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Autism Support Salford Primary

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Job description

Autism Specialist Teaching Assistant required for large Primary Academy, Salford, M5 - Key Stage 1

ASC support work within Salford Primary School, M5

Supporting behaviour and communication within Key Stage 1

Phonics and behaviour support experience ideally

Due to the ever changing needs of this school, Teaching Personnel are working closely with a large, 2 form and growing primary academy with state of the art facilities in the Salford area. This primary school are looking to recruit a 121 ASC support worker to work with a number of children on a 1:1 and small group basis in Key Stage 1.

This role requires someone who has experience of working with children with ASC, whether it's on the verbal or non verbal spectrum. A school looking to become a good and outstanding school in the future, this is a great place to work, with a friendly environment and a hard-working ethic. This is a great opportunity and one which could lead to a school's permanent contract. You would be working closely with the school SENCO to help aid learning in school as much as possible.

The Role:

  • Year 1 Boy with ASC - Challenging Behaviours, non verbal, communication issues.
  • Year 2 Girl - Complex ASC needs, non-verbal, repetitive, visual learner.
  • Working closely with the SENCO and inclusion lead.
  • Supporting learning in class and outside of the classroom in key stage 1.
  • Support with access to the key stage 1 SATS.

Key Skills:

  • Experience of working with Autism.
  • Children or young adults with Autism.
  • Youth work or Social Work Graduates.
  • Patience and calmness in stressful situations.

If you are a team player, can get stuck in and use your initiative - this is a fantastic opportunity for you to utilise these skills in a way where you can make a real difference. This is a great school with fantastic facilities and plenty to offer. The opportunities for CPD are outstanding and this truly is a great place to work for the right person.

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

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