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1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant

PK Education
Doncaster, UK
Closing date
26 Nov 2020

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Are you a Teaching Assistant with a passion to support pupils who have Special Needs?

Are you looking for a new challenge?

If yes then read on...

We are urgently looking for a motivated SEND Teaching Assistant for part-time supply cover in the Doncaster area. Working for this Outstanding School you will be an active member of the team supporting pupils on a 1:1 personal basis. Pupils who attend the School will have varying special needs for example autism, Mild Learning Difficulties, communication difficulties and challenging behaviour.

Role requirements -

Be a qualified Teaching Assistant or have experience of working in SEND

You will be able to demonstrate excellent communication and relationship development skills, and demonstrate a resilient but caring demeanour

Experience working with SEND pupils on a 1:1 basis

Assisting the class teacher in duties such as preparing resources and managing pupil behaviour

Providing feedback on pupil progress

Additional requirements -

Current DBS registered with the DBS Update Service - full support will be provided if you do not yet have a DBS

Team Teach trained is an advantage, but not essential

Working for PK you will have access to;

Continual Professional Development courses to refresh and upskill yourself

A dedicated SEND Consultant, working on your behalf.

Opportunity to work in a variety of Schools across the region on a long and short term basis to suit your needs.

If this isn't exactly the right job for you, but you would like to register to be considered for any opportunities, long or short term with PK education, please register at our website and submit your CV and details. You will also need
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