SEN Teaching Assistant

Posted 10 July 2024
Salary £12 - £15 per hour
Job type Contract
Discipline Special Education Needs
Contact NameSiann Williams

Job description

SEN Teaching Assistant | Enfield, North London | ASAP Start

Are you passionate about making a real difference in the lives of children with ASD and SEMH needs? Are you seeking an exciting opportunity to utilise your previous experience and expertise as an SEN Teaching Assistant? Look no further! We have the perfect role for you starting ASAP!

Join a dynamic and inclusive educational community as an SEN Teaching Assistant, where you will play a vital role in supporting and empowering students with ASD and SEMH needs. This position offers a unique chance to work with a diverse range of students, build meaningful relationships, and contribute to their personal growth and academic success.

Key Responsibilities for an SEN Teaching Assistant:

  • Provide individualised support to students with ASD and SEMH needs, promoting their well-being and encouraging positive behaviour.
  • Collaborate closely with the class teacher and other professionals to develop tailored educational plans that meet the specific needs of each student.
  • Assist in implementing effective teaching strategies and interventions to enhance the learning experience for students with SEN.
  • Foster a nurturing and inclusive classroom environment, creating a safe space where students can thrive and reach their full potential.
  • Monitor and assess student progress, maintaining accurate records and communicating effectively with parents, guardians, and other stakeholders.

Requirements of an SEN Teaching Assistant:

  • Previous experience working as an SEN Teaching Assistant, ideally with a focus on ASD and SEMH.
  • A genuine passion for supporting children with SEN, demonstrating empathy, patience, and understanding.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, enabling you to build strong relationships with students, colleagues, and parents.
  • Knowledge of effective SEN teaching strategies and interventions, as well as a commitment to continuous professional development.
  • Relevant qualifications and certifications in SEN support are desirable but not essential.

Why Choose Them:

  • A supportive and inclusive school community that values the unique contributions of each individual.
  • Ongoing professional development opportunities to enhance your skills and knowledge in the field of SEN education.
  • A chance to work alongside a dedicated team of experienced professionals, as an SEN Teaching Assistant, who are committed to making a positive impact on students' lives.

If you are interested in being an SEN Teaching Assistant, contact Siann at Remedy Education.