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EYFS Teaching Assistant - Speech, Language and Communication

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Job description

Teaching Personnel are looking for English, Linguistics, Psychology or a Speech and Language graduate?

Do you have the knowledge to effectively support young pupils with communication difficulties?

The Primary School in the SE13 area require a Teaching Assistant to support several EYFS pupils with communication difficulties. The school would ideally like to appoint a recent graduate Teaching Assistant or an individual with a minimum of 6 months experience working with SEN, who has the ability to nurture those at EYFS level. The right individual will be able to support pupils in language and communication building as well understanding of the EYFS National curriculum.


  • English, Linguistics, Psychology or a Speech and Language Graduate
  • Ability to support pupils with communication and language issues
  • Experience working with children with SEN requirements
  • Phonics trained
  • An energetic and enthusiastic individual
  • Available full-time

School and Benefits

  • Competitive pay rate (£60 - £80)
  • 2-form entry school with 320 pupils
  • Rated 'Good' OFSTED 2017
  • Access to CPD training offered in school
  • Opportunity to work in a community that thrives on progression. Both from pupils and staff
  • Working with a team where transparency is implemented but all members of staff

The schools mission is to help pupils become independent, lifelong learners who are able to regulate and manage their own feelings and behaviour. This contemporary primary school is found in the Borough of Greenwich and is a brief walk from Blackheath station.

This position would be ideal for an aspiring Primary Teacher/Speech & Language Therapist

If the role is of interest to you, please call 02075933075 or email a copy of your CV to Abi at

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

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

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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