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As a candidate, are you looking for a Primary Teaching job in Leeds? If you are, this Year 4 teaching job in Leeds a wonderful opportunity for you. This Year 4 position was to begin after the holidays in October (Half Term) and will run until Easter with the possibility of extending to the end of the school year. Please note this job for Primary School Teacher was advertised some time ago and is now withdrawn. 1. We are looking for a hard-working and committed teacher who has experience teaching Key Stage 2, that was able to show initiative in the classroom and who was extremely passionate about teaching. 2. The pupils are from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds, the majority being either of Asian or White British origin. Many opportunities within the organisation. It was an successful school which upholds a sympathetic and caring environment. (N.B. Primary School Teacher is shown for research purposes only.) This was a larger than average primary school Find Bingley or Shipley as well as Leeds jobs on the right.
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Key points: Behaviour Support Worker - Summary Engage Education are currently working with a Trust across Yorkshire who have students aged 11-18 with Behaviour, Social and Emotional Difficulties (BESD). Some students have associated mental health difficulties and can express severe and complex social and behavioural needs. A background and interest in working with EBD and BESD children and young people is called for and if needed extra training could be provided. About the vacancy’s available Ideal Candidate The ideal candidate will have experience of working with children and young people with severe social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. Due to the nature of the students a fair, honest and assertive approach is needed. The Candidate must have strong classroom managements skills and the skillto deal with complex and demanding behaviour. Requirements The school will require a fully capable and appropriately qualified teacher. The role is open to more experienced teacher’s or strong NQT’s. Recent experience and a genuine passion for working with special needs is a necessity. Team Teach training, or any other form of restraint training, will be advantageous, nonetheless, not called for as appropriate training will be provided. School’s Mission and Focus The school provides stability, education and empowerment for each student that takes into account differentiated learning packages that allow all students to combinesocially, emotionally and educationally. The school offers both vocational subjects and the national curriculum mainsubjects and endeavours for all students to reach their potential in classes offering a 5:2 ratio. Please apply via this advert or contact Faye Pearson at Engage SEN Leeds and apply online ..........
Key points: Developing Your Potential Recruitment is seeking enthusiastic and committed candidates to join our organisationthat would welcome the potential opportunity to work in a classroom setting within schools in your area at all levels within the teaching sector. We are continuously working to build and keepclose partnerships with primary, secondary and SEN schools across the UK We will canvas CV?s to schools within your area to maximise your chances of gaining supply/voluntary and long term teaching work. Teaching assistant role and responsibilities: ·Assisting the classroom teacher ·Working with small groups and 1:1 support ·Supporting literacy and numeracy ·Help manage pupil behaviour ·Support the development and successfulness of work teams ·Help pupils to access the curriculum ·Work with other professionals ·Liaise successfully with parents Applicants that are qualified or have earlier work experience in a childcare setting are preferred nonetheless, we do not discriminate so all applications are welcome and will be considered subject to a full personal review. Developing Your Potential Recruitment will review all candidates CV?s as we will ambition to help you with any extra help you may require to maximise your employment opportunities. Developing Your Potential Recruitment is a professional recruitment and training organisation which prides itself in getting all of its candidates to their very highest skill set levels. In addition to all of our recruitment services, Developing Your Potential Recruitment also offers ongoing extra support to all of its candidates via the following: Your own dedicated consultant Access to opportunities nationwide Continuing Professional Development (CPD) (*may be subject to a fee) ( * for further information on the extra support we give our candidates visit our website) Developing Your Potential Recruitment is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. the employee will be expected to complete a Disclosure Application Form with a full DBS check (formally known as a CRB) (this will cost you £65 if applied through developing your potential recruitment) you must also supply 2 references. Send us your CV today to make an application. Developing Your Potential Recruitment Limited is an employment organisationand employment business ..........
Key points: Teaching Assistant- Primary SEN (Autism) Teaching Assistant- Primary SEN (Autism) Leeds This SEN Teaching Assistant role is available for an immediate start for an aspiring graduate with a passion for and experience in working with Special Educational Needs (SEN). This amazing 'exceptional' Primary School is seeking to employ a passionate graduate add to their friendly SEN team as an SEN Teaching Assistant and wants to meet you right away. SEN Teaching Assistant - Benefits * Earn up to £300 per week * Gain invaluable experience in a school setting * Ofsted 'exceptional' school in central Leeds * Work Monday-Friday * Long-term placement for the academic year * Great experience for a future Teacher or Educational Psychologist SEN Teaching Assistant - The Person If you are a graduate with a degree in Psychology and volunteer or other experience working with SEN this role could be perfect for you earlier school based experience is not necessary, you may have acquired skills working with autism and other SEN in different settings (e.g. adults, NHS, vulnerable people) which will transfer into a school environment. Strong communication, self-motivation and resilience is key to this role SEN Teaching Assistant - This job offer the employee will be working in a Year 1 classroom, supporting a little boy who is on the Autistic Spectrum with 1:1 interventions, working alongside a supportive class teacher and an inspirational SENCO to deliver his learning plans. His behaviour is good but he easily becomes distracted and needs help with his social skills to help him enjoy school as much as his classmates. Best of all you can build your experience working school hours (working), Monday-Friday, leaving you time to keep other part-time commitments if you desire. The role is for the rest of the academic year, giving you a real sense of job security and purpose. SEN Teaching Assistant - The School This sensational Ofsted 'exceptional' school is based in central Leeds, with excellent public transport links, so really easy to get to without a car. They have a proven track record of developing staff, including attendance to mainSEN training and relevant courses to ensure that you get the most out of your time there. This experience as an SEN Teaching Assistant could be the key step in your career in education as a teacher or educational psychology. Don't delay your application make an application today for this SEN Teaching Assistant role in Leeds ..........
Key points: Engage SEN are working with a variety of both expert and mainstream schools in Leeds, who are in need of strong SEN Teachers to join them in long term/permanent positions. We have full-time positions available with an immediate start for the right candidate. The Candidate must have QTS and have had recent and relevant experience working in settings with children who have special educational needs. The Candidate must be able to show this and give examples of any progression you have made in these settings. Criteria: Must have QTS Relevant experience working with SEN Enthusiasm and dedication to work with SEN Knowledge and skills to deliver exciting and inclusive lessons Able to changeto different levels of skill Engage SEN pay in line with AWR, entitling you to the full benefits of a permanent employee. Being represented by Engage Education the employee will be assigned to one dedicated consultant and have full access to ongoing CPD. Engage Education have been awarded ‘Recruitment Service of the Year 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2016’ at the Education Investor Awards. Please apply via this advert or contact the office on (Apply online only) ..........
Key points: SEN Teacher – Primary Mainstream School The Education Network are exclusively working with a larger than average primary school that requires 2 x experienced SEN Teacher on a permanent basis. The Job: To teach within an SEN unit attached to a large mainstream primary school based in Leeds. Teaching and supporting pupils diagnosed with autism and associated behavioural issues. Your job duties will include being responsible for planning and delivering lessons in accordance with pupils Individual Learning Plans (ILP’s/IEP’s) as well as ensuring the emotional needs and wellbeing of each pupil is catered for. The Applicant (you): A qualified teacher (QTS) experienced in teaching students with extra Educational Needs (AEN) / Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). the employee will have a calm and empathetic nature with exemplary conversational and communication and listening skills. Patient and supportive with passion for teaching and being part of the growth and development of young pupils. Ideally the employee will be Team Teach trained. nonetheless, this training can be provided to the successful applicant. The School: The school is a larger than average mainstream primary. The school has a higher than national average number of SEND students (with EHC plans). This is a permanent job, on a temp to perm basis through The Education Network initially, to start as soon possible The Education Network is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Appointments will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, including enhanced DBS checks and references. The Education Network is committed to Safer Recruitment and recruits to Compliance+ standards. Any appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check in addition to other safeguarding checks. The Education Network is an equal opportunities employer. The Education Network is acting as a recruitment organisationin relation to this vacancy. Due to the expected high-volume of applications we receive only short-listed candidates will be contacted within 3 days ..........
Have you recently graduated with a Psychology or related degree with a passion for working with Primary school children with behavioural needs?
As a jobseeker are you considering a career in teaching or educational psychology?
Would paid experience in a Primary school as an SEN Teaching Assistant be of interest to you?
This popular school in Leeds is seeking a high achieving Psychology graduate to help a number of SEN children. The SENCO is seeking a Teaching Assistant to help their work throughout the next academic year.
Teaching Assistant - Primary/SEN
.Primary SEN Teaching Assistant (ASD/Behaviour)
.Recent Psychology Graduate
Experience with SEN required . Excellent development opportunity . £300 per week
SEN Teaching Assistant This primary school is a successful mainstream setting with a proven track record of supporting young learners with extra needs to achieve their fullest potential. It has a friendly and successful Special Needs department with an exceptional SENCO who really values gifted graduates in her team and is seeking an aspiring Teaching Assistant to be working with her for the next academic year..
As an SEN Teaching Assistant, you will work closely with the SENCO to help a number of SEN pupils either on a 1:1 basis or in small groups. The Candidate will ensure the best possible education and ensure the pupils receive the support needed. The Candidate will be expected to be an excellent motivator to inspire the pupils learning and be committed to their success.
This is the perfect opportunity for a graduate to earn £300 per week whilst building further experience prior to further study or teacher training. Some foundation training will be given to help you adjust to your new role, so don't worry if you haven't worked in a school before. However on the other hand if you are a graduate with relevant volunteer experience then this will really support your application. The most important thing is that you are passionate about supporting children with significant learning barriers as a SEN Teaching Assistant.
Don't miss this perfect opportunity for an aspiring individual to really make a difference as a Primary SEN Teaching Assistant. Join this lovely school in Leeds by sending your CV to Amy at i-teachers right away £275 - £300 p week ..........
Key points: Teaching Assistant – Key Stage 2 The Education Network are exclusively working with a larger than average primary school that requires a Teaching Assistant. The Job: to help the pupils and teachers across Key Stage 2 To give support to children with mathematics, reading and writing on an individual, class or small To give extra help to children with special needs or those for whom English is not their first language Helping to develop programmes of learning activities and adapting appropriate materials Motivating and encouraging pupils Assisting with marking and correcting work Attending meetings and reviews Helping with school events, trips and activities Safeguarding The Applicant (you): An experienced and aspiring Teaching Assistant willing to go the extra mile. The Candidate must be outgoing, approachable and resilient. Able to hit the ground running and have the skillwillingness to help students with extra learning needs. The School: The school is a larger than average mainstream primary. The school has a higher than national average number of SEND students (with EHC plans). This is a permanent job, on a temp to perm basis through The Education Network initially, to start as soon possible The Education Network is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Appointments will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, including enhanced DBS checks and references. The Education Network is committed to Safer Recruitment and recruits to Compliance standards. Any appointment will be subject to an enhanced DBS check in addition to other safeguarding checks. The Education Network is an equal opportunities employer. The Education Network is acting as a recruitment organisationin relation to this vacancy. Due to the expected high-volume of applications we receive only short-listed candidates will be contacted within 3 days ..........
Key points: EBD Teaching Assistant - Graduate Role EBD Teaching Assistant - Graduate Role - Leeds As a candidate, are you a talented graduate, having not found the right graduate programme for you yet, but considering a career in teaching? Have you got experience supporting people with emotional and behavioural difficulties, and want to make an application this in a school based setting as a Teaching Assistant? Would paid experience as an EBD Teaching Assistant supporting an inclusion department for the rest of the academic year be the perfect role for you before teacher training? A secondary school in Leeds is seeking to employ a resilient and passionate recent graduate to join their inclusion department as an EBD Teaching Assistant to help students aged 11-16 who have emotional and behavioural difficulties. **EBD Teaching Assistant **Leeds Secondary School **Great experience before teacher training **Full training and support provided **SEN/EBD experience called for **£300 per week This Teaching Assistant role would involve working with the inclusion department which specialises in students 11-16 with emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD). Good behaviour management is called for for this job vacancy offer and you must have a good understanding of student's needs. the employee will support the classroom, small groups and individuals on a one to one basis. As a Teaching Assistant the employee will actively engage with students to promote interaction and co-operation with other students whilst ensuring that pupils make the most from curriculum based learning activities. the employee will have a great opportunity to help the teacher with classroom planning and behaviour management as well as monitoring and recording pupil's response to learning activities and general records. The School has a sensational reputation for developing young people, who may have previously had some difficulties in mainstream education. They are seeking to employ an inspiring graduate who can support them in continue to develop their pupils. The role is located centrally within Leeds, so easy access by all public transport links is available. If you think you have what it takes to succeed as a Graduate EBD Teaching Assistant, apply to join this fabulous school in Leeds Click apply or send your CV and covering letter to Amy at i-teachers ..........