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SEN Teaching Assistant - Ealing

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Do you have experience working in a special school or as an SEN teaching assistant?

Work with children diagnosed with autism, learning and speech difficulties and help them reach their full potential!

Working as a SEN teaching assistant with autism is a rewarding, challenging and creative role where you are able to build positive relationships while being a vital part of a child’s development and independence.

With full-time positions starting immediately in Ealing we are looking for experienced staff who have a background supporting autism either in a special school, SEN/Alternative provision or in an SEN environment.

The role is in a primary class Monday to Friday working closely with children 1:1 and in small groups with autism and associated learning needs.  All children at the school are diagnosed with special needs and some may be non-verbal with speech and language difficulties or display challenging behaviours. Due to this the school are looking for experienced staff with additional training provided.

Having an interest in longer term positions and career development is vital as permanent opportunities will be available.  

If you have what it takes and are looking for an opportunity to kick start or develop your career we want to hear from you!

Why work at this school?

  • Outstanding School rated by Ofsted 2018
  • Permanent job opportunities  available within the school including a teaching training programme
  • Friendly and approachable staff and senior leadership
  • Regular training provided in areas such as Makaton, visual resources and behaviour management
  • Collaborative work with in-house specialist teams where you can share best practice
  • Small classes of up to 8 children focusing on learning, physical and social development through play, therapy and activities

Apply by sending your CV TODAY to this immediate role in Ealing.  

Due to the high volume of applicants only successful applicants will be called to attend an initial interview with Rachel prior to visiting the school for an induction.

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.

Teaching Personnel is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. All candidates must undertake or have undertaken a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check. Full assistance provided.

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