KS3 SEN Teaching Assistant working with ASD Pupils
Your new company
An SEN Secondary School in South Birmingham is looking for an SEN teacher to cover a long-term absence. It is a successful school with a long and proven track- record of providing high quality education for pupils with ASD. The school has strong leadership, gained a good in their last Ofsted and give support and development to members of staff working in the school on a temporary basis. The role is Monday to Friday and is term time only. The post is to start as soon as possible and the role will run in the first instance up until the October half term in the first instance and possibly beyond .
Your new role
You will be working with a class of 12 Year 9 pupils providing support to the pupils and working alongside other Teaching Assistants and the Class Teacher. You will be supporting pupils with teaching and learning as well as with behaviour and social and emotional wellbeing.
What you'll need to succeed
You will have recent experience working as an SEN Teaching Assistant and have experience of working with children with Autism. You will ideally also have Team Teach training or an understanding of the process.
What you'll get in return
Hays Education are able to provide to their committed candidates access to Team Teach Training and also to free online Safeguarding and Child Protection Training. Hays Education provide all candidates with ongoing professional development training. We also run a refer a friend scheme whereby you will receive £250 for any member of staff who you recommend to us who then registers and works 20 days for us.
What you need to do now
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