Primary SEN Teaching Assistant
Are you a Psychology graduate whose goal is to become an Educational Psychologist?
Do you have a passion for supporting children with ASD/EBD within a mainstream school setting and would like to gain paid experience to support your future career?
If you have prior experience of working with children with Special Education Needs and expert subject knowledge through modules in your degree, we would like to hear from you.
This welcoming primary school in Salford is keen to meet with a determined Psychology graduate who can offer patient and nurturing support for their children with SEN.
SEN Teaching Assistant
- Welcoming primary school in Salford
- Excellent facilities for staff and children
- Ideal role for an aspiring teacher/Ed Psychologist
- Supporting children with ASD/EBD
- Degree essential - 2:1 or above
- Paid £275-£300 per week
Long term role starting ASAP - interviews now
This exciting opportunity is ideal for psychology graduates who are keen to gain paid experience before embarking upon a teacher training course or other further study in the field of Educational Psychology. To be successful you will need to have a minimum 2:1 degree, some previous experience working with SEN and heaps of determination!
About the role - SEN Teaching assistant
As an SEN Teaching Assistant you will receive a bespoke training plan from day one to ensure that your personal development and skill set is being recognised! You will work in a specific Key Stage 2 year group to support the class teacher and specifically support children who are on the Autistic Spectrum. It is essential that you are a good communicator and are empathetic with the child's needs. It is also important that you are an excellent motivator to inspire the children you are working with.
About the School
This large community Primary school in Salford has a higher than average proportion of children with Special Educational Needs and is well known in the area for providing excellent support. The school is easily accessible from a wide range of public transport links. The opportunity for children to remain in a mainstream School is embedded into the Schools values, and it has proved its reputation within the community gaining a strong following from local parents. This school has experience supporting Psychology graduates and will spend time understanding your needs for your own personal development.
If you would like to secure a role where you will really make an impact this could be perfect for you. Send your CV to Holly at i-teachers today to apply for this role.
This job was originally posted as www.jobsite.co.uk/job/959431725