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Graduate Teaching Assistant

Posted 10 June by GSL Education
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Salary icon £85.00 - £100.00 per day
Location icon Redbridge , Dorset

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Role: Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant
Location: Redbridge
Start Date: Immediate
Employment Type: Full Time
Pay: £85-£100 Daily

Are you a recent graduate eager to embark on a rewarding career in education? Do you have a passion for making a positive impact on the lives of students with special educational needs? If you're ready to take your first step in the world of SEN education and contribute to the growth of exceptional students in Redbridge, GSL Education have an exciting opportunity waiting for you as a Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant!

About Us:
In Redbridge, our client educational institution is committed to providing a nurturing and inclusive learning environment for students with special educational needs. The school recognizes that recent graduates like you bring fresh perspectives and enthusiasm that can greatly benefit our students. As a Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant at our Redbridge-based school, you'll be at the forefront of transforming lives through education. Your journey begins here, and we're excited to be a part of it.

Why Choose Us:

  • Meaningful Impact: As a Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant, you'll be on the front lines of making a difference in the lives of students. Your role is vital in ensuring that every student, regardless of their abilities, has access to quality education.
  • Professional Development: Join a supportive team that values your growth. We offer mentorship and opportunities for skill enhancement, setting the stage for your long-term career success.
  • Collaborative Environment: Become part of our collaborative school community, where your contributions will be recognized and celebrated. We foster teamwork and support at every level.

Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant Role and Responsibilities:
As a Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant, you'll play a crucial role in supporting students with special educational needs. Your responsibilities will include:

  1. One-on-One Support: Providing personalized assistance to students, ensuring their individual needs are met, and helping them thrive.
  2. Collaboration: Working closely with teachers and other staff to create a welcoming and inclusive classroom environment that encourages the participation of all students.
  3. Resourceful Assistance: Assisting in the preparation and organization of learning materials and resources tailored to the unique needs of students with special educational needs.
  4. Emotional Support: Nurturing the social and emotional growth of students, fostering a positive and caring atmosphere where they can flourish.


  • A recent graduate with a degree in a relevant field (education, psychology, special education, etc.).
  • A genuine passion for education and supporting students with special educational needs.
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • A positive attitude, adaptability, and a willingness to learn and grow in the field of SEN education.

Please be advised that this role requires a strong knowledge and understanding of safeguarding and child protection and that successful applicants must satisfy all background safer recruitment checks including an enhanced DBS on the update service.
GSL offers equal opportunities to applicants from all members of the community. For more information or to register your interest in the ‘Graduate SEN TA’ role in Redbridge, or to be considered, please click ‘apply now’ to submit your full and up-to-date CV, and one of our dedicated consultants will be in touch.

Reference: 52837552

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