Graduate SEN Teaching Assistants Needed - Primary Schools Across London

Posted 12 March by We Are SSG Easy Apply

Have you recently graduated with a degree and looking to gain paid experience in a school-based support role in preparation perhaps of becoming a qualified teacher?

Do you have experience working with young people in a voluntary role or supporting SEN learners previously?

Are you considering a role as a SEN teaching assistant whereby you will have the opportunity to make a real difference to lives of young learners who face barriers to learning?

Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant - lovely Primary Schools Across London

  • Paid up to £300 per week
  • Long-term role in the same school
  • Ideal for a recent graduate
  • Previous SEN knowledge advantageous
  • Large community based Primary schools
  • Excellent sensory rooms for SEN children
  • London
  • Interviewing soon for a January start

Have you always dreamed of one day becoming an qualified teacher, but realise you need school-based experience before getting on to a PGCE?

This graduate SEN teaching assistant role is ideal for those with the career ambition to work within education either in teaching or educational psychology. You will be paid a competitive salary of up to £350 per week. There are numerous roles based all around London and you will be supporting a wide variation of children who have many barriers to learning. Each school we work with has an excellent training record, providing training to SEN graduates on speech and language intervention and autism awareness, amongst other training courses.

To apply for this SEN graduate teaching post you must have a desire and passion to work within education, ideally but not essentially, with experience working with young people.

Send your CV today to Richard at LTF Recruitment to be considered for the roles available

Reference: 33990786

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