Accessibility Links

PMLD SENTA - Primary

  • Location: North Tyneside
  • Start date: 01 Sep 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11047739
  • Branch: Newcastle
  • Consultant: Katie Edmundson
  • Call: 0191 279 7270
This vacancy has now expired.
Job description
PMLD SENTA - Primary

This role is for a SEN Teaching Assistant who has an interest in working in a Special School supporting students with complex learning difficulties. If you feel you can help to make a difference in a student's life, if you work with great positive energy and resilience, then this can be the role for you! This role will be specifically working with Key Stage 2 students with complex SEN needs (Although this site holds Early Years, Key stage 1 and Key stage 2 classes), so prior experience with this age group would be advantageous.

Students have a range of varied needs, physical disabilities, sensory impairments and medical needs. The school caters for children with Social, Emotional and Mental health issues and Autism. The students can be challenging that's why it's of importance that you must have some experience working with challenging behaviour. Each class has approximately 6-8 students.

The ideal candidate will have a positive attitude and will work effectively in a team; You will be able to communicate effectively and appropriately with the children, supporting each student with their individual needs. You must be willing to attend any necessary training; and be reliable and trustworthy.

The school is based in the North Tyneside area and is for a September start, ideally 5 days per week.

If you feel like you can do this role please get in touch, please feel free to contact Katie at Protocol Education on 0191 2797270 for further information. Alternatively, please send an updated CV to katie.edmundson@protocol-education.com


Similar jobs
  • Learning Support Assistants Required
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Merton
  • Protocol Education is seeking dedicated, enthusiastic and experienced teaching assistants for after half term until the end of term (Dec 2018), with the potential of the placement being extended
  • SEND Teaching Assistants Wanted!
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Merton
  • Protocol Education are looking for experienced teaching assistants that are looking for flexible day to day work that are experienced working with children with special needs such as profound multiple
  • PMLD Teaching Assistant
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Uxbridge
  • Are you ready to start a job that you love and is both rewarding and career enhancing? A great college in Uxbridge is looking for support workers/LSA candidates who are passionate about improving the
  • Classroom Carers Required
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Merton
  • Protocol Education is seeking dedicated, enthusiastic and experienced teaching assistants for after half term until the end of term (Dec 2018), with the potential of the placement being extended
  • Learning Support Assistants Required
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Carshalton
  • Protocol Education is seeking dedicated, enthusiastic and experienced teaching assistants. You will be working with students between 5 and 16 years with ASD. The school are looking for a teaching
Latest news
Testimonial: Working with Protocol Education as a Supply Teacher
Testimonial: Working with Protocol Education as a Supply Teacher
To begin with, I was on the books of four teaching agencies in London. Very quickly, and not at all by chance, I dropped the other three, and put m
Read blog
11/10/18
Stories From My Teaching Career
Stories From My Teaching Career
We asked our teachers for the most memorable stories from their teaching career and we weren't disappointed. "I have had so many great days, where s
Read blog
08/10/18
Using Drama and Stories across Curriculum
Using Drama and Stories across Curriculum
It’s early morning in the cold community hall on the edges of the ‘Twelve Toes Tops’ mountain range. The villagers are angry about
Read blog
27/09/18
Best and Worst Things to Say to Children Who are Out of Control
Best and Worst Things to Say to Children Who are Out of Control
Every teacher knows how difficult it is to follow the learning plan with disruptive students in the classroom. Jo wrote this blog to share her dos an
Read blog
17/09/18
Best Ways To Get To Know Your New Students
Best Ways To Get To Know Your New Students
The new school year is here and this means you will probably meet a new group of students. Knowing students' names is a great way to start off &nbs
Read blog
07/09/18
View all news
CPD REC Investors in People UKAS