1:1 Support | SEN Teaching Assistant | Birmingham – 1:1 and Group Work – SEN Teaching Assistant
Are You a Psychology Graduate? Do you want to gain experience working in a school environment before studying for a Master's or PhD?
Perhaps you are passionate about education and want to gain experience as an SEN Teaching Assistant before entering teacher training?
If so, this opportunity could be ideal for you. Working as an SEN Teaching Assistant, the role sees you working 1:1 with an autistic child, gaining experience in a leading Primary School in Birmingham.
*** SEN Teaching Assistant at a modern and larger-than-average-sized primary school in Birmingham
*** SEN Teaching Assistant position available September
*** Long Term, Full-Time SEN Teaching Assistant post lasting the Academic year
*** £60 - £70 per day for the SEN Teaching Assistant
*** Suitable for a Psychology graduate
*** Fantastic chance to gain hands-on experience within the classroom
A well-regarded 3-form entry primary school, this position will see you joining the school as an SEN Teaching Assistant, working with a child in Year 2 in the KS1 department who has been diagnosed with ASD. The school is oversubscribed and is the first choice for a number of parents within the local area, because of the effective senior leadership team as well as the friendly and welcoming staff.
SEN Teaching Assistant Specification
This vacancy is designed for an ambitious Psychology student that can work enthusiastically within the classroom. The SEN Teaching Assistant will want to use this experience as a springboard to either go into teaching or study for their Master's/PhD. As with all roles within a classroom, you need to have a positive outlook and a real passion for education and breaking down those perceived barriers for children with SEN!
About the SEN Teaching Assistant Role
As an SEN Teaching Assistant, you will be supporting learning with a student in Year 2 that has autism. The school is passionate about SEN and they see this role as vital to the well being and development of students. You should have relevant experience working with children with autism and already have some effective strategies to support children with SEN effectively. The school are always supportive of their staff and offer high-quality CPD programmes to help continually develop your skills and keep your knowledge of SEN up-to-date and relevant.
Get ahead of the competition and apply for this KS1 1:1 SEN Teaching Assistant position in Birmingham immediately! Send Lauren Gibbons your cv by clicking the ‘Apply’ button.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.