SEN Teaching Assistant

Posted 27 June 2024
Salary Negotiable
LocationSouth East London
Job type Contract
Discipline Primary Education
Contact NameAnelka Campbell

Job description

SEN Teaching Assistant|Bermondsey|Primary School|Septemeber 2024

Join Remedy Education as a SEN Teaching Assistant at an Exceptional SEN Primary School in Bermondsey!

Job Title: SEN Teaching Assistant

Location: Bermondsey, Southwark

Salary: £95 - £105 per day

Start Date: September 2024

Contract Type: Long Term

Working Hours: 08:30 am to 03:45 pm (Flexible)

Do you have an unwavering passion for making a difference in the lives of young learners?

Are you dedicated to supporting students with special educational needs?

An Outstanding SEN Primary School in Enfield is eagerly looking for enthusiastic and compassionate SEN Teaching Assistants to join there vibrant and inclusive community.

About The School

At this SEN Primary School, they are committed to creating a nurturing and supportive learning environment where every child can thrive. They celebrate diversity and recognize each student's unique potential, ensuring they receive the high-quality education and support they deserve, especially those with special educational needs.

Key Responsibilities

As a SEN Teaching Assistant, you will:

  • Individualized Support: Provide one-on-one and small group assistance to students with SEN.
  • IEP Development: Assist in the creation and implementation of Individual Education Plans (IEPs).
  • Inclusive Environment: Collaborate with teachers and staff to foster an inclusive classroom atmosphere.
  • Holistic Development: Support students in developing social, emotional, and academic skills.
  • Progress Monitoring: Track student progress, offering feedback to teachers and parents.
  • Classroom Management: Aid in maintaining a positive and orderly classroom environment.

Benefits of Joining this SEN Primary School in Bermondsey:

  • Potential for Permanent Contract: Secure a long-term role with the possibility of a permanent position.
  • Supportive Community: Be part of a friendly and welcoming team.
  • Professional Growth: Access opportunities for professional development and career advancement.
  • Resource Access: Utilize a wealth of training and resources to enhance your skills.


  • Experience: Previous experience working with children with SEN is highly desirable.
  • Empathy and Patience: A caring and empathetic approach to student support.
  • Communication Skills: Strong communication and teamwork abilities.
  • Commitment: Dedication to fostering an inclusive learning environment.
  • Qualifications: Relevant qualifications or training in special education are a plus.

If you are intested in this SEN Primary School Teaching Assistant post please click "Apply" or contact Anelka Campbell at Remedy Education.