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Higher Level Teaching Assistant - South London - To Start ASAP

Employer
ASQ Education
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
23 May 2022

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Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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We are looking to recruit a Higher-Level Teaching Assistant to assist within the SEND department of a fantastic school in a lovely area of South London. The role is currently open and would require you to start as soon as possible.

To be considered for this role you must have relative experience working with children or young people who experience mild to severe learning differences either in schools, colleges or HEIs. The school would also be open to a Teaching Assistant who has previously supported children one-to-one or supported those who may have required personal care.

The Role

The position is based in a fantastic school in South London and has cutting-edge facilities available to its staff & pupils. The school are very proud of its SEND Team and is looking for an individual who is both dependable and sensible. There is also an opportunity that the school could decide to take you on permanently.

This is a role that necessitates you to have a real desire to support young and vulnerable students during their time in school. This is a school that will value the work you do and the way you approach it. The school aims to make a positive difference to its pupils every day. As an HLTA, you will be playing a leading role in helping to contribute to the daily learning experiences and overall student development.

The Ideal Candidate

To be considered for this role, you must be able to demonstrate:
  • Experience and knowledge of working within a SEND department or working with pupils who may have learning differences (Essential)
  • To understand and approach personal care duties with the appropriate attitude & decorum
  • The ability to support your key students in multiple settings: 1:1, within group settings and inside the classroom environment
  • To use your initiative and lead by example
  • To be friendly and professional in your approach to staff & pupils alike
  • You must have excellent time management and organizational skills
  • You must always carry yourself in a friendly and professional manner

The School

This is an exciting opportunity to work within a remarkable school that is deeply committed to developing both its students and teachers alike. The school prides itself on nurturing each of its pupil's talents and aspirations. You will be collaborating with a team of experienced LSAs and an incredibly supportive SENCO to ensure that the students feel confident and optimistic about their life at school and the teaching that is being delivered.

The school strives to inspire learners to achieve excellence. Through a unique and creative curriculum, the teaching and support staff work as a team to develop young people to make a fulfilling contribution to the school and the wider community.

How To Apply

We look forward to hearing from you, p lease email your CV to or visit our website and apply online today at www.asq-education.co.uk

About Us

ASQ Education partners with a variety of exceptional primary, secondary, and SEN schools across London and the Home Counties to offer you the latest and best selection of educational positions.

We will help you find the right short-term, long-term, or permanent role in a school and location that suits you. Whether you are searching for a teacher's role in a primary school, a supervisor's role in a secondary school, or a learning support assistant role in an SEN school, we will collaborate closely with you to ensure you get the job that you want.

We are also here to guide you through every step of the recruitment process and provide a wealth of resources and expert advice to support you in your search for the perfect role.
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