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Jobs in Primary Teaching and Learning Support

Protocol Education can help you find work supporting primary pupils. Whether you have experience in the sector or are looking to develop a career in Education, we can help.

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Southwark Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

Teaching Assistant Southwark

We are looking for an experienced teaching assistant to work part time (every Tuesday and Thursday) with small groups of...

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Peacehaven Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

HLTA in Peacehaven

Protocol Education are working with a school in the Peacehaven area, who are searching specifically for Higher Level Teaching Assistant...

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Leeds Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Higher Level Teaching Assistant Here at Protocol, we are looking to recruit a new and passionate member of staff to...

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Nottingham Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

Behaviour Support Assistant

Are you looking for a new and exciting challenge? Do you have experience working with children with behavioural issues? We...

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Shirebrook Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

Graduate learning support assistant

Graduate Learning Support Assistant, Nottingham Learning Support Assistant (LSA) –NG20  £65 - £75 daily rate Are you a recent graduate?...

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Watford Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Graduate Teaching Assistant – Watford, Hertfordshire – Start ASAP A large mainstream primary school are looking for a full time...

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Leeds Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

EAL Learning Support Worker

EAL Learning Support Worker I am currently seeing an enthusiastic and engaging Learning Support Worker (LSA), based in Leeds, with...

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Lincoln Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

Cover supervisor KS1

Cover Supervisor Protocol Education are looking for an exceptional Cover Supervisor to join a forward-thinking school located in Lincoln About...

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Harrow Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

Teaching As

Psychology Graduate Teaching Assistant   Are you a recent university graduate? Are you looking to gain experience in schools? Do...

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Islington Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

Graduate Teaching Assistant - Islington

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

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Camden Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

Level 3 Early Years Teaching Assistant

Level 3 Teaching Assistant (Early Years) Camden This school is a one-form entry school based in Camden, they are tight-nit,...

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Lambeth Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

SEN TEACHING ASSISTANT

We are currently looking for a KS1 Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 in a Lambeth primary school to work Monday-Friday...

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Richmond Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

SEN TEACHING ASSISTANT

We are currently looking for a KS1 Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 in a Richmond primary school to work Monday-Friday...

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Merton Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

SEN TEACHING ASSISTANT

We are currently looking for a KS1 Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 in a Merton primary school to work Monday-Friday...

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Wandsworth Primary Teaching and Learning Assistants

SEN TEACHING ASSISTANT

We are currently looking for a KS1 Teaching Assistant to work 1:1 in a Wandsworth primary school to work Monday-Friday...

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