School Cover Supervisor

Teachers UK are currently seeking for Support Assistants to work on a flexible basis in Secondary Schools in Pleasley and surrounding areas.

As a support assistant you will be asked to cover lessons, support pupils on a 1:1 or in a small group and support the departments where necessary. There is likely to be times you will lead the class so we are seeking individuals who are confident in their behaviour management skills.

The support assistant role is ideal for those who are seeking a new challenge or and would like experience in a classroom environment. It is likely that you would be asked to work in a variety of schools including secondary, primary and SEN settings and we are happy to provide additional support and training if necessary.

As a support assistant your duties will include:

  • Managing the student’s behaviour
  • Supporting the class where possible
  • Promote school values
  • Follow school policies
  • Distribute and collect work for the lessons
  • Tidying the classroom after the lesson

As an education assistant you will be expected to cover classes where the teacher is absent; there will be no marking or planning however you will be expected to interact with students and support them when required.

We are looking for people with the below attributes:

  • Calm
  • Confident
  • Patient
  • Enthusiastic
  • Versatile
  • Basic knowledge of core school subjects such as English and Maths (although no specific qualifications are required)

Having access to a car would be desirable although this is not essential.

If you believe you have the above qualities please contact Elisia Hunter on 01623 600636 or email over your CV to elisia.hunter@teachers-uk.co.uk.

Teachers UK are committed to stringent safeguarding guidelines therefore successful applicants will be subjected to enhanced DBS clearance and reference checks.

Maths Teacher

Teachers UK are currently looking to recruit an experienced Maths Teacher to work a great achool in the Mansfield area.

This is a full time position and requires someone who is dedicated and willing to work on a long term basis, with the potential for a temp to perm option. Ideally we require someone who has taught Maths previously to pupils of different abilities and someone who has experience working with pupils who may have social and emotional needs - requiring extra support.

If successful in this role you would be responsible for planning, marking and preparation of lessons and would be expected to conduct lessons that are in accordance to the schools expectations. The ideal candidate will have experience teaching Maths at GCSE level and up to A-Level would be very advantageous.

In order to be considered for this post, you will need to:

  • Hold QTS or equivalent recognised UK teaching qualifications
  • Have a good knowledge of the current National Curriculum
  • Have high expectations of achievement and behaviour and always strive to get the best out of your students.

NQT’s and experienced teachers alike are welcome to apply and will both be considered for this role.

We have similar roles to this across Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and South Yorkshire so if you think this role maybe too far for you send a CV across and we may have one closer to yourself.

If you feel that you are a suitable candidate for this role or would like more information on any positions we may have, then please do not hesitate to contact us on 01623 600636.

Teachers UK will organise all pre-employment checks including L99, Enhanced DBS clearance, References and Qualifications.

School Cover Teacher

Teachers UK are currently seeking for Support Assistants to work on a flexible basis in Secondary Schools in Belper and surrounding areas.

As a support assistant you will be asked to cover lessons, support pupils on a 1:1 or in a small group and support the departments where necessary. There is likely to be times you will lead the class so we are seeking individuals who are confident in their behaviour management skills.

The support assistant role is ideal for those who are seeking a new challenge or and would like experience in a classroom environment. It is likely that you would be asked to work in a variety of schools including secondary, primary and SEN settings and we are happy to provide additional support and training if necessary.

As a support assistant your duties will include:

  • Managing the student’s behaviour
  • Supporting the class where possible
  • Promote school values
  • Follow school policies
  • Distribute and collect work for the lessons
  • Tidying the classroom after the lesson

As an education assistant you will be expected to cover classes where the teacher is absent; there will be no marking or planning however you will be expected to interact with students and support them when required.

We are looking for people with the below attributes:

  • Calm
  • Confident
  • Patient
  • Enthusiastic
  • Versatile
  • Basic knowledge of core school subjects such as English and Maths (although no specific qualifications are required)

Having access to a car would be desirable although this is not essential.

If you believe you have the above qualities please contact Elisia Hunter on 01623 600636 or email over your CV to elisia.hunter@teachers-uk.co.uk

Teachers UK are committed to stringent safeguarding guidelines therefore successful applicants will be subjected to enhanced DBS clearance and reference checks.

School Cover Teacher

Teachers UK are currently seeking for Support Assistants to work on a flexible basis in Secondary Schools in Alfreton and surrounding areas.

As a support assistant you will be asked to cover lessons, support pupils on a 1:1 or in a small group and support the departments where necessary. There is likely to be times you will lead the class so we are seeking individuals who are confident in their behaviour management skills.

The support assistant role is ideal for those who are seeking a new challenge or and would like experience in a classroom environment. It is likely that you would be asked to work in a variety of schools including secondary, primary and SEN settings and we are happy to provide additional support and training if necessary.

As a support assistant your duties will include:

  • Managing the student’s behaviour
  • Supporting the class where possible
  • Promote school values
  • Follow school policies
  • Distribute and collect work for the lessons
  • Tidying the classroom after the lesson

As an education assistant you will be expected to cover classes where the teacher is absent; there will be no marking or planning however you will be expected to interact with students and support them when required.

We are looking for people with the below attributes:

  • Calm
  • Confident
  • Patient
  • Enthusiastic
  • Versatile
  • Basic knowledge of core school subjects such as English and Maths (although no specific qualifications are required)

Having access to a car would be desirable although this is not essential.

If you believe you have the above qualities please contact Elisia Hunter on 01623 600636 or email over your CV to elisia.hunter@teachers-uk.co.uk

Teachers UK are committed to stringent safeguarding guidelines therefore successful applicants will be subjected to enhanced DBS clearance and reference checks.

School Cover Teacher

Teachers UK are currently seeking for Support Assistants to work on a flexible basis in Secondary Schools in Worksop and surrounding areas.

As a support assistant you will be asked to cover lessons, support pupils on a 1:1 or in a small group and support the departments where necessary. There is likely to be times you will lead the class so we are seeking individuals who are confident in their behaviour management skills.

The support assistant role is ideal for those who are seeking a new challenge or and would like experience in a classroom environment. It is likely that you would be asked to work in a variety of schools including secondary, primary and SEN settings and we are happy to provide additional support and training if necessary.

As a support assistant your duties will include:

  • Managing the student’s behaviour
  • Supporting the class where possible
  • Promote school values
  • Follow school policies
  • Distribute and collect work for the lessons
  • Tidying the classroom after the lesson

As an education assistant you will be expected to cover classes where the teacher is absent; there will be no marking or planning however you will be expected to interact with students and support them when required.

We are looking for people with the below attributes:

  • Calm
  • Confident
  • Patient
  • Enthusiastic
  • Versatile
  • Basic knowledge of core school subjects such as English and Maths (although no specific qualifications are required)

Having access to a car would be desirable although this is not essential.

If you believe you have the above qualities please contact Elisia Hunter on 01623 600636 or email over your CV to elisia.hunter@teachers-uk.co.uk

Teachers UK are committed to stringent safeguarding guidelines therefore successful applicants will be subjected to enhanced DBS clearance and reference checks.

Behaviour Teaching Assistant – Secondary School

Teachers UK are currently recruiting for a number of Teaching Assistant roles in the Derby area


We are looking for teaching assistants to work within a mainstream secondary school, supporting pupils who have been identified as having behavioural, social or emotional difficulties.

 

The ideal person for this role will have experience supporting within an alternative provision setting or have relevant, past experience with pupils experiencing any of the mentioned difficulties. It would also be advantageous if you have supported within one or more of the following areas: 

 

- English Language

- Mathematics

- Vocational Education

 

It is likely you will be supporting pupils in a range of lessons and areas so it would be ideal if you have a good, general knowledge and are able to adapt to different departments when required.

 

If you would like to apply for this role please send your CV to Emma Wright at Teachers UK 

 

Please note that in order to be offered any work placements with Teachers UK you will be subject to stringent safeguarding checks, including a fully enhanced DBS check and sufficient reference requests.

 

Teachers UK can assist in the process of a DBS if you do not have one already.

School Cover Supervisor

Teachers UK are currently seeking for cover supervisors and support assistants to work on a flexible basis in Secondary Schools in the Newark on Trent region and surrounding areas from October half term.

As a support assistant you will be asked to cover lessons, support pupils on a 1:1 or in a small group and support the departments where necessary. There is likely to be times you will lead the class so we are seeking individuals who are confident in their behaviour management skills.

The support assistant role is ideal for those who are seeking a new challenge or and would like experience in a classroom environment. It is likely that you would be asked to work in a variety of schools including secondary, primary and SEN settings and we are happy to provide additional support and training if necessary.

As a support assistant your duties will include:

  • Managing the student’s behaviour
  • Supporting the class where possible
  • Promote school values
  • Follow school policies
  • Distribute and collect work for the lessons
  • Tidying the classroom after the lesson

As an education assistant you will be expected to cover classes where the teacher is absent; there will be no marking or planning however you will be expected to interact with students and support them within the lesson.

We are looking for people with the below attributes:

  • Calm
  • Confident
  • Patient
  • Enthusiastic
  • Versatile
  • Basic knowledge of core school subjects such as English and Maths (although no specific qualifications are required)

Having access to a car would be desirable although this is not essential.

If you believe you have the above qualities please contact Steve Truman on 01623 600636 or email over your CV and details to us.

Teachers UK are committed to stringent safeguarding guidelines therefore successful applicants will be subjected to enhanced DBS clearance and reference checks.

English Teacher

Teachers UK are currently recruiting for an English Teacher to work at an outstanding school in the Mansfield area. This position will be for the full academic year, with the view to become permanent.

The school we are recruiting for have fantastic facilities and the English department is extremely supportive and a great place to work. Ideally we are looking for someone who can teach up to KS4 and who is confident teaching pupils of varied abilities. The school we are working with is apart of a great multi-academy trust and offer great opportunities for career and personal development.

The ideal candidate for the position must have:

  • Ability to teach English up to GCSE and potentially A-Level
  • Friendly and professional manner
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Experience within a school setting
  • Ability to plan and mark good quality lessons

Why choose Teachers UK?

  • Dedicated consultant who has mobile phone access in evenings and throughout the day
  • 24 hour call system so someone is available to answer queries
  • We pay all candidates via PAYE meaning you get the most for your money*
  • Flexible working days
  • Weekly pay
  • Timesheets are all completed by us to reduce paperwork for you

Teachers UK were formed in 1997 and within this time we have successfully built and maintained a strong and loyal client base across the area, with continued growth. Due to this we work with a good range of schools providing a diverse environment for staff and allowing you to work in a mixture of schools settings.

To apply for this position please contact Elisia Hunter on 01623 600636 or email your CV and details to elisia.hunter@teachers-uk.co.uk

Teachers UK will organise all pre-employment checks including L99, Enhanced DBS clearance, References and Qualifications.

*based on umbrella company to PAYE payslip comparison

School Cover Supervisor

Teachers UK are currently seeking for Support Assistants to work on a flexible basis in Secondary Schools in the Mansfield region and surrounding areas.

As a support assistant you will be asked to cover lessons, support pupils on a 1:1 or in a small group and support the departments where necessary. There is likely to be times you will lead the class so we are seeking individuals who are confident in their behaviour management skills.

The support assistant role is ideal for those who are seeking a new challenge or and would like experience in a classroom environment. It is likely that you would be asked to work in a variety of schools including secondary, primary and SEN settings and we are happy to provide additional support and training if necessary.

As a support assistant your duties will include:

  • Managing the student’s behaviour
  • Supporting the class where possible
  • Promote school values
  • Follow school policies
  • Distribute and collect work for the lessons
  • Tidying the classroom after the lesson

As an education assistant you will be expected to cover classes where the teacher is absent; there will be no marking or planning however you will be expected to interact with students and support them when required.

We are looking for people with the below attributes:

  • Calm
  • Confident
  • Patient
  • Enthusiastic
  • Versatile
  • Basic knowledge of core school subjects such as English and Maths (although no specific qualifications are required)

Having access to a car would be desirable although this is not essential.

If you believe you have the above qualities please contact Elisia Hunter on 01623 600636 or email over your CV to elisia.hunter@teachers-uk.co.uk.

Teachers UK are committed to stringent safeguarding guidelines therefore successful applicants will be subjected to enhanced DBS clearance and reference checks.

Primary Teaching Assistant

This successful Primary School in Derbyshire are working alongside Teachers UK to recruit an enthusiastic full time Teaching assistant. This position will be starting as soon as possible for the rest of the academic year.

<strong>Job Role</strong>

  • deliver tailored teaching activities to pupils on either a one-to-one basis or in small groups
  • make sure that the pupils you support are able to engage in learning and stay on task during the lesson or activity
  • support the social and emotional development of pupils, reporting any issues when required
  • support the teacher in managing challenging pupil behaviour and promoting positive behaviour
  • listen to pupils read and read to pupils as a class, group or one-to-one
  • guide and monitor pupil progress

<strong>Skills</strong>

  • a positive approach to working with children and the ability to motivate, inspire and build rapport
  • a strong regard for pupil safety and well-being
  • respect for diversity, as you’ll be working with pupils from a range of backgrounds
  • interpersonal skills to build relationships with pupils, parents, teachers and governors
  • reading, writing, numeracy and communication skills

If you are interested in this position or are looking for any other Teaching Assistant work please do not hesitate to get in touch. Either email your CV to <a href="mailto:emma.wright@teachers-uk.co.uk">emma.wright@teachers-uk.co.uk</a> or call the Teachers UK office on 01623 600 636.