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SEN Teaching Assistant

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Job description

Fed up with class teaching but still want to make an impact to pupil's outcomes?

Are you frustrated with class teaching; the paperwork involved and managing behaviour rather than delivering quality teaching?

Have you considered becoming a one to one tutor?

Teaching Personnel could have the solution for you, where you will rekindle your love for teaching and where you will see the results and rewards!

We work with primary and secondary schools, and with various county councils to provide one to one tuition for the following:

  • Looked After Children who require additional tuition
  • Excluded pupils who need off site tuition
  • Pupils without a school place who need tuition until they are placed in a school
  • Booster sessions for English, Maths and Science for GCSE exams
  • Year 7 catch up tuition in Literacy and Numeracy
  • Tuition for pupils unable to attend school for medical reasons

Depending on experience and qualifications, we pay between £15 and £25 per hour, and are able to accept non-qualified teachers who have had experience providing one to one academic support or unqualified teaching.

We are currently inundated with tuition requests, so whether you want to work full time or just a few hours a day, we will have tuition for you!

Are you trained in British Sign Language looking to use your experience to make a difference in a young person's life?

We are looking for Teaching Assistants that are confident and capable in using British Sign Language. A fantastic specialist school in Northamptonshire are looking to expand their team and are looking for both long term and short term specialists who can start immediately.

This setting is a specialist school, who educate pupils who are visually impaired, including those who are multi-disable visually impaired, deaf-blind and those with other complex needs. The staff team use a total communication approach combining lip-reading, use of residual hearing and sign supported English (SSE). Pupils with a range of hearing losses are helped to develop language skills, to make progress in their social and emotional development and to have confidence to learn.

The successful applicant will;

  • Hold BSL certification or have sign language experience as a bare minimum
  • Be confident supporting complex needs and willing to up-skill with training (provided on site) when required
  • Be resilient when facing emotional difficulties
  • Be passionate about making a difference in young people's life

If you are trained in BSL and are looking for a new exciting position making a difference in young people's life, please get in contact immediately and press apply! Alternatively please contact Harry at Teaching Personnel on 01604 521215.

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