Kensington and ChelseaYear 1 LSAASAP start
Are you an ambitious Teaching Assistant? Are you looking to join an outstanding school? Do you have experience working as a SEN Support Assistant and with students diagnosed with Autism? Do you have experience working with EYFS and KS1 students?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above, this might be just the school for you!
SANZA Teaching Agency is currently working with a one-form entry primary school currently looking for a hardworking and dedicated Teaching Assistant to join their team. This one-form entry primary school is based in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea and is rated 'Outstanding' through their recent Ofsted inspection. The Learning Support Assistant role is a long-term opportunity and is due to start in immediately and will continue until July 2022. The annual salary for this position is £15,600 - £16,750.
The leadership team at this one-form entry primary school is currently looking for a hardworking and dedicated Teaching Assistant to join their team. This one form entry primary school based in the borough of Kensington and Chelsea is a 5 min walk from transport links and is nestled in a beautiful leafy residential area. This school has exceptional learning facilities and a wonderful outdoor learning space that all classrooms lookout to.
The Teaching Assistant role is to work in in Year 1 with a student diagnosed with Autism. Your role will be to provide guidance and utalise strategies to ensure the pupil is completing their work. You will also be required to include this pupil within the social setting of the classroom to ensure they are progressing emotionally too. As a Teaching Assistant in Year 1 your ole will be to ensure that this student has a secure foundation, is happy caring achieves personal success.
To be shortlisted for this learning support assistant role, you need to:
- Be able to provide day to day support, delivering 1:1 support in Year 1
- Have proven track record working with students diagnosed with Autism in EYFS / Key Stage 1 and be able to ustalise strategies from your own experience
- Have exceptional written and spoken communication skills
- Be able to support this pupil to develop crucial life skills to help them thrive
- You will need to be well organised, have good planning skills, an appreciation of health & safety in the workplace along with a commitment to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people
- Working hours are Monday to Friday 8.30 to 4.00