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SEN General Teaching Assistant

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SEN Teaching Assistant – North London, Barnet

  • Starting ASAP, ongoing long term agreement
  • Supportive primary school with outstanding leadership
  • £60-£65 food and travel expenses

Are you looking for a fantastic career opportunity this year as a full time SEN Teaching Assistant?

An ambitious primary school in North London, Barnet has begun the search for a capable graduate to join the team as a SEN Teaching Assistant. If you are an aspiring SEN Teacher, Psychologist or Therapist and wish to take on a full time SEN Teaching Assistant position to gain the experience needed before doing so then apply today and begin your journey!

- North London, Barnet– excellent transport links and regular bus services

- Starting ASAP, ongoing long term agreement

- £60-£65 food and travel expenses

- Supportive primary school with outstanding leadership

- Regular bus service and on-site parking for drivers

- Accredited CPD available for graduates – free of charge

Person Specification - SEN Teaching Assistant – North London, Barnet

This role would suit an ambitious and adept graduate who possesses a knack for developing relationships with not only children but adults too.

The school are hoping for a graduate who is able to gently encourage their students to work hard through positive reinforcement and advice, particularly those with SEN as they will require a different type of support to mainstream students.

About the Role - SEN Teaching Assistant – North London, Barnet

You will be a graduate SEN Teaching Assistant who can allow your nurturing personality to shine through by offering ongoing support to your students on a 1:1 or small group basis. You may be required to support in class or through withdrawal sessions.

The School - SEN Teaching Assistant – North London, Mill Hill

The SEN Teaching Assistant will become part of an ofsted rated ‘OUTSTANDING’ school located in Barnet. They provide a friendly and caring environment in which children feel valued and secure. The curriculum is rich, broad and challenging to bring out every child's unique talents.

Please send your CV to Nicholas.stanley@teachingpersonnel.com
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