Teaching assistant needed for SEN school in Ealing

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Job Sector:
South East
£55 to £65 per day
Teaching Personnel
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Teaching assistant needed for SEN school in Ealing

SEN school in Ealing are looking for a Teaching Assistant who has experience in working with pupils suffering from behaviour difficulties.

The Primary School in Ealing are looking for someone to help students on a 1:1 basis as pupils may be on an early intervention, looking to get back into mainstream schooling.

The ideal candidate for this role will need to have completed their education at degree level and have experience working with children with behaviour needs.

About the School:

* Pupils in the school require regular 1:1 intervention
* Have a pupil referral unit for KS1 and KS2 pupils
* Students may have additional needs such as ASD

Job Attributes:

* Teaching Assistant experience in an SEN setting
* Worked with pupils suffering from Behaviour difficulties
* Additional knowledge of other special needs would be beneficial
* Degree level qualification is necessary for this role
* Flexible availability
* Updated DBS
* Encourage pupils to take part in classroom activities


* Weekly pay
* Pension and National insurance contributions
* Gain more experience as TA
* Work with staff/pupils developing and building relationships

To apply for this role, candidates must eligible to work in the UK and meet Safeguarding. If you consider yourself an ideal candidate for the role, please contact Teaching Personnel and ensure you have an updated CV and Cover Letter.

We at Teaching Personnel pride ourselves on providing pupils with special needs an excellent support framework and encouraging staff to get the best out of the students.

Contact Details:
Teaching Personnel
Tel: 020 7593 3074
Contact: Alex Matthews

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