school is based in the Stockport area. The School provides high-quality, supportive, and inspirational teaching to 11 - 16-year-olds at Key Stage 3 and 4. They have a bespoke approach which ensures positive progression either back into mainstream education, or into the world of further education, work-based learning, or employment. There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school with a good Ofsted ratingGaining valuable experience in the SEND sectorWorking with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop your skills as a teaching assistantWorking with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include:Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessonsWorking in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupilsHelping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plansmanage behaviour in the classroom and around the school. The requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience with children or young adults in an educational settingBe committed to achieving high levels of attainment for studentsHave a good team ethic, want to support and make a differenceThe ability to communicate with children from diverse backgroundsBe comfortable working with children who may have faced struggles in School and require that extra supportConfidence in behaviour management skillsIf you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact David on 0161 200 1904 or email at David.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    Alternative provision Teaching Assistant (x3)Do you have experience working with pupils with complex needs?Do you want to help support pupils in a Pupil referral unit (PRU) school?Do you want a job where no two days are the same? We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a PRU / Alternative education school and support pupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning after the October half term. The school is based in the Stockport area. The School provides high-quality, supportive, and inspirational teaching to 11 - 16-year-olds at Key Stage 3 and 4. They have a bespoke approach which ensures positive progression either back into mainstream education, or into the world of further education, work-based learning, or employment. There are many benefits of this role, including:Working in a school with a good Ofsted ratingGaining valuable experience in the SEND sectorWorking with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop your skills as a teaching assistantWorking with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include:Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessonsWorking in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupilsHelping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plansmanage behaviour in the classroom and around the school. The requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience with children or young adults in an educational settingBe committed to achieving high levels of attainment for studentsHave a good team ethic, want to support and make a differenceThe ability to communicate with children from diverse backgroundsBe comfortable working with children who may have faced struggles in School and require that extra supportConfidence in behaviour management skillsIf you want the opportunity to creative a positive learning environment for some wonderful pupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contact David on 0161 200 1904 or email at David.palmer@randstadeducation.co.uk
    • stockport, north west
    • contract
    • £70 - £90 per day
    • randstad education
    Are you an experienced Teaching Assistant? 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 Stockport area of Greater Manchester. 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
    Are you an experienced Teaching Assistant? 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 Stockport area of Greater Manchester. 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

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