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Active SEN is currently seeking an enthusiastic and proactive Co- Educator to work in a Primary and Secondary pupil referral unit (PRU) on the border of Hertfordshire and Essex. The school caters for pupils from the age of 5 - 16, however this role will mostly involve working with pupils whom are secondary age. Class sizes are small (no more than 6 - 8 pupils per class) to provide individualised and focused attention, and support provided throughout the school is excellent. Are you an experienced teaching assistant, with experience catering with pupils with SEMH? Or, do you have extensive mainstream experience, with a particularly keen interest in working in SEN Pupils? Work will involve supporting education for pupils with challenging behaviour and complex needs - many of whom have been excluded from mainstream education. For this role you will: Be available 5 days a week Possess an up-to-date DBS, Have previous experience catering for pupils with a range of SEND requirements SEMH/ASD/complex needs. Be able to differentiate lesson plans, and teaching instructional strategies, to engage all learners. Be able to use positive reinforcement when supporting pupils with behavioural difficulties When you apply register with Active SEN, you get: Competitive rates of pay Professional support from our team of experienced consultants Ongoing career advice from a dedicated consultant Important Notice: In order for you to be successful in applying for the above position you should be eligible to work in the UK or hold a relevant work visa. Safeguarding, quality and integrity are at the heart of what we do. During the application process you are required to: - Give details for us to complete Reference checks; - Provide an Enhanced DBS disclosure Active SEN is currently seeking an enthusiastic and proactive Co- Educator to work in a Primary and Secondary pupil referral unit (PRU) on the border of Hertfordshire and Essex. The school caters for pupils from the age of 5 - 16, however this role will mostly involve working with pupils whom are secondary age. Class sizes are small (no more than 6 - 8 pupils per class) to provide individualised and focused attention, and support provided throughout the school is excellent

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