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Assistant teacher/learning mentor role

  • Location: Bristol
  • Start date: 12 Mar 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10988969
  • Branch: Bristol Secondary SEND
  • Consultant: James Springett
  • Call: 0117 945 3965
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Job description
Protocol Education are working on behalf of a SEND school set in beautiful grounds and surrounded by stunning countryside. The school has fantastic facilities including indoor and outdoor craft workshops and a swimming pool.
An outstanding SEND school in North Bristol are looking for an assistant teeacher/learning mentor to begin a post starting ASAP! The school is looking for an experienced and confident member of staff, with experience of working with challenging behaviour. A NVQ level 3 or equivalent is preferred but not essential. .
This welcoming SEND school in South Gloucestershire, is easily reached from Bristol and Gloucester and is a 30 minute drive in each direction. There are also a number of excellent public transport routes.

To apply for this role you must have:
•have experience of working with SEND children
•experience of working with pupils with challenging behaviour
•ideally you will have a NVQ Level 3 but this is not essential
•work with a positive and optimistic outlook and strive for all children to make progress

This role offers an exceptional opportunity to the successful candidate. If you wish to join this excellent SEND school in North Bristol, we look forward to hearing from you. Candidates who are interested in this role are encouraged to call Protocol Education as soon as possible for an application form and job description. As mentioned, the school are looking to recruit as soon as possible so a quick response is needed!
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