Teacher of Psychology

Psychology Teacher Vacancy

Strategy Education are working with a selective grammar school in Southend on Sea who are looking to appoint a Psychology Teacher from September 2024.

The Psychology teacher vacancy is full time and permanent.

Parking is available onsite and there are good transport links to London and other parts of Essex accessible from the school.

Salary: MPS / UPS England depending on experience.

If you are interested in this Psychology teacher vacancy and would like more information, please contact us today.

Head of English

Head of English

Strategy Education are working with a mixed secondary school in Chelmsford who are looking to recruit a Head of English from September 2024.

The Head of English vacancy is full time and permanent.

Parking is available onsite and there are good transport links to London and other parts of Essex accessible from the school.

Salary: MPS / UPS England + TLR

If you are interested in this Head of English vacancy and would like more information, please let me know.

SEN Teaching Assistant – London

Do you have a passion for working with children with additional needs?

Would you be keen to use your skills and experience to aid the learning of SEN pupils?

Strategy Education are working with Specials Schools in London and we are keen to speak to SEN Teaching Assistants who are looking to support pupils in a classroom environment.

  • Full-time and part-time SEN Teaching Assistant roles
  • Long term SEN Teaching Assistant roles
  • Immediate start available
  • £70 – £100 per day

For this SEN Teaching Assistant role, we are eager to speak to individuals who have a passion for education and the supporting of children. Any additional experience working with SEN children is desirable.

This SEN Teaching Assistant role involves you supporting children with varying additional needs. Responsibilities will include liaising with the class teacher, reporting on children’s progress and assisting on trips and visits to local attractions. The SEN Teaching Assistant will report to the class teacher and will be supported closely by the SENDCO.

The role of a SEN Teaching Assistant would suit someone who is looking for a challenging yet rewarding role in a specialist school environment. The ideal SEN Teaching Assistant will have experience working with pupils with ADHD, Autism, SEMH, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia or EAL, and be able to manage their needs effectively. You will be passionate about education and ideally have experience in a classroom setting. You will need strong behaviour management, effective communication, patience and the ability to build professional relationships with both pupils and staff. The role of a SEN Teaching Assistant also requires you to have great flexibility and versatility to cope with the needs of the school.

Onsite Parking is available in most schools, as well as excellent public transport links.

Inspiring SEN Teaching Assistants are encouraged to send in their CVs now!

Successful SEN Teaching Assistants will be subject to a variety of checks including: eligibility to work in the UK, an enhanced DBS disclosure and full references including one from your most recent employer. Strategy Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

 

SEN Teaching Assistant

Do you have a passion for working with children with additional needs?

Would you be keen to use your skills and experience to aid the learning of SEN pupils?

Strategy Education are working with Specials Schools in Essex and we are keen to speak to SEN Teaching Assistants who are looking to support pupils in a classroom environment.

  • Full-time and part-time SEN Teaching Assistant roles
  • Long term SEN Teaching Assistant roles
  • Immediate start available
  • £70 – £100 per day

For this SEN Teaching Assistant role, we are eager to speak to individuals who have a passion for education and the supporting of children. Any additional experience working with SEN children is desirable.

This SEN Teaching Assistant role involves you supporting children with varying additional needs. Responsibilities will include liaising with the class teacher, reporting on children’s progress and assisting on trips and visits to local attractions. The SEN Teaching Assistant will report to the class teacher and will be supported closely by the SENDCO.

The role of a SEN Teaching Assistant would suit someone who is looking for a challenging yet rewarding role in a specialist school environment. The ideal SEN Teaching Assistant will have experience working with pupils with ADHD, Autism, SEMH, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia or EAL, and be able to manage their needs effectively. You will be passionate about education and ideally have experience in a classroom setting. You will need strong behaviour management, effective communication, patience and the ability to build professional relationships with both pupils and staff. The role of a SEN Teaching Assistant also requires you to have great flexibility and versatility to cope with the needs of the school.

Onsite Parking is available in most schools, as well as excellent public transport links.

Inspiring SEN Teaching Assistants are encouraged to send in their CVs now!

Successful SEN Teaching Assistants will be subject to a variety of checks including: eligibility to work in the UK, an enhanced DBS disclosure and full references including one from your most recent employer. Strategy Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

 

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