SEN Teaching Assistant

Posted 01 July 2024
Salary Negotiable
Job type Contract
Discipline Secondary Education
ReferenceSEN Teaching Assista_1719822839
Contact NameChloe Brown

Job description

Job title: SEN Teaching Assistant

Salary: £18 - £21 an hour

Hours: 37.5 hours per week

Contract type: Full-time

Location: Harrow/Neasden

Reporting to: Class teacher and Head teacher

Responsible for: (Areas of responsibilities will be decided on TA's skills and expertise)

Remedy Recruitment are currently working with one of the top home and education providers to children and young adults to help place the best type of candidates.

We are currently recruiting for SEN Teaching Assistants.


  • Planning and teaching lessons with small groups or 1:1
  • Teaching primary and secondary students varying from the age of 8 to 17 years olds with ADHD, ASD,
  • genetic disorder, unknown diagnosis and SEMH.
  • Help students develop confidence, independence and encourage them to learn.
  • Behaviour support, implementing behaviour management strategies and promoting positive behaviour,
  • fostering a nurturing and respectful classroom atmosphere.
  • Run practical activities using variety learning and teaching strategies.
  • Plan trips which help and develop skill I.e social skills , gross and motor skills .
  • Looking after the children's physical, social and emotional welfare
  • Teaching them everyday life skills such as basic cooking ,money management
  • Plan school trips and activities
  • Plan and prepare materials for weekly schedule tailored to their specific needs and learning goals.
  • Write up reports for each individual child
  • Plan straggles for each individual child's development
  • Write incident reports

Main purpose

The TA will:

  • Work with class teachers to raise the learning and attainment of pupils
  • Promote pupils' independence, self-esteem and social inclusion
  • Give support to pupils, individually or in groups, so they can access the curriculum, take part in learning and experience a sense of achievement
  • Support with planning, preparation and resourcing for lessons

Personal and professional conduct

  • Uphold public trust in the education profession and maintain high standards of ethics and behaviour, within and outside school
  • Have proper and professional regard for the ethos, policies and practices of the school, and maintain high standards of attendance and punctuality
  • Demonstrate positive attitudes, values and behaviours to develop and sustain effective relationships with the school community
  • Respect individual differences and cultural diversity