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Special Needs Teaching Assistant required in Harrogate

Job description

To apply for this SEN Teaching Assistant role in Harrogate essential that you have the following:

  • Graduate with 2:2 and above
  • Non- graduates - paid/voluntary or personal previous experience working with SEN students
  • Good academic history GCSE's/A Levels or equivalent
  • Passionate & sincere about helping students Special Educational Needs
  • Displaying good knowledge of EBD
  • Being able to travel to Harrogate

Do any of the below attributes apply to you???

***Are you someone with experience of working with children with ASD in a mainstream or special school?

***Do you have experience working particularly with children working at P levels/low cognitive ability?

***Are you interested in becoming a SEN Teaching Assistant?

***Do you have knowledge of TEEACH strategies and speech and language interventions?

***Do you have voluntary experience or personal experience with ASD children?

***Why do you feel that this SEN Teaching Assistant role in Harrogate is for you?

The SEN Teaching Assistant Role:

  • To liaise with subject staff and pastoral staff
  • Working 1:1 or group work with a children with EBD/SEMH
  • Writing reports on the child's attainment
  • Be able to travel to Harrogate
  • Empathetic with parents and understanding their situation
  • Creating strong relationships with staff and students
  • Using your learned skills through your course in a real life situation
  • Daily pay rate £70-£75 (dependent on experience)

Contact details and how to apply

If you are interested in the upcoming SEN Teaching Assistant Position and would like to hear more about our Guaranteed Work Scheme please contact Mutale at the Leeds Primary branch on the details below or alternatively register online at- https://www.teachingpersonnel.com/leeds-primary-branch

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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