SEN Teaching Assistant
Team Teach trained LSA needed in Bromley
TimePlan Education are seeking committed, resilient and personable team teach trained Learning Support Assistant's (LSAs). The successful applicant will be able to demonstrate an unwavering dedication to the goals and ethos of work within a PRU, and/or have relevant experience support young adults with SEMH and ASD. You will be joining a committed team of experienced and knowledgeable teachers and support staff.
The special school is based in the London Borough of Bromley and offers an educational provision for secondary aged pupils (11-16 years old) whose primary need is social, emotional and mental health development. The school cater for pupils who have been identified as requiring SEMH support through a statement/EHCP, as well as, pupils who have been permanently excluded from mainstream education or who are at high risk of being permanently excluded. The schools ethos is child-centric, providing high-quality learning through versatile teaching strategies whilst simultaneously maintaining a nurturing and positive relationship with each individual pupil. Thus, instilling hope and maximising each pupils' potential to enter post-education as well-rounded young adults.
The successful applicant will have experience working with students with special educational needs to some capacity, as well as, passion and commitment to making a difference to young people's lives.
In return we are offering:
- A competitive daily rate based on experience and training
- Access to our CPD and in-house training
- A dedicated consultant
- A great opportunity and full support
If you are an experienced SEN TA and you fit the requirements, we would love to hear from you. Please send your CV or call and speak to Nahid. Alternatively, if you would like more information regarding this role, please email or give me a call on the number above.
Time Plan Education is a committed equal opportunities employer and therefore will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. Please note that successful applicants will be asked to apply for an enhanced DBS check via the disclosure and barring service.