SEN Teaching Assistant

Brent, London
Date Posted:06 Feb 2020
  1. SEN Teaching Assistant
£70 - £75 per day
  1. Long-term

SEN Teaching Assistant

Brent, London
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Tradewind Recruitment is working with an Ofsted Outstanding mainstream Secondary School in Barnet who are looking for an SEN Teaching Assistant to join their inclusion team on a full time, long term basis. This contract will commence after February Half Term and run until the Easter School Holidays in the first instance.

As an SEN Teaching Assistant in Barnet, your responsibilities will include:
*Supporting, motivating and encouraging students who have diagnosed Special Educational Needs to ensure that their individual needs are being met within the classroom to provide them with the equal opportunity to access the curriculum
*Differentiating lessons within the class to meet your students' needs
*Planning and delivering bespoke learning activities to deliver to your students in individual or small group interventions

To be successful in this SEN Teaching Assistant position in Barnet, you will:
*Be a positive, confident individual who is passionate about helping students to reach their full potential
*Have experience supporting young people with Special Educational Needs or learning / behavioural difficulties in any setting
*Be a hard working team player who takes initiatives to problem solve in rapidly changing situations, and be able to diffuse tense situations whilst remaining calm and professional

This Secondary School in Barnet is serviced by local buses and London Underground Tube services and easily accessible from all areas of North, West and Central London.

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

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