Early Years Teaching Assistant for Autism Unit

Recruiter
Edustaff
Location
London (Greater)
Posted
11 Jan 2018
Closes
12 Feb 2018
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Early Years Teaching Assistant - Central London - Immediate start! This Early Years Teaching Assistant opportunity is the perfect chance to join a multicultural school in Central London with an incredible team spirit! ***Early Years Teaching Assistant at a well-managed primary school in Central London ***Role available immediately ***Permanent, Full-Time Early Years Teaching Assistant post ***£60-£70 per day Early Years Teaching Assistant Person Specification For this post, you must be a patient graduate who has experience supporting SEN and a strong academic record. We want to meet graduates who can evidence a natural affinity for helping pupils with SEN and display an obvious passion for education . The ideal individual should be able to be a responsible influence on the pupils they teach. The successful candidate will have a welcoming understanding for others and the tools to make fast friends. About the Early Years Teaching Assistant Role As an Early Years Teaching Assistant at this school you will be working closely, on an individual basis, with a Reception girl who has been identified as on the Autism Spectrum. Part of your role will include creating lessons that match the school's creative and inclusive ethos. Your strengths and areas for development will be highlighted by the teachers you work with, who will the help you designing a CPD plan and various training activities to help you develop your teaching technique. You will be adopting and nurturing the creative ethos and atmosphere that the Head of Inclusion has created. The School This well-led primary school, found in Central London, is close to a number of public transport links. It was previously deemed 'Good' by Ofsted but has certainly improved since then and installs remarkable facilities, including sensory learning areas. This school is known throughout the area because of its superb approach and history of hard-work and success. Thanks to its popularity, it now finds itself very oversubscribed. It upholds it inclusive values by meeting the needs of its high intake of pupils with SEN and is extremely well-connected to the community. This is the perfect opportunity for a driven and ambitious individual to really make a difference as an Early Years Teaching Assistant. Join this primary school in Central London by sending your CV to Emilie Pecheur at EduStaff! Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted