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KS1 SEN teaching assistant - Hounslow

Job description

SEN teaching assistant - Hounslow - full time - September start - £60 to £75 per day

We are currently recruiting for a full time special educational needs teaching assistant to work closely with a number of students with a variety of abilities. You will be working within KS1 classes, across the board to accommodate for each student's needs.

The role?

This full time role will involve working across the KS1 classes, working one to one and in group settings. You will be working with students with autism, ADHD, global learning delay and challenging behaviour - so must adapt to each child's needs and ability. You will work closely with the students educational health care plan and their occupational therapist.

The school?

This one form entry school has created a community setting for all students and parents/carers. They have created this community based on a few core values, basing every activity inside and outside of teaching around proactively enforcing this.

  • We care for ourselves, for each other and for our environment
  • We treat each other as equals
  • We try our best and take pride in what we do
  • We keep ourselves safe, healthy and happy
  • We have good manners

Through teaching this they are creating confident, happy and socially well-adjusted students, actively contributing to society.

Ideal candidate?

  • Experienced special educational needs teaching assistant
  • Worked with a variety of needs, including autism and ADHD
  • Able to support students through their educational health care plans
  • Available for a full time role starting in September

The school is located a 12 minute walk from Chiswick station, connected by multiple train and bus services including the E3.

If you are interested in this role please send your CV or call Holly on 0208 616 9893.

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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