If you’re a graduate with a psychology degree, and you’re looking to work in a secondary School in Southwark, South London we have the perfect role as a SEN Teaching Assistant
A fantastic client Secondary SEN School is looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join them in September to support Social Emotional Mental Health and Autism, on a long-term basis.
This SEN Teaching Assistant role would suit a psychology graduate that has aspirations of becoming a child or educational psychologist in the future, or if you have the empathy and confidence to support students with additional needs.
– Key Points:
- SEN Teaching Assistant
- Supporting Students with SEMH and Autism
- Full-time Post, Starting September
- Up to £90.00 A Day depending on Experience
- Secondary School in Southwark, South London
- Ofsted Have Graded the School as Good
- Excellent Transport Links via Jubilee Line or Train
- Great Experience for Aspiring Teachers/ Educational Psychologist
- Interviewing Now
A thriving specialist secondary school in Southwark, South London is looking for a committed and empathetic SEN Teaching Assistant who will support students with Social, Emotional Mental Health & Autism, Interested?
This specialist secondary school caters for KS3 & KS5 Students in South London, Graded ‘Good’ by OFSTED, the school is a hub of activity and excitement within the local area, and with many students coming from far and wide it is no wonder they are oversubscribed, and with inspirational teaching & learning at the heart of the school, results have risen sharply over the past couple of years. Excellent training and support is offered to all staff members, and students have excellent behaviour and love coming to school.
THEY ARE LOOKING FOR:
The school are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant, ideally someone with previous experience of Autism, although this is not essential. The role requires someone who is passionate about both education and special needs, so the role could be perfect for someone considering becoming an Educational Psychologist, or even a teacher. Working 1-2-1 with a student who has autism you will also need to be very articulate, can think on your feet and also be able to inspire the student. If successful for the SEN Teaching Assistant role, they’ll also be occasions where you will work across KS4 as a general Teaching Assistant, so if your degree is psychology based or you have a real passion for education, then we would love to hear from you.
THE SCHOOL CAN OFFER:
For a wonderful SEN Teaching Assistant, this role will be highly rewardable as you will be making a real difference to a student who loves education but needs 1-2-1 support throughout the day. Excellent training and support will be on offer from a dedicated SENCO, and you will be working for a leadership team that really cares for the school’s staff and students. If you’re an aspiring teacher or Educational Psychologist this is the perfect experience and platform for you to really grab hold of. So, if you’re interested and would like to apply for this SEN Teaching Assistant job in Southwark, South London get in touch ASAP as the school want to interview candidates next week.
HOW TO APPLY:
Make this SEN Teaching Assistant job in Southwark, South London yours by pressing apply now.