Graduate SEN TA / Teaching Assistant
Graduate SEN TA / Teaching Assistant – Ealing
Are you a graduate who has previous experience or a passion for working with children with Special Needs?
Are you keen to utilise your skills and knowledge to support the learning of primary school pupils?
A new opportunity for a patient Graduate SEN TA / Teaching Assistant at this much sought after primary school in Ealing has emerged!
*** Graduate SEN TA / Teaching Assistant at a supportive primary school in Ealing
*** Role available September 2017
*** Long Term, Full-Time post
*** £60-£70 per day
*** 2nd class degree or higher
*** Prior experience or a passion for working with SEN children essential
You will be an enthusiastic Graduate SEN TA / Teaching Assistant who has the motivation to want to help seen students reach their potentials. You will have a natural caring and supportive nature that will see the pupils under their care thrive. The school wants to meet a candidate who has the ability to become a role model and leader of students.
At this sociable school, as a Graduate SEN TA / Teaching Assistant you will be assisting with general support throughout the school and across the Key Stages. The successful Graduate SEN TA / Teaching Assistant will be working mainly 1:1 and with small intervention groups to assist learning and raise attainment. You will be supported directly by the SENCO, and will liaise with class teachers and parents to deliver effective provision to SEN pupils which aids their personal development.
This charming primary school, located in the borough of Ealing, is famed to the all-inclusive education it provides to its pupils. It expects all pupils, no matter their ability level, to make progress and as such is searching for a Graduate SEN TA / Teaching Assistant to assist in this process.
This Graduate SEN TA / Teaching Assistant role is a chance to really make a difference. Join this nurturing primary school in Ealing and start your rewarding career. Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Richard Pentecost at EduStaff.