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SEN Teaching Assistant

Employer
Tradewind Recruitment
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
17 Oct 2021

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Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
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Are you an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant looking for an exciting new role with career development?

Or perhaps a mainstream Teaching Assistant looking to gain experience and start your career within Special Needs Education?

One of the fantastic schools we work with in Aylesbury are looking for special needs / LSA's to start full time ASAP.

If you're looking for something a bit more flexible they are also looking for bank staff as and when!

* 30 hours per week, 38 weeks of the year (school term time only)
* 8:30am to 3.30pm
* Pay rate of £70 to £90 per day
* Experience working with SEN is desirable but not essential

You will be working on a 1:1 basis with high needs pupils of sixth form age. This role involves 1:1 and group work aswell as interactive based learning indoors and outdoors. Strong behaviour management is essential.

The school is a specialist community school that caters for young people ages 11 to 19 and they are OFSTED rated "Good". They have a strong emphasis on team work and a family like community. The also follow the principles of 'Growth Mindset' which is all about having a 'Can Do' and 'Give It A Go' Attitude. Pupils feel proud of their school and respected, they are giving the tools to become confident citizens of the world and are encouraged to maximise their achievements.

You will need:
* A current DBS check on the update service (we can provide and even repay t and c's apply)
* A complete work history spanning 10 years where applicable

If you are interested in this amazing opportunity then please apply now. You can contact Georgia on (phone number removed) or email (url removed)
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