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SEN Support Assistant

Job description

A client school in Manchester (M14) are seeking a full time Teaching Assistant to join their SEN Support team on a full time basis after October half term. The head teacher and governors at the school are looking for a Teaching Assistant who has a compassionate attitude towards supporting learning and has recent and relevant experience supporting children with similar needs.

The successful applicant will support a child in Year 1 with severe ASC. The child frequently displays challenging behaviour so need a strong teaching assistant who is able to adjust and implement strong behaviour management strategies. The successful candidate will receive continual support from the schools SENCO and will be expected to report back the class teacher and the children's parents on progress made.

This is a full time Teaching Assistant position which will start after October half term.

  • Full time Teaching Assistant position
  • Experience supporting children with SEN essential
  • Recent and relevant experience working in KS1
  • Compassionate/flexible attitude desirable

The role is to work in a state of the art, 3 form entry primary school in the Heart of Manchester. The school is dedicated to ensuring that 'every child's achieves their best' whilst creating a happy and supporting working environment for all.

The school are looking to short list for this SEN Support position ASAP. If you fit the above criteria and are looking for your next Teaching Assistant opportunity then you are encouraged to get in touch ASAP for immediate consideration.

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