SEN Teaching Assistant

Camden, London
Date Posted:13 Feb 2020
  1. SEN Teaching Assistant
£70 - £80 per day
  1. Long-term

SEN Teaching Assistant

Camden, London
Tradewind Recruitment is working with a nurturing and encouraging Secondary School in Camden who are recruiting an SEN Teaching Assistant to join their inclusion team after February Half Term. This is a full time position that will be offered on a long term basis until the end of the academic year in the first instance.

As an SEN Teaching Assistant, you will be paired with 3-4 key students who have diagnosed Special Educational Needs including ASD, ADHD, and Dyslexia. Their needs range from mild to moderate and you will be responsible for providing individual support within their classes to differentiate lessons, encourage and motivate students to achieve their best. You will also have the opportunity to plan and deliver interventions for individual and small groups of students.

To be successful as an SEN Teaching Assistant in this wonderful Secondary School, you will have prior experience supporting young people with Special Educational Needs, Learning or Behavioural difficulties. You will be proactive, resilient, patient and nurturing to provide a safe and encouraging learning space for these students to reach their full potential.

This SEN Teaching Assistant position would also suit a confident, enthusiastic University Graduate, with exposure to young people with SEN, who is keen to commence a career in education.

This Secondary School is centrally located in Camden and is well serviced by Overground, London Underground and local buses, and is commutable from all areas of London.

Click 'Apply' to be considered for this exceptional opportunity as an SEN Teaching Assistant 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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