Psychology Graduates and Graduates interested in teaching required for SEN TA role, with one year of paid experience.
Are you a Psychology graduate with aspirations of becoming an education psychologist?
When considering working in an EBD Secondary school in Newham, what are your outcomes as a Psychology Graduate?
Would you appreciate the opportunity to work 1:1 with Year 7 - Year 11 Pupils who are not in the mainstream?
Would this opportunity aid you give you the experience to kick on and study a MSc or PHD?
Have you gained voluntary, personal or paid experience as a SEN Teaching Assistant already?
A superb opportunity has become available as a SEN TA that would be suitable for a Psychology graduate or any graduate interested in Special Educational Needs. This role as SEN Teaching Assistant in Newham EBD Secondary school will begin in September and will be for the academic year. There could also be the opportunity to begin earlier if the necessary funding is available.
Call Mike at Academics on for further information and upload your CV today to realise your outcomes!
SEN Teaching Assistant
***SEN TA role, 5 days a week in a Newham EBD Secondary School
***Ideal role if you have a genuine passion to work in an EBD Secondary School and have picked up relevant experience already
***Academics are looking for SEN Teaching Assistant who is committed to a contract for the academic year and understands how durable you have to be for such a role
***The school may well take you onto contract after the academic year is over, promoting you into a different SEN TA role, potentially managing some aspects of inclusion. Again for a graduate and experienced TA, this will look great on your resume
***Opportunity to pick up after school clubs, potentially lead Dance and PE classes - anything cultural that can be used in a outreach capacity
***Raising Literacy and Numeracy levels will always be the key for an SEN TA and how you are evaluated for the value you add to the school and pupil's behaviour and learning
The SEN Teaching Assistant role
-The SEN TA role is open to graduates and non - graduates, the key is to have experience as a within a EBD setting, Learning mentor or Cover Supervisor in a Secondary school would be great. Any voluntary experience, personal experience of Autism, EBD, SEMH is key. Personal experience can sometimes be the best.
-Youth Club, personal experience and volunteering is all a fantastic base for this role
-Behaviour management, patience and self assuredness will be key factors in this particularly
-Fairly large EBD Secondary school in Newham, fantastic reputation
-School has progressed tremendously, fantastic leadership and you will learn a great deal from the SLT, pupils and your fellow SEN Teaching Asssitants
-School is close to Stratford station, based in Newham. Easy to get to from Central and Hackney.
-Superb outdoor play and sporting space, impressive for this part of East London
For further details for this SEN TA role, please call Mike on !
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