SEN Learning Mentor

Job Type:
Job Sector:
£75 to £85 per day
Salary Description:
%ufffd75 - 85 per day
Teaching Personnel
Job Ref:
SEN TA2 03/01/2023

SEN Learning Mentor

Location: Haringey

Pay rate: �75- �85 (depending on experience)

Length of role: Long Term - start ASAP

Are you SEN Experienced looking for your next venture?

Are you looking for a potential long term/perm starting ASAP?

Would you like to work in a caring and happy primary school environment? Are you based in Haringey or happy to travel to Haringey?


Teaching Personnel are working with a welcoming and dedicated SEN school in Southgate Haringey and are looking for new SEN Learning Mentor's to start ASAP. The school caters for students with Autism and Down Syndrome. Any experience in either of these fields is preferable but not essential. The school look for dedicated individuals with a strong passion to learn and make a genuine difference.

Job Role

* The job responsibility of an SEN teaching assistant would be working 1:1 with a student with complex ASD and SLD.
* Using nonverbal forms of communication including visual aids/ Pecs/ Makaton
* keeping track of the students academic and social progress
* working in a team with the classroom teacher to teach objectives to the entire class and more.
* This would be a fantastic opportunity for someone with SEN experience looking for long term work starting ASAP.
* Liaising with health professionals and with members of the senior leadership team and to implement interventions outlined in the students EHCP

About the school

* Based in Southgate, this wonderful SEN specialist school creates a supportive and welcoming environment for all.
* They realise that they have an essential role to play in shaping the lives of young people in their care. They aim for their students to live happy and confident, with the talents and potential to go on to lead fulfilling and independent lives.
* 10 minute walk from Cockfosters station

Our ideal Educator

* Experience working with individuals with additional needs, namely ASD, ADHD, Downs syndrome or SEMH
* Perfect for a new psychology graduate looking for a new career supporting children in education.
* Hard working, proactive and dedicated individual with a strong passion to support those with SEN.
* Has a child only DBS on the update service or is willing to apply for one.
* Is a current resident of the UK and has right to work.

All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see the FAQ's on the Teaching Personnel website for details.

All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.

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Contact Details:
Teaching Personnel
Tel: 020 7593 3070
Contact: Tom Musgrove

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