Are you a Psychology graduate keen to gain experience as an SEN Teaching Assistant in a school based setting prior to embarking on your educational psychology course?
Are you passionate about supporting children with Special Educational Needs and have a desire to support them as an SEN Teaching Assistant, helping them to overcome their barriers to learning?
Perhaps you have previous experience supporting children with SEN/EBD and want to extend this experience into a school based setting?
A popular primary school in Bromley is looking to appoint an ambitious Psychology graduate to join their inclusion team as an SEN Teaching Assistant, working alongside a seasoned SENCo, supporting SEN and EBD children on a 1:1 basis with day-to-day learning and specific intervention strategies.
SEN Teaching Assistant
***Special Educational Needs (SEN) Support Role
***Perfect for a Psychology Graduate
***Charming Bromley Primary School
***Excellent Training Programme for SEN Teaching Assistants
***Earn up to £350 per week as an SEN Teaching Assistants
To be considered for this SEN Teaching Assistant role you must have achieved a 2:1 or a 1st in your Psychology degree. You must have previous experience working with SEN and EBD children where you have picked up transferable skills, not necessarily in a school based setting.
In this exciting SEN Teaching Assistant role you will be an integral part of the schools SEN team supporting the SENCO and other experienced SEN practitioners. You will support learners who have specific learning and behaviour plans, and you will help them achieve their full potential on a 1:1 basis. You will be key to the schools intervention strategy to ensure the best possible learning outcomes for all students at the school.
The school has an excellent reputation for its SEN Policy and its development of SEN and EBD learners. The school has higher than average numbers of SEN and you will be an integral part the inclusion team which supports them. You will be working closely with the SENCO who will provide you with training and support throughout your time at the school and set you up perfectly for your career in educational psychology.
If you are a Psychology graduate passionate about supporting children with SEN and EBD then apply for this SEN teaching assistant position today! Click Apply to get your CV over to Jonny at i-teachers.
- SEN Teaching Assistant