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Learning/Behavior Support required in Hove

Supply Desk
Hove, UK
Closing date
26 Nov 2020

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£60-£70 per day depending on experience


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SEN Teaching Assistant - Behavioural Support SEN TA - Primary School in Hove -Full Time

A 'Good' Primary School with Outstanding features in Hove are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to work FULL TIME on a 1:1 basis with a specific childto support them with their behaviour and learning to start ASAP.

The school is a vibrant & popular 3 form entry Primary School, in their most recent Ofsted inspection they were graded a 'Good' School with Outstanding features.

'Pupils are very happy and are proud to be part of this inclusive school community. Relationships are strong and pupils have complete confidence in staff to take good care of them. Pupils are polite and behave well. They get along together happily, both in class and at free times.'

The role is to start in January 2021 through to July. If the right fit for the school there is an opportunity to continue into the next academic year. To be considered for this role you must have experience of working with children with complex needs and be extremely resilient.

The responsibilities will include supporting children's learning and development inside and outside of the classroom, holding 1:1 and small group intervention sessions, 1:1 reading intervention and generally promoting and encouraging good behaviour.

The minimum requirements for this Teaching Assistant role are:-

Have the right to work in the UK
2 Years' worth of references
A current DBS on the update service or be willing to apply for one
To apply for this SEN Teaching Assistant role you must now:-

Contact Supply Desk on (phone number removed) or email (url removed)
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