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Psychology graduate - Ealing

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Have you completed qualifications in Psychology and have an interest working with special education or mental health?

JOIN A DEDICATED AND SUPPORTIVE TEAM IN AN OUTSTANDING SCHOOL OFFERING LEARNING AND SOCIAL OPPORTUNITIES TO SOME OF THE MOST VULNERABLE CHILDREN IN EDUCATION.

We have an amazing opportunity in an outstanding primary, secondary and Post-16 college in Ealing offering life-changing learning opportunities to children with autism, learning difficulties and mental health needs. Make a real difference utilising your psychology degree by applying today!

We are looking for confident psychology graduates with experience or an interest working with special needs and mental health for an established and renowned organisation in West London. The organisation has been providing opportunities to young children and adults with autism, severe learning needs and mental health for 50 years with two sites based in Southall and Acton.

  • Primary and Secondary site based in Southall
  • College (further education - 19 to 22) site based in Acton

This graduate role is set to start in September 2019 for an academic year with opportunities to apply for permanent positions within the school.

This school is rated 'Outstanding' by both Ofsted and National Autistic Society and working at this school is a great opportunity for graduates looking to kick start their career in psychology, therapy or education. Being open to learning and working collaboratively is vital as highly accredited autism training courses are provided to committed staff from the National Autistic Society.

Experience working with autism, learning difficulties, mental health, residential care, support work, Pupil Referral Units or alternative learning provisions would be ideal due to the needs of the pupils.

Why you should work at this school:

  • 50 years of exceptional support teaching and caring for children on the autism spectrum since 1965
  • Ofsted and National Autistic Society (NAS) accredited: Outstanding
  • Training provided by NAS to committed staff in autism specific courses
  • EYFS, primary, secondary, sixth form & 19-22 provisions
  • A maximum of eight students in a class. Classes are matched in terms of peer relationships and ability.
  • On-site school psychologist, behaviour coordinators, speech and language therapist, occupational therapist who work collaboratively with all staff

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.

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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