1-1 SEN Teaching Assistant- Sandwell
|Salary||GBPUp to £325 per week|
1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant- Sandwell
Have you recently graduated with a 2:1 in Psychology graduate from a Russell Group university?
Do you have some with experience working with Special Educational Needs or an interest in furthering your experience, using initiatives such as PECS?
Perhaps you’ve considered a career in both teaching and psychology and want to gain some paid work experience that is relevant for both careers
If you think you have what it takes to be a SEN Teaching Assistant, we want to hear from you, please click ‘Apply’ to send your CV to Declan at i-teachers
1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant – Sandwell
- Paid up to £325 per week
- Russell Group Graduate
- 2:1 or above degree essential
- Assisting children with learning difficulties
- Perfect for aspiring an Educational Psychologist or Teacher
- 1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant
- Ideally experience working in SEN
- Working in both Key stage 1&2
- Welcoming Primary school
1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant- Person specification
For this role you should have obtained a 2:1 degree, ideally in Psychology from a Russell Group University. Furthermore, you should be a sympathetic person who is passionate about helping children with special needs. Although direct work experience isn’t essential, familiarity with key developmental disorders such as ADHD and an understanding how to best develop children with other needs such as non-verbal skills would be highly beneficial. Day-to-day you will be working closely with the SENCO to help implement strategies. This is perfect work experience for a graduate who is keen to pursue a career in either teaching or educational psychology
1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant- About the school
The amazing school associated with this position is located in Sandwell. The school is in a great location, with excellent transport links within a five minute walk and a large car park you will have no issues reaching the school. The school has a really close nit staff team and Head teacher, who all work harmoniously to ensure the best educational outcomes for the entire school. The school has a large focus on improving the education of children with Special needs by inventing new, creative strategies to make the learning of children with disabilities both fun and effective for both students and staff. This opportunity to develop key SEN initiatives such as using PECS would be an excellent first step to a successful career as an Educational Psychologist.
If you believe a SEN role is perfect for you please click ‘Apply’ to send your CV to Declan at i-teachers.