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Barnet SEN TA

Posted 31 January by Sugarman Education Easy Apply Ended

A school in Barnet seeking a SEN INA from January 2018 to work 5 days per week in that role, with the possibility of additional TA work. The key responsibilities involve providing support to a pupil with Down's Syndrome.

Job title: SEN INA (individual needs' assistant)

Reports to: Class Teacher and SENCo (line manager).

Purpose: To contribute to the provision of a high quality of education and welfare within The School by working in partnership with class teachers, to support a child with an EHCP.

Key responsibilities:

  • To offer one-to-one support for a child with Downs Syndrome, assisting in class work and integrating her into the classroom routines.
  • Carry out playground break supervision observing and intervening appropriately to ensure the child is playing happily, safely and securely
  • Ensuring the physical classroom environment is such that the child is able to learn within a welcoming, clean, tidy, well-ordered and supportive learning environment.
  • Work in partnership with the class teacher and SENCo to support them in teaching activities, adapting where necessary and implementing the IEP (individual education plan) and to follow the terms of the EHCP (educational health and care plan) such that the outcomes are achieved.
  • Support the class teacher to carry out their responsibilities by working with the child individually, in a group, or as a whole class so that in partnership with the class teacher the child's education and well-being is optimised.
  • Observe and intervene to support the child with their education and well-being
  • Work as an integral part of the school staff team by keeping informed of school policies, procedures, plans and activities so you are able to work with a knowledge and wider awareness.
  • Take care of own continuing professional development by taking advantage of planned and incidental self-development opportunities in order to maintain and improve the contribution made to the education and well-being of the children within the context of the school's ethos. (including whole-school INSET)
  • Meeting with child's parents as required to ensure the best learning and support strategies for the child.
  • Involvement in the child's report and progress assessments.

Cordant is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

Reference: 34365692

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