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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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Middlesbrough Primary SEN Support

SEN Teaching Assistant

SEN Teaching Assistant Protocol Education are currently looking to employ a teaching assistant in the middlesbrough area, who specialises in...

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Mitcham Primary SEN Support

Behavioural Support Specialist

Behavioural Support Worker (Year 2) Start Date: September 2022 My client is a 2 form entry Primary School based in...

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Radlett Primary SEN Support

Behaviour Support Assistant

Experienced Teaching Assistants Wanted!   Location: Radlett Start date: September 2022 Hours: 8.30 - 3.30pm, Monday - Friday   Protocol Education...

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Cheam Primary SEN Support

Behavioural Support Assistant

Behavioural Support Worker (Year 2) Start Date: September 2022 My client is a 2 form entry Primary School based in...

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Slough Primary SEN Support

Entry Level Teaching Assistant

Interested in working within the education sector?    Do you want to make a lasting impact on children’s lives?  ...

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Brent Primary SEN Support

Special Needs Assistant Speech and Language

Job type: Special Needs Assistant Location: Brent Salary: £65.00 - £85.00 per day Closing date: 30th September 2022 An Ofsted...

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Brent Primary SEN Support

Special Needs Assistant Brent September

Job type: Special Needs Assistant Location: Brent Salary: £65.00 - £85.00 per day Closing date: 30th September 2022 An Ofsted...

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Rotherham Primary SEN Support

Special Educational Needs Teaching Assistant

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

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Tower Hamlets Primary SEN Support

SEND TA

SEND TA - Tower Hamlets Protocol Education are working with schools across East London that are need of SEND Teaching...

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Harlow Primary SEN Support

SEN Teaching Assistant

Here at Protocol, we are fortunate enough to have both full-time, part-time roles available in various teaching positions across Harlow....

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Colchester Primary SEN Support

SEN Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistant - British Sign Language Are you an experienced TA that has worked with students with SEN? Do you...

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Colchester Primary SEN Support

BSL Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistant - British Sign Language Are you an experienced TA that has worked with students with SEN? Do you...

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Brent Primary SEN Support

Special Needs Assistant September Start Brent

Job type: Special Needs Assistant Location: Brent Salary: £65.00 - £85.00 per day Closing date: 30th September 2022 An Ofsted...

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South Gloucestershire Primary SEN Support

SEN Teaching Assistant - Thornbury

A school based near Thornbury, are keen to appoint a full-time Teaching Assistant with 1:1 experience, to start in September....

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Primary SEN Support

Hearing Impairment Teaching Assistant (BSL Needed)

Hearing Impairment Teaching Assistant Needed (British Sign Language) A Primary Schools Unit based in Wimbledon are looking for a special...

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This Teaching Assistant CV will help you land your next job
23 May 22, by Eloise Gladwyn

This Example Teaching Assistant CV Will Help You Land Your Next Job

Download example teaching assistant CV here​When it comes to job hunting, a great CV is your best friend. With just...

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The Top Traits of an Effective SEN Teacher
16 May 22, by Eloise Gladwyn

The Top Traits of an Effective SEN Teacher

​Effective Special Educational Needs teachers are a special type of person. You will be teaching and supporting some of society’s...

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12 May 22, by Scott Owen

Protocol Education's Educator Festival

​Come to our Educator Festival! This term, Protocol Education is holding an Educator Festival, a series of events that will...

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How Teachers Can Manage and Reduce their Workload
10 May 22, by Eloise Gladwyn

How Teachers Can Manage and Reduce their Workload

​As every educator finds out in their own time, teaching can be exhausting. A teacher’s to-do list is rarely complete,...

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04 May 22, by Eloise Gladwyn

What Is the Average Salary For A UK Teacher?

​Are you about to make a whole new move into the world of education? Or perhaps you’re currently working as...

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25 Apr 22, by Alex Schulte

Adapting Your School’s Catch Up Tuition Programme For The Summer Holidays

​The summer term is upon us, and with it comes the final stage of this academic year’s edition of the...

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20 Apr 22, by Eloise Gladwyn

4 Behaviour Management Strategies Every Teacher Should Know

​Remember your first day as a teacher. Was it the curriculum material itself that seemed most daunting? Or was it...

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19 Apr 22, by Alex Schulte

The NTP’s Funding Model is About to Change: Here’s Why That Matters For Your School

​The Education Secretary has announced a major overhaul of the funding structure for its flagship catch up tuition scheme, the...

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12 Apr 22, by Eloise Gladwyn

How To Gain Experience as a Teaching Assistant

​Do you love spending time helping children succeed? Do you feel an abiding passion for education and learning but don’t...

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Protocol Education Win Investors in People Silver Award for Strong Culture of Professional Support
11 Apr 22, by Alex Schulte

Protocol Education Win Investors in People Silver Award for Strong Culture of Professional Support

​Protocol Education is proud to announce that we have been awarded Investors in People’s Silver ‘We invest in people’ award....

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04 Apr 22, by Ruth Bell

Easter Wellbeing Tips for Teachers: 6 Ways for Healthy and Happy Holidays

Just like everyone, teachers need to relax and recuperate. Whether we call it switching off, relaxing or resting, taking time...

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04 Apr 22, by Alex Schulte

Join Us at our Easter Educator Events

Over the Easter holiday, we're running a series of in-person and online events for our educators in our network of...

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01 Apr 22, by Alex Schulte

The Big Changes You Need to Know from the DfE's SEND Review Green Paper

This week, the Department for Education released their long-awaited SEND and alternative provision Green Paper. Titled ‘Right support, right place,...

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Inclusive practice in a classroom: a teacher helps a boy with Downs syndrome use a microscope
28 Mar 22, by Alex Schulte

How Supply Teachers Can Use Inclusive Practice to Make Lessons More Accessible

​Today marks the start of World Autism Acceptance Week. Educators and school leaders alike should use the next seven days...

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How to Plan for your First Term as an Early Career Teacher
21 Mar 22, by Alex Schulte

How to Plan for your First Term as an Early Career Teacher

Your ECT induction period is your chance to get to grips with the world of teaching. You have two whole...

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