SEN Teaching Assistant

Harrow, London
Date Posted: 10 May 2024
  1. SEN Teaching Assistant
  1. Long-term

SEN Teaching Assistant

Harrow, London

Tradewind Recruitment is currently looking for a committed SEN TA to join this popular SEN School in Harrow. The position is to support pupils in a KS2 class with Autism and SEMH needs so an understanding of ASD and managing challenging behaviour is essential. The role is full time, long-term role paying up to £90 per day depending on your level of experience. The job is to start in September 2024

A vibrant and forward-thinking SEN school located near South Harrow Station that also includes onsite parking.

They have a long history of facilitating progress and enrichment and aim to make every child's time spent there as rewarding as possible allowing them to be the best they can be. Inclusion is at the heart of this school's ethos and values, and their aim is to meet the needs of all pupils whatever their starting point. Their creative curriculum builds on our children's interests and involves them in shaping their own learning. Specialist teaching in music, dance and PE enhance the high-quality classroom provision.

To join us and be successful in this role you will need to:

  • Hold a degree (in any subject) or relevant qualifications
  • Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks
  • CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible
  • Legal right to work in the UK

Click 'Apply now' to be considered for this great position as SEN TA in Harrow. Or for more information about the role, contact Raj on 0207 845 5450 option 3

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