EBD Teaching Assistant
Are you a graduate looking to gain further school experience before seeking a career in education?
Would you like to work as a Teaching Assistant combining working 1:1 with a pupil with EBD and be a big part of the school’s community?
Join this vibrant primary school in West London and accelerate the academic and social development of pupils as you become an EBD Teaching Assistant
***EBD Teaching Assistant at a well-facilitated primary school in West London
***Great experience for a prospective Teacher
***Teaching Assistant role with lots of support
***Role available September 2017
***Long Term, Full-Time post
***£60-£65 per day
The school are looking for a talented graduate to undertake a very rewarding role that will be fantastic experience for a future PGCE application. You must be a passionate graduate who has previous experience supporting children. We want to meet EBD Teaching Assistants who can efficiently deal with any obstacles to learning and adapt to new situations with greater levels of responsibility. The chosen EBD Teaching Assistant must possess a true consideration for the welfare of pupils and incomparable relationship building skills. The school are hoping for an EBD Teaching Assistant who is able to easily explain complex ideas coherently.
In this EBD Teaching Assistant role, will be supporting the development a specific pupil who has EBD requirements. Your responsibilities will include developing vital teaching skills under the tutelage of a progressive SENCO, who plays an active role in the development of every member of their team. The SENCO at this school is an outstanding practitioner and you will learn a great deal from them that can shape your future teaching career.
This school is a growing primary found in Ealing and is easily accessible via public transport and car. It is recognised as the most popular in the area and boasts leading facilities. Teaching pupils about respect and tolerance from early on, this school welcomes pupils from all backgrounds and has a high number of pupils with SEN and EAL.
Click ‘Apply’ and send your CV to Richard Pentecost to be considered for this EBD Teaching Assistant position.