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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.

Our Jobs

Bishopsworth Primary SEN Support

Behaviour Support Assistant

Protocol Education are looking to recruit Learning Support Assistants (LSAs) with experience of working with pupils with challenging behaviour. This...

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Bristol Primary SEN Support

1:1 Teaching Assistant

Protocol Education are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 with a child with additional needs. This role...

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Bristol Primary SEN Support

1:1 Teaching Assistant

Protocol Education are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 with a child with additional needs. This role...

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Bristol Primary SEN Support

1:1 Teaching Assistant

Protocol Education are currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 with a child with additional needs. This role...

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Lincoln Primary SEN Support

LSA/TA for intervention in KS1/KS2

Looking for an LSA/TA/Learning mentor! Do you want to make a difference? Do you love working with children and have...

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Sheffield Primary SEN Support

SEN Teaching Assistant

Protocol Education are currently recruiting Teaching Assistants and SEN Learning Support Assistants for day to day, short term and long-term...

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Redcar Primary SEN Support

Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Protocol Education: Higher Level Teaching Assistant  Currently looking to recruit a HLTA to work within a SEND school within the...

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City of Westminster Primary SEN Support

Key Stage 2 SEN TA

Protocol Education are currently working with a Primary School in Westminster who are looking for a SEND TA to join...

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City of Westminster Primary SEN Support

Primary SEND TA

Protocol Education are currently working with a number of Primary Schools in Westminster who are looking for SEND TA’S to...

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Bristol Primary SEN Support

1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant

Protocol Education are currently recruiting for a 1:1 Teaching Assistant to work with a child with additional needs. This role...

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Bristol Primary SEN Support

Learning Support Assistant

Learning Support Assistant - Bristol Protocol Education are currently recruiting for a passionate Learning Support Assistant for a Primary School...

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Grays Primary SEN Support

SEND Teaching Assistant

We are urgently recruiting for a special needs support specialist for a lovely Primary School in Chelmsford. They require candidates...

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Barnsley Primary SEN Support

SEN Teaching Assistant

A new and exciting opportunity has arisen in the Barnsley area, working on a full-time basis in a mainstream Primary...

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Hackney Primary SEN Support

ASD Teaching Assistant

ASD TEACHING ASSISTANT   Hackney £65 - £85 per day Long term Are you an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant? Can...

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Greenford Primary SEN Support

SEN Teaching Assistant

SEN Teaching Assistant - Greenford Protocol Education are currently working with a mainstream Primary School based in Southall who are...

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