Reception 1:1 TA

Islington, London
Date Posted: 25 Jan 2024
  1. Learning Support Assistant
£85 - £95 per day
  1. Long-term

Reception 1:1 TA

Islington, London
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Join our wonderful client school, just a short walk from Archway station, as a full-time 1:1 Teaching Assistant dedicated to supporting a student with autism and his EHCP. This is an excellent opportunity to make a significant impact in a nurturing and inclusive primary school environment.

About the Role:

Full-time position with a long-term contract

Working hours: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

Support a student with autism and EHCP in a Reception class

Ideal Candidate:

Previous experience in Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Comfortable working with Reception-age children

Background in child-related roles or possess a Psychology degree

Available for a February start

Must have an enhanced DBS certificate or be willing to apply for one

Comfortable with the Catholic ethos of the school

About the School:

Ofsted-rated "Outstanding"

Roman Catholic school with a nurturing environment

Enthusiastic pupils in an exceptional and inclusive primary school

Strong pride among students and staff

Broad and highly effective curriculum

Easily accessible from surrounding areas

Why Sanza:

Full support provided

Flexibility in your role

Free access to our National College

Competitive salary

If you are passionate about supporting students with special needs in a nurturing school environment, apply now! For more information, please contact Gulzar Kilinc on 02078456240 or email Join Sanza in shaping a positive and inclusive learning experience for all!

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