SEN Teaching Assistant - Speech and Language
- Full Time
SEN Teaching Assistant - Speech and Language - Clacton
Are you an aspiring Speech and Language Therapist who is keen to secure a SEN Learning Support role for September? Perhaps you are looking for a future career as a Qualified Speech Therapist or as an Educational Psychologist and want to gain some valuable classroom experience?
***Speech and Language Teaching Assistant role
***Fantastic stepping stone to a future career within SEN
***September 2017-July 2018
***£14,514 - £17,169 per annum (£70-£80 per day)
***Long Term/Interim, Full-Time position
***Inclusive Primary School in Clacton
SEN Teaching Assistant - Speech and Language - Person Specification
To be considered for this role you will need to be a capable graduate who has an impressive academic record and a 2:1 or better in your degree. Previous experience supporting SEN children is desirable. The successful SEN Teaching Assistant will have a truly compassionate nature and a solid understanding of child development particularly relating to Speech and Language. You will have an encouraging personality which will help build positive relationships between you and your pupils.
About the SEN Teaching Assistant - Speech and Language - Job Specification
This rewarding SEN Teaching Assistant role will see you working within a mainstream Primary School supporting pupils who have Speech and Language difficulties. As with all SEN Teaching Assistant roles, you will need to be patient, resilient and consistent. The role will present challenges but will also be incredibly rewarding when you see pupils making progress. You will be working under the leadership of an inspirational SENCO who will provide you with all the support you need to complete your role effectively. You will have access to school-based and external training to support you in your role.
This inclusive Primary School is found in Braintree and has excellent facilities to support pupils with speech and language difficulties. Specialist Intervention classrooms allow for small, focused sessions to take place away from whole-class sessions. A specialist sensory room allows pupils the chance to enjoy learning in a relaxed environment. The school caters for above average numbers of SEN pupils and encourages pupils to participate in activities in the local community.
This SEN Teaching Assistant role represents a chance to work within a supportive and welcoming school community in Clacton. If you believe you have what it takes, apply now by sending your CV to Matt Burgum at EduStaff!
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted for this SEN Teaching Assistant role in Clacton.