Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant role available
- Potential full time role
- Fantastic career progression
- Great CPD opportunities
To be considered for this Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant role you must be a nurturing Psychology Graduate who has at least received a 2:1 in your degree and practice working with SEN children.
All their pupils have statements of special educational needs and the majority of pupils have additional special educational needs such as autistic spectrum conditions. Small class sizes of no more than 8 are supported by experienced Teachers and SEN Teaching Assistants.
About the Role of Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant - Psychology Graduate:
As a Psychology Graduate working in an SEN Teaching Assistant role, you will have the exciting responsibility of supporting children with Special Educational Needs, not only making an invaluable contribution to their education, but furthering your own portfolio as well. Duties as an SEN Teaching Assistant include providing support and assistance, not only in class, but for the school's array of during and after school clubs and societies. Within the role of Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant you shall be given the opportunity to, support small groups of SEN children to ensure they are given every opportunity to excel.
This school is found in the heart of Berkshire and is easily accessible and has a car park for an SEN Teaching Assistant who wishes to drive to school. The school is well-led and has a strong leadership team. This Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant role is a chance to really make a difference.
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If you believe you have some of the above qualities please call Zoe on 01189 071 532 or email firstname.lastname@example.org