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SEN Teaching Assistant - Psychology Degree
Westminster, Greater London, England
£350 - £400/week
Contract (Full time)
Are you as Psychology Graduate with previous SEN experience?
Would you like to work in an outstanding Westminster Primary as a SEN Teaching Assistant?
As a SEN Teaching Assistant would you like a challenging role working 1:1 with pupils?
£70 - £80 per day
SEN 1:1 role
Psychology Graduates needed!!!
This Ofsted graded 'OUTSTANDING' Primary School in Westminster is a School that takes interest in having Graduates, particularly Psychology Graduates, as members of their support team. These Graduates will hold a minimum of a Psychology Undergraduate Degree and specifically have SEN experience working with children who have varying needs; having first-hand knowledge of EBD, ADHD, ASD, PMLD etc.
The role of SEN Teaching Assistant is excellent practice for a future career as an Occupational Therapist, Clinical or Education Psychologist. Having previous experience, voluntary or paid, prepares you for the challenges and rewards you will face within the SEN Teaching Assistant role.
The role will be to start September 2017. So if you'd like to be considered applying for the position sooner rather than later is advised. Graduates who are completing University in 200 or 2021 will also be considered as long as they have the relevant experience.
The role will involve a Graduate working across Year 3 and Year 5 assisting two specific SEN pupils. One child has ASD and the other has EBD. Therefore, compassion, patience and above all dedication are very important aspects in this SEN Teaching Assistant position.
A Graduate will be expected to use their previous SEN experience and adapt to working with these two pupils each academic day. Timetables and specific tasks will be assigned to a Graduate in order to support on a 1:1 basis the children to ensure their educational, social and emotional well-being is withheld.
This SEN position is a fantastic opportunity to learn from fellow members of staff and the SENCO . This support position can be a great stepping stone to further experience before going onto pursue a career.
To apply for this role please send your CV to Liz at Academics or call on (phone number removed)