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PE Department Learning Support Assistant

£60 - £90 per day
PE Department - Learning Support Assistant Tower Hamlets - East London Ofsted Outstanding Secondary School Long Term role £60 - £90 per day Excellent Training given September 2018 start Are you a recent graduate of PE or Sport looking for a role to work in a PE Department?  Do you have the drive and passion to work with pupils of all abilities in Sport? Do you want to become a PE teacher in the future and work with some of London’s best PE Teachers? Horizon Teachers has an exciting opportunity for a recent graduate to work within the PE department of a great Secondary School located in central East London. This is a great opportunity to support in and teach PE to students from the age of 11 to 16.  The Role: Supporting the progress of students in Physical Education. Assistant in Lessons and supporting the teachers as directed. Leading small groups of students in PE and taking parts of lessons as requested. Preparing equipment for lessons and ensuring the department runs smoothly.  Supporting students in PE lessons to achieve and reach targets set by teachers.  Supporting stents who need extra support in lessons as directed by the SEN team. The School itself is a great place to work, located within East London with excellent transport links it is easily accessible from all parts of London. The school has been judged as Outstanding by Ofsted and staff at the school work well together, the team of Learning Support Assistants also work in a great team and support to students is a real strength at the school.  The ideal applicant for this role will have the following; Be degree educated in PE or a related subject area.  Have a passion for PE and Sport and want to progress students in this area.  Be able to support students in all areas of PE.  Be proactive and be able to identify students to work with. Be able to follow instructions clearly and accurately.  Hold a DBS certificate or be willing to process one. Have experience coaching sport. Please apply for this position immediately as the school wish to appoint ASAP to start in September. 

Teaching Assistant - SEN Support

£70 - £90 per day
Teaching Assistant SEN support roleLocation - NewhamOfsted Good School Inner London Secondary School £70 - £90 per day, starting ratePermanent contract on offerSeptember startAre you an experienced Teaching Assistant looking for a new role? Are you able to support students with a variety of learning needs? Do you have the drive, commitment and dedication to work with all students and make a real positive difference to their achievement? Horizon teachers is working with an outstanding school in Newham, East London who are looking to employ an experienced Teaching Assistant to work within their support department. The role will be to support students with SEN, the students' needs range from mild learning needs to physical needs.As an SEN Teaching Assistant you will be supporting and progressing students of all abilities across the school. As directed by the SENCO the ideal individual for this role will be able to adapt and support in every subject area. A background in support is essential, if as well you have the ability to support in English, Maths, Science or humanities this would be looked upon favourably but not essential. You will work alongside experienced teachers and other Teaching Assistants to provide in class support as well as working with students in small groups and on a one to one basis. You will gain a valuable insight into the role of a teacher, prior experience within SEN support would be an advantage and will be looked upon favourably by the school. The school is a successful, multicultural comprehensive secondary school providing a quality education to all of its students. The school is a vibrant, inclusive and diverse community where everyone is encouraged and expected to fulfil their potential. In its recent Ofsted report inspectors commented that "The school knows its students extremely well and provides them with exceptional care and support. Leaders at all levels have worked hard to secure continuous improvement over a sustained periodThe schools provides all Teaching Assistants with excellent training. You will be introduced to the latest teaching innovations as well as being fully trained on working with SEN students. As a Teaching Assistant you will be a vital link between teachers and students and in past years teaching assistants have been seen to improve grades as well as develop students' behaviour. The ideal Teaching Assistant for this role will;Be able to support SEN students in every subject area.Will have experience working in a school setting. Will be dynamic, a team player and motivated to drive student progress.Educated to Degree level with recent TA experience.Hold a recent DBS certificate or be willing to apply for one with Horizon Teachers.Be eligible to work in the UK. Please apply for the position immediately as the school will be interviewing ASAP and are looking at a start date of the 3rd September. 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.

DT Technician

£75 - £90 per day
Design Technology Technician• East London - Newham• Secondary 11 - 18 School• Ofsted Good School - Non Academy• Salary - £75 - £90 per day• September 2018 start Horizon Teachers are currently looking for a Design Technology technician to work within a great Secondary school located in Stratford, East London.Are you an experienced Design Technology technician or a recent graduate looking for a role within the design Technology department in a school?As a DT technician you will work closely within the Technology department and provide vital in class support as well as ensuring lessons are correctly resourced and set up. Having a strong knowledge of Design Technology and the workings of a workshop is essential. A background in Design Technology will enable you to work well in this role, throughout the day you will be required to support students as well as ensuring that equipment is maintained and used correctly. Previous school experience is not essential but candidates who have worked in schools as a Design Technology technician will be looked on favourably.The school that we are working with is a good school who really value all of their staff. The Design Technology department is very well-resourced and has modern equipment that you will be working with. In this role you will be able to gain experience and also progress with the possibility of a permanent contract in the future. This is a great position and for the right individual would make a great support job.Design Technology Technicians looking to apply for this role must;• Be able to work effectively in a team,• Be able to interact with staff and students• Have an understanding of Design Technology machinery and be able to use/demonstrate its use.• Be an excellent communicator able to interact with students• Be able to maintain a working workshop including stock control.If you would like to work as a Design Technology technician within a secondary school please send an up to date CV and details of professional referees. The school are looking to appoint ASAP.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.

KS5 Support Worker

£26,600 - £28,100 per annum
6th form Support WorkerHackney£26,600 - £28,100 pro rataSeptember 2018 startOfsted "Good" Secondary School Horizon Teachers is currently working with an Inner London Secondary School who are in need of a 6th form Support worker to start in September 2018. This is a full time permanent position. The school require;A Key Stage support worker to oversee enrichment, opportunities and intervention for sixth form students.The successful candidate will organise, communicate and monitor the impact of some exciting and valuable programmes for our students. These include enrichment, work experience, interventions and UCAS applications.You will have recent relevant experience of organisation, administration and mentoring. You will be able to work to tight deadlines and to deal with a range of people including students, parents, employers, staff, visitors and employers. You should be an organiser who enjoys working with young people.This is an exciting opportunity for the right applicant to contribute to the development of a successful 11-19 inner-city comprehensive school which has had a recent glowing OFSTED report. The school are committed to a creative and excellent education for all students. The school has a positive reputation in the local area, benefit from parental support, have an award winning building and a growing sixth form. Most importantly, students and staff of the school share a commitment to its success and ethos.To apply for this role please send over an update CVHorizon 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.

1:1 LSA (Reception Class)

£60 - £108 per day
1:1 LSA to support a student with Autism in Rcecption Class Full time, term time role working 8.30am-4.00pm Start date- September 2018 Hackney,  mainstream Primary School Teaching Assistant / Learning Support Assistant A school in Hackney is seeking a SEN Teaching Assistant/ Learning Support Assistant to work 1:1 with a child who will be joing their Reception class in September. You will be working 1:1, supporting their learning which will sometimes be outside of the main classroom. They can be challenging so a firm but fair approach will be needed to support them. Experience of working with children with SEN is essential, particularly supporting ASD. The school has an excellent, established leadership team and very experienced SENCO to support you. About you: A calm, kind and dedicated approach is required. You will need to be able to use your own initiative as you will be working alone with support from the SENCO and SLT. Good communication is essential, as you will be working closely with the class teacher, SENCO and parents Have a good understanding of how children learn and any experience in a similar role would be a huge advantage. If you are interested in this role and can start as soon as possible, Please contact me ASAP by sending your CV.

Year 6 Teacher - January 2019

£28,000 - £46,000 per annum
An exciting opportunity is available for an experienced upper KS2 Teacher to join an Islamic Faith Primary School in East London. The school welcome staff and children from all faiths, and none. You will not need to have an in depth knowledge of the Islamic faith, but to be respectful of the ethos. There are some excellent benefits available, including:• 20% PPA time• 3 additional days of PPA per year (taken off site)• Friday afternoon PPA time (taken off site)• Smaller class sizes, with the 3 form entry being split into 4• Health insurance • TLR for English or Maths available ABOUT THE SCHOOL: • 3 form entry school with experienced colleagues who value teamwork• Very well behaved and high achieving children within your class • A happy working atmosphere• Based in East London, close to a train station on the London Overground• Inner London salary • Excellent CPD, opportunities for progression and additional responsibilities • Supportive Senior Leadership Team In order to be considered for this opportunity, you will be a qualified Primary Teacher, with QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) and a good knowledge of the curriculum for KS2. The Headteacher would love to invite Teachers to the school for an initial chat and tour of the school to establish if this is the role and school for you! This can be arranged either during the school day or in the evenings, to suit your current commitments. Contact Louise at Horizon Teachers if you would like to visit this school! 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.

Daily Supply Teaching

£145 - £160 per day
Daily Secondary School Teachers required across London Great Rate of Pay  Are you looking for flexible teaching work in Secondary Schools across London? Are you a qualified Secondary School teacher? Do you want to be paid up to £150 for a day’s teaching? Horizon Teachers is currently looking for Secondary School Teachers to work from September.  Horizon Teachers due to an increased demand is now looking to add to the teachers it is working with. We offer a great rate of pay to all our teachers and continued support throughout your time working for Horizon Teachers. As a successful supply teacher it is important to have effective classroom and behaviour management. You must also have excellent rapport building skills with students and be able to following lesson plans. Supply teaching can be an ideal way to supplement your income while setting your own schedule. It also allows you to improve your classroom skills as you try out different schools, year groups and methods. Horizon Teachers can introduce you to a large number of secondary schools in North London. After proving your abilities as a supply teacher, you may also be offered a full-time job and we have found that many of our teachers are offered longer term roles at the school they work in. The option is of course up to you and we will work to get you the role, the school and the number of days teaching you are looking for. To Work for Horizon Teachers you must; Have excellent classroom management and be able to follow a lesson plan. Be a fully qualified Teacher Hold UK QTS Have an up to date DBS certificate Be able to provide two professional references. A flexible working attitude. If you would like to work with Horizon Teachers please submit your CV or contact the Secondary Teach on 0207 444 0009.

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.  

Teaching Assistant - SEN Support

£70 - £90 per day
Teaching Assistant Location - Newham (East London) Ofsted "Good" School Inner London Secondary School £70 - £90 per day depending on experience Long term, September 2018 start Are you a recent Graduate or an experienced Teaching Assistant looking for a new role? Are you looking work in a great Support department and gain experience in a school as a Teaching Assistant before progressing to complete a teaching qualification? Do you have the drive, commitment and dedication to work with students of all abilities and make a real difference to their achievement? Horizon teachers is working with a good secondary schools in East London who is looking to employ graduates or experienced Teaching Assistants to work within their support department. The role is to support across all subject areas, you will be working with students who have varied learning needs.  As a teaching assistant you will be supporting and progressing students of all abilities across the school. As directed by the SENCO the ideal individual for this role will be able to adapt and support in every subject area. A background in English, Maths, Science or humanities would be looked upon favourably but not essential. You will work alongside experienced teachers and other teaching assistants to provide in class support as well as working with students in small groups and on a one to one basis. You will gain a valuable insight into the role of a teacher, prior experience within SEN support would be an advantage and will be looked upon favourably by the school. The school is a successful, multicultural comprehensive secondary school providing a quality education to all of its students. The school is a vibrant, inclusive and diverse community where everyone is encouraged and expected to fulfil their potential. In its recent Ofsted report inspectors commented that "The school knows its students extremely well and provides them with exceptional care and support…Leaders at all levels have worked hard to secure continuous improvement over a sustained period” The schools provides all Teaching Assistants with excellent training. You will be introduced to the latest teaching innovations as well as being fully trained on working with SEN students. As a Teaching Assistant you will be a vital link between teachers and students and in past years teaching assistants have been seen to improve grades as well as develop students’ behaviour. Please apply for the position immediately as the school will be interviewing ASAP and are looking at a start date or September 3rd 2018. 

Early Years TA - Primary School

£70 - £95 per day
Early Years Teaching Assistant   * Reception class TA * Mainstream Primary school * Full time 5 days a week, 8.30am-4.00pm * School term time only * Hackney   An inclusive and diverse Primary School based in Hackney are seeking an enthusiastic and personable Teaching Assistant to join their team in September.  This will be in their Foundation phase, in their Reception class.  Due to an additional intake of children this additional role has become available.    As  a teaching assistant you will be an integral part in the ongoing development of the children.    You will have responsibilities in the classroom and the playground, including; supporting the class teacher, managing behaviour and expectations, leading intervention groups, providing support to children on an individual and small group basis and promote the schools ethos and continued success.    About you: • Previous experience of working as a Teaching Assistant or Nursery Nurse would be an advantage although not essential • Ideally have a relevant childcare qualification (NVQ 2/3, NNEB equivalent or a degree in childcare or education.  • A calm, kind and dedicated approach to supporting children in the classroom • Have an understanding of how children learn and a desire to work with children • A real passion for early years learning and keen to join an excellent EYFS team.   About the school: • A two form entry school in Hackney- Part of a federation of schools able to offer excellent career prospects • Serving a multicultural, diverse community • The school offer an excellent range of extracurricular and enrichment activities and encourage all staff and children to take part. • Well resourced and  committed to raising standards for all pupils   If you are interested in finding out more about this role- contact us now with your CV

Graduate Teaching Assistant

£60 - £80 per day
Graduate Teaching Assistant Location - Tower Hamlets - E1 Salary - £60 - £90 per day School - Outstanding 11 - 18 School Start - ASAP or September 2018  Teaching Assistant - Regent Graduate - Training opportunities ASAP/September start An Outstanding Inner London School is looking to employ a passionate and motivated Graduate Teaching Assistant to join their large team of support staff. This is an exciting opportunity to work in one of London’s top schools, work alongside excellent teachers, develop skills that can be used in a future teaching career and engage with, motivate and make a difference to student’s achievement.  The school is looking for motivated graduates who will be able to support students at the school with a focus in Humanities, English, Maths or Science. The position would suit someone with a recent degree and strong A Levels. You will be working as directed by the Head of Department and the SENCO. The timetable will be to support students from year 7 through to year 13, you will experience GCSE and A Level teaching so this role would be ideal for anyone looking to progress into teaching in the future. You will support in class but also work with students in small targeted intervention groups. The school achieved `Outstanding` in its last Ofsted inspection. Students achieve above the national average in GCSE and A Level results. This is due to the hard work of teachers and also the continued support of teaching assistants who play a key role in monitoring progress as well as providing continued support to all students.  Teaching assistants at the school will be provided with regular training sessions and continued professional development. The school may also be able to offer teacher training positions and current teaching assistants have benefitted from this and are moving into teacher training having completed a year as a teaching assistant. Due to this extensive training no school experience is needed but will be looked at favourably.  Please apply for this position immediately with an up to date CV as the school with to appoint ASAP.