2 SEN Teaching Assistants wanted for a wonderful primary school in Fulham, West London.
Are you a graduate passionate about working with children with special educational needs?
Would you like to join a primary school until the end of the academic year as an SEN Teaching Assistant and make a difference to children who need additional support?
If you can answer ‘YES’ to the above, then Riley Personnel would love to hear from you.
– Key Points:
- 2 SEN Teaching Assistants Need from November
- Work in a Delightful Primary School in Fulham, West London
- Start After Half-term (First Week of November)
- Earn up to £425 a Week Depending on Experience
- Autism Experience an Advantage but NOT essential
- 1 Role in Early Years & 1 in KS2
- Perfect Experience for Aspiring Child/Educational Psychologist
- Good Graded Primary School with Inspirational Staff
- Excellent Facilities and Resources & First-Class Training
- SEN Teaching Assistant Interviews Available NOW
A charming and wonderfully supportive primary school in the heart of Fulham has 2 SEN Teaching Assistant opportunities available for those with a passion for education and special needs.
– The School is Looking For:
Start after half-term (November), this Fulham primary school is looking to recruit 2 SEN Teaching Assistants. One role is to support a child in Early Years with a variety of additional needs, and the other role is to support 2 boys in Year 3 who have autism and cognitive and language needs. Ideally the school would love to recruit graduates with experience of special educational needs, although this is not essential. As an SEN Teaching Assistant you will be required to support the students on a 1:1 basis. These opportunities are full-time, so require someone who is committed to making a difference, is empathetic and wants to make a difference. If you are an aspiring Educational/Child Psychologist, this would be the ideal experience.
– The School Can Offer:
Joining this school as an SEN Teaching Assistant you can look forward to gaining excellent training and support. You will work alongside inspirational education practitioners who love teaching. You will gain an invaluable insight to working with children who have special needs, vital for those aspiring Child/Educational Psychologist. The Headteacher has supported many graduates who either aspire to teach or those thinking of becoming a psychologist. If this sounds like the school for you, and you want to be considered for one of these SEN Teaching Assistant jobs you need to apply now.
– The School:
Located in Fulham, West London this is an easily accessible primary school with excellent commuting links. OFSTED graded this as a ‘Good’ school in their past inspection, and leadership and staff are keen to progress to ‘Outstanding’. Expectations of staff and students is high, and results across all years have risen year on year. The school has excellent facilities and resources and professional development is first-class for staff. Working at this school as an SEN Teaching Assistant would be the perfect environment for graduates with high expectations of themselves.
– How to Apply:
If you are a graduate keen to work in a primary school as an SEN Teaching Assistant, why not hit the ‘APPLY’ Now button.