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SEN Teaching Assistant

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Are you a SEN TA seeking a new position in September?

There is currently a vacancy for a passionate SEN teaching assistant for at a very successful, inclusive, vibrant, Rochdale school where all of the community are valued and all achievements are celebrated. Working alongside the SEN department supporting pupils with a wide variety of additional needs and assisting them in reaching the curriculum.

Working as an SEN Teaching Assistant is a very important and rewarding role where every day will offer you different challenges, due to this patience and dedication is a must. You will be required to support each pupils individual need and use your initiative to assist in their development, reporting on progress weekly.

Duties of an SEN Teaching Assistant include:

  • Supporting pupils on their individual needs, whether these are educational, emotional, physical or behaviour related.
  • Help boost self esteem and drive them to reach their individual targets
  • Build rapport with pupils, staff and parents.
  • Support the SEN department, delivering individual plans for pupils and reporting on progress weekly
  • Being confident and able to work with a wide variety of SEN

Our client school is a very successful large mixed school In Rochdale where all of the community are valued and all achievements are celebrated. Being an international school and a centre of excellence for languages in Greater Manchester. It has an enviable and growing reputation, both locally and nationally, as a high achieving school. the school is a short distance from Rochdale infirmary and close to major transport links from the city centre, including Rochdale railway station and Rochdale interchange.

If you are an SEN Teaching Assistant, or have similar transferable experience and would like to apply for this position or have any further questions then get in contact with Jack at the Manchester North Secondary branch of Teaching Personnel today. Alternatively please reply to this email with an up to date copy of your CV and a cover letter to be considered for this role or to request a call back for further information.

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

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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