1-1 SEN Teaching Assistant
|Salary||GBPUp to £325 per week|
1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant- Wolverhampton
Are you a recent graduate that has experience working with children who have Special Educational needs?
Would you like a rewarding role where you can use initiatives to make a real difference to children’s lives?
Do you consider yourself to be a role model for pupils who need to build their self-esteem?
If you are passionate about SEN with a strong degree then we want to hear from you, please click ‘Apply’ below.
1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant – Wolverhampton
- 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- Wolverhampton- Person specification
For this role you should have obtained a 2:1 degree, ideally in Psychology from a Russell Group University. You will be working with one or two individuals who have Special Educational needs in order to assist the class teacher and SENCO in daily teaching. Furthermore, you should be a kind and considerate 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.
1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant- Wolverhampton- About the school
This warm and welcoming school is based in Wolverhampton, with excellent transport links and a large car park for commuters this school is easily accessible. The school provides a safe and caring environment and is highly regarded in the local area. The school also has a large number of extracurricular activities that you will be encouraged to get involved with, ranging from arts to sports. Furthermore, the school has a large presence in the local community and is often found hosting local charity.
If you would like to make a difference to Special Education and want to apply for this role please click ‘Apply’ to send your CV to Declan at i-teachers.