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    • guildford, surrey
    • temporary
    • full-time
    Can you ensure that there is a positive learning environment for the children to excel in?Are you passionate about working with children and being a role model?Can you see yourself working with children needing additional support? We are looking for an enthusiastic, resilient, and committed Class Teacher (Primary) to help support a specialist social, emotional and mental health provision for boys aged 5-11. The school is part of the London South East Academy Trust which has a wealth of experience in supporting children with a range of needs across all age groups. School BenefitsExcellent training and guidance Supportive management Extensive grounds On site parking Flexible work patterns A unique teaching approach Your responsibilities will include:Provided teaching and support to groups 5-8 in sizePlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing on life skillsProvide behaviour based support that may impact quality of lifeLeading students during class by tracking their progress Enabling learners to access the curriculumSupporting the pastoral needs of the learnersBeing an active part in creating a positive learning environmentSupporting students as part of a small group in a range of activities throughout the dayUsing your interests to engage learners in learning Key skills and experience needed:Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)DBS Clear Experience working with people with special needsBe able to work with learners that have various learning difficulties including epilepsy and autismHave an understanding of students with emotional needsWillingness to learn and build relationships with learnersThe ability to work as an individual and as a part of the team.Be flexible in your approach to education.Own means of transport is essential If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.uk
    Can you ensure that there is a positive learning environment for the children to excel in?Are you passionate about working with children and being a role model?Can you see yourself working with children needing additional support? We are looking for an enthusiastic, resilient, and committed Class Teacher (Primary) to help support a specialist social, emotional and mental health provision for boys aged 5-11. The school is part of the London South East Academy Trust which has a wealth of experience in supporting children with a range of needs across all age groups. School BenefitsExcellent training and guidance Supportive management Extensive grounds On site parking Flexible work patterns A unique teaching approach Your responsibilities will include:Provided teaching and support to groups 5-8 in sizePlan, prepare and deliver lessons and activities, focusing on life skillsProvide behaviour based support that may impact quality of lifeLeading students during class by tracking their progress Enabling learners to access the curriculumSupporting the pastoral needs of the learnersBeing an active part in creating a positive learning environmentSupporting students as part of a small group in a range of activities throughout the dayUsing your interests to engage learners in learning Key skills and experience needed:Qualified Teacher Status (QTS)DBS Clear Experience working with people with special needsBe able to work with learners that have various learning difficulties including epilepsy and autismHave an understanding of students with emotional needsWillingness to learn and build relationships with learnersThe ability to work as an individual and as a part of the team.Be flexible in your approach to education.Own means of transport is essential If you want to know more about this fantastic opportunity or wish to send us your application then please don't hesitate to apply now! For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Chris Barrett on 01293 527416 or chris.barrett@randstad.co.uk
    • guildford, surrey
    • permanent
    • full-time
    SEN Lead Support Worker needed in the Guildford area!Flexible working available, with full and part time working hours!Joining bonus of £1000 available! This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced classroom practitioner, personal care, or teaching assistant who is passionate, wants the opportunity to empower others. Your role would be that of Lead Support Worker within a well-established non-maintained specialist provision in the Brighton & Hove area. This specialist setting takes great pride in improving the lives of young adults aged 7-25, the majority of whom have special educational needs, while maintaining core values, and philosophies. This role will also allow you to expand your knowledge and match your aspirations, with an amazing range of tailored learning and development opportunities. This is a permanent position, with flexible working hours available. What can we offer you? Fulfilling and meaningful work - Make a difference! Actual starting salary of £21,432 before tax (starting salary)Free lunch Pay about the Brighton and Hove living wage. All care staff received a 9-12% pay rise in 2021Dedication to our employees mental wellbeing, and offer a drop in service, free counselling, coaching, and occupational health specialist sessionsCareer development plans that are tailored to youFree healthcare cash plans (Claim back dental and health fees) Discounts across business and in the local community. Key Responsibilities:To recruit, supervise and manage a team of Learning Support Workers within designated Key Stages / tutor groups, ensuring the highest standards of learning support are maintained. Further developing and participating in the recruitment process of bank staff / LSWs; including shortlisting, interviewing and participating in assessment centres.Providing induction and job familiarisation training for new staff.Undertaking monthly probation meetings, half-termly supervisions and annual performance reviews (mid-term and end of year).Addressing any performance management issues as required.Attending timetabled sessions, acting as role model to Learner Support Workers in the development of teaching support skills and transferring specialist expertise.Carrying out training needs analysis with Teaching Assistants/ Learner Support Workers to ensure continued self-development of staff and updated skills.Organising and chairing half-termly meetings with the LSWs, promoting positive communication and ensuring that minutes are fed back to the Senior Lead.Assisting the Pathway Leaders in following up any organisational matters regarding Learner Support Workers such as implementing new systems and processes.To work with the residential staff to ensure good hand overs and effective joint working takes place.To undertake Learner Support Worker observations, providing feedback and recommending developmental areas.Carrying out formal observations, including joint observations with the teaching staff Providing the LSW with verbal and written feedback.Liaising with the LSW's line manager regarding feedback for supervisions.Identifying training needs to support the LSW in their professional development.Liaising with Teaching staff and Lead Practitioner in the collation of observation data.To support the Teaching Staff and Transitions team in the management of prospective learners' initial assessment process.Supporting assessment learners in designated Tutor Groups for the duration of theirvisit.Ensuring relevant paperwork has been read and visual schedules and resources havebeen prepared for the learner assessment, preceding a visit.Providing detailed feedback on the Education Pastoral Assessment Feedback form within a week of the visit.Liaising with Teachers and the Wellbeing Team.To provide input into specific tutor groups within designated Key Stages/Tutor groups.Attending and constructively contributing to meetings as required.Working with the Tutor by overseeing LSW contributions to learner documentation whereneeded.Continuously assessing support levels within the tutor groups, and modelling the promotion of learners' independence skillsAiding in the creation of targets, ensuring they reflect EHCP outcomes, destinations & aspirationsAssisting the Senior Lead and Operations team, by ensuring Learner Support Workers utilise Databridge appropriately and raise any issues with the timetable.Providing advice and guidance to promote improvements in current practice.Liaising with Teachers and the Wellbeing team.Supporting the Autism Leads by ensuring relevant information (e.g. environmental,observational, training) is up to date.Assisting the Teaching staff in following up any organisational matters regarding learners including chairing debriefs.Knowledge, skills and experienceExcellent classroom practitioner.Demonstrable experience of professional communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal.Experience of working with multidisciplinary teams.Experience of MIS packages such as Databridge and Behaviour WatchExperience of working with learners with Autism Spectrum Condition and complex Needs.Experience of supporting organisation's assessment for learning processes;Demonstrable knowledge of how to enhance learners' social and personal development.Managerial experience (desirable).Excellent communication and facilitation skills with all stakeholders.A passion for working with our learners, colleagues and families.Ability to work flexibly to meet the needs of the learners and organisational priorities.Ability to motivate and work with others to create a shared culture and positive climate.High level of resilience and determination.Calm and organised approach to working under pressure and the ability to inspire this in others.Adopt a reflective approach to work.
    SEN Lead Support Worker needed in the Guildford area!Flexible working available, with full and part time working hours!Joining bonus of £1000 available! This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced classroom practitioner, personal care, or teaching assistant who is passionate, wants the opportunity to empower others. Your role would be that of Lead Support Worker within a well-established non-maintained specialist provision in the Brighton & Hove area. This specialist setting takes great pride in improving the lives of young adults aged 7-25, the majority of whom have special educational needs, while maintaining core values, and philosophies. This role will also allow you to expand your knowledge and match your aspirations, with an amazing range of tailored learning and development opportunities. This is a permanent position, with flexible working hours available. What can we offer you? Fulfilling and meaningful work - Make a difference! Actual starting salary of £21,432 before tax (starting salary)Free lunch Pay about the Brighton and Hove living wage. All care staff received a 9-12% pay rise in 2021Dedication to our employees mental wellbeing, and offer a drop in service, free counselling, coaching, and occupational health specialist sessionsCareer development plans that are tailored to youFree healthcare cash plans (Claim back dental and health fees) Discounts across business and in the local community. Key Responsibilities:To recruit, supervise and manage a team of Learning Support Workers within designated Key Stages / tutor groups, ensuring the highest standards of learning support are maintained. Further developing and participating in the recruitment process of bank staff / LSWs; including shortlisting, interviewing and participating in assessment centres.Providing induction and job familiarisation training for new staff.Undertaking monthly probation meetings, half-termly supervisions and annual performance reviews (mid-term and end of year).Addressing any performance management issues as required.Attending timetabled sessions, acting as role model to Learner Support Workers in the development of teaching support skills and transferring specialist expertise.Carrying out training needs analysis with Teaching Assistants/ Learner Support Workers to ensure continued self-development of staff and updated skills.Organising and chairing half-termly meetings with the LSWs, promoting positive communication and ensuring that minutes are fed back to the Senior Lead.Assisting the Pathway Leaders in following up any organisational matters regarding Learner Support Workers such as implementing new systems and processes.To work with the residential staff to ensure good hand overs and effective joint working takes place.To undertake Learner Support Worker observations, providing feedback and recommending developmental areas.Carrying out formal observations, including joint observations with the teaching staff Providing the LSW with verbal and written feedback.Liaising with the LSW's line manager regarding feedback for supervisions.Identifying training needs to support the LSW in their professional development.Liaising with Teaching staff and Lead Practitioner in the collation of observation data.To support the Teaching Staff and Transitions team in the management of prospective learners' initial assessment process.Supporting assessment learners in designated Tutor Groups for the duration of theirvisit.Ensuring relevant paperwork has been read and visual schedules and resources havebeen prepared for the learner assessment, preceding a visit.Providing detailed feedback on the Education Pastoral Assessment Feedback form within a week of the visit.Liaising with Teachers and the Wellbeing Team.To provide input into specific tutor groups within designated Key Stages/Tutor groups.Attending and constructively contributing to meetings as required.Working with the Tutor by overseeing LSW contributions to learner documentation whereneeded.Continuously assessing support levels within the tutor groups, and modelling the promotion of learners' independence skillsAiding in the creation of targets, ensuring they reflect EHCP outcomes, destinations & aspirationsAssisting the Senior Lead and Operations team, by ensuring Learner Support Workers utilise Databridge appropriately and raise any issues with the timetable.Providing advice and guidance to promote improvements in current practice.Liaising with Teachers and the Wellbeing team.Supporting the Autism Leads by ensuring relevant information (e.g. environmental,observational, training) is up to date.Assisting the Teaching staff in following up any organisational matters regarding learners including chairing debriefs.Knowledge, skills and experienceExcellent classroom practitioner.Demonstrable experience of professional communication and interpersonal skills, both written and verbal.Experience of working with multidisciplinary teams.Experience of MIS packages such as Databridge and Behaviour WatchExperience of working with learners with Autism Spectrum Condition and complex Needs.Experience of supporting organisation's assessment for learning processes;Demonstrable knowledge of how to enhance learners' social and personal development.Managerial experience (desirable).Excellent communication and facilitation skills with all stakeholders.A passion for working with our learners, colleagues and families.Ability to work flexibly to meet the needs of the learners and organisational priorities.Ability to motivate and work with others to create a shared culture and positive climate.High level of resilience and determination.Calm and organised approach to working under pressure and the ability to inspire this in others.Adopt a reflective approach to work.
    • woking, surrey
    • contract
    • £120 - £200 per day
    • full-time
    French Teacher, Woking.Salary: MPS or UPS (Fringe pay scale)We are looking for a well-qualified, committed and inspirational teacher of French to join a successful Modern Foreign Languages department at a supportive and innovative school. This post is suitable for an experienced teacher or an NQT. The school has lovely facilities to offer and an excellent training and leadership programme.Ofsted 2018 quote: 'pupils relish the opportunities to extend their learning' Benefits of working with Randstad: A dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles Free career advice Exclusive roles App-based booking system Online diary DBS and school application support Support to edit and improve your CV Refer a friend scheme Please note: The school is not near a station so own transport is desirable.Early applications are encouraged for this exciting role. The school needs someone to start ASAP. For more information, please don't hesitate to contact me on jo.pace@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 01293 527416
    French Teacher, Woking.Salary: MPS or UPS (Fringe pay scale)We are looking for a well-qualified, committed and inspirational teacher of French to join a successful Modern Foreign Languages department at a supportive and innovative school. This post is suitable for an experienced teacher or an NQT. The school has lovely facilities to offer and an excellent training and leadership programme.Ofsted 2018 quote: 'pupils relish the opportunities to extend their learning' Benefits of working with Randstad: A dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles Free career advice Exclusive roles App-based booking system Online diary DBS and school application support Support to edit and improve your CV Refer a friend scheme Please note: The school is not near a station so own transport is desirable.Early applications are encouraged for this exciting role. The school needs someone to start ASAP. For more information, please don't hesitate to contact me on jo.pace@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 01293 527416
    • woking, surrey
    • contract
    • £120 - £200 per day
    • full-time
    French Teacher, Woking.Salary: MPS or UPS (Fringe pay scale)We are looking for a well-qualified, committed and inspirational teacher of French to join a successful Modern Foreign Languages department at a supportive and innovative school. This post is suitable for an experienced teacher or an NQT. The school has lovely facilities to offer and an excellent training and leadership programme.Ofsted 2018 quote: 'pupils relish the opportunities to extend their learning' Benefits of working with Randstad: A dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles Free career advice Exclusive roles App-based booking system Online diary DBS and school application support Support to edit and improve your CV Refer a friend scheme Please note: The school is not near a station so own transport is desirable.Early applications are encouraged for this exciting role. The school needs someone to start ASAP. For more information, please don't hesitate to contact me on jo.pace@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 01293 527416
    French Teacher, Woking.Salary: MPS or UPS (Fringe pay scale)We are looking for a well-qualified, committed and inspirational teacher of French to join a successful Modern Foreign Languages department at a supportive and innovative school. This post is suitable for an experienced teacher or an NQT. The school has lovely facilities to offer and an excellent training and leadership programme.Ofsted 2018 quote: 'pupils relish the opportunities to extend their learning' Benefits of working with Randstad: A dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles Free career advice Exclusive roles App-based booking system Online diary DBS and school application support Support to edit and improve your CV Refer a friend scheme Please note: The school is not near a station so own transport is desirable.Early applications are encouraged for this exciting role. The school needs someone to start ASAP. For more information, please don't hesitate to contact me on jo.pace@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 01293 527416
    • woking, surrey
    • contract
    • £120 - £200 per day
    • full-time
    French Teacher, Woking.Salary: MPS or UPS (Fringe pay scale)We are looking for a well-qualified, committed and inspirational teacher of French to join a successful Modern Foreign Languages department at a supportive and innovative school. This post is suitable for an experienced teacher or an NQT. The school has lovely facilities to offer and an excellent training and leadership programme.Ofsted 2018 quote: 'pupils relish the opportunities to extend their learning' Benefits of working with Randstad: A dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles Free career advice Exclusive roles App-based booking system Online diary DBS and school application support Support to edit and improve your CV Refer a friend scheme Please note: The school is not near a station so own transport is desirable.Early applications are encouraged for this exciting role. The school needs someone to start ASAP. For more information, please don't hesitate to contact me on jo.pace@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 01293 527416
    French Teacher, Woking.Salary: MPS or UPS (Fringe pay scale)We are looking for a well-qualified, committed and inspirational teacher of French to join a successful Modern Foreign Languages department at a supportive and innovative school. This post is suitable for an experienced teacher or an NQT. The school has lovely facilities to offer and an excellent training and leadership programme.Ofsted 2018 quote: 'pupils relish the opportunities to extend their learning' Benefits of working with Randstad: A dedicated consultant focused on finding you the right roles Free career advice Exclusive roles App-based booking system Online diary DBS and school application support Support to edit and improve your CV Refer a friend scheme Please note: The school is not near a station so own transport is desirable.Early applications are encouraged for this exciting role. The school needs someone to start ASAP. For more information, please don't hesitate to contact me on jo.pace@randstadeducation.co.uk or call 01293 527416

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