1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant
This role is a great opportunity for a recent graduate with an interest in and experience of SEN to work as a keyworker in an exceptional Sheffield Primary School
Have you recently graduated with a Psychology or related degree with a passion for working with Primary school children with behavioural needs?
Perhaps you are an aspiring educational psychologist looking to gain school based experience?
Do you have experience working with SEN children e.g. autism, ADHD?
This is an exciting opportunity to gain paid experience in a Primary school as an SEN Teaching Assistant as a stepping stone before further training in your field of interest.
This popular school in Sheffield is looking for a high achieving graduate to support a number of SEN children. The SENCO is looking for a Teaching Assistant to support their work throughout the next academic year.
1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant - Graduate Role
***Recent Psychology Graduate
***Experience with SEN required
***Excellent development opportunity, ideally autism and ADHD
***£300 per week
***Great experience before PGCE/further training
1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant
This primary school is a successful mainstream setting with a proven track record of supporting young learners with additional needs to achieve their fullest potential. It has a friendly and effective Special Needs department with an exceptional SENCO who really values talented graduates in her team and is looking for an ambitious 1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant to join her for the next academic year.
As an 1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant, you will work closely with the SENCO to support a child as their keyworker, working on day-to-day classroom activities, and interventions to enhance their personal progress. You will ensure the best possible education and ensure the pupils receive the support needed. You will be required to be an excellent motivator to inspire the pupils learning and be committed to their success.
This is the perfect opportunity for a graduate to earn up to £300 per week whilst building further experience prior to further study or teacher training. Some foundation training will be given to help you adjust to your new role, so don't worry if you haven't worked in a school before. However, on the other hand, if you are a graduate with relevant volunteer experience then this will really support your application. The most important thing is that you are passionate about supporting children with significant learning barriers as a SEN Teaching Assistant.
Don't miss this perfect opportunity for an ambitious individual to really make a difference as a Primary SEN Teaching Assistant. Join this lovely school in Sheffield by sending your CV to Jonny at i-teachers right away!
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