1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant
Are you a recent Psychology graduate with experience working with autism, looking to gain experience before going onto teacher training or educational psychology?
Do you have a passion for making a difference to young people's learning, and would relish the challenge of supporting those with autism?
Would a paid, long term 1:1 autism support position in an inclusion department of a popular Manchester based primary school be the ideal role for you this year?
1:1 Autism Support - Primary Role (Graduate)
- Suitable for Psychology Graduate
- Ideal role before teacher training/educational psychology
- Central Manchester based Primary School - 2 form entry
- Earn up to £300-per week
- Long-term, full time Monday-Friday
- Full training and support provided
This is an exciting role to support children who have Autism 1:1 in class. This role involves working 1:1 with a little boy in Year 3 who has autism. He can display challenging behaviour, often getting frustrated when he is unable to complete a task and disrupting the class. The role includes assisting the class teacher and supporting the pupil with different activities and lessons. You will be expected to monitor pupil progression taking in to account the child's EHCP.
This fantastic primary school in Manchester is looking for an enthusiastic and resilient graduate to join their team to support a child with autism 1:1. To be successful, you will need to have a core undergraduate degree in Psychology or a related subject, with experience working with autism, although this does not necessarily need to be in a school setting, as long as you have transferable skills.
The school is based close to Manchester city centre, with easy access to surrounding areas.
If you think you have what it takes to succeed as 1:1 Autism Support, apply to join this fabulous Primary school in Manchester! Click apply or send your CV and covering letter to Holly at i-teachers.
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