SEN Teaching Assistant

Hackney, London
HCL121556978563366_1715704216
Date Posted: 14 May 2024
  1. SEN Teaching Assistant
Competitive
  1. Long-term

SEN Teaching Assistant

Hackney, London
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Tradewind are currently looking for an SEN Teaching Assistant to support a child in Year 4 in a school in Hackney. You will be supporting a child with ADHD who needs extra support in the classroom. The ideal candidate will be empathetic, resilient and have a passion for special needs education.

Role: SEN Teaching Assistant

Location: Hackney

Start: May 2024

Schedule: Monday - Friday 8.30AM - 3.30PM

About the role:

  • Care & support for a pupil in Year 4 with ADHD
  • Support within the classroom and outside the classroom
  • Weekly targeted staff training to ensure you are comfortable in your role
  • Working closely with the class teacher and parents of the pupil

About the school:

  • In the heart of Hackney
  • Close to transport links
  • Looking for dedicated, full time staff

Why Choose Tradewind?

  • Enjoy a £100 refer-a-friend bonus, encouraging you to share the great opportunities with your network and be rewarded for it
  • Benefit from a hassle-free payment system, ensuring you receive your wages without any umbrella fees
  • Find opportunities that suit your availability, providing flexibility in your teaching career
  • Online portal to access timesheets and update your availability
  • Online registration with us

If you are interested in this role then please apply with your up to date CV today or call Tradewind on 0207 845 5450 and ask to speak with Hollie.

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