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Providing support for special needs in the mainstream

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Special Needs in Primary Jobs

Mainstream primary schools are looking for people with the skills and experience to provide support for pupils with a range of special needs, from physical, cognitive and sensory disabilities to behaviour issues, your skills could transform the education opportunities for a child.

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Greenwich Primary SEN Support

SEND TEACHING ASSISTANT

SPECIAL NEEDS TEACHING ASSISTANTS WANTED  Location: Greenwich Hours: 8.30 - 3.30pm Start date: Start in October We are currently working...

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Bradford Primary SEN Support

Learning Support Assistant

Protocol Education are working with a mainstream Primary school in Bradford BD7 to help them find support for their students...

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Filton Primary SEN Support

Full time SEN teaching assistant

A primary school in Bristol are keen to appoint a full time Teaching Assistant with 1:1 experience, to start ASAP....

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Bristol Primary SEN Support

SEN Teaching Assistant

Protocol Education is looking for a caring, supportive, and dedicated LSA who has experience in working with SEN. You would...

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Bristol Primary SEN Support

EYFS SEN Teaching Assistant

Start date ASAP. A large school in Bristol (BS7) are seeking a teaching assistant to support a child with special...

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Leeds Primary SEN Support

Primary SEN Tutor

Primary SEN Tutor Protocol Education are working alongside several primary schools in Leeds, looking to recruit a dedicated and engaging...

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Primary SEN Support

SEMH Teaching Assistant

Challenging Behaviour Teaching Assistant: Protocol Education are looking to recruit a teaching assistant in the NG16 area, who is passionate...

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Bradford Primary SEN Support

Creative Teaching Assistant

Protocol Education are currently recruiting teaching assistants from creative backgrounds such as art, music or performing arts to work in...

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Sheffield Primary SEN Support

SEN Teaching Assistant

SEN Teaching Assistant- Team Teach qualified, Sheffield. A client primary school in Sheffield is looking to recruit a SEN teaching...

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Primary SEN Support

Learning Support Assistant

Protocol Education are currently working with a Primary School with a Good reputation. They are now seeking for a successful...

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Haringey Primary SEN Support

Special Educational Needs Teaching Assistant

A ‘good’ primary school in Haringey is seeking a full-time experienced Special Educational Needs (SEN) Teaching Assistant to work with...

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Edgware Primary SEN Support

SEN Teaching Assistant

An Ofsted rated ‘Outstanding’ SEN School in Edgware are looking to recruit several SEN Teaching Assistant to join the welcoming...

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Kingston upon Thames Primary SEN Support

Behavioural Support Assistant

Protocol Education have an excellent opportunity for a Behavioural Assistant to join a special school supporting young people disengaged from...

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Hounslow Primary SEN Support

Attachment Disorder-SEN Teaching Assistant

SEN Teaching Positions. Are you an experienced SEN Teachin Assistant living in the Hounslow/Richmond/Kingston Upon Thames Areas? Protocol Education are...

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Camden Primary SEN Support

Graduate Teaching Assistant - Camden

Graduate Teaching Assistant Location - Camden NW1 There is a great opportunity for graduates to work in a welcoming, tight-nit...

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