Teaching Assistant

Southwark, London
Date Posted:21 Jul 2020
  1. HLTA, Learning Support Assistant, Teaching Assistant
£70 - £80 per day
  1. Long-term

Teaching Assistant

Southwark, London
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TA- September start- Full time- Southwark- £70-£80 per day dependent on experience

SANZA & Tradewind Recruitment are supporting a small, inclusive and culturally diverse 1 form entry primary school in the borough of Southwark who are looking for an experienced TA to support across the year groups from Reception- Year 6 as a general TA and 1:1 TA when required.
The school are committed to doing the very best that they can to make sure that every child succeeds. They believe they have a shared responsibility to ensure that they are doing the very best for their children and aim to meet the individual needs of each child wherever possible.
The school aim to engender a passion for learning and the pursuit of excellence in every aspect of their work. They have the highest expectations for themselves and all of their pupils, aiming for standards that exceed national expectations, both in the core subjects and across the wider curriculum.
The school want every child to leave wanting and determined to make a difference to the world, and having the skills to do so. In order to do this, they believe that they have to enable the children to be emotionally intelligent, resilient and brave, and provide them with the academic foundation to enable them to be outstanding individuals in all aspects of their lives.
The school are taking applications from TA's with experience in supporting children across the year groups, SEN experience is desirable. If you are dedicated and passionate about education and want to work in a primary school then please apply to SANZA & Tradewind asap by submitting your CV to chess.maxwell@sanzateaching.com or calling 0207 845 6240

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