Empowering Learning

Empowering Learning Rugby, UK
18/07/2019
Do you have experience working in a school office for at least 6 months ? Are you looking to secure a long term to permanent position in a school office? Empowering Learning is seeking to recruit two finance assistants for a bustling school office in Rugby. Job specification: Finance To work in accordance with the organisation's financial deadlines in respect to financial processing, reporting and monitoring. To ensure confidentiality at all times in relation to the organisation's financial information and accounts. To undertake the monthly, inputting and processing of operational accounting data to include, invoices, BAC's payments, Sales/ Purchase Ledger, petty cash and credit card returns for the organisation. To assist with the review, input and processing of all financial returns from operational services. To input and produce bank reconciliations and other balance sheet reconciliations as required. To support the periodic internal auditing of financial records of operational services to ensure they remain compliant as per the finance schedule and other regularity bodies To contribute to the efficiency of the organisations financial internal control systems. Accurate and timely inputting and collation of financial information to support the organisations year-end audit process. Respond in a timely manner to requests for financial information from operational colleagues, using appropriate communication methods. To provide support to the Senior Leadership Team and Administration staff, on finance related issues within services. Contribute to the preparation of service specific financial reports, as requested. To accurately record, store and archive all information in accordance with policy and regulations. Undertake other duties in relation to the broader finance team as requested by the School Business Manager. School Data System Take the lead role in the development, management and maintenance of SIMS system and other assessment packages. Maintain and manage the academy assessment and reporting systems including online tracking tools and liaise with Spika. To attend some SLT meetings to present and further investigate data trends. Provide and organise an efficient and professional data administrative service to the senior leadership team. To provide CPD for staff as required in relation to the use of the MIS and wider data reporting tool. Attend relevant training courses. Liaise with ICT managed service provider to ensure smooth running of SIMS Provide complex reports for audiences including staff, governors, Ofsted and other bodies. Take responsibility for the termly return to LA (PLASC) and other statutory returns. Contribute to school timetabling team. Set up and maintain any new data management systems as required including providing usernames and logins. Be responsible for the input of targets, predictions and outcomes grades for all students for all courses. Analyse and produce regular reports for staff and others as required. Produce performance data as required for internal and external agencies including Ofsted. Use external packages to collate and analyse data. Respond to requests from staff with school performance data packages. Set up, produce and maintain the school reporting system. This includes the annual school report for every student and reports for each assessment period. Agree with line manager the production of school reports based upon agreed calendar. Additional Duties: To safeguard and promote the welfare of all children and young people in the school by being familiar with and aware of the School's Safeguarding and protection issues, procedures and guidelines and to adhere to them at all times. To bring to the attention of a senior colleague any matter of concern over the wellbeing, safety or safeguarding of a person we support. To be aware of your responsibilities in accordance with the current Health and Safety at Work Act. To be aware of your responsibilities in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) and be familiar with the content of the MAT Data Protection Policy, Acceptable use of ICT Policy, Password Policy and any other associated policies and procedures. Empowering Learning can offer: A dedicated consultant to assist you during your clearance process; An education specialist to support you throughout your placement at the school; Competitive rates of pay; Continued support throughout the placement; Access to CPD seminars with Empowering Learning; DBS refunded after working for a qualifying number of days. Start date : September 2019 Role : Finance & Data Assistant in a new SEND school Location : Rugby Salary: £18,468.91- £22,891 per annum depending on experience The position will initially be for one term with an option for the right candidate to become permanent. If you are interested in this role and would like to find out more about the position, please respond to this advert by submitting your CV or contact Amrita. Call Amrita on: Email Amrita at : Empowering Learning Ltd is a committed Equal Opportunities Employer and therefore will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. Please note that successful applicants will be asked to apply for an enhanced DBS check via the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Empowering Learning Handsworth, Birmingham, UK
18/07/2019
Primary school in Tamworth requires a Year Teacher and a Maths Lead Start Date - September KS2 Lead Teacher required and Year 6 teacher. Competitive rates of pay TLR 2 Years KS2 Experience Essential Lovely parents & supportive leadership team Excellent career progression opportunities within a MAT KS2 Maths Lead Teacher Specification: Key Stage 2 Lead: Empowering Learning are looking for a dynamic and motivated KS2 year 6 Teacher who is looking for the next step in their career within an innercity school in Birmingham. Are you a motivated primary teacher with at least 2 years of experience teaching within KS2? Are you looking for a fresh and exciting opportunity at a highly supportive school? Do you want to work with polite and friendly children who are eager to learn? If so, this is the opportunity for you! This vacancy provides the opportunity for a qualified, inspirational Primary teacher to teach as a part of a supportive, established senior management team, supporting the maths learning of the whole school. This is a great opportunity to for the right candidate who has exemplary curriculum knowledge in maths. The successful candidate will have a passion and commitment to ensure all students progress into KS2 with their understanding deepened, their minds enriched, and their hearts inspired, so that they love learning and embrace the challenges of the future. This is a part time KS2 maths Lead position starting in September, for a permanent role. - School description: The school was founded by the Church of England and has always sought to serve all the children of the surrounding community. Faith in God is a cornerstone of our school life. Today, children of many different religious backgrounds attend the school. There are Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Sikh and Buddhist families represented within our school community. This brings a wonderful variety and richness of experiences to our life and learning together. Applications from experienced Teachers and NQTs will not be considered. Empowering Learning Ltd is a committed Equal Opportunities Employer and therefore will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. Please note that successful applicants will be asked to apply for an enhanced DBS check via the Disclosure and Barring Service.
Empowering Learning City of London, UK
18/07/2019
Graduate Teaching Assistant Are you passionate about education and would like to gain paid classroom experience in a school-based setting? Do you have any prior experience working with young people and have a passion to train as a teacher? Would you like to work with some of the brightest students In London for the next academic year? An exceptional Secondary School located in West London is looking to appoint a Graduate Teaching Assistant from September… Graduate Teaching Assistant "Outstanding" Graded Secondary School located in West London Permanent or Fixed term, full time contract Graduate Teaching Assistant position starting in September Earn up to £22,000 Located near public transport links Teacher Training opportunities Ongoing training and development Interviewing immediately The school is a large and thriving secondary school with a great reputation and has received a well-deserved, 'Outstanding' rating from Ofsted. This school offers a fresh and modern learning environment and has the most up to date technology facilities. The school located in a quiet residential area but is easy to get to with a train station nearby. This Graduate Teaching Assistant would suit an imaginative graduate who has earned at least a 2:1 in your degree and experience working with secondary aged children. The ideal individual should be able to show their drive and ambition and create a good understanding between themselves and their pupils. The right applicant will have skills to communicate effectively with staff, students and parents and help spread positivity. The school want to meet applicants who have a meaningful attachment to their specific subject that includes excellent specific knowledge and understanding. Your role of a Graduate Teaching Assistant will be to support GCSE and KS3 students by leading booster session as well as supporting inside the classroom. As a Teaching Assistant, you will be given the opportunity to develop your teaching skill throughout your time at the school by planning and leading lessons. If you want to join this wonderful secondary school and passionate team as a Graduate Teaching Assistant, get your application in now! Click 'Apply Now' to send your CV to Ryan at Empowering Learning today.
Empowering Learning 14 Orme Rd, Kingston upon Thames KT1 3SA, UK
18/07/2019
Empowering Learning are seeking to recruit Teaching Assistants and Learning Support Assistants working in Special Schools for Daily and Long Term cover in West / South West London. We would be keen to speak to you if you have experience working with children across all age groups and especially keen to speak to you if you have SEND experience. Have you worked in schools with children who have ASD, PMLD, SLD, MLD or SEMH/EBD? Have you worked with children with challenging behaviour? We will consider those who do not have experience working as a Teaching Assistant on the basis of relevant skills, qualifications and suitable references. To be a successful candidate you will need to demonstrate that you have a professional approach, the ability to take the initiative, to work effectively with permanent staff. In addition to having the aptitude to form good relationships and be able to communicate effectively with parents and other professionals. You must: Possess the right to work in the UK Be willing to travel up to 45 - 60 minutes for work Ideally have professional experience working in a childcare based role Have up to date professional childcare related references (covering the last 2 years) Have an enhanced DBS disclosure on the Update Service of be happy to apply for one If you feel you have the qualities and experience, please send your CV to us. Enhanced rates of pay will be available for high performing candidates with excellent references.
Empowering Learning London, UK
16/07/2019
**EXCELLENT TRANSPORT LINKS** **PERMANENT CONTRACT** **SEPTEMBER START** **OFSED RATED OUTSTANDING** Are you a Religious Education/Studies teacher looking for a new role from September 2019? Do you want to teach engaged, enthusiastic and academic students at an Ofsted graded 'OUTSTANDING' school? I am working with a Secondary school based in Redbridge who are looking for a teacher of Religious Education/Studies starting September 2019. Salary - MPS £28,286- £39,937, UPS £41,925-£45,086. The Role You will be teaching Religious Education/Studies to KS3, KS4 & possibly KS5, to students with excellent behaviour and who have a keen interest in learning. With direction from the Head of Department, to plan and prepare effective teaching modules and lessons To teach engaging and effective lessons that motivate, inspire and involve students and improve student attainment To use regular assessments to monitor progress and set targets To respond accordingly to the results of such monitoring to differentiate intervention To utilise a full range of AfL strategies To maintain regular and productive communication with parents, to report on progress, sanctions and achievements Your New School An outstandingly successful and oversubscribed 11-18 mixed comprehensive school with 1250 students on roll. The school has regularly featured in national press listings of the country's top comprehensive schools and has been judged "an outstandingly successful school" five consecutive times by Ofsted. Examination results are excellent and are well above national and local averages. About You * The ability to teach Religious Education/Studies at KS3, KS4 and A Level * A willingness to enthuse and embrace enthusiastic students * The ability to stretch and challenge academic students * The experience to manage challenging behaviour * The knowledge of current and innovative learning methodologies For further information please contact Emma at Empowering Learning Empowering Learning brings school and staff together. We find jobs for teachers and teaching assistants in schools throughout England. We are here to help you realise your full potential and offer full support and development so why not take advantage of our free training opportunities and education workshops.
Empowering Learning London Borough of Brent, UK
16/07/2019
Seasonal
Teacher Jobs Teacher Open Evening Wednesday 19th June 4pm - 6pm 5th floor, Longbow House, 20 Chiswell Street, London, EC1Y 4TW Come and meet the Empowering Learning Secondary team to discuss how we can help you find your next role! Empowering Learning will be holding an open evening for Teachers who are looking for work starting either now or in September 2019 across the West London area. We are currently working with Secondary schools across North West London who are looking to fill various Teaching roles. We are looking for both experienced Teachers as well as NQT's with both full and part time roles available. If you are a qualified secondary school Teacher looking for a new job, please apply below to receive your invitation to our open day. Roles available: * English * Mathematics * Science * Art * Citizenship * ICT * Design and Technology * Geography * History * Religious Education * Modern Foreign Languages * Music * Physical Education * Drama * Health and Social Care The open day will be held Wednesday 19th June 4pm to 6pm at our Central London office. This will be held via INVITE ONLY. ALL APPLICANTS must apply below and have an initial telephone interview. If you are interested in attending, please apply now or contact me via email (url removed) Empowering Learning Ltd is a committed Equal Opportunities Employer and therefore will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. Please note that successful applicants will be asked to apply for an enhanced DBS check via the Disclosure and Barring Service
Empowering Learning London Borough of Tower Hamlets, UK
15/07/2019
Contractor
Cover Supervisor Cover Supervisor work in Tower Hamlets Flexible working Secondary Education Graduate or relevant experience Cover Supervisor Specification Cover Supervisor Vacancy: We are looking for engaging and motivated people to join a team of Cover Supervisors for Empowering Learning. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to move into teaching and wanting more school-based experience. As a Cover Supervisor, you will supervise students when a teacher is absent. Your responsibilities will be to maintain a good learning atmosphere, assisting and supporting the students where necessary. When working with Empowering Learning Ltd you will benefit from; Dedicated consultant with a wealth of experience committed to finding you the right role and setting for you, who will support you during your assignment. Competitive rates of pay, depending on experience. A fast clearance process, most of which can be accessed online. Empowering Learning Ltd is a committed Equal Opportunities Employer and therefore will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. Please note that successful applicants will be asked to apply for an enhanced DBS check via the Disclosure and Barring Service. If you feel you would be suitable for this role or would like to know more, please contact Imran Ahmed on (phone number removed) or with a CV to (url removed)
Empowering Learning London Borough of Tower Hamlets, UK
14/07/2019
Contractor
Graduate Learning Support Assistant Primary & Secondary Schools Mainstream & SEN Based in Tower Hamlets Full-time or Part-Time Empowering Learning are recruiting Graduate SEN LSA's for positions based in the East London region. The positions are to work within Mainstream or SEND schools alongside pupils with Special Educational Needs such as Autism, Severe Learning Difficulties, Moderate Learning Difficulties and Social Emotional Mental Health. Job Responsibilities Academic and social support towards pupils with various Learning Difficulties Ability to engage and support pupils Being able to adapt and be creative in your approach Managing challenging behaviour Job Requirements Experience of supporting children or young adults with learning difficulties or disabilities desirable Able to stay calm and de-escalate challenging Behaviour Valid DBS registered with the online update service or be willing to apply for a new one Available 5 days a week and able to commit to at least 1-6 months Benefits to you Free SEND workshop FREE Team Teach Training Dedicated Consultant If you would like more information or would like to apply for this role please submit your CV today or contact Imran Ahmed on (phone number removed) or via email, Imran.ahmed
Empowering Learning London Borough of Newham, UK
14/07/2019
Contractor
Cover Supervisor Cover Supervisor work in Newham Flexible working Secondary Education Graduate or relevant experience Cover Supervisor Specification Cover Supervisor Vacancy: We are looking for engaging and motivated people to join a team of Cover Supervisors for Empowering Learning. This is an excellent opportunity for anyone looking to move into teaching and wanting more school-based experience. As a Cover Supervisor, you will supervise students when a teacher is absent. Your responsibilities will be to maintain a good learning atmosphere, assisting and supporting the students where necessary. When working with Empowering Learning Ltd you will benefit from; Dedicated consultant with a wealth of experience committed to finding you the right role and setting for you, who will support you during your assignment. Competitive rates of pay, depending on experience. A fast clearance process, most of which can be accessed online. Empowering Learning Ltd is a committed Equal Opportunities Employer and therefore will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. Please note that successful applicants will be asked to apply for an enhanced DBS check via the Disclosure and Barring Service. If you feel you would be suitable for this role or would like to know more, please contact Imran Ahmed on (phone number removed) or with a CV to (url removed)
Empowering Learning Lewisham, London SE13 5AS, UK
14/07/2019
Contractor
SEND Learning Support Assistant/Youth Support Worker SEND Education settings Based in Lewisham Full-time Daily pay £70 - £80 depending on experienceEmpowering Learning is seeking a dedicated Youth Support Worker to work in a SEND School setting based in Southwark. The school is seeking a Youth Support Worker that has experience in coaching or mentoring. The ideal candidate must feel comfortable dealing with a range of Special Needs such as Autism, MLD, Complex needs and challenging behaviour from children to young adults and be able to show a calm approach to individuals with additional needs. Experience of working with children or adults in an education setting isn't essential, but a willingness to learn new coaching skills to improve behaviour is critical. Job Responsibilities Supporting secondary pupils at GCSE level Ability to engage and support pupils The supervising and mentoring behaviour of pupils Comfortable working with a range of SEND, supporting Autism, Moderate Learning Difficulties and Complex needsBenefits to you Working in a unique learning environment * Opportunity to have a positive effect on a young adult's life * Excellent rates of pay £70-£80 a day depending on experience * Fast clearance process, most of which can be accessed online * Dedicated consultantJob Requirements Experience of supporting children or young adults with challenging behaviour * Able to stay calm and de-escalate challenging Behaviour * Valid DBS registered with the online update service or be willing to apply for a new one * Available 5-days a week and able to commit to at least 1-6 monthsIf you would like more information or would like to apply for this role, please submit your CV today or contact Sarah Kidman on or via email (url removed)
Empowering Learning London, UK
13/07/2019
Are you a SEND Teaching Assistant with experience supporting students with Profound Multiple learning difficulties? Empowering Learning Ltd are looking to appoint outstanding SEN Teaching Assistants in the Dagenham area with experience supporting SEND students, particularly to work with students with Profound Multiple Learning difficulties. We are looking for enthusiastic and passionate individuals who are hands on and can support students with physical needs; assisting with personal care such as hygiene and feeding, manual handling and assisting with therapy sessions to support students to reach the best of their abilities. You will also be responsible for promoting an inclusive learning environment. So, if you would like the opportunity to make a difference to others and develop a career in working with children with then this is a great opportunity to do so. To be successful for this role you must: Have passion, enthusiasm, and willingness to work in SEND Learning environments Have knowledge and experience with PMLD students Play a significant role in the students learning journey Additional training such as manual handling, hoisting, PEG feeding and Tube feeding Our PMLD schools provides their pupils an inclusive and engaging education environment, supporting students with varied needs such as Cerebral Palsy, medical needs and severe learning difficulties. The school have a fantastic working ethos where each pupil's individual abilities are recognised and staff strive to support all their student's physical, social and emotional development to reach to their full potential. All students have an Educational Health Care Plan and are encouraged to develop key skills such as communication, independence and physical skills. Having experience in the SEND Education sector or Health care sector will be an advantage where you can utilise your skills and knowledge, however this isn't essential. This is a fantastic opportunity for highly motivated and nurturing individuals to enhance their skills and experience in SEND and will allow you to develop professionally in your career. When working with Empowering Learning Ltd you will benefit from: Dedicated consultant with a wealth of experience committed to finding you the right role and setting for you, who will support you during your assignment. Competitive rates of pay, depending on experience. A fast clearance process, most of which can be accessed online. Empowering Learning Ltd is a committed Equal Opportunities Employer and therefore will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. Please note that successful applicants will be asked to apply for an enhanced DBS check via the Disclosure and Barring Service. If you are committed to supporting children or young adults and would like to work in SEND learning environments, we want to hear from you. Please submit your CV today or you can email Ryan S-Barrow on the SEND team at
Empowering Learning Bolton, UK
13/07/2019
I am currently working with a high achieving secondary school in Bolton that are looking for a Religious Studies specialist to join their excellent Humanities department from September 2019 on an initial 12 month FTC. This school offers a fantastic opportunity to teach in an innovative, high achieving secondary school and develop your skills and techniques. The school commits itself to providing the best education it possibly can to all students, allowing them to achieve at the highest levels. Benefits Dynamic and supportive staff Great transport links (close to the Metrolink and multiple bus routes) Growth and development opportunities An inclusive community spirit Responsibilities To plan, prepare and deliver lessons that will engage pupils and maximise pupil performance To maintain an excellent standard of discipline through focused teaching and through positive and productive working relationships To use a range of established teaching methods which sustain the momentum of pupils' work and keep all pupils engaged To set, mark and assess pupils' classwork and homework while providing constructive feedback and setting appropriate targets To help the Head of Department develop & update schemes of work across all Key Stages To be familiar with the statutory assessment and reporting requirements To be familiar with the Code of Practice on the identification and assessment of Special Educational Needs and as part of their responsibilities implement and keep records on Individual Education Plans for pupils when required To attend and contribute fully to school and departmental meetings, progress evenings as required To contribute to activities identified in the Faculty Improvement Plan To carry out the role and responsibilities of a form tutor Person Requirements Honours degree or equivalent, in a relevant subject (2:2 or above) Qualified teacher status Ability to teach Religious Studies up to GCSE To be able to communicate effectively with Staff, pupils, parents and wider members of the local community We offer A full-time, permanent job opportunity Free career & CV advice Continuous guidance throughout your whole career journey A refer a friend scheme of £250 We have lots of other opportunities here at Empowering Learning, so even if this role doesn't appeal to you, make sure you contact us to discuss other positions across Greater Manchester
Empowering Learning Bolton, UK
13/07/2019
I am currently working with a high achieving secondary school in Bolton that are looking for a Design Technology specialist to join their excellent Technology department from September 2019 on a permanent basis. This school offers a fantastic opportunity to teach in an innovative, high achieving secondary school and develop your skills and techniques. The school commits itself to providing the best education it possibly can to all students, allowing them to achieve at the highest levels. Benefits Dynamic and supportive staff Great transport links (close to the Metrolink and multiple bus routes) Growth and development opportunities An inclusive community spirit Responsibilities To plan, prepare and deliver lessons that will engage pupils and maximise pupil performance To maintain an excellent standard of discipline through focused teaching and through positive and productive working relationships To use a range of established teaching methods which sustain the momentum of pupils' work and keep all pupils engaged To set, mark and assess pupils' classwork and homework while providing constructive feedback and setting appropriate targets To help the Head of Department develop & update schemes of work across all Key Stages To be familiar with the statutory assessment and reporting requirements To be familiar with the Code of Practice on the identification and assessment of Special Educational Needs and as part of their responsibilities implement and keep records on Individual Education Plans for pupils when required To attend and contribute fully to school and departmental meetings, progress evenings as required To contribute to activities identified in the Faculty Improvement Plan To carry out the role and responsibilities of a form tutor Person Requirements Honours degree or equivalent, in a Technology or Art related subject (2:2 or above) Qualified teacher status Experience working within industry (desirable) Ability to teach Design Technology up to GCSE (preferably resistant materials and electronics) To be able to communicate effectively with Staff, pupils, parents and wider members of the local community We offer A full-time, permanent job opportunity Free career & CV advice Continuous guidance throughout your whole career journey A refer a friend scheme of £250 We have lots of other opportunities here at Empowering Learning, so even if this role doesn't appeal to you, make sure you contact us to discuss other positions across Greater Manchester
Empowering Learning Stockport District, UK
12/07/2019
I am currently working with a 'Good' secondary school in Stockport that are looking for a PE Teacher specialist to join their excellent Science department from September 2019 on an initial 12 Month FTC. As the post will require supervision of the female pupil changing rooms, a female member of staff is required. This school offers a fantastic opportunity to teach in an innovative, high achieving secondary school and develop your skills and techniques. The school commits itself to providing the best education it possibly can to all students, allowing them to achieve at the highest levels. Benefits Dynamic and supportive staff Great transport links (close to the Metrolink and multiple bus routes) Growth and development opportunities An inclusive community spirit Responsibilities To plan, prepare and deliver lessons that will engage pupils and maximise pupil performance To maintain an excellent standard of discipline through focused teaching and through positive and productive working relationships To use a range of established teaching methods which sustain the momentum of pupils' work and keep all pupils engaged To set, mark and assess pupils' classwork and homework while providing constructive feedback and setting appropriate targets To help the Head of Department develop & update schemes of work across all Key Stages To be familiar with the statutory assessment and reporting requirements To be familiar with the Code of Practice on the identification and assessment of Special Educational Needs and as part of their responsibilities implement and keep records on Individual Education Plans for pupils when required To attend and contribute fully to school and departmental meetings, progress evenings as required To contribute to activities identified in the Faculty Improvement Plan To carry out the role and responsibilities of a form tutor Person Requirements Honours degree or equivalent, in a Physical Education related subject (2:2 or above) Qualified teacher status Experience working within industry (desirable) Ability to teach PE up to GCSE Ability to teach PE to A-Level (desirable) To be able to communicate effectively with Staff, pupils, parents and wider members of the local community We offer A full-time, permanent job opportunity Free career & CV advice Continuous guidance throughout your whole career journey A refer a friend scheme of £250 We have lots of other opportunities here at Empowering Learning, so even if this role doesn't appeal to you, make sure you contact us to discuss other positions across Greater Manchester
Empowering Learning Dudley Rd, Birmingham B18 7QH, UK
12/07/2019
Have you recently been awarded your PGCE or about to qualify? Still haven't secured a teaching position for September? Do you feel overwhelmed with the lengthy application process? Why not cut out all application forms by applying through Empowering Learning. We will arrange all interviews and application forms on your behalf with the school. Empowering Learning are working on behalf of an 'Outstanding' secondary school in Birmingham for a secondary Newly Qualified teacher specialising in Mathematics. We are looking for teachers for the following subject specialisms: English, Mathematics, Sciences, MFL (French, German, Spanish), History, Geography, Religious Education, Physical Education, IT and Computer Science and Business Studies. The position will be permanent from September and both part-time and full time. Job requirements: Qualified teacher status through a PGCE or PCET; Right to work in the UK; At least six months experience on placements in a school environment. Empowering Learning can offer: Excellent and competitive rates of pay; A dedicated consultant to assist you during your clearance process; An education specialist to support you throughout your placement at the school; CPD training with Empowering Learning alongside school-based training; Continued support throughout the placement; DBS refunded after working for a qualifying number of days; Out of hours support and coaching. If you are interested in this role and would like to be put forward, please respond to this advert by submitting your CV or contact Amrita. Call Amrita on: Email Amrita at : Empowering Learning Ltd is a committed Equal Opportunities Employer and therefore will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. Please note that successful applicants will be asked to apply for an enhanced DBS check via the Disclosure and Barring Service.