Early Years SEN Teaching Assistant

Lewisham, London

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Date Posted:28 Nov 2020
  1. Early years, Learning Support Assistant, SEN Teaching Assistant
£75 - £85 per day
  1. Long-term

Early Years SEN Teaching Assistant

Lewisham, London
Early Years SEN Teaching Assistant

EYFS SEN TA- Lewisham- £75-85 per day- start January 2021

SANZA & Tradewind Recruitment are recruiting for a TA to work with EYFS & Ks 1 students in an Autism resource base within a mainstream Primary school in Lewisham.

The school are looking for a TA to support with a small group of children as part of a team of TA's working within the Autism resource base.
The school are a busy and friendly school, with lots going on. The school is a unique and diverse learning community that provides the best possible support in enabling pupils to achieve their best. Pupils and staff are highly motivated and firmly believe in learning together, in partnership with families.

The schools curriculum is designed to foster curiosity and creativity, to develop motivation and habits that encourage their children to be life long learners. They are proud of the children who attend the school and expect them to aim for and achieve the best they possibly can.

The school is a fully inclusive school and they are incredibly proud of their outstanding Resource base for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder which opened in 2010. Personalised learning across the whole school ensures they meet the needs of all children and enables them to reach their full potential. Children feel safe, happy and achieve well.

The school are taking applications from TA's with experience in supporting children with SEN. If you are dedicated and passionate about education and want to work in a primary school then please apply to SANZA & Tradewind asap by submitting your CV to chess.maxwell@sanzateaching.com or calling 0207 845 6240

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