Bridgelea Pupil Referral Unit
Bridgelea provides full time supervised education from the 6th day for all Manchester children who have been permanently excluded.
This position is Permanent, Full Time, Term Time Only. Working Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 08 : 30 - 16 : 00, Wednesday 08 : 30 - 17 : 00 and Friday 08 : 30 - 14 : 30.
Pupils benefit from working in small groups with adults attuned to the needs of pupils with SEBD.
In line with our holistic approach to supporting pupils with SEBD we work within a multidisciplinary team with weekly access to drama therapy, art therapy, holistic therapy, speech and language therapy, relaxation, peer massage and educational psychology as required.
Teaching Assistant Level 3 required to join Bridgelea Primary School. The successful candidate will support the Class Teacher in the delivery of the national curriculum and support the Teaching Assistants within the class.
Working at Bridgelea is varied and the children present with varying ranges of additional Social Emotional and Mental Health needs.
Everyday offers new opportunities to develop and support young children to access the learning environment.
Bridgelea Pupil Referral Unit Central : Bridgelea Road, Withington, M20 3FB, , South : Crossacres Road, Wythenshawe, M22 5DR,, East : Mount Road, Gorton, Manchester M18 7GR
The successful candidate will have experience of working with children with additional and complex Social Emotional and Mental Healthneeds.
They will have the correct attributes to be able to work on their own and as part of a team using a nurturing dynamic approach to managing risk and supporting children's learning.
The successful candidate will have a passion for working with children and supporting them overcoming barriers to learning.
Bridgelea Primary School is a school for up to 96 pupils in Key Stages 1 and 2 who have either been permanently excluded from mainstream school or who are in danger of becoming so, because of social, emotional or mental health difficulties.
It also offers places for children with a Statement of Special Educational Needs or an Educational Health and Care Plan identifying social emotional and mental health difficulties.
0161 234 4477
Support is also offered by the pupil referral unit staff to mainstream primary schools in order to help them to manage and improve the behaviour of individual pupils to reduce the likelihood of exclusion.