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KS2 Behaviour Support Needed

  • Location: Bradford
  • Start date: 02 Jan 2018
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE10952905
  • Branch: Leeds & Bradford Primary
  • Consultant: Tracey Lynch
  • Call: 0113 233 7020
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Job description
Protocol Education requires a person who is skilled and qualified with supporting KS2 children with experience of Team Teach and working with children who display challenging behaviours. This individual must have a drive to attain the best of their children's abilities by implementing strategies to engage children in work and wanting to learn.

The person must be able to handle challenging behaviour in a calm and structured manner and embed a rigorous timetable to enlighten children's enjoyment in their education and progress their attainment in this vital learning period. The school will provide support and a detailed understanding of the children as well as appropriate resources to implement your plans to ensure learning is engaging and structured.

The role will begin in January, and will continue initially until the end of the school year in July 2018. There is a strong potential this role will be temp to perm', and a permanent role will be available thereafter.

QTS Status equally welcomed

We will provide:
• A strong, enthusiastic and collaborative staff team
• Fabulous, friendly, enthusiastic children who have excellent characters
• Quality continued professional development training opportunities

You need to:
• Be a hard-working, outstanding role model
• Have experience in a KS2 classroom- ideally with Behaviour or Team Teach
• Be able to work with children of all ages from 5 +years old
• Be able to inspire and motivate pupils and parents
• Have high expectations for learning attitudes and behaviour
• Be creative and enthusiastic
• Have a structured and routine approach to day to day activities.

Are you interested to hear more about this great opportunity to work in education? If so, call the office now on 0113 233 70 20 and ask for the Primary Consultant Sophie Taylor. Or email to staylor@protocol-education.com
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