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Behaviour and Inclusion Support Worker

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Behaviour and Inclusion Support worker role (ASAP START)

A mainstream Primary school close to the city centre in Leeds are currently seeking to employ a full-time / permanent Behaviour & Inclusion Support assistant to work with pupils across the primary age range on a 1-2-1 basis and are on Individual Behaviour Plans in school (IBPs). The school are looking for a candidate who can start as soon as possible and who also has previous experience in a similar role in a school based environment. This MUST be evidenced in your CV. 

The school 

This is a two form entry Primary school and is located approximately 15 minutes from the Leeds City centre with excellent and reliable public transport routes to and from the school from the Leeds City centre. The school is an Ofsted 'IMPROVING' school as of last year and are on their way to achieve GOOD with OUTSTANDING over the next 24-48 months. The school pride themselves on their strong and long standing staff base and their 'ALWAYS IMPROVING' attitude to teaching and learning. 

Teaching Personnel

Teaching Personnel exclusively offer CPD and key skill courses to our candidates at Leeds Trinity University in order for candidates to up skill their professional skills within the primary teaching sector. To name a few Leeds Trinity offer; Literacy and Mathematical Development across the Curriculum, Planning and questioning for progression, Early Reading and Phonics, Teaching for Learning, Differentiation and Effective Behaviour management!

If any of the key requirements match your skill set and personality we would be delighted to hear from you!

  • Candidates must be available full-time and school hours from 8/830 - 330/4
  • Candidates must have a positive attitude and have the required behaviour support experience with primary school aged children
  • Candidates need to be confident when working with children with behavioural issues and abilities. This includes planning for differentiation and preparation for one-to-one support
  • Candidates need to be open to trial days and must be punctual at all times
  • Candidates need to show responsibility for their own learning as well as personal and professional development through experience, qualifications and additional training
  • Candidates must be able to work as a team and individually and must be proactive when supporting and teaching pupils
  • Candidate must have the Team Teach qualification (or equivalent) or, be open to completing the training through Teaching Personnel in February half-term

If you are interested in this Behaviour and Inclusion support position please don’t hesitate to get in contact Charley at the Leeds Primary Branch on the contact details below. 


All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later

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