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NG22 - Teaching Assistant

Job description

We are specifically working with a school in Nottinghamshire area of NG22, who are looking for a teaching assistant who is available ASAP. The support assistants will be required to work in small groups of 3-6 pupils. Each class includes one teacher and two support staff.

The School is a Day and Residential School for pupils aged between 9 and 17 years old. The School has been rated as Outstanding for OFSTED Care and GOOD for OFSTED Education, and caters for students with a variety of SEN, including ASC, ADHD and SEMH. The pupils are also required to complete GCSE's, however many will present with challenging behaviour, so we are looking for people who can deal with this calmly and professionally on a regular basis.

Do you have the following skills/qualifications?

  • Experience of being a LSA, TA, Behaviour Mentor or working in Youth/Care Work
  • Available full time or part time ASAP
  • Experience of working in a school or residential setting with children who have Special Educational Needs would be beneficial (experience working with Autism or Social, Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties are areas of particular interest)
  • Experience teaching a range of subjects using a versatile and creative approach (including, Maths, Science, English, D&T)
  • Calm and patient, nurturing personality
  • Experienced managing challenging behaviour calmly and with confidence
  • Confident to implement and follow Individual Education Plans and be willing to contribute to Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCP)
  • Team Teach training or other equivalent behaviour management training (desirable but NOT essential as the school will provide training)

If you think you have the relevant skillset for this role, please contact Kathryn on 0115 8456409.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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

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