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About the job
Are you an experienced Teaching Assistant?
Do you have experience working with children aged 512 that have special educational needs?
Do you feel confident helping children with SEN to make their educational experience more comfortable and enjoyable?
Then we have the job for you!
One of our partner schools in Greenwich is looking for a teaching assistant to work with children that have behavioural and emotional difficulties and Autism. The school puts the children at the heart of every decision they make, ensuring they are happy and confident and that the opportunities provided are relevant to their needs both now and in the future.
Providing highquality childcare
Planning your day around the child you will be working with on a 1:1 basis
Demonstrating a positive and creative approach to behaviour management, building the confidence of your pupil
Keeping the student focused and engaged in their learning, using different tools and methods
Building a strong relationship with the class teacher in order to communicate more effectively
Supporting children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs, while also promoting independence
Liaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCO when required
Some benefits of the role:
The opportunity to build upon previous skills and experience gained
The potential for a long term position within the school
An onsite canteen serving hot food
A referafriend scheme, giving you the chance to win £300
Career development opportunities
The chance to build relationships with supportive and outgoing colleagues
The opportunity to make a difference in the lives of young children within the primary sector
Previous experience working with SEN children
An understanding of safeguarding
An understanding of OFSTED ratings and requirements
Knowledge of the EYFS curriculum
A DBS on the update service (or the willingness to complete a new DBS application)
A basic understanding of speech & language and/or interventions
You must be passionate about working with children with SEN, and be determined to make sure that their learning experience is as comfortable and positive as possible
You must be eager to learn and face new challenges every day
You must be able to communicate effectively with colleagues and parents
You must be proactive, understanding, empathetic and patient
You must be punctual
We are actively interviewing candidates on behalf of the school and expect a high volume of applicants.
If you are interested in this position, please apply without delay. Should you be shortlisted, we will invite you to meet with us following a telephone interview, and complete a registration process before arranging an interview with the school.
For more information, please contact Millie Freeman on ##### ######or #####@######.###