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SEN Teaching Assistant

The school knows that we can learn and achieve much more together than we can apart.

Teaching Personnel is working with an outstanding school based in Brighton that is recruiting for SEN Teaching Assistant support. The Vision Statement is stated below:

The Vision Statement:

  • A positive, dynamic school community
  • Provide personalised learning, enabling each child to feel proud
  • Encouraging the pupils to feel confident and valued for their achievements

The School:

The School is a maintained specialist school for pupils aged 4 -16 with either a moderate, severe or profound learning disability.

  All pupils attending the school have an EHCP.The needs of their pupils range from having Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD) , Physical Disabilities , Autism (ASC), Moderate (MLD) or Severe Learning Disabilities (SLD).Following the merger in September 2018 they are based across two sites. Since September 2019 the Upper Site is for Secondary pupils. There are 10 classes from Y7 - Y11 grouped both by year group and primary need.

 The Role:

You will be assisting pupils aged 4-16 with challenging behaviour with their studies. The Teaching Assistant will be paid GBP57 - GBP65 as a day rate depending on experience and qualification.

The Candidate:

The ideal candidate will have previous primary school experience as well as having experience working with children with challenging behaviour. The organisation model ensures that all students have the learning environment and approach to teaching and learning that will maximise their progress across all areas.

If this role applies to you, please contact Harry. Recruitment Consultant at the Brighton branch!


All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.

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