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      • tameside, north west
      • contract
      • £60 per day
      • randstad education
      Are you passionate about helping pupils achieve their best and helping them to reach theirfull potential?Do you have experience working with children or adults with additional care needs?Do you want to expand your career and gain experience working within the SEND sector?We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a high school and supportpupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning Septemberuntil the end of the academic year. The school is based in the Tameside area. The schoolstrives every day to improve their provision for their pupils and they want to be offeringtheir pupils the absolutely best education possible. The school believes that inclusion meanshaving the pupils' needs met - both within school subjects, but also including their social andemotional needs that underpin academic progress. The pupils in the school may have severelearning difficulties (SLD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and profound and multiplelearning difficulties (PMLD).Their vision for their school: They aim to prepare pupils to have the richest life experiences possible Help pupils to learn as much about the world as possible. Support pupils in increasing their confidence and help them to be caring andresponsible citizens. Aid pupils to maximise their opportunities in the world.The way that they want to teach pupils to " maximise their opportunities in the world" is bydeveloping their functional skills in the areas of: Communication Thinking Skills Working with others; including cooperation, socially effective behaviour andvocational skills Improving own learning Vocational skillsThere are many benefits of this role, including: Working in a school rated outstanding by Ofsted Gaining valuable experience in the SEND sector Working with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop yourskills as a teaching assistant Working with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include: Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessons Working in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupils Helping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plans Assist pupils with personal careThe requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience with children or adults with additional care needs Be committed to achieving high levels of attainment for students Have a good team ethic, want to support and make a differenceThis is an amazing opportunity to gain some valuable experience working in an outstandingschool with a staff team who want to help the students achieve their best. You will gain amagnitude of experience within the school including working within the SEND sector anddiscovering different ways of teaching pupils the curriculum so that each individual pupil hasa way of understanding the content of the lesson.If you want the opportunity to create a positive learning environment for some wonderfulpupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contactLaura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
      Are you passionate about helping pupils achieve their best and helping them to reach theirfull potential?Do you have experience working with children or adults with additional care needs?Do you want to expand your career and gain experience working within the SEND sector?We are looking for a motivated and passionate person to work in a high school and supportpupils between the ages of 11 and 16. This role would be full-time, beginning Septemberuntil the end of the academic year. The school is based in the Tameside area. The schoolstrives every day to improve their provision for their pupils and they want to be offeringtheir pupils the absolutely best education possible. The school believes that inclusion meanshaving the pupils' needs met - both within school subjects, but also including their social andemotional needs that underpin academic progress. The pupils in the school may have severelearning difficulties (SLD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and profound and multiplelearning difficulties (PMLD).Their vision for their school: They aim to prepare pupils to have the richest life experiences possible Help pupils to learn as much about the world as possible. Support pupils in increasing their confidence and help them to be caring andresponsible citizens. Aid pupils to maximise their opportunities in the world.The way that they want to teach pupils to " maximise their opportunities in the world" is bydeveloping their functional skills in the areas of: Communication Thinking Skills Working with others; including cooperation, socially effective behaviour andvocational skills Improving own learning Vocational skillsThere are many benefits of this role, including: Working in a school rated outstanding by Ofsted Gaining valuable experience in the SEND sector Working with a supportive staff network who are willing to help you develop yourskills as a teaching assistant Working with children who are eager to learnThe responsibilities of the role include: Supporting the teacher deliver informative and engaging lessons Working in small groups and on a one to one basis with some pupils Helping the teacher to devise innovative lesson plans Assist pupils with personal careThe requirements for the role are: A DBS on the update service Experience with children or adults with additional care needs Be committed to achieving high levels of attainment for students Have a good team ethic, want to support and make a differenceThis is an amazing opportunity to gain some valuable experience working in an outstandingschool with a staff team who want to help the students achieve their best. You will gain amagnitude of experience within the school including working within the SEND sector anddiscovering different ways of teaching pupils the curriculum so that each individual pupil hasa way of understanding the content of the lesson.If you want the opportunity to create a positive learning environment for some wonderfulpupils and think you would perform well in this role and are interested in applying, contactLaura on 0161 200 1904 or email at laura.vickers@randstad.co.uk
      • tameside, north west
      • contract
      • £10.00 - £12.00, per hour, CPD
      • randstad education
      Are you experienced in supporting children or adults with addition needs either in Schools, Colleges or Health and Social care settings? Are you passionate about supporting people in achieving the best they can? Are you able to support young people with barriers to their learning (including social, emotional, behavioural) ? Do you have the ability to deal with challenging situations professionally, crisis manage and manage change (keep calm in difficult situations)?If so we could have a wonderful opportunity for you!The position is at a local college to support learners aged between 16 -24 with wide range of abilities in the classroom, students have a personalised and flexible programme of study to equip them with the skills they need for the working world and community.The role will involve supporting the teacher in the classroom and supporting children with their learning 1:1 or across the group. You will need:The ability to motivate learners with differing abilities and needsExperience of supporting learners with difficulties/disabilities Responsibility's:Facilitate effective student learning Ensure that support is recorded, monitored and reported through the administrative systemsUndertake support with some areas of personal care Assist in the development and adaptation of learning resources/materials to meet individual learner needsProvide student advice, support, and inductionEnsure that policies on Health and Safety are fully implemented Observe and implement the Equal Opportunity Policy'sHave responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons who you are responsible for, or come into contact withYou will benefit fromWorking with a dedicated, supportive and enthusiastic team of staff A superb learning environment with excellent resources to facilitate learningAdditional training/CPD - Commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including; adverse childhood experiences, safeguarding and working with Autism and Team Teach Please apply now or call 0161 200 1906 and ask to speak to Jennifer for more details or contact on: jennifer.crowder1@randstadeducation.co.uk. If this doesn't sound like the right opportunity for you, please get in touch to discuss similar roles and your experience, we may have other positions that you would be interested in.
      Are you experienced in supporting children or adults with addition needs either in Schools, Colleges or Health and Social care settings? Are you passionate about supporting people in achieving the best they can? Are you able to support young people with barriers to their learning (including social, emotional, behavioural) ? Do you have the ability to deal with challenging situations professionally, crisis manage and manage change (keep calm in difficult situations)?If so we could have a wonderful opportunity for you!The position is at a local college to support learners aged between 16 -24 with wide range of abilities in the classroom, students have a personalised and flexible programme of study to equip them with the skills they need for the working world and community.The role will involve supporting the teacher in the classroom and supporting children with their learning 1:1 or across the group. You will need:The ability to motivate learners with differing abilities and needsExperience of supporting learners with difficulties/disabilities Responsibility's:Facilitate effective student learning Ensure that support is recorded, monitored and reported through the administrative systemsUndertake support with some areas of personal care Assist in the development and adaptation of learning resources/materials to meet individual learner needsProvide student advice, support, and inductionEnsure that policies on Health and Safety are fully implemented Observe and implement the Equal Opportunity Policy'sHave responsibility for promoting and safeguarding the welfare of children and young persons who you are responsible for, or come into contact withYou will benefit fromWorking with a dedicated, supportive and enthusiastic team of staff A superb learning environment with excellent resources to facilitate learningAdditional training/CPD - Commitment to your continuing professional development through free training including; adverse childhood experiences, safeguarding and working with Autism and Team Teach Please apply now or call 0161 200 1906 and ask to speak to Jennifer for more details or contact on: jennifer.crowder1@randstadeducation.co.uk. If this doesn't sound like the right opportunity for you, please get in touch to discuss similar roles and your experience, we may have other positions that you would be interested in.

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