Speech & Language Difficulties - Teaching Assistant Post - Outstanding Primary School in London
Are you a passionate graduate wanting to become a Speech and Language Therapist? Maybe you are searching for a full time Teaching Assistant post in South London, supporting pupils with communication difficulties and other associated issues?
If you are a committed graduate with a determination to support pupils with Speech and Language difficulties, then this is the Teaching Assistant position for you.
• Speech & Language Difficulties - Teaching Assistant
• Outstanding Primary School in London – Teaching Assistant
• September Start/Immediate Interview – Teaching Assistant
• Exceptional Teaching Assistant Opportunity for Speech & Language Graduates
• Primary School with ‘Outstanding’ Leadership – Teaching Assistant
• Special Needs Teaching Assistant Required
• Working with 5 pupils in Key Stage 1 with Speech & Language Difficulties
A well-resourced and supportive community primary in Lambeth are looking to appoint a Teaching Assistant with Speech and Language experience. This is a long term Teaching Assistant post starting in September, that would suit a candidate wanting to become a Speech and Language Therapist. It would also be ideal if you are looking for good experience of working in a Primary School before beginning your Primary PGCE - this Speech & Language Teaching Assistant allows you to do that.
As a Teaching Assistant you will support 5 pupils 1:1, in a split timetable that will see you working in and out of the classroom. As a Teaching Assistant you will also be expected to provide vital support in speech and language sessions, which help the pupils to increase their confidence, self-esteem and independence. This Teaching Assistant post is suited to a candidate that can be enthusiastic, conscientious and always focused on the welfare of the children, who are the school's primary concern.
Do not hesitate in applying for this Primary Teaching Assistant opportunity at an large school in London. Hit the ‘apply now’ button and send your CV straight over to Andrew Robinson at EduStaff.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.