SEN Teaching Assistant required in Bootle
- Up to £60 per day depending upon experience
- Excellent opportunity to work alongside the SENCO
- Permanent job prospects if temporary placement is successful
Teaching Personnel is delighted to announce their Catholic Schools Recruitment Partnership with Liverpool Archdiocese. The Archdiocese has a network of 227 schools and colleges across 8 local education authorities. Many of these schools have forged strong links with Teaching Personnel and use our services and candidates as part of their recruitment process.
Did you know…….At age 11, Catholic schools outperform the national average English and Maths SATs scores by 6%
Here at Teaching Personnel we have had a request for a Teaching Assistant to work one to one with a pupil in reception with Autism. The child has behavioural issues and needs some extra one to one support to ensure he makes the correct progress through school.
The school is located in Bootle, Sefton and is rated as ‘Good’ by Ofsted. The Ofsted states that “An increasing proportion of disabled pupils and those with special educational needs are making better than expected progress. This is because of the school’s ability to quickly identify pupils who are at risk of falling behind and the impact of the many support programmes for these pupils, which includes intensive teaching to support accelerated learning every day”. This is a brilliant chance to gain additional experience within a mainstream environment working closely with the pupil, teachers and the SENCO.
The Headteacher believes that the pupils need someone who can build up a positive relationship inside and outside of the classroom. The pupil is extremely low ability and can be quite disruptive but believe that someone who is calming can make a huge difference in the child’s learning experience.
If you would be interested in a long term placement of this sort and would like further information then please contact Jack in the Liverpool Primary branch on 0151 285 3924 or firstname.lastname@example.org