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Behaviour mentor and SEN teaching assistant - Feltham - January start - full time 

Are you experienced working with students with challenging behaviour? Have you worked with students with special educational needs? Looking to gain experience working with a number of different students? 

At Teaching Personnel we are currently recruiting for a full time behaviour mentor and SEN teaching assistant within a school based in Feltham.

The role?

The full time role will involve working within their year 3 and 4 classes, providing support to a student with special educational needs - a combination of autism and challenging behaviour. Alongside this you will provide one to one behaviour support to a student within their year 4 class. Your day will be split across the two classes, providing support within their year 3 setting in the morning and year 4 in the afternoon. You will need to be flexible to the students needs, working alongside the class teacher to provide tailored support around their needs. 

As part of a specialist role you will be working with the class teacher to plan and prepare activities for the students you will be supporting. The hours will primarily be 8:30 to 4pm, accounting for preparation and feedback time with the class teacher. 

The school?

As a large four form entry school they are looking for a strong teaching assistant to get stuck in to their school community. It will involve working closely with the deputy head and other members of SLT to provide a high quality of care to all students. Within the past year they have seen the school undergo changes internally and structurally, seeing the amulgamation of the schools. With a new school dynamic and setting they have focused on creating a close knit school setting that was carried between both junior and infant schools. With a new school building they have advanced resources for all students, including a new building and sports facilities. 

The school is located in Feltham, Hounslow - connected by multiple train and bus services. It is located a 15 minute walk from Feltham station. 

Ideal candidate?

- Experienced supporting students with challenging behaviour

- Able to produce lesson activities and daily plans to ensure development with particular students

- Confident dealing with students with special educational needs, primarily autism

- Flexible to work across different classes and accomodate to the daily changes with the students 

 

If you are interested in this role please call Holly on 0208 616 9893 or email your CV to holly.spackman@teachingpersonnel.com

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. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later

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