SEN Teaching Assistant
Are you a recent graduate with a passion and desire to help nurture and educate children with learning difficulties and behavioural problems?
Would you relish the opportunity to develop a career within education specifying in SEN?
Perhaps you are an aspiring education psychologist or speech and language therapist who would benefit from classroom experience?
A well respected and thriving primary school on the Wirral is seeking a passionate, hard-working SEN Teaching Assistant to join their team...
SEN Teaching Assistant
Full-time, long-term position starting immediately
Earn up to £340-£360 per week
"Outstanding" graded primary school, located in the heart of the Wirral
Staff car parking available, as well as great public transport links
Must have a minimum 2:1 degree in a Psychology or Education related field
Perfect for aspiring education psychologist, councillor or speech and language therapist
Previous experience working with SEN desirable, especially 1:1 mentoring
Previous experience working with children with dyslexia desirable
Opportunity to gain essential classroom experience
Interviewing remotely immediatelyA co-educational, independent, hard-working school providing high quality education for students. Based on the Wirral, the school meets the needs of pupils with special needs including ADHD, autism, speech, language & communication difficulties, and social & emotional difficulties. Supporting pupils, their families, and the community, the school is working hard to deliver an agenda that is socially significant and relevant.
The school is a happy, safe and welcoming school where all of their work is focused on the child and based on the values of which they relate to. They strive to know their children well and are committed to providing an outstanding education for them. The school is an inclusive school and each child is nurtured, cherished and supported to be exemplary citizens of the future in the city and beyond. They very much value the support and contribution of the parents and always relish the opportunity to work alongside them to create the best possible learning experience.
As a SEN Teaching Assistant, you will be expected to work alongside the SENDCo and other class teachers to provide essential support to pupils that may require extra attention. You will be responsible for supporting and facilitating inclusion, encouraging pupils to be as engaged as they can with the learning tasks set for them. As an aspiring educational practitioner working within SEND it is important to gain hands on 1:1 classroom experience in order to be able to progress further with career aspirations.
If you feel this ideal opportunity is perfect for you then do not hesitate to Apply Now by sending your CV and Cover Letter to Tom Roberts at Empowering Learning