Accessibility Links

SEND Support

  • Location: Barking & Dagenham
  • Start date: 16 Apr 2018
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE11006496
  • Branch: London Primary Central , London Primary Central East
  • Consultant: Aaron Clark
  • Call: 020 3219 7735
This vacancy has now expired.
Job description
SEND Support

Location: Barking & Dagenham & Surrounding areas
Pay: Dependent on experience - £60-£75

Protocol are currently looking for a number of people to join our bank of support staff to work in a range of schools in the Barking & Dagenham area. If you have experience working with children with special educational needs, either in a classroom setting or in another capacity then we would be extremely keen to talk to you.

Protocol Education work with Primary, Secondary and SEND schools in Barking & Dagenham that require enthusiastic and hard-working people who are keen to make a real difference to their students. Positions can be either short term or long term and for the strongest candidates these positions have the potential to turn into a full-time permanent role.

On a day-to-day basis you can expect to be working with children with a range of SEND such as autism (ASD), mild learning difficulties (MLD) or other more complex needs. Due to the variety of schools we work with, we can match your experience and qualifications to school that is the best fit for you.

As an employee of Protocol, you can expect flexibility, competitive rates of pay, weekly pay (PAYE as opposed to umbrella companies so no hidden fees!), candidate socials, CPD and supportive consultants who are available every day from 7am-6.30pm.

All candidates should have an up to date DBS which is registered to the update service or be willing to undertake an enhanced check.

If this sounds like the job for you then please don't hesitate to get in touch directly or apply with an up to date CV.
Similar jobs
  • Autism 1:1 Edgware
  • Category: Primary
  • Location: London
  • Do you want to make a difference? Do you love working with children? Are you an outgoing, enthusiastic, energetic team player? If so, we have the position for you! A primary school in Edgware (North
  • Special Needs Teaching Assistant *Finchley*
  • Category: Primary
  • Location: London
  • September 2018 Start Protocol Education is currently recruiting for experienced ASD teaching/learning support assistants, to work in a range of different SEND schools throughout Barnet
  • Teaching assistant with Personal care
  • Category: Primary
  • Location: Hillingdon
  • I have an absolutely gorgeous 3 form entry mainstream school in the heart of Hillingdon looking for a strong year 6 Learning Support assistant to start from after the October break
  • Learning Support Assistant - Down Syndrome
  • Category: Primary
  • Location: Ealing
  • Protocol Education are working with a primary school based in the London Borough of Ealing who are looking for a Learning Support Assistant to join their team. The role is to support a student in Year
  • SEND Teaching Assistant
  • Category: Primary
  • Location: Hillingdon
  • A Well-resourced, successful and multi-cultural Primary school are looking to recruit a SEND Teaching Assistant, to work as part of their SEND Team. Located in the greater London borough of Hillingdon
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