The school has a lovely boy joining them from September who has been diagnosed with ASD. He has little to no behaviour problems and they just need someone to support him on a one to one basis within the mainstream classroom.
The school has been rated OUTSTANDING since 2000. It exudes excellence and has appeared in a number of publications including 'Reading by Six, How the Best Schools Do It' (Ofsted), 'Building an Outstanding Reading School' (Oxford University Press), 'Narrowing the Gap' (also Oxford University Press) and 'Closing the Gap' (Pathways Education). The school also features in the Ofsted promotional film Moving English Forward.
The school invests heavily in it's own staff and promotes from within so if you're looking for a school placement with career development opportunities, this is the place for you!
*8:30AM to 3:30PM
*1 hour break
*Working as a whole class Teaching Assistant in reception with a boy diagnosed with ASD
The closest tube station in relation to the school is Ladbroke grove which is extremely central - there are also various buses that take you near to the school grounds;
There are various opportunities for forward progression at this school. They strongly believe in Continued Progress Development so will be investing in your education to make you even stronger in your position.
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If you're interested in this Teaching Assistant advertisement you must have previous experience with special educational needs and a passion to help students exceed.
The position is subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas police Clearances and professional reference checks. Your CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible and any employment breaks must be explained.
Click 'Apply now' to be considered for this year 1 Teaching Assistant position in Kensington & Chelsea; alternatively, please contact Luke or Harriett at Tradewind on 0207 845 5450/ Luke.Watters@twrecruitment.com / Harriet.Gmur-Pierre@twrecruitment.com;
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