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Bristol Secondary SEND

Regus,Castlemead,
Lower Castle Street,
Bristol,
BS1 3AG  
 
Tel: 0117 945 3965 
Areas covered:
Bristol, Bath & North East Somerset, Swindon, Wiltshire, South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, Somerset and North Somerset
Job roles:
Teachers, Support Assistants, One-to-One Tutors, Nursery Nurses and SEN Specialists
 

Our Bristol Secondary and SEND Team provide teachers and support assistants for schools in Bristol and throughout the south-west of England.

If you are looking for daily, long-term or permanent teaching or support work in schools in our area the Bristol team is ready and waiting to help you find the right job.

For more information get in touch with the team.

Latest jobs

    Behaviour Specialist Teaching Assistant
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Bristol
  • Reference
  • Description Teaching Assistants are needed to work in our Bristol PRU (pupil referral unit). This school support children who have been excluded from mainstream education. Many of the children may have additional
    Supply teachers needed in Bristol
  • Category: Secondary
  • Location: Bristol
  • Reference
  • Description NQT and Experienced Teachers Needed in Bristol Protocol Education are currently recruiting NQTs and experienced teachers across a range of subjects to help meet the demand for quality staff in the
    SEND Learning Support Assistant
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Bristol
  • Reference
  • Description Protocol Education are recruiting individuals with an interest in working with SEND. Our schools in Bristol/South Gloucestershire have approached us with a need of support staff to work with their
    Cover supervisors needed
  • Category: Secondary
  • Location: Bristol
  • Reference
  • Description Are you looking for experience in a secondary school before applying to undertake a Teacher Training course? Have you finished your university studies and looking for a route into the education
    Teaching Assistant required working with SEN pupils
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Bristol
  • Reference
  • Description Protocol Education are looking for an experienced Teaching Assistant to work with students that have Special Educational Needs. The role is based in Swindon and involves providing 1-1
    Team Teach trained LSA's Needed
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Bristol
  • Reference
  • Description Protocol Education are looking for Team Teach trained support staff to work in our SEN schools. Team Teach is highly looked upon in all our specialist schools and is great training and knowledge to
    Behaviour support room leader
  • Category: Secondary
  • Location: Bristol
  • Reference
  • Description Protocol Education are working alongside a secondary School in Bristol for a support member of staff who is able to effectively manage students behaviour in a specialist area dedicated for students
    Engineering and Product Design teacher needed
  • Category: Secondary
  • Location: Bristol
  • Reference
  • Description Are you qualified and confident in teaching Engineering to GCSE? Are you looking for a school that embraces the latest developments and learning techniques? If you're looking for a new role in
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Best Ways To Get To Know Your New Students
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