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Can You Make A Positive Impact For SEMH Students Expiring soon


Protocol Education

£300 - £410 per week

Newham

Fixed Term | Full Time

13/08/2020

No

Can You Make A Positive Impact For SEMH Students
Rate: £60-£80
We have a role for potential candidates who have experience and a passion to work with students with special needs.
Protocol Education are working along side a SEND School based in Stratford. The school caters too students who have social emotional mental health & autistic spectrum conditions. The required candidate will need at least a year working with Challenging behavior and good behavior management.
The ideal candidate:
§Behavior management strategies
§Behavior that challenges experience
§De-escalating training ideally MAPA or Team Teach
§ASC experience
§PECS or MAKATON
§Innovative
§Resilient
The School:
Key Stage 2-5 pupils attend.
The school prides itself as a learning community where we want everyone: pupils, staff, parents, carers and visitors to feel welcome, and to be valued, safe and ready for the work we share. We believe each individual is unique and has their own special talent that can be developed in a calm, thoughtful and ordered school where there is fairness, understanding, clear rules, and where the consequences of actions are accepted by all.

If you feel like ou can take this challenge and want to apply yourself to make a positive impact then see details below on how to get in touch.
Protocol Education are fully in compliance with Agency Worker Regulations, ensuring you receive equal treatment for pay and conditions after a 12 week qualifying period. Please ask for further details Successful applicants will be subject to satisfactory references, as well as possessing an up to date DBS or be willing to apply for one through Protocol Education.
If this role is of interest to you, or if you are considering another challenge in a SEND school, please contact Michael @ Protocol Education on 0203 219 7745 or michael.oduniyi@protocol-education.com .