Calling all creative individuals!!

Location: Leicester
Job Type: Supply Teaching
Industry: Primary | Primary SEN Support
Reference: PE11261198
Salary: £60 - £90 per day
Job Published: 26 days ago
Are you interested in working within education supporting children with their learning and development?
Maybe you are a drama or sports coach and you are looking to transfer you valuable leadership skills into a classroom environment?
Maybe you have just graduated from university and you are looking to work in a fun and rewarding role before going on to study a PGCE or teacher training.
If you are a creative individual interested in working in education supporting primary school aged children then we want to hear from you!
Protocol Education are seeking creative individuals to inspire a wide range of children including those with Autism to develop their skills in a fun and caring school environment.
It is important that the successful applicant has a patient and open minded approach to their work within this role as you may be required to work with children with special needs and disabilities (SEND).
If you do have experience working within education or experience supporting children and young people with SEN then this role would be perfect for you! However if you do not have hands on experience working within a school environment or SEN children then please do not be put off from applying. Protocol will offer the relevant training and support from a dedicated and experienced consultant to make sure you have all the support you need in this next chapter of your career.
Protocol Education take the safeguarding of children very seriously and therefore all applicants must hold or be willing to undergo a full DBS check and reference checks.
In return Protocol Education offers a competitive rate of pay, opportunities to take CPD courses, local and easy access work and around the clock support from a dedicated consultant.
If you are interested in applying for this role of Creative classroom assistant then please send a CV to or for any enquiries about the role contact the Leicester branch on 0116 216 2122.