Education Mental Health Teaching Assistant

Posted 14 June by Academics
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Education Mental Health Teaching Assistant

Oxford - Year 4


Are you looking for your Graduate career platform? Aspirations to become a Psychologist or Counsellor? Put your degree towards enriching the education of Year 4 (KS2) students.

At the Oxford based Primary school, they are dedicated to creating a nurturing and supportive environment for young people facing mental health difficulties and exhibiting challenging behaviours. Looking to for the next aspiring Psychologist/Criminologist to become their Education Mental Health Teaching Assistant. You will play a crucial role in helping the Oxford students build essential skills and work towards improved mental well-being.

The ideal Education Mental Health Teaching Assistant will have a passion for helping children and young people reach their full potential both inside and outside the classroom. Previous experience working with children would be beneficial, as well as a relevant degree in Psychology, Criminology or Counselling. The role is Monday to Friday, 8:30am until 3:30pm. Before starting in the school, you will need to undergo an enhanced DBS check.

  • Year 4 Teaching Assistant for children with Mental Health needs
  • Education Mental Health experience
  • ASAP September
  • Oxford - great for candidates in the Headington, Littlemore, Cowley and wider Oxfordshire area.
  • KS2 Curriculum
  • £83.33 - £90 per day
  • Full-time Mon-Fri 8.30am to 3:30pm
  • Ideal for Psychology, Counselling or Criminology Graduates

This role is essential to gain experience within the SEND Teaching Assistant sector, perfect for graduates.

Apply for this Education Mental Health Teaching Assistant role today, start your next career. Please apply directly to this advert.

Reference: 52872176

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