Camden, London
Date Posted:08 Jan 2020
  1. SEN Teaching Assistant
£70 - £80 per day
  1. Long-term


Camden, London
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Tradewind Recruitment are working with an Ofsted rated Outstanding co-educational Roman Catholic School in Camden who are seeking an SEN TA to join their team ASAP. The successful SEN TA will be working one-to-one with a Year 9 male student who has ADHD.

About the role - SEN TA - Camden:
*You will be working with a Year 9 male student who has ADHD
*This student is very bright and friendly, however requires support to stay focussed and engaged in his work, working towards his individual goals
*You will provide one-to-one support within all of his classes, working closely with class teachers and the SENCO to differentiate lessons when necessary and to create bespoke learning activities for the student based upon his interests. You may also run individual out of class interventions when required.

About the candidate - SEN TA - Camden:
*The successful candidate will be energetic, charismatic and be able to build a good rapport with this student. A relationship founded on trust and mutual respect is integral for this student to succeed.
*Prior experience working with students or youths with Special Educational Needs or behavioural difficulties would be advantageous
*This position would suit a Teaching Assistant ready for the next step in their career or a recent graduate with experience working with children or youths who is keen to commence a career in education and who is able to make a true impact to the lives of students

Centrally located in Camden, this school is easily accessible from all areas of London.

Click 'Apply' to be considered for this exceptional opportunity as an SEN TA in Camden. Or for more information about the role, please call, or send your CV to Caitlin; 0207 845 5450 option 2 /

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