£70 - £80 per day
11 months ago
SEN Teaching Assistant - Autism specialist required - Greenwich
The SENDCo and Deputy Head Teacher at a phenomenal school in the London borough of Greenwich are recruiting for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join their team this September. The school has been recognised for having outstanding leadership, outstanding teaching and learning and achieved the highest possible accolade for the children's personal development.
If successful, you will become a full time SEN Teaching Assistant within this fantastic Greenwich based Primary School. You will join a brilliant team, where you will be tasked with supporting a Year 1 boy with Autism on a 1:1 basis. This is a fantastic opportunity to gain invaluable classroom-based experience for a full academic year as a SEN Teaching Assistant. This is an ideal position for a Psychology graduate with some experience with SEN children, particularly Autism.
If you are a positive and enthusiastic graduate, confident in dealing with the day to day challenges of supporting a child with Autism, please contact me today!
PERSON - SEN TEACHING ASSISTANT:
- Must hold a degree - 2:1 or above
- A genuine interest in SEN / Special Needs and more specifically Autism (ASD)
- Perfect for Psychology graduates
- Personable and positive
- Resilient and dynamic
JOB - SEN TEACHING ASSISTANT:
- Supporting a child in Year 1 - KS1
- Helping the child to engage with the curriculum, developing both academic and emotional skills
- 1:1 Support
- Full time - term time
- £70 - £85 per day
- Full academic year
SCHOOL & TRAVEL - SEN TEACHING ASSISTANT:
- Tight knit support team in place
- Successful school with a 'Outstanding' grading by Ofsted
- Incredible SLT
- Second to none CPD opportunities
If you are actively seeking a long term SEN Teaching Assistant opportunity, then please do get in touch and apply today.
If you are shortlisted, Carly at Remedy Education will be in touch within 48hrs of your application.
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