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Have you experience as a teaching assistant and want to gain experience within a SEN setting?

Have you a passion to help those who need it the most?

Are you a graduate and studying to become a teacher and need a flexible Teaching Assistant role?

A specialist school in Wheatley are currently looking for a teaching assistant to join them. The school caters for students with a range of Special Educational Needs including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Condition, Aspergers and Social, Emotional and Mental Health difficulties.

The school believe that they can help students maximise their potential through a nurturing and encouraging environment and are looking for individuals to join their team who will be able to work closely with communication difficulties and challenging behaviours.

The school can offer:

  • A passionate and supportive staff team
  • Innovative suggestions and techniques to deliver outstanding outcomes for pupils
  • A strong focus on personal development

You will be:

  • Committed to making a positive impact on children and young people's lives
  • Creative, caring and enthusiastic
  • Able to boost pupils' self-esteem and encourage acceptance from others
  • Experienced in working with children or in a care setting

The level of care and education for SEN pupils must go above and beyond so the school are most importantly looking for someone who will enable communication, physical, social and emotional development for each individual and really believe in the school's values and ethos.

To apply, please send your CV or call 0118 3271595 for further information - I look forward to hearing from you!

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