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SEMH Teaching Assistant

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Secondary SEN Teaching Assistant Required

  • High quality teaching, social and health care facilities
  • Be part of a dedicated specialist team
  • Supportive and rewarding working environment

I am currently working closely with an SEN school in the North West Kent location that are looking for Teaching Assistants for both long-term (perm) positions and short-term supply. An SEMH/ASC school, the school boasts extensive grounds with excellent facilities.

Looking for behavioural support specialists for long-term contracts supporting with Secondary aged children. You will be working in small classes of approximately 5 to 7 pupils including 1:1. In addition to classroom support TA’s will also be required to work off site at colleges across North West Kent with key stage 5 pupils across a wide variety of subjects as well as providing support to KS3 and 4 on site so a willingness to work with older year groups is essential.

Due to the nature of the school lots of the students are from a care background and need someone who is going to show a lot of enthusiasm and be willing to get involved as part of a team.

If you have experience or feel confident in at least 2 of the following please get in touch:

•Youth Offending Services

•Criminology, Psychology, Music Degree

•Sports coaching qualification or background

•Team Teach/SKIP, CPI, MAPA Physical Intervention Training

•Experience supporting challenging behaviour within an out of school setting

•Emotionally Robust

Relevant qualifications and experience will be highly beneficial, yet it will be your ability to build relationships and increase pupils attainment and sense of worth that will make you a success. Due to the rural location along with the possibility of supporting pupils offsite own transport is essential.

Please e-mail your CV along with a cover letter to sam.crisp@teachingpersonnel.com or contact Sam Crisp on 01622 920702
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