Inclusion Support Worker

Inclusion Support Worker

SEN Support, Support Worker, Teaching Assistant
Huddersfield, Kirklees
Posted 1 month ago

Principal Resourcing are supporting one of our partner schools in Kirklees, catering for pupils in Key Stages 2-4 with severe and complex Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties (SEMH), to recruit Inclusion Support Workers. The roles are 5 days a week but they will consider part time for the right candidates.  You can expect to paid up to £90 per day.

The school have high expectations of their pupils; build a secure and happy atmosphere in which pupils can learn effectively; offer a broad range of subjects and qualifications, including GCSEs. However, they are different to other schools in that they organise their pupils into nurture groups; structure the day and their curriculum to support pupils with SEMH difficulties and employ specialist staff to support the special educational needs of their pupils.

As part of this specialist team, Inclusion Support Workers play an important role in helping to create a stimulating, safe and structured environment in which the pupils can realise their potential. This role includes providing practical support for learning and other school activities, helping pupils to develop their academic, social and emotional skills. This will involve working with small groups and/or individual pupils in and out of the classroom. As an Inclusion Support Worker, you will make considerable use of effective communication and conciliatory skills including the use of restorative practices with pupils, schools and families. You will need to be experienced at managing difficult conversations, meetings and diffusing challenging behaviour. The majority of the pupils are extremely vulnerable and can have very complex family backgrounds.

Within the role you are required to:

  • Provide a calming and nurturing support for some of Wakefield’s most vulnerable students
  • Be resilient, not easily offended and have the skills to de-escalate sometimes challenging situations
  • Have a commitment to the settings to ensure the children you are supporting have a regular role model and routine
  • Show an interest in the children that you are working with in order that you can build mutually respected relationships

Skills and attributes:

  • Ability to relate well to pupils and young adults with additional needs, experience of working with SEN, LAC or residential support worker would be advantageous.
  • Be able to remain calm under pressure
  • Be confident, passionate and highly motivated
  • The ability to take note of, and acting on, all issues relating to the wellbeing and safeguarding of children
  • Cache level 3 or equivalent or experience working in a similar setting
  • Team Teach or MAPA qualification is advantageous

So, what’s in it for you:

  • Highly supportive and committed consultants who will endeavour to find assignments suited to your needs specific to your Local Authority
  • An opportunity to extend your professional development with FREE accredited CPD courses
  • Rewarding and competitive rates of pay
  • A great range of opportunities to work in a variety of local schools of your choice
  • ‘Recommend a Friend’ bonus up to £150
  • A wealth of experience from Teachers working in branch to provide you with industry knowledge, career advice and CV assistance
  • A choice of pay options to suit you and your circumstances: PAYE or Umbrella Company

If this role sounds of interest to you, please apply now with your CV and our team will be in touch with you shortly.

We will conduct your interview remotely via Microsoft teams. We will clear you as quickly as possible, our dedicated Candidate and Compliance Team, will be working tirelessly to do so!  Our Leeds branch is now open, following safety regulations, to drop in documentation.

Principal Resourcing is an Education Recruitment Business having sought agreement from their clients to find candidates for these roles, in accordance with the Employment Agencies and Employment Business Regulations Act 2003. Principal Resourcing is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. Appointments will be subject to our stringent vetting procedures, including an enhanced DBS check and references. Principal Resourcing are an equal opportunities employer.

Please note that if you have not heard from us within two weeks your application may have been unsuccessful.

Job Features

Job CategoryLearning Support Assistant, Primary Education, Secondary Education, Special Educational Needs, Support Worker, Teaching Assistant

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