SEN Teaching Assistant (TA) - Primary School- Ealing

Recruiter
Academics Ltd
Location
City,London,United Kingdom
Salary
£70 - £90 Per Year
Posted
23 Nov 2022 15:08
Closes
21 Dec 2022 23:59
Reference
1801826387
Sector
Academy
Job Level
Learner Support / Teaching Assistant
Contract Type
Fixed Term
Hours
Full Time

SEN Teaching Assistant (TA) - Primary School- Ealing

SEN Teaching Assistant (TA) - Primary School- Ealing Are you looking for a fulfilling teaching assistant role where you can work closely with SEN children and help them reach their full potential? Do you hold a level 3 TA qualification and have a genuine passion for working with primary-aged children? Academics are working with a fantastic and friendly primary school in Ealing that are seeking an enthusiastic and compassionate SEN teaching assistant to join them immediately and/or in January 2023. If you have experience working with SEN children or are a Teaching Assistant eager to work closely with children to support their specific additional needs, then this is the ideal role for you! The Role: SEN Teaching Assistant Primary School Ealing £70-£90 per day PAYE Full-time (Monday - Friday) Immediate or January startThis ambitious and welcoming Primary School provides an excellent support network that are keen to help develop your skills. The Primary aims to deliver a curriculum which nurtures children's personal and academic abilities, guaranteeing children develop into confident, resilient, and compassionate individuals. This inclusive and cooperative school is committed to providing equal access and opportunities to all children to ensure they achieve. Therefore suitably adjust and personalize teaching to best support SEN children and nurture their learning development. The ideal candidate will be responsible for productively delivering support for SEN and ASD children, as well as being adaptable and dynamic when tailoring to the specific needs of various children. The candidate must work alongside the class Teacher's and Parent's to closely track children's progression and achievements. Therefore, you will be an enthusiastic, committed, and compassionate individual, eager to understand and accommodate to children's additional needs. The Candidate: Minimum of level 3 TA or degree required. Must be resilient and patient, delivering emotional and mental support for SEN/ASD children. Exceptional behaviour management skills. Communicate effectively with children, ensuring clarity and understanding. Respond adequately and adapt efficiently to children's various life experiences and specific needs Working across all primary key stages Experience working with ASD and SEN students (not essential) Valid DBS (willing to get one) Eligibility to work in the UKThis role may be challenging and demanding, but if you are passionate about intending students receive adequate support and are provided equal opportunities, then this is the position for you! If you are interested in this position and feel as though you meet the criteria, please apply now. Send your updated CV to Natasha via email, (url removed) ASAP