SEN Teaching Assistant

Southwark, London
Date Posted:04 Sep 2020
  1. Teaching Assistant
£75.00 - £85.00 per day
  1. Long-term

SEN Teaching Assistant

Southwark, London
SEN TA- Immediate start- £75-85 per day PAYE- Southwark

Sanza Teaching agency and Tradewind Recruitment are working with a primary school in Southwark who are looking for an experienced SEN TA. The school is a 3 form entry 'outstanding' primary school. The successful candidate would be taking on responsibility of working 1:1 with a student in Year 3 with Autism.

The school have high expectations of all their children. They place great emphasis on personal, social and emotional development by encouraging caring attitudes, mutual respect, self-discipline and self-confidence. They take pride in their diverse community and celebrate their cultural and linguistic diversity.

The school aim to develop each child as an individual nurturing their strengths and talents; they give their pupils responsibility and believe that they should be supported to do their best in a positive, hard-working learning environment. They place a strong emphasis on creativity and ensuring that their pupils enjoy learning and have fun. Each child is cherished and empowered to achieve academically; good manners and respect for one another are highly valued.

Children at the school are enthusiastic, motivated and keen to learn; when you visit the school you will see happy children whose excellent behaviour reflects their enthusiasm.
Close working relationships between parents, teachers and children ensure the best possible opportunities for achievement, progress and success.

The school are taking applications from TA's with SEN experience, specifically Autsim. If you are dedicated and passionate about education and want to teach in an good primary school then please apply to SANZA & Tradewind asap by submitting your CV to or calling 0207 845 6240

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