Sen Teaching Assistant - Psychology Graduates West London

Clarus Education Ltd
From £70 to £80 per day
12 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Sen Teaching Assistant - Psychology Graduates – West London

Are you a Psychology Graduate looking to secure an SEN Teaching Assistant position supporting SEN pupils in a Primary school?

If you have aspirations of becoming an Educational/ Clinical Psychologist or SEN Teacher in the near future, working as an SEN Teaching Assistant within an inner city London Primary School would be the perfect opportunity for you.

If you are a calm, dedicated and supportive Graduate who has experience working with children with learning difficulties, Clarus Education would like to hear from you.

Located within North West London, my client school is a lovely Primary school that has been rated Outstanding by Ofsted. They require an SEN Teaching Assistant to support pupils with Special Educational Needs, including Autism, Asperger’s, GLD, ADHD and more

POSITION: SEN Teaching Assistant – Primary School – EYFS – KS2

PERSON: Graduates ONLY – perfect for those focused on Educational Psychology / SEN

QUALIFICATIONS: Strong academic background required!

SCHOOL: Inclusive & diverse Primary school

LOCATION: North West London

TRANSPORT: Excellent public transport links – walking distance from underground. Some parking available

SALARY: Full Time & Term Time - £70 per day and rising


The ideal person for this SEN Teaching Assistant is a bright and ambitious Psychology graduate who has a passion and interest to work with special needs / SEN. Working with children with learning difficulties can be challenging and requires an individual with patience and a calm temperament. To be considered for this post you will have a keen interest in working with SEN pupils and some relevant prior experience. You must have some SEN experience to be considered!


As SEN Teaching Assistant you will be tasked with supporting children across the school, from EYFS to KS2. Your main goal is to help pupils engage with the curriculum, assisting the teacher to produce differentiated work and to work closely with each pupil, implementing IEP’s. You will support in class, work with small groups and also 1:1. You will be working with a talented team of Teaching Assistants who work brilliantly together. This is such a rewarding role, and within a lovely school!


The school is diverse and has a larger than average number of SEN and EAL pupils. They pride themselves upon being very inclusive and offer a high level of Education for all. The Head teacher has been praised for their Outstanding leadership skills and along with the SLT work tirelessly to provide a positive and successful working environment.

If you are actively seeking a long term SEN Teaching Assistant post and can commit until at least July 2018, then please do apply today.

If you are shortlisted, the Clarus Team will be in touch within 48hrs.

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