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Humanities Department Assistant

£78 - £88 per day
Humanities Department Assistant  September 2018 start Inner London Secondary School East London Part Time £78 - £88 per day Long term role (One Year) Ofsted Good Secondary School Horizon Teachers is working with a "good" Secondary school in Newham who is looking for an enthusiastic person to assist in the provision of high quality administrative services to the Access & Inclusion area within Humanities, especially student inclusion, as directed by the Head of Humanities and the SENCO. This is a part time term time only role. It is to work 27 hours a week spread over 4 days.    The school is an Ofsted Good School and has been recognised in the local area for the quality of support it offers all of its students. The inclusion department lead by the SENCO offers all students the support needed to enable them to excel in their Education and progress in every lesson.  Working within the inclusion department and also the Humanities department means that this role would be ideal for either a humanities graduate or someone with an SEN support background.    The successful candidate must have a flexible approach to work, excellent organisational skills, be able to work well in a busy atmosphere and be ICT literate. Experience of working in a school and using the SIMS system is an advantage but not essential as training will be provided.    You will be working specifically within the Humanities department and be responsible for the organisation of the department resources as well as being a key link for staff. You will support the whole Humanities department and work with History, Geography and RE teachers as directed. Ensuring resources are kept up to date, displays are well presented and students work is displayed will all be key parts of the role.    This role is an exciting opportunity to work in a good training school where support offered to all staff and progression is encouraged. Applicants looking to work in a school and make a difference to an excellent department should apply.   Please apply with an up to date CV as the school wish to interview ASAP.  

Special Needs Learning Mentor - Ex-teaching staff welcome!

£60 - £85 per day
We are currently looking for ex-teaching staff who want to reintegrate back into the education profession, to join our support team across a range of Special Schools in inner London and Essex. Maybe you left teaching to raise a family or care for a loved one and now you want to gradually return to work without the full responsibility of a class.  The roles are paid, flexible and can be arranged around hobbies and family.  You are not limited to one school and can expand your knowledge of Special Needs including:  Social, Emotional and Mental Health, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Physical Disabilities and Speech Communication Language Needs. If you would like to discuss the opportunities in more detail, please do not hesitate to contact Laurie on 020 7444 0009 or email me directly at Laurie@horizonteachers.com I look forward to hearing from you.

Special Needs Learning Mentor - Students welcome!

£60 - £85 per day
We are currently looking for college/university students to join our support team across a range of Special Schools in inner London and Essex. If you can offer a whole day or more during the week; we can offer flexible, paid, part-time work to fit around your studies and add valuable work experience to your CV. If you would like to discuss the opportunities in more detail, please do not hesitate to contact Laurie on 020 7444 0009 or email me directly at Laurie@horizonteachers.com. I look forward to hearing from you.

Newly Qualified Teachers for Special Schools

£130 - £190 per day
Have yet to secure a placement school from September?Feel like you need some time before committing to a school?Then why not try supply? Starting your teaching career can be daunting and however much you want to secure your first school, you need to make sure you are making the right decision. That's why, starting on supply in September can not only benefit you mentally but physically too boosting your self-esteem and energy levels allowing you to take ownership of well-being. Here are just some of the benefits of supply teaching:• Choose the days you want to work! This can change weekly or termly• Work in a variety of schools • Paid weekly with great daily rates• Nearby locations• No signing of contracts therefore, no notice periods required• Actual attend those evening yoga and well-being classes• Albeit minimal, no marking or planning! • Benefit from working with a variety of excellent practitioners • And above all, lovely children to work with!A growing number of children and young people in the UK are being identified as having Special Educational Needs (SEN) whether academic, physical, mental health/medical or behavioural. Many improvements have been made to support children within specialist provisions such as Complex Needs Schools and Pupil Referral Units (PRUs). These developments have led to an increase in the demand for qualified Teachers.The types of SEN schools you can work in are:• Additionally Resourced Provisions (ARPs)• Complex Needs Schools (including Hospital Schools)• Pupil Referral Units (PRUs)What we are looking for:• Excellent communicators• Primary or Secondary trained• Passionate• Good sense of humour• Adaptable/flexible working styleIf you feel you meet the above criteria, we want you to come and meet us!Apply with your CV or call us! SEN Team! Horizon Teachers is a specialist Education Recruitment Consultancy that helps Teachers and Support Staff find long term, permanent and interim employment in Primary, Secondary and Special Schools throughout London and the South East. As part of the registration process you will be required to have a DBS Check carried out and all original relevant qualifications will need to be sighted and copied before any work placement. Horizon Teachers. Our Integrity, your Horizon.

Special Needs Learning Mentor - Retired Teacher Welcome!

£60 - £85 per day
We are currently looking for mature, patient and nurturing individuals to join our support team across a range of Special Schools in inner London. We appreciate that retirement can leave a big gap in the lives of some people who have always been active -  both physically and intellectually. The roles are flexible and can be arranged around hobbies and family.  The young people you will support will benefit immensely from your life and work experience. If you would like to discuss the opportunities in more detail, please do not hesitate to contact Laurie on 020 7444 0009 or email me directly at Laurie@horizonteachers.com I look forward to hearing from you.    

Part time SEN Learning Support Mentor

£65 - £95 per day
Part time SEN Learning Support Mentor  A Primary School for children with ASD & Multiple Learning Difficulties, some of whom also have an additional diagnosis of autism based in South West London are seeking an experienced Special Education Needs Learning Support Mentor part time and long term from the May half term. About the school: There are two sites at this Special School, a Nursery and KS2 site. At Key Stage 2 pupils follow a curriculum that incorporates individual learning needs and offers a learning environment that is engaging and fun. The curriculum is topic focused and pupils engage in learning through exciting new themes, lessons are linked to the theme and support learning across all subject areas. Pupils in our assessment nursery, reception classes and through KS1 follow the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum The curriculum is implemented through both teacher led and child-initiated learning as appropriate for the needs of individual pupils. The EYFS curriculum offers a focus on the prime areas of learning, alongside continuous provision which promotes skills in the Prime and Specific areas through a play based approach. Enrichment days are planned half termly to enhance learning, through first hand experiences. Days are planned with a focused curriculum area in mind. Pupils have the opportunity to access a range of facilities to enhance learning opportunities both in school and within the local community including- hydro pool, soft play, horse riding and sailing. The head of school is looking for a Learning Support Mentor who will: Have experience/interest of working with children/young people in some capacity SEN experience including Autism – Desirable Minimum GCSE Grade C in Maths and English Have excellent communication skills Be positive and enjoy a challenge Have a DBS (we can support with your application) In return you can expect: Smaller class sizes (no more than 10 to a class) On the job support To work on a 1:1 capacity with pupils Relevant training and development opportunities Work alongside therapists/councilors If you are interested in this role, you feel you meet the criteria and are ready for a new challenge then please email your CV today or call and ask for the SEN Team! Paid trail days may also be arranged. Horizon Teachers is a specialist Education Recruitment Consultancy that helps Teachers and Support Staff find long term, permanent and interim employment in Primary, Secondary and Special Schools throughout London and the South East. As part of the registration process you will be required to have a DBS Check carried out and all original relevant qualifications will need to be sighted and copied before any work placement. Horizon Teachers. Our Integrity, your Horizon. 

Support in SEN

£65 - £95 per day
Support in SEN A growing number of children and young people in the UK are being identified as having Special Educational Needs (SEN) whether academic, physical, mental health/medical or behavioural. Many improvements have been made to support children within specialist provisions such as Complex Needs Schools and Pupil Referral Units (PRUs). These developments have led to an increase in the demand for qualified Teachers. The benefits of Supporting in a SEN setting include: Supporting 1:2:1 or small groups in small classes of up to 10 students A high ratio of staff to students A creative and practical learning environment Working in collaboration with a range of specialists (e.g. therapists and counsellors) Gaining relevant qualifications e.g. Makaton, PECs, TEACCH, TeamTeach To be successful in a SEN school or PRU you will need: A dynamic and creative approach to teaching An ability to engage students and promote independence A good general understanding of SEN and additional needs Or a good general understanding of Social, Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties (SEBD) A willingness to learn and develop your own knowledge and skill set Working with Horizon Teachers you can expect: Full and part time work (to work with other commitments) Free safeguarding training Uplift in pay Assistance in obtaining an enhanced DBS check (if applicable) Dedicated SEN Consultant with an SEN teaching background This is a great way for you to build on your school experience and a foundation for obtaining SEN knowledge to assist with Teacher Training courses you may consider in the future. So whether you are an experienced SEN Support Assistance or someone who is seeking a change from the mainstream classroom, Horizon Teachers can help! Our Consultants are all former Teachers who can guide you through the process in finding your perfect role within a non-mainstream school. We have opportunities in Early Years to Key stage 5, starting now and in September so please apply with your CV or contact our dedicated SEN team on 0207 444 0009 for more information; we look forward to hearing from you! Horizon Teachers is a specialist Education Recruitment Consultancy that helps Teachers and Support Staff find long term, permanent and interim employment in Primary, Secondary and Special Schools throughout London and the South East. As part of the registration process you will be required to have a DBS Check carried out and all original relevant qualifications will need to be sighted and copied before any work placement. Horizon Teachers. Our Integrity, your Horizon.