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SEN School
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SEN School school in OldhamFull Time
11 Dec - Jul 26
Job Post: Role: SEN School Teaching Assistant Availability: Full Time About the School: Special school in Oldham that provides an educational offer for children and young people with a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) and Speech, language and communication difficulties. About the Role: - Assist teachers in planning, preparing, and delivering lessons to SEN students - Provide individual support to students with special educational needs - Help create a safe and inclusive learning environment for all students - Support students with personal care, including feeding and toileting, if necessary - Assist in managing challenging behavior and implementing behavior management strategies - Collaborate with teachers, parents, and other professionals to support the development and progress of students - Contribute to the assessment and monitoring of students' progress - Participate in training and professional development opportunities provided by the school Requirements: - Relevant qualifications and experience working with children with special educational needs - Knowledge of different learning difficulties and strategies to support students - Strong communication and interpersonal skills - Patience, empathy, and understanding towards students with diverse needs - Ability to work effectively as part of a team - Flexibility and adaptability to meet the changing needs of students - A valid and up-to-date DBS check (or willingness to obtain one) Benefits of Zen Educate for Teachers and Teaching Assistants: - Work-life balance: Zen Educate allows you to choose when and where you want to work, giving you the flexibility to manage your personal life alongside your professional commitments. - Better pay: We offer competitive rates of pay for teaching assistants, ensuring that your skills and experience are valued and rewarded. - On-hand support: Zen Educate provides ongoing support to help teaching staff find the right role. Our team is here to assist you throughout the application process and match you with suitable positions that meet your preferences and qualifications. If you are passionate about making a difference in the lives of SEN students and want to join a supportive school environment, apply now through Zen Educate to find your perfect role.
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Posted 3 days ago
SEN, SEN challenging behaviour SEN TA
SEN School school in ManchesterFull Time
4 Dec - Jul 18
SEN TA required for a secondary school, this role will require somebody wth strong behaviour management
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Posted 12 days ago
SEN Teaching Assistant
SEN School school in StockportFull Time
6 Nov - Jul 26
Role Name: SEN School Teaching Assistant We are currently looking for a skilled and experienced Learning Support Assistant to join a Secondary school based in Stockport. This school caters to young people who have identified Social, Emotional or mental Health issues where you will be working on a 1-2-1 or 2-2-1 basis. This role requires someone with a strong background in working with SEN students with an opportunity for this position to become a permanent for the right person. As a Teaching Assistant, you will have the chance to support the pupils at alternative provisions and take them out to engage in social activities such as pool, local parks, and the John Muir Project. Access to a vehicle is paramount for this role. Requirements: - Experience working in a similar role, preferably within an SEN school or with students with SEMH needs - Strong communication and interpersonal skills - Ability to work on a 1-2-1 or 2-2-1 basis with challenging pupils - Access to a vehicle for transporting pupils to alternative provisions and social activities At Zen Educate, we value the work-life balance of our teachers and teaching assistants. We understand the importance of having time for personal and family commitments, which is why we offer flexible working options. Additionally, we believe that teachers and teaching assistants should be fairly compensated for their hard work. With Zen Educate, you can enjoy better pay compared to traditional agency rates. Lastly, we provide hands-on support to help teaching staff find the right role. Our dedicated team is here to guide you through the process and ensure you have the best possible experience in your role as a Teaching Assistant. If you are a dedicated and experienced SEN School Teaching Assistant looking for a fulfilling role, apply now and join our team at Zen Educate.
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Posted about 1 month ago
SEN School school in BoltonFull Time
20 Nov
Several SEN TA Positions available at a non-maintained special school for pupils aged 3 to 19 years old with special educational needs and disability. There are many roles available across different SEN needs, the School transforms the lives of children and young adults with significant physical impairment, complex health needs, learning disability and / or Autistic Spectrum Conditions through award winning and highly acclaimed services.
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Posted about 2 months ago
SEN Teaching Assistant
SEN School school in ManchesterFull Time
30 Oct - Dec 15
An SEN specialised school based in Oldham is seeking highly experienced Teaching Assistant on full-time, long-term basis starting from October 30th. This is a highly demanding and rewarding job that requires a great deal of patience, empathy and understanding. The school caters to children with severe moderate learning difficulties, physical needs, behavioural needs, severe autism and non-verbal children who use signs and symbols to communicate. As a teaching assistant, you will need to recognise triggers that lead to upsetting behaviour and respond to those triggers in a way that helps to deescalate situations and ensure the safety of the student and those around them. You will need to understand the purpose of the communication of non-verbal students and use innovative techniques to help them communicate clearly with those around them. The sucessfull person will be calm, and be able to work as part of a team. You will need to demonstrate great resilience, patience, and understanding, as well as a deep passion for helping children with special needs achieve their full potential.
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Posted about 2 months ago
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