1:1 SEND Teaching Assistant

Enfield, London
JSL-1:1SENTAEN-MAR21_1616140081
Date Posted:19 Mar 2021
  1. Teaching Assistant, SEN Teaching Assistant
£75 - £90 per day
  1. Long-term

1:1 SEND Teaching Assistant

Enfield, London

SEN Teaching Assistant - Enfield - Primary School - Immediate Start-Long-term supply position

Are you a Graduate Teaching Assistant who is experienced in working with pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN)? This school will favourably consider candidates with previous SEN experience with ASD?

Graduates without experience will be considered if they have the proactive, creative and committed approach to working as a SEN Teaching Assistant

Sanza Teaching Agency have been asked by our Enfield client school to recruit a SEN TA to work on a 1:1 basis with a child in Year 2 class who has ASD. The ideal candidate will have previous experience in this area and be available to start in immediately for a 1-year supply contract. Please submit your CV for this role immediately to book your trial day.

This role is based in Enfield at an Outstanding Primary school with excellent transport links

Sanza Teaching also have other vacancies available. Do you have experience in working with primary school pupils with the following conditions?-
ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder)
Speech and Language / Global Delay
Hearing difficulties
Emotional and Behavioural difficulties (EBD/SEMH)
ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder)
Visual Impairment
Details of the role are
Full-time, long term-till July 2021 with the option to continue in September 2021
£75 - £90 per day
Assisting in school lessons for EFYS-KS2 pupils with SEN
Working alongside the class teacher and professional therapists
Gain additional professional development and training along the way

Please send your CV to john.sandford@sanzateaching.com or call 0207 845 6240 for more details

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