SEN Teaching Assistant

Islington, London

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Date Posted: 06 Feb 2024
  1. SEN Teaching Assistant
  1. Long-term

SEN Teaching Assistant

Islington, London

Pupils are taught in small form groups of generally no more than six pupils, with a high ratio of support from specialist teachers, learning assistants and pastoral mentors. Their pupils access a broad and balanced personalised curriculum that includes a strong emphasis on literacy skills, personal development, academic subjects and vocational courses..

The PRU aims to provide the pupils referred via Barnet's Securing Education Board with the tools and resources they need to make a positive transition from us, reintegrating into mainstream schools, or moving on to a specialist education establishment that will meet their needs, or into post-16 education, employment or training.

They are a trauma-informed school and the engaging and nurturing environment provided encourages all pupils to achieve individual success and develop positive attitudes to learning, behaviour and relationships.

Essential requirements:

  • Experience supporting young people with mental health difficulties
  • Previous TA, LSA or support work within a school, PRU, Alternative Provision or other child related experience.
  • Open-minded, positive and friendly approach.
  • A caring and professional manner.
  • Must have legal right to work in the UK.

For more information on the school location and role, please contact Alexia at Tradewind today on 0207 845 5450 (option 3 for SEND) or email me on and I will welcome your enquiries. Alternatively hit the apply button and we will contact you accordingly.

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