As we approach the end of the academic year, our client schools are starting to advertise for positions to start in the new term.
We work with a number of Pupil Referral Units which cater to students currently excluded from mainstream school.
These students often have Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs therefore the curriculum they follow is heavily based around vocational activities such as sports, and functional skills.
We are looking to hire Teaching Assistants to work in these provisions, on a full time basis in the new School year. You can expect there to be a heavy behaviour management focus, however, it's important to inspire and motivate the students to make the correct choices in terms of their education and future. We are looking for people that are able to make a positive impact on the lives of young people and a proven track record of building and developing relationships with young people.
To be considered to be put forward for September roles you must have;
Specialism in one of the following areas: Sports, Art, Drama, Functional Skills, Health and Beauty, Construction and Business
Experience in behaviour management or working with SEMH needs
The ability to inspire and motivate young people
A proven track record of effective behaviour management skills and developing positive relationships with young people.
For more information please contact the Manchester SEN branch on the below details.