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  • Posted: 18-04-2023
  • Category: Secondary Teaching Jobs
  • Location: Bradford
  • Type: Fulltime / Perm/Temp
  • Salary:

Secondary Teachers Wanted in Bradford

 

Premier Education is looking for passionate and dynamic Secondary Teachers to join our team in Bradford. We have several permanent teaching roles available starting in September, and we are seeking talented teachers who are committed to providing high-quality education to their students.

 

Responsibilities:

 

Plan, prepare and deliver engaging lessons that challenge and inspire students.

Assess and monitor student progress, providing feedback and support to ensure they reach their full potential.

Create a positive learning environment that promotes respect, diversity, and inclusion.

Collaborate with colleagues and other professionals to ensure the best possible outcomes for students.

Requirements:

 

Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) or relevant teaching qualification.

Experience teaching in a Secondary school setting.

A passion for education and a commitment to supporting the academic and personal development of your students.

Benefits of working with Premier Education:

 

Personalized support from our experienced recruitment consultants, who will help you find your ideal teaching role.

Access to a wide range of exciting and rewarding teaching positions in Bradford and beyond.

Competitive salaries and benefits packages, including pension contributions.

Ongoing professional development opportunities to enhance your skills and advance your career.

A supportive and welcoming community of teachers, who are committed to excellence in education.

At Premier Education, we understand the importance of finding the right teaching role. Our experienced recruitment consultants will work closely with you to understand your skills, experience, and career aspirations, and help you find your perfect teaching job in Bradford.

 If you are a Secondary Teacher looking for a permanent teaching role in Bradford, please apply today. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

 

 



  • Posted: 06-04-2023
  • Category: Nursery Nurse Jobs
  • Location: Prestbury, Macclesfield
  • Type: Full Time / Temp to Perm
  • Salary:

Attention all Nursery Practitioners!

Immediate permanent position!

  • Level 2 or 3 Nursery Nurse
  • 5 days per week
  • £11.67 per hour
  • Immediate start

Premier Education are working alongside some lovely nurseries in the Prestbury and Macclesfield areas, to find Level 2 or 3 qualified Nursery Nurses to start immediately. The roles at both nurseries are full- time 5 days per week.

The successful candidate will become part of a qualified, passionate and experienced team; striving to provide an inclusive, nurturing and stimulating high quality environment where children feel safe and secure and inspired to learn through play.

To be considered for the position you will need:

  • Level 2 or 3 Nursery Nurse qualification.
  • A strong understanding of the EYFS.
  • The ability to work as part of a team.
  • Be available immediately.
  • Be passionate and committed.

How to apply:

Please apply or register your interest in this nursery nurse position in these areas by sending an up-to-date CV to this advert! Or call 01625 538568 to speak with us further.

Premier Education is an education recruitment specialist and has been working with nurseries since 2001 in and around Cheshire and Greater Manchester.

We have a reputation for excellence, honesty and professionalism based on delivery of a quality service to both our candidates and our nurseries.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: £11.67 per hour

Schedule:

 

  • Monday to Friday


  • Posted: 05-04-2023
  • Category: Secondary Teaching Jobs
  • Location: Bradford
  • Type: Full time / Permanent
  • Salary: MPS-UPR + TLR 2B

Assistant Faculty Leader Humanities

History specialism

SALARY: MPS-UPR + TLR 2B

Based at an Academy in Bradford

Full time, Permanent (contract options available)

Start date: 01/09/2023

 

We are pleased to present an exciting new role that has become available within a leading Academy Trust located in the Bradford region.

 

Are you ambitious and self-reflective?

 

Do you seek feedback on your own performance and are committed to your own development?

 

About the role:

 

Assistant Faculty Leader - Humanities (History)

 

Assist the Faculty Leader to provide dynamic and inspirational leadership to the Global Faculty. Support with the development and implementation of key curriculum, department and whole school initiatives within the department area. Assisting to:

  • Ensure that the department delivers its objective of creating world class outcomes and experiences for its learners
  • Ensure that the strategies deployed within the department have impact
  • Standards of achievement: know accurately where every student in your department is in terms of their academic progression
  • Constantly evaluate the effectiveness of the curriculum and enrichment provision to secure great outcomes for learners and wonderful experiences
  • Create a team ethic. Enthusiastically leading colleagues within a positive and supportive working atmosphere, with a common vision for success and clear communication
  • Providing high quality line management to team members
  • Look for every opportunity to abandon the unnecessary and ensure staff are cherished
  • Actively contribute to cross school strategic planning and be actively involved in any cross-school Trust work

Teaching aspects:

  • To teach students according to their educational needs, including the appropriate setting and marking of work to be carried out by the students
  • Identifying effective intervention and mentoring strategies for students
  • To mark and grade students work in a way which enables you to give written/verbal and diagnostic feedback and maintain records of pupils' progress and development
  • Prepare pupils for qualifications and external examinations
  • To use a variety of delivery methods, which will stimulate learning appropriate to student needs and demands of the syllabus, for example, podcasts, interactive whiteboards etc

If you are interested in this role, please apply by sending your CV to this advert and one of our team will be in touch to go through your experience with you.

Full reference checks will be performed and an Enhanced DBS on the update service will be required. High levels of compliance and safeguarding checks will be conducted.

 



  • Posted: 31-03-2023
  • Category: Other School Roles
  • Location: Bradford
  • Type: fulltime / temp
  • Salary: £90 a day

Job Title: Temporary School Administrator

Location: Bradford

Hours: 7.30am to 3.30pm, Monday to Friday

Duration: After Easter until further notice

Salary: Competitive

We are currently seeking a temporary School Administrator to start after Easter in a temporary role.. The successful candidate will provide administrative support to the school and play a key role in ensuring the smooth running of day-to-day operations.

Responsibilities:

Answering phone calls and responding to emails

Maintain and updating student records

Filing and archiving paperwork

Coordinating school events and activities

Assisting with financial administration

General administrative duties as required

Requirements:

Previous administrative experience in a school setting

Understanding of GDPR and safeguarding

Excellent organisational and time management skills

Strong communication skills

Good IT skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Office

Ability to work well under pressure and manage multiple tasks

This is an exciting opportunity to join a friendly and supportive team in a dynamic and challenging environment. If you are an experienced School Administrator with a passion for education, we would love to hear from you.

To apply, please send your CV to us ASAP.



  • Posted: 29-03-2023
  • Category: Primary Teaching Jobs
  • Location: Atherton and Leigh
  • Type: Part Time / Temporary Long Term
  • Salary: £100-£140 Per Day

Reception Teacher - ECTs very welcome!

Starting the end of April

Atherton and Leigh area

Tues to Fri until Summer 2023

Premier Education are working on behalf of fabulously supportive school in the Atherton and Leigh area to help them find an EYFS teacher for their Reception class to join their team at the end of April on a long term basis. The school are particularly keen for an ECT to join their team in this role.

Candidates will lead pupils of all abilities in aspects of teaching and child development, and inspire them to be successful learners across a range of subjects by having a great understanding of the Early Years Framework.

The school are wanting teacher to come in in the next two weeks for a trial day.

Primary Teacher Requirements

  • Ability to plan, resource and mark lessons as and when required
  • Strong knowledge of the EYFS Framework.
  • Highly motivated, dedicated and passionate practitioner
  • Use a range of stimulating and imaginative resources
  • Commitment in any role to the entirety of your obligations and the ethos of the school / provision
  • Strong Literacy, Numeracy and ICT Skills
  • Safeguarding and PREVENT Duty training

Primary Teacher Benefits

  • Holiday Pay
  • Weekly Pay – PAYE
  • Pension Scheme
  • Passionate and experienced consultant available 24/7 to support you in your journey
  • Commitment to Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people within education

Premier Education has been a leading Education agency in the North of England since 2001 and we have helped a large number of teachers find work over the years. We are a professionally run friendly organisation who are reliable, conscientious and really work hard to try to find you the right post. You can apply now by sending an up to date CV to us.



  • Posted: 29-03-2023
  • Category: Secondary Teaching Jobs
  • Location: Cheadle
  • Type: Full Time / Temporary Long Term
  • Salary: £120-£180 Per Day

Science Teacher

• Starting 17th April 2023 for the entire Summer Term

• Full time 5 days a week

• Potential for a permanent role

• £120-£180 per day

• Stockport area.

Premier Education is currently working on behalf of a fabulous SEN provision in the Stockport area that is looking to appoint a Science Teacher to start after the Easter holidays until the Summer 2023. This role will be full-time and lasting until at least July with the potential for a permanent role as the school are recruiting for September.

The role would require the candidate to teach small groups of students in KS3, KS4 and Post 16 with. You would be teaching Science to the National Curriculum, which could include working towards Entry level and GCSE.

The ideal candidate will have prior experience of working with pupils with a wide range of Special Educational Needs and have a proven track-record as a teacher specialising in Science. Most importantly, you must have a genuine interest in supporting SEND pupils.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be an excellent practitioner with the commitment and motivation to inspire pupils’ learning and development
  • Have experience of teaching young people with Autism or Special Educational Needs within the primary or secondary sector or have a specific interest in developing their teaching skills in a special school setting.
  • Have high expectations of young people, and a commitment to raising standards of attainment to ensure that they can achieve their full educational potential
  • Have experience of enhancement of pupil progress gains and raising attainment and achievement levels of all students
  • Be able to demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement and innovation through imaginative and differentiated lessons which meet individual needs
  • Have experience of current assessment practice and the use of data and pupil progress tracking to ensure that all groups of learners achieve
  • Possess the emotional and physical resilience necessary when working with young people with a range of complex needs
  • Be able to build positive relationships with the class group, ensuring consistency and continuity on a daily basis.
  • Have the ability to foster good relationships with other staff, pupils, parents and the wider community
  • Be hard working, organised and proactive in their professional development

Premier Education has been working with schools in and around Manchester for 20 years. We have a reputation for excellence, honesty and professionalism based on delivery of a quality service to both our candidates and our schools. We offer competitive rates of pay, free accredited CPD and support in finding work to suit your lifestyle.

If you are interested in this Science Teacher position, please email your CV



  • Posted: 29-03-2023
  • Category: Secondary Teaching Jobs
  • Location: Cheadle
  • Type: Full Time / Temporary Long Term
  • Salary: £120-£180 Per Day

Art Teacher

Starting 17th April 2023 for the entire Summer Term

Full time 5 days a week

Potential for a permanent role

£120-£180 per day

Stockport area.

Premier Education is currently working on behalf of a fabulous SEN provision in the Stockport area that is looking to appoint a Art Teacher to start after the Easter holidays until the Summer 2023. This role will be full-time and lasting until at least July with the potential for a permanent role as the school are recruiting for September.

The role would require the candidate to teach small groups of students in KS2, KS3, KS4 and Post 16 with Autism. You would be teaching Art and Design to the National Curriculum, The Arts Award, GCSE and A Level in a fun and accessible way.

The ideal candidate will have prior experience of working with pupils with a wide range of Special Educational Needs and have a proven track-record as a teacher specialising in Art and Design. Most importantly, you must have a genuine interest in supporting SEND pupils.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be an excellent practitioner with the commitment and motivation to inspire pupils’ learning and development
  • Have experience of teaching young people with Autism or Special Educational Needs within the primary or secondary sector or have a specific interest in developing their teaching skills in a special school setting.
  • Have high expectations of young people, and a commitment to raising standards of attainment to ensure that they can achieve their full educational potential
  • Have experience of enhancement of pupil progress gains and raising attainment and achievement levels of all students
  • Be able to demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement and innovation through imaginative and differentiated lessons which meet individual needs
  • Have experience of current assessment practice and the use of data and pupil progress tracking to ensure that all groups of learners achieve
  • Possess the emotional and physical resilience necessary when working with young people with a range of complex needs
  • Be able to build positive relationships with the class group, ensuring consistency and continuity on a daily basis.
  • Have the ability to foster good relationships with other staff, pupils, parents and the wider community
  • Be hard working, organised and proactive in their professional development

Premier Education has been working with schools in and around Manchester for 20 years. We have a reputation for excellence, honesty and professionalism based on delivery of a quality service to both our candidates and our schools. We offer competitive rates of pay, free accredited CPD and support in finding work to suit your lifestyle.

If you are interested in this Art Teacher position, please email your CV



  • Posted: 28-03-2023
  • Category: Teaching Assistants
  • Location: Tameside
  • Type: Fulltime / Temp
  • Salary:

We are looking for an outstanding SEN TA in the Tameside Area!

  • 5 days a week
  • 1:1 Role with KS1 Child
  • £75-£80 per day (depending on experience)
  • Ongoing role starting 17th April to at least ½ term maybe July
  • Experience with SEND

Premier Education are supporting a lovely school in the Tameside area to find a full time SEN Teaching Assistant. We are looking for an outstanding teaching assistant who has experience working with KS1 aged children with SEND.

The role will involve working with a KS1 child who needs 1 to 1 support to assist with their learning. The child requires one to one support and the teaching assistant must be comfortable working with the child on a personalised curriculum.

The main aspects of the role are:

  • To provide support and guidance to the pupil by removing barriers to learning
  • To support and facilitate change and transition
  • To be a consistent support to avoid any further disruption
  • To be an active participant in supporting the timetable in all it's different contexts

Ideal Candidates will:

  • Experience supporting pupils with SEND would be highly advantageous
  • Confident with following a personalised curriculum
  • Be resilient, dedicated and reliable

Candidates who have experience or are interested in opportunities within the SEN sector will be subject to Premier Education’s stringent vetting procedures including referencing as well as a registration interview. We have opportunities across Manchester and other areas in the North West as well so if you are aware of anyone else that may be interested please ask them to get in touch by responding to this advert or calling 01625 538 568 today!



  • Posted: 27-03-2023
  • Category: Teaching Assistants
  • Location: Tarporley
  • Type: Part Time / Temporary
  • Salary: £75 per day

We are looking for an outstanding SEN TA in the Tarporley Area!

  • 3 mornings a week
  • 1:1 Role with KS2 Child
  • £70-£75 per day (depending on experience)
  • Ongoing role starting ASAP
  • Experience with SEND (essential)

Premier Education are supporting a lovely school in the Tarporley area to find a part time SEN Teaching Assistant. We are looking for an outstanding teaching assistant who has experience working with nursery aged children with SEND.

The role will involve working with a Year 4 child who has ASD and ADHD difficulties. The child requires one to one support and the teaching assistant must be comfortable working with the child on a personalised curriculum.

The main aspects of the role are:

  • To provide support and guidance to the pupil by removing barriers to learning
  • To support and facilitate change and transition
  • To be a consistent support to avoid any further disruption
  • To be an active participant in supporting the timetable in all it's different contexts

Ideal Candidates will:

  • Have experience supporting learners with ASD / ADHD
  • Experience supporting pupils with SEND would be highly advantageous
  • Confident with following a personalised curriculum
  • Be resilient, dedicated and reliable

Candidates who have experience or are interested in opportunities within the SEN sector will be subject to Premier Education’s stringent vetting procedures including referencing as well as a registration interview. We have opportunities across Manchester and other areas in the North West as well so if you are aware of anyone else that may be interested please ask them to get in touch by responding to this advert or calling 01625 538 568 today!



  • Posted: 24-03-2023
  • Category: Nursery Nurse Jobs
  • Location: Sandbach
  • Type: Full Time / Part Time /
  • Salary:
Attention all Nursery Practitioners or those who are passionate about supporting and caring for children!
We have a wonderful, leafy independent nursery in the Cheshire area looking for the following:
  • Nursery Nurse
  • Qualified practitioners or unqualified who are are willing to gain their NVQ Level 2/3 qualification.
  • £10.65 - £11.65 per hour
  • Nursery located close to the Sandbach, Congleton and Kidsgrove area.
We are looking for passionate and pro-active practitioners to work in a lovely, independent nursery on the outskirts of the Sandbach area.
The successful applicant will be an energetic, keen and supportive team member, excellent at following instructions as well as being self-motivated and able to use their initiative.
The role will be to support the nursery with the care and development of children between the ages of 0-5 years. This is an exciting opportunity for a school or college leaver, or unqualified individual to work as part of a great team.
Job Role:
>To support the room supervisor and nursery management with the daily running of the nursery
>To assist with the full care of children, i.e. ensuring their physical needs (food & personal hygiene) are met.
>Assist with safe, creative, appropriate play opportunities, preparing activities through an organised programme.
>Consistently meeting legislative requirements and delivering outstanding standards.
>Assist with the provision of healthy/ nutritional snacks and meals.
>Assist with daily parent forms, observations and assessments etc.
This is a fantastic opportunity for forward-thinking and determined applicants to build on your CV and experience.
To be considered for this position you will need:
  • A genuine love and passion for caring for children.
  • To have or be willing to gain a NVQ Level 2 &/3 in Childcare
  • To be available to work between 8am and 6pm.
  • To have a passion for further developing the growth of young children.
  • Experience of working in a team.
Premier Education can offer:
  • Competitive Rates of Pay dependent on experience an nature of the role.
  • Caring, dedicated and committed staff team
  • Local schools with regular work opportunities
  • Auto-enrolment into the group pension scheme and a holiday fund to secure some income during the school holiday period
Premier Education is an education recruitment specialist and has been working with nurseries since 2001 in and around Cheshire and Greater Manchester.
We have a reputation for excellence, honesty and professionalism based on delivery of a quality service to both our candidates and our nurseries.
Please apply or register your interest in this nursery nurse position by sending an up-to-date CV to this advert! Or call 01618509910 to speak with us further.


  • Posted: 24-03-2023
  • Category: Other School Roles
  • Location: Macclesfield
  • Type: Fulltime / temp
  • Salary: £11.70 per hr

Job Title: Temporary School Administrator

Location: Macclesfield

Hours: 8am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday

Duration: After Easter until further notice

Salary: Competitive

We are currently seeking a temporary School Administrator to join our team in Macclesfield. The successful candidate will provide administrative support to the school and play a key role in ensuring the smooth running of day-to-day operations.

Responsibilities:

  • Answering phone calls and responding to emails
  • Maintaining and updating student records
  • Filing and archiving paperwork
  • Coordinating school events and activities
  • Assisting with financial administration
  • General administrative duties as required

Requirements:

  • Previous administrative experience in a school setting
  • Understanding of GDPR and safeguarding
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Good IT skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Ability to work well under pressure and manage multiple tasks

This is an exciting opportunity to join a friendly and supportive team in a dynamic and challenging environment. If you are an experienced School Administrator with a passion for education, we would love to hear from you.

To apply, please send your CV



  • Posted: 17-03-2023
  • Category: Secondary Teaching Jobs
  • Location: Stoke
  • Type: Full Time / Temporary with potential to become Permanent
  • Salary:
  • Art Teacher
  • ASAP start
  • Monday to Friday
  • Long term with potential to become permanent.
  • Stoke SEMH provision
  • £100 - £150 per day (dependent on experience)

Premier Education is currently working on behalf of an SEMH provision in the Stoke area that is looking to appoint an Art Teacher to start as soon as possible until at least July 2023. The pupils range in age from 11-16 so the successful candidate will be qualified to teach up to GCSE.

The ideal candidate will ideally have prior experience of working with pupils with a wide range of Social Emotional and Mental Health Needs and have a proven track-record as a teacher of Art. However, the school will consider ECT's.

Most importantly, you must have a genuine interest in supporting SEMH pupils.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be an excellent practitioner with the commitment and motivation to inspire pupils’ learning and development
  • Have experience of teaching young people with SEMH Needs within the primary or secondary sector or have a specific interest in developing their teaching skills in a special school setting.
  • Have high expectations of young people, and a commitment to raising standards of attainment to ensure that they can achieve their full educational potential
  • Have experience of enhancement of pupil progress gains and raising attainment and achievement levels of all students
  • Be able to demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement and innovation through imaginative and differentiated lessons which meet individual needs
  • Have experience of current assessment practice and the use of data and pupil progress tracking to ensure that all groups of learners achieve
  • Possess the emotional and physical resilience necessary when working with young people with a range of complex needs
  • Be able to build positive relationships with the class group, ensuring consistency and continuity on a daily basis.
  • Have the ability to foster good relationships with other staff, pupils, parents and the wider community
  • Be hard working, organised and proactive in their professional development

Premier Education has been working with schools in and around Cheshire for 20 years. We have a reputation for excellence, honesty and professionalism based on delivery of a quality service to both our candidates and our schools. We offer competitive rates of pay, free accredited CPD and support in finding work to suit your lifestyle.

If you are interested in this Art Teacher position, please email your CV



  • Posted: 17-03-2023
  • Category: SEN Jobs
  • Location: Stoke-on-trent
  • Type: Full Time / Temporary with potential to become Permanent
  • Salary:

Secondary English Teacher - SEMH Provision

Full Time– 37.5 days a week

£100-£150 per day

Long term until July 2023

Temporary with the potential to be permanent

Specialist provision

 

Premier Education is working in partnership with a specialist provision in the Stokearea who supports children and young people aged 11-16 years old who have a diagnosis of SEMH (social, emotional and mental health). They are currently looking for a number of specialist staff to work in their provision on a long term and full time basis.

If you are a English teacher and are looking for a new and exciting role to start in April 2023 then we would love to hear from you. You would be responsible for teaching pupils in KS3 and KS4 who can sometimes exhibit challenging behaviours and so the ability to be committed and resilient is essential.

Working in an SEMH environment can be one of the most rewarding education settings as many pupils come from sensitive and vulnerable backgrounds and you could be a part of a multi-disciplinary team working to ensure structure and balance is added to their lives.

Ideally Candidates will have:

· Will have recent or relevant experience working with SEMH / ESBD

· Will have QTS/QTLS or an appropriate teaching qualification

· Have a DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one

· Will be dedicated, committed and passionate

· Will have a good understanding of the needs within specialist and mainstream provisions

· Have access to a car or be familiar with public transport routes

· Will responsible, safe and inclusive when planning and implementing lessons for students

· Have qualifications relevant to working in SEND establishments e.g. Team Teach, Moving and Handling, MAPA etc.

All candidates that apply to register for work with Premier Education will be subject to stringent vetting and clearance procedures including a face to face or online interview. Please ensure you have an updated CV and are able to attend a registration interview with us should you be an ideal candidate.



  • Posted: 17-03-2023
  • Category: SEN Jobs
  • Location: Stoke-on-trent
  • Type: Full Time / Temp
  • Salary:

Food Technology Teacher (SEMH)

  • Starting as soon as possible
  • Long term with potential to become permanent
  • Full time 5 days a week
  • Role is until at least Summer
  • £110-£150 per day depending on experience
  • Stoke area.

Premier Education is currently working on behalf of a fabulous SEMH provision in the Stoke area that is looking to appoint a Food Technology Teacher to start as soon as possible. This role will be full-time and lasting until at least Summer with potential to become permanent if successful.

The role would require the candidate to teach small groups of students between the ages of 11 and 16 with Attachment disorders and other SEMH needs. You would be teaching the fundamental skills within Food Technology such as safety in the kitchen, nutrition and healthy eating and instilling a love of cooking in a fun and accessible way.

The ideal candidate will ideally have prior experience of working with pupils with a wide range of SEMH needs and have a proven track-record as a teacher specialising in Food Technology. Most importantly, you must have a genuine interest in supporting SEMH pupils.

The successful candidate will:

  • Be an excellent practitioner with the commitment and motivation to inspire pupils’ learning and development
  • Have experience of teaching young people with SEMH needs within the primary or secondary sector or have a specific interest in developing their teaching skills in a special school setting.
  • Have high expectations of young people, and a commitment to raising standards of attainment to ensure that they can achieve their full educational potential
  • Have experience of enhancement of pupil progress gains and raising attainment and achievement levels of all students
  • Be able to demonstrate a commitment to continuous improvement and innovation through imaginative and differentiated lessons which meet individual needs
  • Have experience of current assessment practice and the use of data and pupil progress tracking to ensure that all groups of learners achieve
  • Possess the emotional and physical resilience necessary when working with young people with a range of complex needs
  • Be able to build positive relationships with the class group, ensuring consistency and continuity on a daily basis.
  • Have the ability to foster good relationships with other staff, pupils, parents and the wider community
  • Be hard working, organised and proactive in their professional development
  • Be a team player who can work effectively with all members of the New Bridge team

Premier Education has been working with schools in and around Manchester for 20 years. We have a reputation for excellence, honesty and professionalism based on delivery of a quality service to both our candidates and our schools. We offer competitive rates of pay, free accredited CPD and support in finding work to suit your lifestyle. If you are interested in this Food Technology Teacher position, please email your CV



  • Posted: 17-03-2023
  • Category: SEN Jobs
  • Location: Stoke - on - Trent
  • Type: / Long Term
  • Salary:

Learning Support Assistant

Stoke SEMH school

Both FULL TIME and PART TIME options available

Until end of Acadmic Year

Temp to Perm opportunities.

£70 - £85 per day

Starting ASAP

Are you passionate about working with young people?

Do you have experience supporting students in a learning environment?

Are you able to communicate very clearly?

We are working with a Stoke based SEMH school who require an additional member of staff within their support team to help students on a 1 to 1 basis with their learning needs.

This role is ideally suited to a patient individual who enjoys spending time with young people, helping them to understand the work they are provided with.Enjoy a rewarding education career and have a real impact on Children’s lives. Join an amazing team making our schools and classrooms supportive, enriching places where vulnerable children and young people achieve far more than they ever expected.

As a Learning Support Assistant, you will connect directly with the brilliant children and young people we care for, helping to make sure they get the very best from their education. Each individual has so much potential, and they will rely on you to guide their learning journeys.

You will help prepare learning materials and run classroom activities, with plenty of hands-on experience and some supervision too. You will take responsibility for their emotional and physical needs, supporting them to develop as individuals and engage with the world.

Supporting children with complex Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH) needs is important and rewarding work, and you will benefit from the tremendous support offered by our hugely experienced teams. As you help our children and young people achieve real and significant progress, you will enjoy having a direct, positive impact on their developing lives.

Who we are looking for

Experience working with in an SEMH is desirable but not essential. If you are eager to help vulnerable children and young people to live happy, fulfilling lives, this is the role for you. 

You will be adaptable and ready to work in a variety of classroom roles, both indoors and outside according to individual need. Taking a responsive and caring approach, you may be running classroom activities, leading outdoor experiences or supervising children as they explore further afield.

Our schools are built on great teamwork and mutual support. If you enjoy working as part of a dedicated team, sharing knowledge, experience and learning, simply fill in our safeguarding-compliant application form and a member of our team will be in touch.



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