1-1 SEN Teaching Assistant
|Salary||GBP£300-£400 per week|
1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant –Barnet
Do you have a passion for SEN and would like to gain paid work experience based in a school based setting?
Have you graduated with a Psychology related degree and are an aspiring Education Psychologist?
Would you like to work with an experienced inclusion leader who is passionate about nurturing graduates?
***1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant
***Inclusive Primary School located in Barnet, North London
***Earn up to £400 per week
***Fantastic experience for an aspiring Education Psychologist
***”Good” graded Primary School
***Visionary inclusion leader
***Full time, long term position starting ASAP
This SEN Teaching Assistant position will involve supporting a year 5 ASD pupils in class and in individual 1:1 sessions. It is important that you have had some experience of working with pupils on the autistic spectrum and understand the patience needed to provide good support.
The school have a specialist ASD provision on site which is staffed by 3 Primary ASD Teachers and 6 SEN Teaching Assistants, of which the successful applicant will be one. It is an experienced team so you will benefit from the vast SEN knowledge of the other staff to further your professional development.
The success of this provision has been wrought by hard work and the consistently high standard of teaching from key members of staff. The successful Teaching Assistant will have the benefits of being tutored by, and learning from, outstanding SEN staff throughout the year.
The school promote imaginative teaching and learning throughout the school in every phase and year group, and there are many examples of cross curricular lessons and learning strategies. This is also applied to the IEPs of the ASD pupils and the successful applicant will play a key part in their academic and pastoral development.
Use this Primary Teaching Assistant role to further your career by building experience in an ethnically diverse primary in Barnet by sending your CV and cover letter to Ryan at i-teachers.