Graduate SEN Learning Mentor
|Location:||Brent, London (North) NW10 UK|
|Salary||£350 to £450 per Week|
Are you a Psychology graduate who is now considering a career in education as a SEN Teaching Assistant?
Do you have a passion to support young learners who face additional barriers to learning due to their special educational needs?
Perhaps you are a confident, pro-active psychology graduate who wants to gain experience working in a school before embarking on an educational or clinical psychology course in the future?
- 1:1 SEN support
- Paid £70-£90 per day
- Starting ASAP – interviews ASAP!
- Role for the rest of the academic year
- Lovely primary school
- Based in Brent, North London
- Supporting children with ASD
- Shortlisting is ongoing!
Located in a two-form entry primary school close in the Brent area of North London and well-connected to local public transport links, this school is easily accessible by a number of bus and train routes. The ideal candidate should be confident and considerate, potentially with experience working with young people and SEN learners. Previous experience is not essential, but a drive and passion to support SEN learners definitely is!
You will be given training and support to have the right tools to support the pupils who have autism and sometimes struggles to focus within lessons. At times your role in school will include taking the child to the fantastic sensory room which is within this school in order to allow the child to remain calm and happy. For the majority of the time you will be supporting the child within mainstream classes, however on occasion you will be required to support the child on a 1:1 basis outside of the classroom within interventions including some speech and language therapy. For this area you will be given support and training by the school’s lovely SENCO.
If you are an aspiring educational psychologist this role will provide you with excellent and varied experience at a competitive rate of pay. You will be in the same school for the academic year, allowing you to build good rapport with staff and students as well as allowing the pupils to see a consistent role model throughout the year.
To apply for this Psychology Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant role send your CV today to Andrew at i-teachers as interviews will be arranged on a first come first served basis. If this role is not in the ideal location for you do not hesitate to get in touch as we may have roles closer to home!