1-1 SEND Teaching Assistant
Romford based school seeking a 1-1 SEND Teaching Assistant to work with a KS2 student to ensure that their education and care is at the highest standard. This role would be ideal for someone who is patient, resilient and passionate about Special Needs.
1-1 SEND Teaching Assistant Responsibilities
- The chosen 1-1 SEND Teaching Assistant will be working with a KS2 with a statement of special needs.
- Experience working with mild learning difficulties including Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
- Will be supporting learning and the individuals needs within a primary classroom.
- For this 1-1 SEND Teaching Assistant position someone with experience who can work alongside the teacher on planning tailored lessons to suit the child's needs.
- Building students confidence.
- Be able to effectively manage behaviour.
- You must be assertive and have a developed knowledge and understanding of the particular needs of the student.
- Be able to actively promote and assist safe learning.
- You will ensure all students can thrive and fully develop their social, cognitive and emotional skills.
For this 1-1 SEND Teaching Assistant position it is ideal if you are:
- Qualified with a relevant Level 2/3 Teaching Assistant certification and/or SEN qualifications.
- Experience working with communication development could be an advantage as student has mildly limited verbal communication.
- Must have a good knowledge and understanding of ASD.
- Previous experience working with moderate to complex learning difficulties including Autism would be an advantage.
This 1-1 SEND Teaching Assistant post is full time to start September 2019
This post is subject to vetting including enhanced DBS and other safeguarding procedures.
If you feel you are suitable for this 1-1 SEND Teaching Assistant role, please get in touch we would be happy to hear from you. We here at Apex Education Training strive to find you the perfect work/life balance. So let us know your requirements and we will work with you to find suitable employment in schools.