SEN Teaching Assistant

Posted 12 June by Academics
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SEN Teaching Assistant - Slough - September

Do you have experience working with SEN children?

Do you have experience with ASD or ADHD?

A lovely school in Slough are looking for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join their team in September. They are looking for a passionate and dedicated SEN Teaching Assistant who has experience with SEN/ASD/ADHD. In the position of SEN Teaching Assistant, you will be valued as a vital team member and will be supported in your own individual success and well-being.

This SEN Teaching Assistant role in Slough will be working with a Year 6 pupil 1:1 who has ASD and supporting a small group of children who have complex needs Your role as SEN Teaching Assistant may include, but not be limited to the following responsibilities:

  • Supporting children's behaviour for learning in the classroom.
  • Helping children with their understanding of the teacher's instructions.
  • Working with individual learners in the classroom 1:1, or working with individuals or small groups in the Learning Support department.
  • Keeping track and recording pupil progress.

At this Primary School you will be well supported and promote teamwork to develop the best structure for the students. This school truly believes in investing their staff and you will be challenged, supported throughout this primary school.

  • SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Slough, Berkshire
  • September Start
  • £80-90 per day
  • Full time 8:30am-4pm

If you are interested in applying for this SEN Teaching Assistant position please contact Abbie Dixon at Academics Ltd on or apply directly to this advert.

SEN Teaching Assistant - Slough, Berkshire - ASAP

Reference: 52849956

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