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Arts teaching assistant (autism) - Southall and Acton sites

Job description

Are you an arts graduate or interested in helping children with autism learn through music, art, drama and dance?

We have an innovative and progressive role starting immediately or in September 2019 in an 'outstanding' school with sites in Southall and Acton eager to have energetic arts graduates supporting their pupils aged 4 to 22 years old.

A job at this school is both a fulfilling, inspiring and motivating experience where you are able to make a real difference in a child's learning, social skills, communication and independence through the power of arts and determination!

Join an established school of 50 years with sites for Primary, Secondary and further education across Ealing in Southall and Acton by sending your CV today to be shortlisted to trial/interview at the school!

  • Primary and Secondary site based in Southall
  • College (further education - 19 to 22) site based in Acton

With both an Ofsted and Autism accreditation of 'Outstanding' the school is well-known for its dedication to ensuring children and learners with autism achieve their full potential and innovation by creating opportunities for them to flourish in their community.

The school offers early years, primary, secondary and sixth form education, to young people on the autism spectrum. Experience working with autism, learning difficulties, mental health, residential care, support work, PRUs or alternative learning provisions would be ideal due to the needs of the pupils.

However, exceptional autism training courses are provided to committed staff in autism specific support from the National Autistic Society.

Why you should work at this school:

  • 50 years of exceptional support teaching and caring for children on the autism spectrum since 1965
  • Ofsted Education: Outstanding
  • Autism Accreditation: Outstanding
  • Exceptional training provided by NAS to committed staff with permanent job offers based on individual merit/feedback
  • EYFS, primary, secondary, sixth form & 19-22
  • Ages 4 to 22 Girls and boys
  • A maximum of eight students in a class. Classes are matched in terms of peer relationships and ability.
  • On-site school psychologist, behaviour coordinators, speech and language therapist, occupational therapist who work collaboratively with all staff

To be considered send your CV today!

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see teachingpersonnel.com/faqs for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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