To request more information  please either:

call Amanda on  01787 372611

or complete this enquiry form: 

Your details were sent successfully!

Teaching Assistant- Suffolk

We have a fantastic opportunity to join our SEN team as a Teaching Assistant working with mild/moderate learning difficulties and/or challenging behaviour.

The main purpose of the role is to work alongside one of our Teachers or Instructors, to build a positive and productive learning environment for our young people.

Members of our team support in providing a broad and balanced program of study through The Ryes College and Community 24-hour curriculum and manage delegated areas of curricular delivery, assessment and reporting under the close coaching and mentor-ship of members of the teaching team. Part of this role is to manage small groups of children, ensuring their safety and welfare in a range of learning environments both on and off the premises.

You will also eventually progress to lead the delivery and development of specified modules of study in key skills and vocational area, making these areas of learning accessible to all pupils and amenable to external accreditation.

The role will involve working with some pupils 1:1 with Special Needs who require extra learning support.

We are looking for an enthusiastic, patient, motivated, resilient individuals who are passionate about helping our young people build the self-belief and confidence they need to enable them to develop aspirations for their future.
Here are some of the benefits of taking up this role:

  • Full-time/ part time long term position

  • Great opportunity to join a friendly and enthusiastic SEN team

  • Supportive Senior Leadership Team that take an active part in the day to day activities in the school

  • Opportunities for Continuing Professional Development

  • Dynamic role working with various students both inside and outside the classroom

What are the school looking for?

  • Someone who is looking to commit to a long term role, understanding that our children need to build trust in the adults around them

  • An enthusiastic team player willing to be flexible within the department and to have positive energy

  • Someone who is always looking to learn and develop new skills

Residential Support Worker- Suffolk

Our role as Support Workers is to provide strong, nurturing boundaries and to create a safe environment mixed with fun and imagination, trips to the beach, fishing, bike rides etc- basically anything that can help our children make positive childhood memories.Our children sometimes arrive emotionally confused with challenging behaviours but as they begin to trust and feel safe their behaviours begin to change and their confidence/ self-belief grows.  We provide full in-house support and training. 

This role would suit anyone who has a positive, can-do personality and enjoys games, fun and creating adventure.