Behaviour/Mental Health Support - Wantage

Posted 7 June by Academics
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Behaviour/Mental Health Support - Wantage

Pupil Referral Unit - Teaching Support Assistant

KS1 to KS2

ASAP Start - £83.33 - £90 per day

This SEN Wantage based school are looking for a confident, dedicated SEN Behaviour/Mental Health Support/Teaching Assistants who are enthusiastic and passionate about their input into a child's education. Ideally, the successful SEN Behaviour/Mental Health Support/Teaching Assistant will have excellent behaviour management skills and desirably some form of restraint training. The Behaviour/Mental Health Support/Teaching Assistant will have the opportunity to work alongside colleagues to develop greater Behaviour/Mental Health Support working with children.

  • Contract
  • Pupil Referral Unit (PRU)
  • September 2024 start
  • KS1/KS2 - ages 7 - 11 years
  • Weekday role!
  • Wantage location - excellent transport links, great for candidates in: Grove, East Challow and Arlington.

Essential requirements:

  • Up to date enhance DBS Check
  • At least 1 years SEN childcare experience (preferred)
  • Safeguarding children certificate

We'll look to you to:

  • Close classroom support/ teacher support the children with their learning tasks to maximise their progress.
  • Facilitating the students with integration and social integration.
  • Lesson/classroom plan preparation, maintaining a well-organised, tidy and stimulating classroom environment.
  • Hold skills to identify safeguarding/behavioural issues, provide feedback to the teacher and SEN Behaviour/Mental Health Support/Teaching Assistant team.
  • Successfully supervise the Wantage students, "Team Teach" experience is desirable. Activities may be physically intervene to support a child, to avoid dangerous behaviours.

If you are interested in this SEN Behaviour/Mental Health Support/Teaching Assistants opportunity, please click 'APPLY NOW'!

Reference: 52815065

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