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        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £65 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you experienced or qualified in supporting children and young adults? We have a rewarding opportunity to work as a Teaching Assistant in a special needs setting in Leeds.You will initially be working on a supply basis, but there is the opportunity to apply for long term and permanent positions within the setting.Responsibilities include:Working with small groups of children and with children on a one to one basisPreparation of lesson resourcesWorking closely with other LSAs and support staffPreparation of lesson resourcesCollaboration with classroom teacher to organise appropriate activitiesLiaising with other professionals such as social workers and speech therapistsEssential requirements:Experience of working with young people with SEN needsComfortable in managing challenging behaviours and confident in your ability to control itAbility to engage and build rapport with young peopleBe creative, proactive and flexible in your supporting style To be able to provide a nurturing and caring connection with vulnerable students Resilience when faced with challenges, the ability to remain calm when faced with testing behaviours.Primary or secondary curriculum experience Enhanced DBS on the update service (opportunity to prepare this with Randstad if not) Benefits include:Competitive rates of payFree Team teach trainingChance to receive £300* if you refer a friendExclusive online services Holiday accruement An allowance for flexibility Opportunity for progression into permanent roles Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Apply today!
        Are you experienced or qualified in supporting children and young adults? We have a rewarding opportunity to work as a Teaching Assistant in a special needs setting in Leeds.You will initially be working on a supply basis, but there is the opportunity to apply for long term and permanent positions within the setting.Responsibilities include:Working with small groups of children and with children on a one to one basisPreparation of lesson resourcesWorking closely with other LSAs and support staffPreparation of lesson resourcesCollaboration with classroom teacher to organise appropriate activitiesLiaising with other professionals such as social workers and speech therapistsEssential requirements:Experience of working with young people with SEN needsComfortable in managing challenging behaviours and confident in your ability to control itAbility to engage and build rapport with young peopleBe creative, proactive and flexible in your supporting style To be able to provide a nurturing and caring connection with vulnerable students Resilience when faced with challenges, the ability to remain calm when faced with testing behaviours.Primary or secondary curriculum experience Enhanced DBS on the update service (opportunity to prepare this with Randstad if not) Benefits include:Competitive rates of payFree Team teach trainingChance to receive £300* if you refer a friendExclusive online services Holiday accruement An allowance for flexibility Opportunity for progression into permanent roles Do you feel that this is a role you would relish and thrive in? Could you contribute to making a valid transformation to someone's future? Are you ready for a challenge? Apply today!
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £10,000 - £11,000 per year
        • randstad education
        Apprentice Nursery Assistant Our client is looking to appoint an enthusiastic Apprentice Nursery Assistant who is keen to start a fulfilling career working with babies and young children. This highly successful children's day nursery provides a stimulating, nurturing environment where young minds can develop and learn from the environment around them with a focus on nature and the outdoors. They provide an extremely high standard of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care for children placed in the setting. This role will provide a fantastic opportunity for someone looking for a chance to "earn while you learn" in a well-established nursery in Leeds with an experienced staff team. You will be given the opportunity to gain and develop new skills and experiences, whilst working towards a Level 3 apprenticeship standard for the Early Years Educator. Duties will include:* To undertake training and development to meet the requirements of the EYFS framework* To provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care for children placed in the setting* Uphold impeccable levels of hygiene* To give support to other personnel within the setting* Operate a programme of activities suitable to the age range of children in conjunction with other staff* Work with all staff to ensure children settle well and feel safe and secure during their time in nursery* Support all staff and engage in a good staff team* To be flexible within working practices of the setting. Be prepared to help where needed, including to undertake certain domestic jobs within the setting, e.g. preparation of snack meals, cleansing of equipment etc.* To actively promote and support the safeguarding of children and young people in the workplace, ensuring organisation policies and procedures are observed at all timesIf you are keen to start your career in early years education and would prefer a hands-on employment based route to qualified status then this is the opportunity for you
        Apprentice Nursery Assistant Our client is looking to appoint an enthusiastic Apprentice Nursery Assistant who is keen to start a fulfilling career working with babies and young children. This highly successful children's day nursery provides a stimulating, nurturing environment where young minds can develop and learn from the environment around them with a focus on nature and the outdoors. They provide an extremely high standard of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care for children placed in the setting. This role will provide a fantastic opportunity for someone looking for a chance to "earn while you learn" in a well-established nursery in Leeds with an experienced staff team. You will be given the opportunity to gain and develop new skills and experiences, whilst working towards a Level 3 apprenticeship standard for the Early Years Educator. Duties will include:* To undertake training and development to meet the requirements of the EYFS framework* To provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care for children placed in the setting* Uphold impeccable levels of hygiene* To give support to other personnel within the setting* Operate a programme of activities suitable to the age range of children in conjunction with other staff* Work with all staff to ensure children settle well and feel safe and secure during their time in nursery* Support all staff and engage in a good staff team* To be flexible within working practices of the setting. Be prepared to help where needed, including to undertake certain domestic jobs within the setting, e.g. preparation of snack meals, cleansing of equipment etc.* To actively promote and support the safeguarding of children and young people in the workplace, ensuring organisation policies and procedures are observed at all timesIf you are keen to start your career in early years education and would prefer a hands-on employment based route to qualified status then this is the opportunity for you
        • bradford, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £60 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        L3 Teaching Assistant Year 5Are you a Teaching Assistant ready for a fresh start this September? Looking for a School which offers training for Teaching Assistants to progress in their career? Randstad are helping an OFSTED "good" School in Bradford appoint a Teaching Assistant for their Year 5 class on a fixed term basis starting September 2021. Benefits:Welcoming work environmentMotivated pupilsExcellent team spirit amongst staffSenior leaders who are approachable and supportiveInternal benefit scheme Your role:Provide support for pupils, Teachers and also the School in order to cater for their day to day needsPro actively work as part of a team Consistently support, recognise and respond to the individual needs of pupils Promote a safe inclusive learning environment for all pupils Be a positive role model to pupils setting high expectations Encourage pupil engagement with activities and provide feedback to their progressWork effectively with the classroom teacher to promote a positive learning environmentMonitor and evaluate pupil?s progress and provide feedback to the teacherBe aware of and comply with relevant policies and procedures Contribute and help achieve the overall aims of the schoolSupervise pupils on trips, visits and out of school activities Requirements:Qualified Teaching Assistant, Level 3 Teaching Assistant, SEN TA, SEN Teaching AssistantPrevious experience working with Primary School pupils of relevant age If you would like to discuss the role further please contact Chelsea at the Leeds office on 0113 246 2500 or alternatively email your CV across to Chelsea by clicking apply now!All applicants will be subject to relevant safeguarding and DBS checks.If this job is not for you but you know someone who may be interested in this role then we do offer a refer a friend scheme where you can get £300 worth of Love to shop vouchers.
        L3 Teaching Assistant Year 5Are you a Teaching Assistant ready for a fresh start this September? Looking for a School which offers training for Teaching Assistants to progress in their career? Randstad are helping an OFSTED "good" School in Bradford appoint a Teaching Assistant for their Year 5 class on a fixed term basis starting September 2021. Benefits:Welcoming work environmentMotivated pupilsExcellent team spirit amongst staffSenior leaders who are approachable and supportiveInternal benefit scheme Your role:Provide support for pupils, Teachers and also the School in order to cater for their day to day needsPro actively work as part of a team Consistently support, recognise and respond to the individual needs of pupils Promote a safe inclusive learning environment for all pupils Be a positive role model to pupils setting high expectations Encourage pupil engagement with activities and provide feedback to their progressWork effectively with the classroom teacher to promote a positive learning environmentMonitor and evaluate pupil?s progress and provide feedback to the teacherBe aware of and comply with relevant policies and procedures Contribute and help achieve the overall aims of the schoolSupervise pupils on trips, visits and out of school activities Requirements:Qualified Teaching Assistant, Level 3 Teaching Assistant, SEN TA, SEN Teaching AssistantPrevious experience working with Primary School pupils of relevant age If you would like to discuss the role further please contact Chelsea at the Leeds office on 0113 246 2500 or alternatively email your CV across to Chelsea by clicking apply now!All applicants will be subject to relevant safeguarding and DBS checks.If this job is not for you but you know someone who may be interested in this role then we do offer a refer a friend scheme where you can get £300 worth of Love to shop vouchers.
        • bradford, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £25,714 - £38,633 per year
        • randstad education
        Year 6 Teacher Maternity cover Bradford Are you a Year 6 Teacher? Do you have the ability to build a excellent rapport with children? Are you a enthusiastic Teacher looking for a new challenge this September? Then this School in Bradford needs you! The position will cover maternity leave for the class Teacher. This is a full time position starting September 2021 until August 2022The School will offer: Full time work from September 2021 - August 2022 Strong and welcoming colleagues CPD courses internal and external A variety of innovative resources A supportive work environment Well behaved pupils who are willing to learn Responsibilities:Provide a safe learning environment for pupilsBe well organised and innovative to promote pupil engagementCater for the diverse needs of pupils in the classroomBe committed to ensure excellent pupil progress Work effectively as part of a team to plan in line with the National curriculum Be a positive role model to the pupilsCommunicate effectively with parents and colleagues in regards to development and plansAttend and contribute to phase meetingsThe successful candidate will: PGCE, B ED, GTP, SCITT and any other qualification that will award QTS Recent experience teachingExcellent organisation and creativity skills The ability to build a positive rapport with children If this position is for you do not hesitate to apply! Click Apply Now or contact Chelsea at Randstad Education to find out more on 0113 246 2500. We are always interested in talking with Education professionals no matter where you are in your career.All applicants will be subject to relevant safeguarding and DBS checks.If this job is not for you but you know someone who may be interested in this role then we do offer a refer a friend scheme where you can get £300 worth of Love to shop vouchers
        Year 6 Teacher Maternity cover Bradford Are you a Year 6 Teacher? Do you have the ability to build a excellent rapport with children? Are you a enthusiastic Teacher looking for a new challenge this September? Then this School in Bradford needs you! The position will cover maternity leave for the class Teacher. This is a full time position starting September 2021 until August 2022The School will offer: Full time work from September 2021 - August 2022 Strong and welcoming colleagues CPD courses internal and external A variety of innovative resources A supportive work environment Well behaved pupils who are willing to learn Responsibilities:Provide a safe learning environment for pupilsBe well organised and innovative to promote pupil engagementCater for the diverse needs of pupils in the classroomBe committed to ensure excellent pupil progress Work effectively as part of a team to plan in line with the National curriculum Be a positive role model to the pupilsCommunicate effectively with parents and colleagues in regards to development and plansAttend and contribute to phase meetingsThe successful candidate will: PGCE, B ED, GTP, SCITT and any other qualification that will award QTS Recent experience teachingExcellent organisation and creativity skills The ability to build a positive rapport with children If this position is for you do not hesitate to apply! Click Apply Now or contact Chelsea at Randstad Education to find out more on 0113 246 2500. We are always interested in talking with Education professionals no matter where you are in your career.All applicants will be subject to relevant safeguarding and DBS checks.If this job is not for you but you know someone who may be interested in this role then we do offer a refer a friend scheme where you can get £300 worth of Love to shop vouchers
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £120 - £180 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an iMedia teacher who can equip students with a wide range of digital skills and encourage independence, creativity and awareness of the digital media sector? Do you have the ability to engage pupils curiosity to understand the basics of interactive multimedia products with creative, engaging lessons? Would you like to work in a school with a highly supportive learning environment?An exciting opportunity has become available for an iMedia teacher to join a successful secondary school in Leeds. This post is to start in September 2021, for a term in the first instance, possibly a school year for the right candidate.The school are looking to appoint someone who is creative, passionate and has a thorough knowledge of this specialist subject. The right candidate will be able to teach iMedia to KS3 and KS4. This is a nurturing school, one in which there is a strong sense of responsibility towards each other. the school has a well established reputation for their care, guidance and support ensuring all learners are afforded a high level of structure and personalised development.What the school will require from you:Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons and enable students with varying abilities to access the KS3 & KS4 curriculumBe an outstanding and innovative classroom practitioner who can lead and enthuse studentsExude a passion for learning and a drive ambition for every learner in your classroomA creative approach to teaching as well as being flexible and adaptableThe ideal candidate will need:UK recognised teaching qualification (QTS or PGCE equivalent)Experience teaching iMedia across KS3 & KS4 Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed teamStrong subject knowledgeBenefits include:Competitive rates of payChance to receive £300* if you refer a friendExclusive online services Opportunity for progression into a permanent roleWhether you're an experienced Teacher or an NQT, this school offers a fantastic opportunity to teach in an innovative and diverse setting and develop your skills and techniques.If you match the above criteria, then this role could be perfect for you! Please apply as soon as possible or you will run the risk of missing out on this excellent opportunity.
        Are you an iMedia teacher who can equip students with a wide range of digital skills and encourage independence, creativity and awareness of the digital media sector? Do you have the ability to engage pupils curiosity to understand the basics of interactive multimedia products with creative, engaging lessons? Would you like to work in a school with a highly supportive learning environment?An exciting opportunity has become available for an iMedia teacher to join a successful secondary school in Leeds. This post is to start in September 2021, for a term in the first instance, possibly a school year for the right candidate.The school are looking to appoint someone who is creative, passionate and has a thorough knowledge of this specialist subject. The right candidate will be able to teach iMedia to KS3 and KS4. This is a nurturing school, one in which there is a strong sense of responsibility towards each other. the school has a well established reputation for their care, guidance and support ensuring all learners are afforded a high level of structure and personalised development.What the school will require from you:Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons and enable students with varying abilities to access the KS3 & KS4 curriculumBe an outstanding and innovative classroom practitioner who can lead and enthuse studentsExude a passion for learning and a drive ambition for every learner in your classroomA creative approach to teaching as well as being flexible and adaptableThe ideal candidate will need:UK recognised teaching qualification (QTS or PGCE equivalent)Experience teaching iMedia across KS3 & KS4 Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed teamStrong subject knowledgeBenefits include:Competitive rates of payChance to receive £300* if you refer a friendExclusive online services Opportunity for progression into a permanent roleWhether you're an experienced Teacher or an NQT, this school offers a fantastic opportunity to teach in an innovative and diverse setting and develop your skills and techniques.If you match the above criteria, then this role could be perfect for you! Please apply as soon as possible or you will run the risk of missing out on this excellent opportunity.
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £120 - £180 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an art specialist looking for a new teaching challenge? Do you have the ability to engage pupils with creative, engaging lessons? Would you like to work in a school with a highly supportive learning environment?An exciting opportunity has become available for an art teacher to join a successful secondary school in Leeds. This post is to start in September 2021, for a term in the first instance, possibly a school year for the right candidate. This will be full time term time hours.The school are looking to appoint someone who is creative, passionate and has a thorough knowledge of this specialist subject. The right candidate will be able to teach Art, 3D Design and possibly KS3 Technology. Thsi is a nurturing school, one in which there is a strong sense of responsibility towards each other. the school has a well established reputation for their care, guidance and support ensuring all learners are afforded a high level of structure and personalised development.What the school will require from you:Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons and enable students with varying abilities to access the KS3 & KS4 curriculumBe an outstanding and innovative classroom practitioner who can lead and enthuse studentsExude a passion for learning and a drive ambition for every learner in your classroomA creative approach to teaching as well as being flexible and adaptableThe ideal candidate will need:UK recognised teaching qualification (QTS or PGCE equivalent)Experience teaching art across KS3 & KS4 (and ideally KS3 technology)Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed teamStrong subject knowledgeBenefits include:Competitive rates of payChance to receive £300* if you refer a friendExclusive online services Opportunity for progression into a permanent roleWhether you're an experienced Teacher or an NQT, this school offers a fantastic opportunity to teach in an innovative and diverse setting and develop your skills and techniques.If you match the above criteria, then this role could be perfect for you! Please apply as soon as possible or you will run the risk of missing out on this excellent opportunity.
        Are you an art specialist looking for a new teaching challenge? Do you have the ability to engage pupils with creative, engaging lessons? Would you like to work in a school with a highly supportive learning environment?An exciting opportunity has become available for an art teacher to join a successful secondary school in Leeds. This post is to start in September 2021, for a term in the first instance, possibly a school year for the right candidate. This will be full time term time hours.The school are looking to appoint someone who is creative, passionate and has a thorough knowledge of this specialist subject. The right candidate will be able to teach Art, 3D Design and possibly KS3 Technology. Thsi is a nurturing school, one in which there is a strong sense of responsibility towards each other. the school has a well established reputation for their care, guidance and support ensuring all learners are afforded a high level of structure and personalised development.What the school will require from you:Plan, prepare and teach appropriate lessons and enable students with varying abilities to access the KS3 & KS4 curriculumBe an outstanding and innovative classroom practitioner who can lead and enthuse studentsExude a passion for learning and a drive ambition for every learner in your classroomA creative approach to teaching as well as being flexible and adaptableThe ideal candidate will need:UK recognised teaching qualification (QTS or PGCE equivalent)Experience teaching art across KS3 & KS4 (and ideally KS3 technology)Have a genuine desire to become part of a committed teamStrong subject knowledgeBenefits include:Competitive rates of payChance to receive £300* if you refer a friendExclusive online services Opportunity for progression into a permanent roleWhether you're an experienced Teacher or an NQT, this school offers a fantastic opportunity to teach in an innovative and diverse setting and develop your skills and techniques.If you match the above criteria, then this role could be perfect for you! Please apply as soon as possible or you will run the risk of missing out on this excellent opportunity.
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £8.00 - £12.00 per hour
        • randstad education
        Are you a skilled Nursery Assistant looking for a new role at a nursery local to you in Adel, Leeds?We are currently looking for an early years qualified nursery assistant on behalf of a setting based in Adel. They are looking for someone who is level 2 or 3 qualified ideally, and have flexible contracts available from 20 to 40 hours a week.Benefits of this role include:Regular work part time or full time Competitive salaryOutstanding work environment On-site parking Career progression opportunitiesYou will be responsible for:Observing, monitoring and providing constructive feedback on children's progress. Understand the roles of parents and carers in children's learning and demonstrate ability to liaise with parents and carers sensitively and effectively.Working both independently and as part of a team.Demonstrating very good numeracy and literacy skills.Requirements for this role: Recent and referenceable experience with children aged 0 - 5 DBS Certificate Not essential but any relevant qualifications in Childcare/Early Years (eg. NVQ, CACHE, B-TECH, BA, BA (HONS)) is highly desirable So if you have previous experience of working with young children, and are passionate about providing the crucial early years support- then this could be the next step for you to take in your career. To discuss this opportunity further, please contact Freya at leeds@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0113 2462500
        Are you a skilled Nursery Assistant looking for a new role at a nursery local to you in Adel, Leeds?We are currently looking for an early years qualified nursery assistant on behalf of a setting based in Adel. They are looking for someone who is level 2 or 3 qualified ideally, and have flexible contracts available from 20 to 40 hours a week.Benefits of this role include:Regular work part time or full time Competitive salaryOutstanding work environment On-site parking Career progression opportunitiesYou will be responsible for:Observing, monitoring and providing constructive feedback on children's progress. Understand the roles of parents and carers in children's learning and demonstrate ability to liaise with parents and carers sensitively and effectively.Working both independently and as part of a team.Demonstrating very good numeracy and literacy skills.Requirements for this role: Recent and referenceable experience with children aged 0 - 5 DBS Certificate Not essential but any relevant qualifications in Childcare/Early Years (eg. NVQ, CACHE, B-TECH, BA, BA (HONS)) is highly desirable So if you have previous experience of working with young children, and are passionate about providing the crucial early years support- then this could be the next step for you to take in your career. To discuss this opportunity further, please contact Freya at leeds@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 0113 2462500
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £28,000 - £30,000 per year
        • randstad education
        Are you a dedicated and experienced Nursery Manager looking for a truly rewarding new role?Well I'm currently recruiting on behalf of an extremely well regarded and established setting based in Garforth, Leeds - for a Nursery Manager to become an integral part of the nursery and head of their committed and enthusiastic team of staff.The successful individual will have a true passion for their work with young children, and this will be shown in the management approach to the nursery. As this role has a real focus on the children, and their crucial early years development- as opposed to an admin or finance centered manager position. If you have experience managing a nursery and consider yourself a strong, passionate and dedicated individual when it comes to your work- then this role is for you.What is an offer?Competitive salaryCareer progressionColleagues who share the same goals and aspirations as yourself to provide children with the crucial support they needStaff parking Your main duties would include:Managing a large team, working in line with your colleagues and two-deputy managers to see the smooth running of the businessEnsuring the nursery meets OFSTED and early years foundation stage standardsUpdating parents and carers on children's progress, building effective relationships with them to keep them best informed on all matters relating to their children.Supporting and developing the nursery team by ensuring that they undergo all crucial training in terms of safeguardingBecome a prime example to your team -being supportive and consistent with all staff to develop a strong and committed team following policies at all timesRequirements for this role:You must have experience working as a Nursery Manager previously, and have proof of your achievements in the form of Good or Outstanding OFSTED ratings. (being able to demonstrate that you have raised the bar is highly desirable)Strong knowledge of EYFSFully competent with OFSTED regulations and protocolComplete understanding of compliance and safeguarding regulationsIdeally will have managed a large team and worked in a big nurseryThis role is all about the individual, it is looking to be filled as soon as possible but the nursery will wait for the right person. For more information around the position, interview process or anything else regarding this job, please contact Freya at leeds@randstadeducation.co.uk or at 0113 246 2500I look forward to hearing from you.
        Are you a dedicated and experienced Nursery Manager looking for a truly rewarding new role?Well I'm currently recruiting on behalf of an extremely well regarded and established setting based in Garforth, Leeds - for a Nursery Manager to become an integral part of the nursery and head of their committed and enthusiastic team of staff.The successful individual will have a true passion for their work with young children, and this will be shown in the management approach to the nursery. As this role has a real focus on the children, and their crucial early years development- as opposed to an admin or finance centered manager position. If you have experience managing a nursery and consider yourself a strong, passionate and dedicated individual when it comes to your work- then this role is for you.What is an offer?Competitive salaryCareer progressionColleagues who share the same goals and aspirations as yourself to provide children with the crucial support they needStaff parking Your main duties would include:Managing a large team, working in line with your colleagues and two-deputy managers to see the smooth running of the businessEnsuring the nursery meets OFSTED and early years foundation stage standardsUpdating parents and carers on children's progress, building effective relationships with them to keep them best informed on all matters relating to their children.Supporting and developing the nursery team by ensuring that they undergo all crucial training in terms of safeguardingBecome a prime example to your team -being supportive and consistent with all staff to develop a strong and committed team following policies at all timesRequirements for this role:You must have experience working as a Nursery Manager previously, and have proof of your achievements in the form of Good or Outstanding OFSTED ratings. (being able to demonstrate that you have raised the bar is highly desirable)Strong knowledge of EYFSFully competent with OFSTED regulations and protocolComplete understanding of compliance and safeguarding regulationsIdeally will have managed a large team and worked in a big nurseryThis role is all about the individual, it is looking to be filled as soon as possible but the nursery will wait for the right person. For more information around the position, interview process or anything else regarding this job, please contact Freya at leeds@randstadeducation.co.uk or at 0113 246 2500I look forward to hearing from you.
        • kirklees, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £16,500 - £21,000 per year
        • randstad education
        Are you an outreach worker or SEMH / SEN teaching assistant looking for a permanent role? Do you want to work in a school that organises pupils into nurture groups and structures the day and curriculum to support pupils with SEMH difficulties and complex needs? Read on, because this is the job for you. We are working with a Kirklees school that provides specialist provision for students across Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 with SEMH and complex learning needs. This school is an extremely special place to work - with high attendance, very low exclusions and pupils make good progress over time. The school's approach includes nurture principles, social pedagogy and restorative practice. As part of a large multi academy trust, who invest heavily in staff development and training, there is excellent opportunity for progression.As an outreach worker you will be supporting pupils within the school grounds and in a variety of other settings as required, for example; home education, satellite settings from the main school, alternative provisions, work experience, community and enrichment activities. Requirements:Confident working with children with SEMH, complex needs and challenging behavioursHave a full driving license and a vehicle available for work purposes including the transportation of pupilsHardworking, dedicated, relish a challenge and be prepared to give 100%A dedication to help to create a positive learning environmentBeing a resilient, caring and supportive personCommitment to working in a provision where nurture is at the heart of teaching and learningWilling to make a positive contribution to the life of the schoolThere is no doubt that this job is challenging, however the rewards are significant. If you think you have what it takes to make a difference in the lives of young people, please apply today.
        Are you an outreach worker or SEMH / SEN teaching assistant looking for a permanent role? Do you want to work in a school that organises pupils into nurture groups and structures the day and curriculum to support pupils with SEMH difficulties and complex needs? Read on, because this is the job for you. We are working with a Kirklees school that provides specialist provision for students across Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 with SEMH and complex learning needs. This school is an extremely special place to work - with high attendance, very low exclusions and pupils make good progress over time. The school's approach includes nurture principles, social pedagogy and restorative practice. As part of a large multi academy trust, who invest heavily in staff development and training, there is excellent opportunity for progression.As an outreach worker you will be supporting pupils within the school grounds and in a variety of other settings as required, for example; home education, satellite settings from the main school, alternative provisions, work experience, community and enrichment activities. Requirements:Confident working with children with SEMH, complex needs and challenging behavioursHave a full driving license and a vehicle available for work purposes including the transportation of pupilsHardworking, dedicated, relish a challenge and be prepared to give 100%A dedication to help to create a positive learning environmentBeing a resilient, caring and supportive personCommitment to working in a provision where nurture is at the heart of teaching and learningWilling to make a positive contribution to the life of the schoolThere is no doubt that this job is challenging, however the rewards are significant. If you think you have what it takes to make a difference in the lives of young people, please apply today.
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £65 - £90 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience supporting children in a classroom environment? Have you worked as a teaching assistant or learning support assistant? Are you looking for a new and engaging role to start ASAP?Randstad Education is supporting a primary school based in central Leeds, to recruit a teaching assistant to work on a full time temporary contract, with a view to potentially being made permanent.You will be supporting within keystage 1, supporting on a 1:1 basis or with small groups. You will be working with an outstanding and supportive team and alongside some excellent practitioners, ensuring the curriculum is being taught effectively.The ideal candidate will be skilled in dealing with some challenging behaviours, and be able to quickly establish a positive working relationship.Requirements:Recent experience working with children (that can be referenced)Strong communication and behaviour management skillsEnsure that pupils receive the additional support they need to manage their behaviourSupport the ethos of the school by implementing the behaviour policy and school expectations Benefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesWarm and friendly school with dedicated staff teamDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        Do you have experience supporting children in a classroom environment? Have you worked as a teaching assistant or learning support assistant? Are you looking for a new and engaging role to start ASAP?Randstad Education is supporting a primary school based in central Leeds, to recruit a teaching assistant to work on a full time temporary contract, with a view to potentially being made permanent.You will be supporting within keystage 1, supporting on a 1:1 basis or with small groups. You will be working with an outstanding and supportive team and alongside some excellent practitioners, ensuring the curriculum is being taught effectively.The ideal candidate will be skilled in dealing with some challenging behaviours, and be able to quickly establish a positive working relationship.Requirements:Recent experience working with children (that can be referenced)Strong communication and behaviour management skillsEnsure that pupils receive the additional support they need to manage their behaviourSupport the ethos of the school by implementing the behaviour policy and school expectations Benefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesWarm and friendly school with dedicated staff teamDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        • bradford, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £25,714 - £38,633 per year
        • randstad education
        Are you looking a qualified Year 1 Teacher looking for a School which offers a healthy work- life balance? Are you an innovative and dedicated Teacher? Looking to join a supportive team? This could be the Teaching role for you! This postion is to start Septemver 2021 until June 2022. This Teaching position is to work in an OFSTED ?Good? inclusive school, which provides a safe, caring environment for pupils to grow. Benefits:Enthusiastic pupils who are willing to learnExcellent outdoor facilitiesA healthy work-life balanceTraining and development programmeTimetabled PPA cover with year group colleaguesSupportive work environment Responsibilities:Provide a safe and inclusive learning environment for pupilsBe well organised and innovative to promote pupil engagementCater for the diverse needs of pupils in the classroomBe committed to ensure excellent pupil progress Work effectively as part of a team to plan in line with the National curriculum Be a positive role model to the pupilsCommunicate effectively with parents and colleagues in regards to development and plansRequirements: PGCE, B ED, GTP, SCITT and any other qualification that will award QTS Recent experience teachingExcellent organisation and creativity skills If this position is for you do not hesitate to apply! Click Apply Now or contact Chelsea at Randstad Education to find out more on 0113 246 2500. We are always interested in talking with Education professionals no matter where you are in your career. All applicants will be subject to relevant safeguarding and DBS checks.If this job is not for you but you know someone who may be interested in this role then we do offer a refer a friend scheme where you can get £300 worth of Love to shop vouchers.
        Are you looking a qualified Year 1 Teacher looking for a School which offers a healthy work- life balance? Are you an innovative and dedicated Teacher? Looking to join a supportive team? This could be the Teaching role for you! This postion is to start Septemver 2021 until June 2022. This Teaching position is to work in an OFSTED ?Good? inclusive school, which provides a safe, caring environment for pupils to grow. Benefits:Enthusiastic pupils who are willing to learnExcellent outdoor facilitiesA healthy work-life balanceTraining and development programmeTimetabled PPA cover with year group colleaguesSupportive work environment Responsibilities:Provide a safe and inclusive learning environment for pupilsBe well organised and innovative to promote pupil engagementCater for the diverse needs of pupils in the classroomBe committed to ensure excellent pupil progress Work effectively as part of a team to plan in line with the National curriculum Be a positive role model to the pupilsCommunicate effectively with parents and colleagues in regards to development and plansRequirements: PGCE, B ED, GTP, SCITT and any other qualification that will award QTS Recent experience teachingExcellent organisation and creativity skills If this position is for you do not hesitate to apply! Click Apply Now or contact Chelsea at Randstad Education to find out more on 0113 246 2500. We are always interested in talking with Education professionals no matter where you are in your career. All applicants will be subject to relevant safeguarding and DBS checks.If this job is not for you but you know someone who may be interested in this role then we do offer a refer a friend scheme where you can get £300 worth of Love to shop vouchers.
        • bradford, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £65 - £85 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you driven and passionate about inspiring pupils? Do you have experience working with children with special needs? Are you looking for a role with flexible working? If the answer is yes, then we may have the perfect role for you!Randstad are working with a specialist school in Bradford who need a teaching assistant to support children with SEMH and complex needs. The school caters for primary and secondary age students.If you are local, or you're willing to travel and looking for a role with flexibility, then apply today! Once registered, we could offer you work straight away.Benefits of working with Randstad:Refer a friend schemeWeekly payWork closely with one dedicated consultant - only ever a phone call awayRandstad shopping discount appYour responsibilities:Managing challenging behaviour and supporting the class teacherUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsWorking with small groups and 1:1Liaising with fellow colleagues to get the most out of your pupils developmentTo provide group and/or individual activities, planned by the teacherTo monitor and evaluate learners learning under the guidance of the teacherTo assist teachers in the use of relevant management strategies to ensure a purposeful environment for teaching and learning to take placeRequirements:A caring and thoughtful approachTeam player mentalityThe ability to build rapport quickly with both staff and the students you will be working withThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a school with a thriving, challenging and happy environment. Pupils are supported by highly skilled staff to try hard, be inspirational and achieve their personal best in all that they do.Successful applications are subject to enhanced DBS and reference checksIf you're interested in this exciting and rewarding opportunity APPLY TODAY!
        Are you driven and passionate about inspiring pupils? Do you have experience working with children with special needs? Are you looking for a role with flexible working? If the answer is yes, then we may have the perfect role for you!Randstad are working with a specialist school in Bradford who need a teaching assistant to support children with SEMH and complex needs. The school caters for primary and secondary age students.If you are local, or you're willing to travel and looking for a role with flexibility, then apply today! Once registered, we could offer you work straight away.Benefits of working with Randstad:Refer a friend schemeWeekly payWork closely with one dedicated consultant - only ever a phone call awayRandstad shopping discount appYour responsibilities:Managing challenging behaviour and supporting the class teacherUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsWorking with small groups and 1:1Liaising with fellow colleagues to get the most out of your pupils developmentTo provide group and/or individual activities, planned by the teacherTo monitor and evaluate learners learning under the guidance of the teacherTo assist teachers in the use of relevant management strategies to ensure a purposeful environment for teaching and learning to take placeRequirements:A caring and thoughtful approachTeam player mentalityThe ability to build rapport quickly with both staff and the students you will be working withThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a school with a thriving, challenging and happy environment. Pupils are supported by highly skilled staff to try hard, be inspirational and achieve their personal best in all that they do.Successful applications are subject to enhanced DBS and reference checksIf you're interested in this exciting and rewarding opportunity APPLY TODAY!
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £65 - £85 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you patient, resilient and compassionate? Do you want to support and enhance the learning of young people? We are working with an exceptional and caring specialist school in Leeds who are looking for a candidate who will be totally aligned to their values of excellence, positivity and respect.As a passionate behaviour support worker, you will support young people by engaging them in lessons and assist them to grow and develop. The position includes working with young people on a one-to-one or group basis supporting them in lessons and out of class. This role can be highly rewarding but very demanding at the same time. No day is the same and the young people require someone with a supportive and caring attitude towards their learning. Support workers of all experiences are encouraged to apply and no formal qualifications are necessary however experience of working with young people in the SEMH (Social, Emotional & Mental Health) field is desirable.If you want to help young people to grow in confidence, then this is a role for you.What you will require:* Ideally you will have experience working within SEMH* The ability to quickly build positive relationships with both staff and students* Resilience in dealing with complex situations that arise on a day to day basis* Be confident, passionate and highly motivated* The ability to model and deliver high standards of learning supportBoth Randstad Education and the academy are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will require the successful candidate to provide satisfactory references and undertake an Enhanced Check with the Disclosure and Barring Service.If you are interested in this role, contact us today.
        Are you patient, resilient and compassionate? Do you want to support and enhance the learning of young people? We are working with an exceptional and caring specialist school in Leeds who are looking for a candidate who will be totally aligned to their values of excellence, positivity and respect.As a passionate behaviour support worker, you will support young people by engaging them in lessons and assist them to grow and develop. The position includes working with young people on a one-to-one or group basis supporting them in lessons and out of class. This role can be highly rewarding but very demanding at the same time. No day is the same and the young people require someone with a supportive and caring attitude towards their learning. Support workers of all experiences are encouraged to apply and no formal qualifications are necessary however experience of working with young people in the SEMH (Social, Emotional & Mental Health) field is desirable.If you want to help young people to grow in confidence, then this is a role for you.What you will require:* Ideally you will have experience working within SEMH* The ability to quickly build positive relationships with both staff and students* Resilience in dealing with complex situations that arise on a day to day basis* Be confident, passionate and highly motivated* The ability to model and deliver high standards of learning supportBoth Randstad Education and the academy are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. We will require the successful candidate to provide satisfactory references and undertake an Enhanced Check with the Disclosure and Barring Service.If you are interested in this role, contact us today.
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £65 - £85 per day
        • randstad education
        Behaviour Support Worker required from September for an alternative education setting in Leeds. This is a small specialist unit for pupils who have been excluded from mainstream settings due to their challenging behaviour. You will provide learning and behavioural support for students working at Key Stage 3 & 4 on a one to one or small group basis.These pupils are hard to reach or reluctant learners who have often had very negative experiences within education. They require patience and understanding combined with a positive and supportive approach to help them engage with learning and achieve their potential.Team Teach training is useful but not essential, as this can be provided. Please send your CV in the first instance to the Leeds office.
        Behaviour Support Worker required from September for an alternative education setting in Leeds. This is a small specialist unit for pupils who have been excluded from mainstream settings due to their challenging behaviour. You will provide learning and behavioural support for students working at Key Stage 3 & 4 on a one to one or small group basis.These pupils are hard to reach or reluctant learners who have often had very negative experiences within education. They require patience and understanding combined with a positive and supportive approach to help them engage with learning and achieve their potential.Team Teach training is useful but not essential, as this can be provided. Please send your CV in the first instance to the Leeds office.
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £4.30 per hour
        • randstad education
        Apprentice Nursery AssistantOur client is looking to appoint enthusiastic Apprentice Nursery Assistants who are keen to start a fulfilling career working with babies and young children. This highly successful children's day nursery provides a stimulating, nurturing environment where young minds can develop and learn from the environment around them with a focus on nature and the outdoors. They provide an extremely high standard of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care for children placed in the setting. These roles will provide a fantastic opportunity for someone looking for a chance to "earn while you learn" in a well-established nursery in Leeds with an experienced staff team. You will be given the opportunity to gain and develop new skills and experiences, whilst working towards a Level 3 apprenticeship standard for the Early Years Educator.Duties will include:* To undertake training and development to meet the requirements of the EYFS framework* To provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care for children placed in the setting* Uphold impeccable levels of hygiene* To give support to other personnel within the setting* Operate a programme of activities suitable to the age range of children in conjunction with other staff* Work with all staff to ensure children settle well and feel safe and secure during their time in nursery* Support all staff and engage in a good staff team* To be flexible within working practices of the setting. Be prepared to help where needed, including to undertake certain domestic jobs within the setting, e.g. preparation of snack meals, cleansing of equipment etc.* To actively promote and support the safeguarding of children and young people in the workplace, ensuring organisation policies and procedures are observed at all timesIf you are keen to start your career in early years education and would prefer a hands-on employment based route to qualified status then this is the opportunity for youPlease call Karen on 0113 2462500 for further details and to discuss the application process
        Apprentice Nursery AssistantOur client is looking to appoint enthusiastic Apprentice Nursery Assistants who are keen to start a fulfilling career working with babies and young children. This highly successful children's day nursery provides a stimulating, nurturing environment where young minds can develop and learn from the environment around them with a focus on nature and the outdoors. They provide an extremely high standard of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care for children placed in the setting. These roles will provide a fantastic opportunity for someone looking for a chance to "earn while you learn" in a well-established nursery in Leeds with an experienced staff team. You will be given the opportunity to gain and develop new skills and experiences, whilst working towards a Level 3 apprenticeship standard for the Early Years Educator.Duties will include:* To undertake training and development to meet the requirements of the EYFS framework* To provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care for children placed in the setting* Uphold impeccable levels of hygiene* To give support to other personnel within the setting* Operate a programme of activities suitable to the age range of children in conjunction with other staff* Work with all staff to ensure children settle well and feel safe and secure during their time in nursery* Support all staff and engage in a good staff team* To be flexible within working practices of the setting. Be prepared to help where needed, including to undertake certain domestic jobs within the setting, e.g. preparation of snack meals, cleansing of equipment etc.* To actively promote and support the safeguarding of children and young people in the workplace, ensuring organisation policies and procedures are observed at all timesIf you are keen to start your career in early years education and would prefer a hands-on employment based route to qualified status then this is the opportunity for youPlease call Karen on 0113 2462500 for further details and to discuss the application process
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £65 - £85 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience supporting children in a classroom environment? Have you worked as a teaching assistant or learning support assistant before? Are you looking for a new and engaging role to start ASAP?Randstad Education is supporting a primary school based in central Leeds, to recruit a teaching assistant to work on a full time temporary contract, with a view to potentially being made permanent.You will be supporting within keystage 2, supporting on a 1:1 basis or with small groups. You will be working with an outstanding and supportive team and alongside some excellent practitioners, ensuring the curriculum is being taught effectively.The ideal candidate will be skilled in dealing with some challenging behaviours, and be able to quickly establish a positive working relationship.Benefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesWarm and friendly school with dedicated staff teamDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteRequirements:Previous experience working with children Strong communication and behaviour management skillsEnsure that pupils receive the additional support they need to manage their behaviourSupport the ethos of the school by implementing the behaviour policy and school expectationsIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        Do you have experience supporting children in a classroom environment? Have you worked as a teaching assistant or learning support assistant before? Are you looking for a new and engaging role to start ASAP?Randstad Education is supporting a primary school based in central Leeds, to recruit a teaching assistant to work on a full time temporary contract, with a view to potentially being made permanent.You will be supporting within keystage 2, supporting on a 1:1 basis or with small groups. You will be working with an outstanding and supportive team and alongside some excellent practitioners, ensuring the curriculum is being taught effectively.The ideal candidate will be skilled in dealing with some challenging behaviours, and be able to quickly establish a positive working relationship.Benefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesWarm and friendly school with dedicated staff teamDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteRequirements:Previous experience working with children Strong communication and behaviour management skillsEnsure that pupils receive the additional support they need to manage their behaviourSupport the ethos of the school by implementing the behaviour policy and school expectationsIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £65 - £80 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you an adaptable, caring and enthusiastic individual wanting to support children within a mainstream primary school?Are you a teaching assistant with an understanding of early childhood development? Do you have experience working with children on the autistic spectrum?A primary school in Leeds is looking for an enthusiastic teaching assistant to work with a pupil on a 1:1 basis in a reception class. The role is to start as soon as possible. This school has a reputation for high-quality teaching, an engaging and rich curriculum and excellent levels of care, guidance and support, which promote pupil's personal development.Requirements: Experience working with primary age children (Essential) An understanding of the Early Years Framework Confident working with children with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) and challenging behaviours Positive and enthusiastic attitude to support learningBenefits: Working within a fantastic, creative and supportive Foundation team Opportunities to develop CPD On-site parking Responsibilities:Liaising with the class teacher daily to support children Following school behaviour and safeguarding policies Set high expectations for all inside and outside of the classroom environmentKeep up to date with all relevant training in order to fulfil the job roleDon't miss out on this great opportunity , apply today and start a new challenge!
        Are you an adaptable, caring and enthusiastic individual wanting to support children within a mainstream primary school?Are you a teaching assistant with an understanding of early childhood development? Do you have experience working with children on the autistic spectrum?A primary school in Leeds is looking for an enthusiastic teaching assistant to work with a pupil on a 1:1 basis in a reception class. The role is to start as soon as possible. This school has a reputation for high-quality teaching, an engaging and rich curriculum and excellent levels of care, guidance and support, which promote pupil's personal development.Requirements: Experience working with primary age children (Essential) An understanding of the Early Years Framework Confident working with children with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) and challenging behaviours Positive and enthusiastic attitude to support learningBenefits: Working within a fantastic, creative and supportive Foundation team Opportunities to develop CPD On-site parking Responsibilities:Liaising with the class teacher daily to support children Following school behaviour and safeguarding policies Set high expectations for all inside and outside of the classroom environmentKeep up to date with all relevant training in order to fulfil the job roleDon't miss out on this great opportunity , apply today and start a new challenge!
        • bradford, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £65 - £90 per day
        • randstad education
        Have you got experience working with children or adults with Social, Emotional, and Mental Health (SEMH) issues? Are you looking for a role where every day is different? Do you want to help support pupils and make a positive difference in their education? We are looking for an enthusiastic and resilient individual to work with pupils between the ages of 11-16 in a secondary setting for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) based in Bradford. You will be supporting students with complex SEMH needs many of whom present challenging behaviour. As a specialist learning support worker you will work with a fantastic, committed and conscientious team to provide appropriate effective support to meet the specific needs of individual students to help them progress socially and academically. In this setting all pupils are respected as individuals and the staff aim to give them opportunities that would not otherwise be available to them in a mainstream school setting. They fully believe in making sure that each pupil feels safe and secure, knowing that dedicated staff are there to help them achieve their full potential. The responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher of the class with pupils learning development Working with pupils on a one to one basis or in small groups Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, setting out equipment)The requirements for this role are: Experience working with children in a care or education setting Having a dedication to improving the pupils learning experience Be a resilient and hardworking individual A DBS on the update service or be prepared to complete oneBenefits of working for Randstad Education:Refer a friend scheme - earn up to £300 per referralWeekly payDedicated consultant who will support you throughout your journeyCareers adviceExclusive online discount appIf you think you have what it takes to succeed in this or similar roles, please apply today
        Have you got experience working with children or adults with Social, Emotional, and Mental Health (SEMH) issues? Are you looking for a role where every day is different? Do you want to help support pupils and make a positive difference in their education? We are looking for an enthusiastic and resilient individual to work with pupils between the ages of 11-16 in a secondary setting for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) based in Bradford. You will be supporting students with complex SEMH needs many of whom present challenging behaviour. As a specialist learning support worker you will work with a fantastic, committed and conscientious team to provide appropriate effective support to meet the specific needs of individual students to help them progress socially and academically. In this setting all pupils are respected as individuals and the staff aim to give them opportunities that would not otherwise be available to them in a mainstream school setting. They fully believe in making sure that each pupil feels safe and secure, knowing that dedicated staff are there to help them achieve their full potential. The responsibilities of this role include: Supporting the teacher of the class with pupils learning development Working with pupils on a one to one basis or in small groups Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, setting out equipment)The requirements for this role are: Experience working with children in a care or education setting Having a dedication to improving the pupils learning experience Be a resilient and hardworking individual A DBS on the update service or be prepared to complete oneBenefits of working for Randstad Education:Refer a friend scheme - earn up to £300 per referralWeekly payDedicated consultant who will support you throughout your journeyCareers adviceExclusive online discount appIf you think you have what it takes to succeed in this or similar roles, please apply today
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £65 - £90 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you motivated, mindful and magnificent teaching assistant? Are you looking for work to fit in around your commitments? Do you have great classroom management skills, a desire to improve the progression of primary children and lots of patience?If you are answering 'yes' to the questions above then click apply now to be a primary Teaching Assistant in Leeds today!ResponsibilitiesBeing able to support young children with a range of learning difficultiesHelping children either 1:1 or sometimes in small groupsGeneral monitoring of the class and aiding the teacherMake sure the children are engaged with their academic studiesBeing a role model for the childrenRequirements:Previous experience working with childrenA flexible and adaptable working attitudeStrong communication and behaviour management skillsBenefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        Are you motivated, mindful and magnificent teaching assistant? Are you looking for work to fit in around your commitments? Do you have great classroom management skills, a desire to improve the progression of primary children and lots of patience?If you are answering 'yes' to the questions above then click apply now to be a primary Teaching Assistant in Leeds today!ResponsibilitiesBeing able to support young children with a range of learning difficultiesHelping children either 1:1 or sometimes in small groupsGeneral monitoring of the class and aiding the teacherMake sure the children are engaged with their academic studiesBeing a role model for the childrenRequirements:Previous experience working with childrenA flexible and adaptable working attitudeStrong communication and behaviour management skillsBenefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £65 - £85 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you a nurturing and supportive SEN Teaching Assistant looking for your next challenge within a primary school in Leeds?We are working with a primary school in north Leeds who are looking for a teaching assistant to support a pupil with an EHCP who is based in Year 1 and is on the autistic spectrum (ASD). You will need to have a calm and caring nature, without being phased by challenging behaviour.Requirements:Experience of working with children with special needs (preferably ASD/ADHD/Global Delay/ Dyslexia)Experience in the use of PECs, visual timetables and now/next boardsTeam Teach qualification would be highly desirable A caring and thoughtful approachTeam player mentalityThe ability to build rapport quickly with both staff and the students you will be working withAn enhanced DBS and reference checksYour responsibilities:Managing challenging behaviour and supporting the class teacherUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsProviding tailored support during lesson timeWorking with small groups and 1:1Liaising with fellow colleagues to get the most out of your pupils developmentTo provide group and/or individual activities, planned by the teacherTo monitor and evaluate learners learning under the guidance of the teacherBenefits of working with Randstad:Refer a friend schemeWeekly payWork closely with one dedicated consultant - only ever a phone call awayRandstad shopping discount appDon't miss out - contact us today!
        Are you a nurturing and supportive SEN Teaching Assistant looking for your next challenge within a primary school in Leeds?We are working with a primary school in north Leeds who are looking for a teaching assistant to support a pupil with an EHCP who is based in Year 1 and is on the autistic spectrum (ASD). You will need to have a calm and caring nature, without being phased by challenging behaviour.Requirements:Experience of working with children with special needs (preferably ASD/ADHD/Global Delay/ Dyslexia)Experience in the use of PECs, visual timetables and now/next boardsTeam Teach qualification would be highly desirable A caring and thoughtful approachTeam player mentalityThe ability to build rapport quickly with both staff and the students you will be working withAn enhanced DBS and reference checksYour responsibilities:Managing challenging behaviour and supporting the class teacherUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsProviding tailored support during lesson timeWorking with small groups and 1:1Liaising with fellow colleagues to get the most out of your pupils developmentTo provide group and/or individual activities, planned by the teacherTo monitor and evaluate learners learning under the guidance of the teacherBenefits of working with Randstad:Refer a friend schemeWeekly payWork closely with one dedicated consultant - only ever a phone call awayRandstad shopping discount appDon't miss out - contact us today!
        • bradford, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £65 - £85 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you a passionate, articulate, and patient SEN teaching assistant? Are you approachable, hardworking, and able to build rapport with young people? Then this is the job for you!Randstad Education are working with a primary SEN (Special Educational Needs) school who are looking for a teaching assistant with experience working with children who have autism (ASD). The school are due to take on new pupils with a range of abilities and varied needs. The majority of the children will have ASD, the other children will have speech and language needs, other learning difficulties and physical needs.The successful candidate will have experience either working in schools or with children with special needs. It is also preferred if you have an understanding of EHCP's (Educational Health Care Plans), so you can support individual pupils accordingly. You must have a patient and friendly nature, also combined with effective behaviour management. Your duties will consist of 1:1 support in class and occasional group work and intervention to raise attainment.RequirementsExperience with children with special needs (preferably ASD/ADHD/Global Delay/ Dyslexia)Experience within schoolsideally qualified to degree level A caring and thoughtful approachTeam player mentalityThe ability to build rapport quickly with both staff and the students you will be working withAn enhanced DBS and reference checksBenefits of working with Randstad:Refer a friend schemeWeekly payWork closely with one dedicated consultant - only ever a phone call awayRandstad shopping discount appYour responsibilities:Managing challenging behaviour and supporting the class teacherUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsWorking with small groups and 1:1Liaising with fellow colleagues to get the most out of your pupils developmentTo provide group and/or individual activities, planned by the teacherTo monitor and evaluate learners learning under the guidance of the teacherThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a school with a thriving, challenging and happy environment. If you're interested in this exciting and rewarding opportunity APPLY TODAY!
        Are you a passionate, articulate, and patient SEN teaching assistant? Are you approachable, hardworking, and able to build rapport with young people? Then this is the job for you!Randstad Education are working with a primary SEN (Special Educational Needs) school who are looking for a teaching assistant with experience working with children who have autism (ASD). The school are due to take on new pupils with a range of abilities and varied needs. The majority of the children will have ASD, the other children will have speech and language needs, other learning difficulties and physical needs.The successful candidate will have experience either working in schools or with children with special needs. It is also preferred if you have an understanding of EHCP's (Educational Health Care Plans), so you can support individual pupils accordingly. You must have a patient and friendly nature, also combined with effective behaviour management. Your duties will consist of 1:1 support in class and occasional group work and intervention to raise attainment.RequirementsExperience with children with special needs (preferably ASD/ADHD/Global Delay/ Dyslexia)Experience within schoolsideally qualified to degree level A caring and thoughtful approachTeam player mentalityThe ability to build rapport quickly with both staff and the students you will be working withAn enhanced DBS and reference checksBenefits of working with Randstad:Refer a friend schemeWeekly payWork closely with one dedicated consultant - only ever a phone call awayRandstad shopping discount appYour responsibilities:Managing challenging behaviour and supporting the class teacherUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsWorking with small groups and 1:1Liaising with fellow colleagues to get the most out of your pupils developmentTo provide group and/or individual activities, planned by the teacherTo monitor and evaluate learners learning under the guidance of the teacherThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a school with a thriving, challenging and happy environment. If you're interested in this exciting and rewarding opportunity APPLY TODAY!
        • horsforth, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £19,000 - £23,000, per year, Negotiable salary, staff parking
        • randstad education
        Do you have a passion for working with children? Are you looking to step into a new deputy manager role?A full time deputy nursery manager is required in the Horsforth area of Leeds starting in June 2021. The position is full time working 4 or 5 days a week between the hours of 7.30am and 6pm on a permanent contract. This role will involve running the day nursery alongside the current manager, helping to lead the team of staff, and supervising the children's room when required. You will need to hold a minimum of a full and relevant Level 3 qualification in childcare (NVQ, CACHE, NNEB) to apply for this position. What is on offer?Competitive salaryCareer progressionStaff ParkingChildcare discountYour main duties would include:Ensuring the nursery meets Ofsted and early years foundation stage standardsUpdating parents and carers on children's progressSupporting and developing the nursery teamOpening and closing the nursery building when required to do soRunning the nursery independently when the manager is absentComplying with environmental, health and safety and fire regulationsTo be successful in your application, you will:Have experience in a leadership/senior role within a private nursery or children centre settingHave a minimum of 2 years work experience with childrenHave a relevant childcare qualification (minimum level 3)Have experience of supervising other staff membersBe able to provide recent employment references including work within childcareIf you feel you have the right skills and experience to apply then send your CV today!(All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child safety standards, satisfactory references and UK eligibility checks.)
        Do you have a passion for working with children? Are you looking to step into a new deputy manager role?A full time deputy nursery manager is required in the Horsforth area of Leeds starting in June 2021. The position is full time working 4 or 5 days a week between the hours of 7.30am and 6pm on a permanent contract. This role will involve running the day nursery alongside the current manager, helping to lead the team of staff, and supervising the children's room when required. You will need to hold a minimum of a full and relevant Level 3 qualification in childcare (NVQ, CACHE, NNEB) to apply for this position. What is on offer?Competitive salaryCareer progressionStaff ParkingChildcare discountYour main duties would include:Ensuring the nursery meets Ofsted and early years foundation stage standardsUpdating parents and carers on children's progressSupporting and developing the nursery teamOpening and closing the nursery building when required to do soRunning the nursery independently when the manager is absentComplying with environmental, health and safety and fire regulationsTo be successful in your application, you will:Have experience in a leadership/senior role within a private nursery or children centre settingHave a minimum of 2 years work experience with childrenHave a relevant childcare qualification (minimum level 3)Have experience of supervising other staff membersBe able to provide recent employment references including work within childcareIf you feel you have the right skills and experience to apply then send your CV today!(All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child safety standards, satisfactory references and UK eligibility checks.)
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £120 - £190, per day, Negotiable salary, staff parking
        • randstad education
        English teacher required in Leeds with an immediate start - apply today!We are working with an excellent, dynamic school in the South Leeds area who looking for an English teacher to join their team from as soon as possible to the end of this academic year. Both experienced teachers and NQTs are encouraged to apply.This particular school gives a strong mission statement in that they will provide an excellent environment for children to develop as learners and grow as individuals. They will promote and celebrate any achievement however big or small and have a great reputation in the local community.The Role:The successful candidate will be required to be flexible and available on a long term basisTeaching English across KS3 and KS4Guiding pupils with low attainment levels and encouraging their developmentSupporting all students with meeting their targets and potentialPromoting positive behaviour management skills What you will need:Qualified teacher status or equivalentExperience teaching English at KS3/4Previous experience working in a school or collegeDBS on the update service or happy to apply for a new oneWhy work with Randstad?When you work with us, you will have access to a range of expertise and advice, cpd, training as well as benefits. We can provide you with: Competitive pay ratesUnlimited refer a friend bonusesWeekly payEasy to use work app, manage your diary and your shifts, see more work opportunities available!If you feel you are ready for your next role and have the right skills and experience to apply then send your CV today!(All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child safety standards, satisfactory references and UK eligibility checks.)
        English teacher required in Leeds with an immediate start - apply today!We are working with an excellent, dynamic school in the South Leeds area who looking for an English teacher to join their team from as soon as possible to the end of this academic year. Both experienced teachers and NQTs are encouraged to apply.This particular school gives a strong mission statement in that they will provide an excellent environment for children to develop as learners and grow as individuals. They will promote and celebrate any achievement however big or small and have a great reputation in the local community.The Role:The successful candidate will be required to be flexible and available on a long term basisTeaching English across KS3 and KS4Guiding pupils with low attainment levels and encouraging their developmentSupporting all students with meeting their targets and potentialPromoting positive behaviour management skills What you will need:Qualified teacher status or equivalentExperience teaching English at KS3/4Previous experience working in a school or collegeDBS on the update service or happy to apply for a new oneWhy work with Randstad?When you work with us, you will have access to a range of expertise and advice, cpd, training as well as benefits. We can provide you with: Competitive pay ratesUnlimited refer a friend bonusesWeekly payEasy to use work app, manage your diary and your shifts, see more work opportunities available!If you feel you are ready for your next role and have the right skills and experience to apply then send your CV today!(All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child safety standards, satisfactory references and UK eligibility checks.)
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £120 - £190, per day, Salary DOE, pension, flexible hours
        • randstad education
        Maths teacher needed in Leeds starting as soon as possible.We are working with a fantastic school in the north Leeds area that are looking for a maths teacher on a full time basis to start immediately. This position will be working 5 days a week ideally, however this can be flexible. This particular school has a strong belief that striving for excellence at all times is essential to providing the best learning experience for all students. They are an ambitious and continually improving school who are part of a reputable learning trust with access to state of the art resources and training.Both experienced teachers and NQTs are encouraged to apply for this position.The Role:Delivering lessons according to the National Curriculum for MathsAssessing and evaluating class and home workWorking within the school team and community to enhance learningPromoting positive behaviour management skillsWhat you will need:Qualified teacher status or equivalentExperience teaching Maths with specialist subject knowledgePrevious experience working in a school or college Experience with planning lessonsMotivation to encourage all students with their learning regardless of ability A hard working and dedicated attitude Why work with Randstad?When you work with us, you will have access to a range of expertise and advice, cpd, training as well as benefits. We can provide you with: Competitive pay ratesDedicated secondary consultant to answer all of your queries and support you with your next career moveUnlimited refer a friend bonusesWeekly payEasy to use work app, manage your diary and your shifts, see more work opportunities available!If you feel you are ready for your next role and have the right skills and experience to apply then send your CV today!(All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child safety standards, satisfactory references and UK eligibility checks.)
        Maths teacher needed in Leeds starting as soon as possible.We are working with a fantastic school in the north Leeds area that are looking for a maths teacher on a full time basis to start immediately. This position will be working 5 days a week ideally, however this can be flexible. This particular school has a strong belief that striving for excellence at all times is essential to providing the best learning experience for all students. They are an ambitious and continually improving school who are part of a reputable learning trust with access to state of the art resources and training.Both experienced teachers and NQTs are encouraged to apply for this position.The Role:Delivering lessons according to the National Curriculum for MathsAssessing and evaluating class and home workWorking within the school team and community to enhance learningPromoting positive behaviour management skillsWhat you will need:Qualified teacher status or equivalentExperience teaching Maths with specialist subject knowledgePrevious experience working in a school or college Experience with planning lessonsMotivation to encourage all students with their learning regardless of ability A hard working and dedicated attitude Why work with Randstad?When you work with us, you will have access to a range of expertise and advice, cpd, training as well as benefits. We can provide you with: Competitive pay ratesDedicated secondary consultant to answer all of your queries and support you with your next career moveUnlimited refer a friend bonusesWeekly payEasy to use work app, manage your diary and your shifts, see more work opportunities available!If you feel you are ready for your next role and have the right skills and experience to apply then send your CV today!(All candidates will be subject to Randstad Education's child safety standards, satisfactory references and UK eligibility checks.)
        • bradford, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £65 - £85 per day
        • randstad education
        A SEN school based in the Bradford area is seeking to recruit a highly resilient, empathetic and caring SEN Teaching Assistant to work across its secondary phase with students with challenging behaviour, complex and sensory needs. Due to the students more severe needs, the role presents new challenges on a daily basis and is ideally suited to SEN Teaching Assistants who have a real strength of character, are resilient, calm and able to remain unfazed and empathetic at all times.Are you the SEN Teaching Assistant the school is looking for? Yes….? If so, read on for further details and apply by sending your CV today!Requirements: Reliable, composed, calm, resilient and patient Strong interpersonal skills and highly empatheticExperience of working with children with special needs (preferably ASD/ADHD/Global Delay/ Dyslexia)Team Teach qualification would be highly desirable Team player mentalityThe ability to build rapport quickly with both staff and the students you will be working withAn enhanced DBS and reference checksYour responsibilities:Managing challenging behaviour and supporting the class teacherProviding tailored support during lesson timeWorking with small groups and 1:1Liaising with colleagues to get the most out of your pupils developmentTo provide group and/or individual activities, planned by the teacherTo monitor and evaluate learners learning under the guidance of the teacherBenefits of working with Randstad:Refer a friend schemeWeekly payWork closely with one dedicated consultant - only ever a phone call awayRandstad shopping discount appDon't miss out - contact us today!
        A SEN school based in the Bradford area is seeking to recruit a highly resilient, empathetic and caring SEN Teaching Assistant to work across its secondary phase with students with challenging behaviour, complex and sensory needs. Due to the students more severe needs, the role presents new challenges on a daily basis and is ideally suited to SEN Teaching Assistants who have a real strength of character, are resilient, calm and able to remain unfazed and empathetic at all times.Are you the SEN Teaching Assistant the school is looking for? Yes….? If so, read on for further details and apply by sending your CV today!Requirements: Reliable, composed, calm, resilient and patient Strong interpersonal skills and highly empatheticExperience of working with children with special needs (preferably ASD/ADHD/Global Delay/ Dyslexia)Team Teach qualification would be highly desirable Team player mentalityThe ability to build rapport quickly with both staff and the students you will be working withAn enhanced DBS and reference checksYour responsibilities:Managing challenging behaviour and supporting the class teacherProviding tailored support during lesson timeWorking with small groups and 1:1Liaising with colleagues to get the most out of your pupils developmentTo provide group and/or individual activities, planned by the teacherTo monitor and evaluate learners learning under the guidance of the teacherBenefits of working with Randstad:Refer a friend schemeWeekly payWork closely with one dedicated consultant - only ever a phone call awayRandstad shopping discount appDon't miss out - contact us today!
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • temporary
        • £65 - £90 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you driven and passionate about inspiring pupils? Do you have experience working with children with special needs? Are you looking for a role with flexible working? If the answer is yes, then we may have the perfect role for you!Randstad are working with a specialist school in Leeds who need a teaching assistant to support children with SEMH and complex needs. The school caters for primary and secondary age students.If you are local, or you're willing to travel and looking for a role with flexibility, then apply today! Once registered, we could offer you work straight away.Benefits of working with Randstad:Refer a friend schemeWeekly payWork closely with one dedicated consultant - only ever a phone call awayRandstad shopping discount appYour responsibilities:Managing challenging behaviour and supporting the class teacherUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsWorking with small groups and 1:1Liaising with fellow colleagues to get the most out of your pupils developmentTo provide group and/or individual activities, planned by the teacherTo monitor and evaluate learners learning under the guidance of the teacherTo assist teachers in the use of relevant management strategies to ensure a purposeful environment for teaching and learning to take placeRequirements:A caring and thoughtful approachTeam player mentalityThe ability to build rapport quickly with both staff and the students you will be working withThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a school with a thriving, challenging and happy environment. Pupils are supported by highly skilled staff to try hard, be inspirational and achieve their personal best in all that they do.Successful applications are subject to enhanced DBS and reference checksIf you're interested in this exciting and rewarding opportunity APPLY TODAY!
        Are you driven and passionate about inspiring pupils? Do you have experience working with children with special needs? Are you looking for a role with flexible working? If the answer is yes, then we may have the perfect role for you!Randstad are working with a specialist school in Leeds who need a teaching assistant to support children with SEMH and complex needs. The school caters for primary and secondary age students.If you are local, or you're willing to travel and looking for a role with flexibility, then apply today! Once registered, we could offer you work straight away.Benefits of working with Randstad:Refer a friend schemeWeekly payWork closely with one dedicated consultant - only ever a phone call awayRandstad shopping discount appYour responsibilities:Managing challenging behaviour and supporting the class teacherUsing imagination and innovation to enhance the learning experience of all pupilsWorking with small groups and 1:1Liaising with fellow colleagues to get the most out of your pupils developmentTo provide group and/or individual activities, planned by the teacherTo monitor and evaluate learners learning under the guidance of the teacherTo assist teachers in the use of relevant management strategies to ensure a purposeful environment for teaching and learning to take placeRequirements:A caring and thoughtful approachTeam player mentalityThe ability to build rapport quickly with both staff and the students you will be working withThe successful candidate will have the opportunity to work in a school with a thriving, challenging and happy environment. Pupils are supported by highly skilled staff to try hard, be inspirational and achieve their personal best in all that they do.Successful applications are subject to enhanced DBS and reference checksIf you're interested in this exciting and rewarding opportunity APPLY TODAY!
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £65 - £90 per day
        • randstad education
        Do you have experience supporting children in a classroom environment? Have you worked as a teaching assistant or learning support assistant? Are you looking for a new and engaging role to start ASAP?Randstad Education is supporting a primary school based in central Leeds, to recruit a teaching assistant to work on a full time temporary contract, with a view to potentially being made permanent.You will be supporting within keystage 1, supporting on a 1:1 basis or with small groups. You will be working with an outstanding and supportive team and alongside some excellent practitioners, ensuring the curriculum is being taught effectively.The ideal candidate will be skilled in dealing with some challenging behaviours, and be able to quickly establish a positive working relationship.Benefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesWarm and friendly school with dedicated staff teamDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteRequirements:Previous experience working with children Strong communication and behaviour management skillsEnsure that pupils receive the additional support they need to manage their behaviourSupport the ethos of the school by implementing the behaviour policy and school expectationsIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        Do you have experience supporting children in a classroom environment? Have you worked as a teaching assistant or learning support assistant? Are you looking for a new and engaging role to start ASAP?Randstad Education is supporting a primary school based in central Leeds, to recruit a teaching assistant to work on a full time temporary contract, with a view to potentially being made permanent.You will be supporting within keystage 1, supporting on a 1:1 basis or with small groups. You will be working with an outstanding and supportive team and alongside some excellent practitioners, ensuring the curriculum is being taught effectively.The ideal candidate will be skilled in dealing with some challenging behaviours, and be able to quickly establish a positive working relationship.Benefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesWarm and friendly school with dedicated staff teamDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteRequirements:Previous experience working with children Strong communication and behaviour management skillsEnsure that pupils receive the additional support they need to manage their behaviourSupport the ethos of the school by implementing the behaviour policy and school expectationsIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        • kirklees, yorkshire and the humber
        • permanent
        • £16,500 - £21,000 per year
        • randstad education
        Are you a SEMH / SEN teaching assistant looking for a permanent role? Do you want to work alongside dedicated, talented and highly skilled people who work hard to provide the best possible experience for the pupils they support? Read on, because this is the job for you. We are working with a Kirklees school that provides specialist provision for students across Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 with SEMH and complex learning needs. This school is an extremely special place to work - with high attendance, very low exclusions and pupils make good progress over time. The school's approach includes nurture principles, social pedagogy and restorative practice. As part of a large multi academy trust, who invest heavily in staff development and training, there is excellent opportunity for progression.As a SEMH TA you will have a vitally important role at the school, helping to build a secure and happy school atmosphere and supporting pupils to learn effectively. As well as working within the school part of this role could also include outreach work. Requirements:Confident working with children with SEMH, complex needs and challenging behavioursHardworking, dedicated, relish a challenge and be prepared to give 100%A dedication to help to create a positive learning environmentBeing a resilient, caring and supportive personCommitment to working in a provision where nurture is at the heart of teaching and learningWilling to make a positive contribution to the life of the schoolThere is no doubt that this job is challenging, however the rewards are significant. If you think you have what it takes to make a difference in the lives of young people, please apply today.
        Are you a SEMH / SEN teaching assistant looking for a permanent role? Do you want to work alongside dedicated, talented and highly skilled people who work hard to provide the best possible experience for the pupils they support? Read on, because this is the job for you. We are working with a Kirklees school that provides specialist provision for students across Key Stages 2, 3 and 4 with SEMH and complex learning needs. This school is an extremely special place to work - with high attendance, very low exclusions and pupils make good progress over time. The school's approach includes nurture principles, social pedagogy and restorative practice. As part of a large multi academy trust, who invest heavily in staff development and training, there is excellent opportunity for progression.As a SEMH TA you will have a vitally important role at the school, helping to build a secure and happy school atmosphere and supporting pupils to learn effectively. As well as working within the school part of this role could also include outreach work. Requirements:Confident working with children with SEMH, complex needs and challenging behavioursHardworking, dedicated, relish a challenge and be prepared to give 100%A dedication to help to create a positive learning environmentBeing a resilient, caring and supportive personCommitment to working in a provision where nurture is at the heart of teaching and learningWilling to make a positive contribution to the life of the schoolThere is no doubt that this job is challenging, however the rewards are significant. If you think you have what it takes to make a difference in the lives of young people, please apply today.
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £65 - £90 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you skilled in managing challenging behaviour? Do you have experience working with primary age children who have additional needs? Are you looking for a new and rewarding role in education? If this sounds like you, we are currently recruiting for a teaching assistant in a local primary school in north Leeds. This is a full time role to start ASAP. You will be working on a 1:1 basis with a Year 3 pupil, supporting them in their learning and providing tailored interventions to enable them to achieve their full potential. The school has a caring, hard-working and committed team that strive to bring out the best in their children.The ideal candidate will be skilled in dealing with some challenging behaviours, and be able to quickly establish a positive working relationship.Benefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesFriendly school with dedicated staff teamDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteRequirements:Previous experience working with children Strong communication and behaviour management skillsEnsure that pupils receive the additional support they need to manage their behaviourSupport the ethos of the school by implementing the behaviour policy and school expectationsIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        Are you skilled in managing challenging behaviour? Do you have experience working with primary age children who have additional needs? Are you looking for a new and rewarding role in education? If this sounds like you, we are currently recruiting for a teaching assistant in a local primary school in north Leeds. This is a full time role to start ASAP. You will be working on a 1:1 basis with a Year 3 pupil, supporting them in their learning and providing tailored interventions to enable them to achieve their full potential. The school has a caring, hard-working and committed team that strive to bring out the best in their children.The ideal candidate will be skilled in dealing with some challenging behaviours, and be able to quickly establish a positive working relationship.Benefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesFriendly school with dedicated staff teamDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteRequirements:Previous experience working with children Strong communication and behaviour management skillsEnsure that pupils receive the additional support they need to manage their behaviourSupport the ethos of the school by implementing the behaviour policy and school expectationsIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        • leeds, yorkshire and the humber
        • contract
        • £65 - £90 per day
        • randstad education
        Are you looking for a new and rewarding role in education? Do you have experience working with primary age children who have additional needs? Are you skilled in managing challenging behaviour?If this sounds like you, we are currently recruiting for a teaching assistant in a local primary school in north Leeds. This is a full time role to start ASAP. You will be working on a 1:1 basis with a Year 2 pupil, supporting them in their learning and providing tailored interventions to enable them to achieve their full learning potential. You will be working in a happy and proactive team that strive to bring out the best in their children.The ideal candidate will be skilled in dealing with some challenging behaviours, and be able to quickly establish a positive working relationship.Benefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesWarm and friendly school with dedicated staff teamDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteRequirements:Previous experience working with children Strong communication and behaviour management skillsEnsure that pupils receive the additional support they need to manage their behaviourSupport the ethos of the school by implementing the behaviour policy and school expectationsIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
        Are you looking for a new and rewarding role in education? Do you have experience working with primary age children who have additional needs? Are you skilled in managing challenging behaviour?If this sounds like you, we are currently recruiting for a teaching assistant in a local primary school in north Leeds. This is a full time role to start ASAP. You will be working on a 1:1 basis with a Year 2 pupil, supporting them in their learning and providing tailored interventions to enable them to achieve their full learning potential. You will be working in a happy and proactive team that strive to bring out the best in their children.The ideal candidate will be skilled in dealing with some challenging behaviours, and be able to quickly establish a positive working relationship.Benefits:Weekly pay Refer a friend scheme with the opportunity to get up to £300Specialist career advice and progression opportunitiesWarm and friendly school with dedicated staff teamDedicated consultants with experience of working in educationFree training provided, both online and on-siteRequirements:Previous experience working with children Strong communication and behaviour management skillsEnsure that pupils receive the additional support they need to manage their behaviourSupport the ethos of the school by implementing the behaviour policy and school expectationsIf this sounds like the role for you, don't miss out - contact us today!
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