SEN - Teaching Assistant

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6 May 2021

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Are you an enthusiastic Learning Support Assistant with a can do attitude and a clear passion for working with children with SEN?

If so, then this Special Needs School in Bracknell would like to hear more about you! We are looking for full time SEN Learning Support to support children with Autism (ASC), Moderate to Severe Learning Difficulties (MLD/SLD) and Complex Needs.

Therefore, experience in working with Autism, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Asperger Syndrome, Physical Disabilities, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome and other special needs would be extremely useful.

Reed Education Reading have been working with this Special School for years, it's one of our favourite clients to work with! The school is a mixed, 4-21 years, special school that cater for children with a range of special needs including Autism and Complex Needs.

It's a fabulous school with excellent facilities, including a newly refurbished, fully accessible hydrotherapy pool.

Having worked with this school for a number of years we have received numerous accounts of outstanding feedback. During the pandemic our staff have said that the team has been extremely supportive with a really friendly vibe around the school.

Being just outside the town centre and on local bus routes this school is really accessible for anyone either driving or on public transport.

What the school need:
  • Staff who can adapt, change, and vary the curriculum delivery daily.
  • People with a can-do attitude who really try to engage their learners and get to know them.
  • Must be available for ADHOC and long term shifts.

Previously our staff have been taken on permanently, following success as temporary employees here, so if you are looking for a foot in the door, this is it!

Please get in touch as soon as possible to arrange quick registration.

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