KS1 1:1 Teaching Assistant

Posted 11 June by Tradewind Recruitment
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Tradewind is seeking an exceptional Teaching Assistant to join a vibrant Primary School in the Stockport area, working 1:1 with a KS1 child who has Social, Emotional, and Mental Health (SEMH) requirements.

Role: KS1 1:1 Teaching AssistantLocation: Primary School, StockportStart Date: [Insert start date here]

Responsibilities:

  • Provide tailored support to a child in KS1 with SEMH needs.
  • Implement individualised learning plans and behavioural strategies.
  • Foster a supportive and nurturing environment to promote the child's development.
  • Collaborate with teachers and specialists to ensure consistent support.

Requirements:

  • Previous experience working with children who have SEMH or complex needs.
  • Patience, empathy, and a genuine passion for supporting children's growth.
  • Strong communication skills and the ability to work as part of a team.
  • Relevant qualifications or training in Special Educational Needs (SEN) is desirable.

Why Join Us?

  • Be part of a supportive school community committed to making a difference.
  • Receive ongoing professional development and training opportunities.
  • Competitive salary and benefits package.

If you are ready to make a positive impact in a child's life and possess the skills and dedication required for this role, we would love to hear from you!

To Apply: Contact Matt at or call for more information and to submit your application.

Required skills

  • Primary Teaching Assistant
  • Primary School Teaching Assistant
  • Year 1 Teaching Assistant
  • KS1 Teaching Assistant
  • Teaching Assistant Stockport
  • Teaching Assistant Hazel Grove

Reference: 52839855

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