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Teaching Assistant - Enfield

Job description

An Outstanding Primary Special Needs School in Enfield are currently seeking an experienced teaching assistant to support KS1 students with autism. The school are looking for a passionate individual who is willing to support students with a statement of special educational needs and is looking to develop a career in education.

The school is supports students with autism, challenging behaviour and social emotional mental health needs. They are looking for an individual who has supported students on a 1:1 basis, additional training in team teach or outreach training would be of huge benefit for this position but is not a requirement as you can either do this training through Teaching Personnel or direct through the school.

About the school

  • Built in sensory room
  • Sound proofed room for music therapy
  • Purpose built SEN facilities
  • Onsite training and inductions
  • ICT Suite with PCs, touch screens and interactive white board

Job attributes:

  • Degree in Psychology/Sociology/PE/Drama
  • Voluntary work or placement supporting children or young people in a school/youth setting
  • Experience with autism and challenging behaviour
  • Provided 1:1 support and managed small groups of 3
  • Relevant training - Safeguarding, Team Teach, Autism Awareness

Benefits

  • Weekly pay through PAYE (Daily rate from £60-£75 depending on level of experience)
  • Support students in a multisite academy
  • Access to state of the art facilities and equipment to support students with special educational needs
  • Receive support from a warm and welcoming Senior Leadership Team
  • Encouraged to succeed and pursue a long lasting career in education
  • CPD Training offered - Safeguarding Level 2, Team Teach

If you are interested in this position and are passionate about working with students with a statement of special educational needs, contact Asllan on 0207 593 3078 or email with an up to date CV and Cover Letter.

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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