Epilepsy SEN Teaching Assistant

Islington, London
Date Posted:10 Jul 2020
  1. HLTA, Learning Support Assistant, SEN Teaching Assistant
£75.00 - £95.00 per day
  1. Long-term

Epilepsy SEN Teaching Assistant

Islington, London
Epilepsy SEN Teaching Assistant-£75-£95 per day-September 2020

*Islington Primary School
*£75 -£95 per day
*1 Year Contract
*September start
Sanza Teaching Agency is working with an outstanding primary school based in Islington who are looking for Teaching Assistant to support a pupil in Year 1 with Epilepsy.

The SENCo and Headteacher of this brilliant, high achieving school in the heart of Islington are keen to appoint an experienced teaching assistant to work as an Epilepsy SEND TA. The role entails you to support a child in Year 1 with Epilepsy and other complex needs. The role requires you to have confident, clear commutation skills as well as a dynamic, professional approach. You must be committed for the academic year and demonstrate an interest in developing your career in education.

The role will involve
*1-1 support to a pupil with Epilepsy
*Work alongside the KS1 team to plan and prepare lesson activities and administer medication
*Firm but fair behaviour management skills
The teaching assistant role is full time, 5 days per week and will be due start September and to continue for the full academic year.

To be considered for the Epilepsy SEND TA, Islington

you must;
*Have previous experience working in a primary school setting
*Be a team player - this role requires someone who works well with teachers, pupils and parents
*Demonstrate commitment, dedication and resilience in your previous childcare work
*have an ability to remain calm and have the necessary skills in Epilepsy
*Ideally you will be local to Islington

Please call John Sandford at Sanza Teaching Agency 0207 845 6240 for details or send your CV to john.sandford@sanzateaching.com

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