KS1 Teaching Assistant (SEN)

Sutton, London
Date Posted: 13 May 2024
  1. Teaching Assistant
  1. Long-term

KS1 Teaching Assistant (SEN)

Sutton, London

🌟 Exciting Opportunity for KS1 SEN Teaching Assistant / Sutton

Tradewind is currently seeking an experienced KS1 SEN Teaching Assistant to begin work in a Primary school in the Borough of Sutton.

The role is available for an immediate start and will continue until the end of the academic year September 2024.

If you are proactive, initiative-driven, patient, and determined to meet all daily objectives, then this is an ideal role for you.

The school is seeking a SEN 1:1 teaching assistant to support a child in Year 5 on a full-time basis. Although the child has no formal diagnosis, they require support and attention to stay focused and on task (displaying ADHD traits).

Daily Pay Rate: £90.00      Hours of Work: 8.30am - 4.00pm

This is a thriving, diverse, and friendly two-form entry primary school, rated 'Good' by Ofsted in their last report. All staff set high expectations and share a strong determination to help pupils achieve as successfully as possible.

Benefits: Progression opportunities and outstanding CPD training - there will be ample opportunities for you to grow your career. You'll also be part of a strong and supportive team of colleagues.

To join Tradewind and excel as a KS1 TA, you must have the ability to encourage, motivate, and engage children, along with excellent written and spoken communication skills.

To apply for the position as a Primary KS1 TA for Year 5, please contact Stephanie McGowan on 0207-845-5450 or email stephanie.mcgowan@twrecruitment.com.

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