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SEN Teaching Assistant

Employer
Empowering Learning
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
25 May 2022

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Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Teaching Assistant
Starting date: ASAP
Location: Enfield
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We are looking for a dynamic, experienced and graduate teaching assistant who is looking to make a difference as a Teaching Assistant. The successful candidate will have a passion for education and ideally be looking to teach in the near future.
You will be working closely with the SEN department working closely with students who need additional support so any prior experience is highly desired.

Experience of working as a teaching assistant (desired not essential)
Have an interest in the education sector
Up to date enhanced DBS (or willing to process one)
A recent graduate (graduated within last 2 years) (Desired not essential)
Ability to engage with and inspire young learners

About the school
The school simply believe that every child, regardless of background or prior achievement can be successful if given great teaching and pastoral support.
Their mastery curriculum is at the heart of school life and ensures that all students get the opportunity to study academic disciplines and to wrestle the ways of thinking that take them beyond every day understandings.

Role Summary
Your role will be to specifically delivering reading interventions 1:1 and in small groups, 71% of students are EAL (English and additional language) 30% have SEND you will be joining a team of 7 other teaching assistant
You will be directly supporting the students, as well as helping to organise the teaching and learning resources available to students and staff.

Apply today to be considered for this fantastic opportunity
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