SEN Teaching Assistant -€“ East London -€“ November 2020

  • Job Reference: 00027351-1
  • Date Posted: 14 November 2020
  • Recruiter: CV-Library
  • Location: City of London, London
  • Salary: £70.00 to £90.00 Per Day
  • Sector: Education, Covid-19
  • Job Type: Contract

Job Description

SEN Teaching Assistant – East London – November 2020

£70-90 p/day

Long term but scope to go Permanent

Full time

A SEN Secondary School in Redbridge are looking for A SEN Teaching Assistant to join their inclusive and creative team. Working with pupils with very Severe and Complex Communication needs who would be greatly receptive to someone who will proactively make them feel like children via child-led curriculum.   

This “Outstanding” School environment are committed to growth amongst their pupils, staff and school sites. They provide an abundance of CPD and will act as a platform to nurture TAs to further develop their careers within the school.

We are looking for an organised and enthusiastic SEN Teaching Assistant / Learning Support Assistant who:

Has a strong understanding of SEN; specifically, in ASD, PMLD, SLD and Complex Needs

Has a background in EYFS. An Early Years Qualification would be desirable!

Confident with manual handling and ability to develop low-ability ASD pupils  who has sensory processing issues.

Ability to engage non-verbal pupils working with P-levels

Holds valid DBS/Police Checks

If you are a TA/LSA and this sounds like you then we would love to hear from you! Good Luck

COVID-19 Notice - We will not be interviewing candidates face to face, we will instead be interviewing via video link where possible or speaking via phone call. Vetting procedures will be carried out online.

UCM Education specialise in placing Teachers and support staff in schools and nurseries throughout the UK. Due to the number of applications we receive for job posts we cannot contact all unsuccessful applicants. We are an Equal Opportunities Employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff to share this commitment