1-1 Graduate Teaching Assistant/Learning Support Assistant – Secondary – Learning and Behaviour

Category: | Reference: ITEACH-3208
Location: UK
Job Type: Contract
Salary Paid £60-£65 per day

1:1 Graduate Teaching Assistant/Learning Support Assistant – Secondary – Learning and Behaviour

This fabulous Central Birmingham Secondary School are looking to appoint an enthusiastic and creative graduate to join their SEN team and support a Year 8 child who has learning and behaviour needs.

This is a crucial role whereby you will be supporting the SEN team to deliver learning and behaviour interventions for a Year 8 pupil you will be supporting daily. This is a vital role and is open to either a Psychology Graduate with theoretical and volunteer experience working with vulnerable children or young people or a top graduate who has a similar experience and desire to work in a SEN role for the academic year.

1:1 Teaching Assistant/Learning Support Assistant – Graduate Role

  • Paid £300 – £350 per week
  • Supporting 1:1 with academic, personal and social development
  • Long-term role in the same school
  • Ideal for a recent Psychology graduate
  • Previous SEN knowledge essential
  • Central Birmingham Secondary School
  • Experience working with young people or children with additional needs extremely desirable
  • Enhanced DBS on Update Service an advantage
  • Ideal for Psychology graduate with theoretical experience or

Have you always dreamed of one day becoming an educational psychologist or teacher, but realise you need school-based experience before getting on to this amazing course?

This Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant role is ideal for those with the career ambition to work within education either in teaching or educational psychology. You will be paid £60 – £65 per day and will have plenty of room to progress in this role. The SENCO in this school is highly driven and has previous experience mentoring members of her SEN to become qualified, experienced and knowledgeable members of the team.

The role is at an inclusive centrally based Secondary School in Birmingham and you will be supporting a Year 8 pupil who has cognitive learning difficulties and faces a number of barriers to learning. The school has an excellent training record, this year providing training to SEN graduate on speech and language intervention and autism awareness, amongst other training courses.

Part of your role will be to lead therapeutic interventions to improve behaviour and progress on a 1:1 and small group basis to encourage personal, social and academic development.

No two days will be the same and this role is extremely rewarding for someone who is willing to hit the ground running and has the resilience and empathy to make a difference in this role.

To apply for this SEN Graduate Teaching Assistant, you must have a desire and passion to work within education, ideally but not essentially, with experience working with young people.

If you would like to be automatically considered for this opportunity then do not delay your application – send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers – interviews are being arranged this week!

Commutable areas: Birmingham, Coventry, Solihull, Walsall, Wolverhampton, Sandwell, Dudley

Graduate, Teaching Assistant, Education, Teacher Training, Learning Mentor, 1:1, SEN, Psychology, Psychology Graduate, Speech and Language, Learning Support Assistant

Posted On: 20/11/2018
Recruiter: i-teachers

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