SEN Teaching Assistant

Posted 12 June by Academics
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SEN Teaching Assistant- Aylesbury -Education and Training-Aylesbury

We are currently seeking dedicated and nurturing SEN Teaching Assistants with experience of PMLD and Autism.

Are you passionate about supporting children with Special Educational Needs?

Are you looking for a new challenge?

Would you like to work in a local school in Aylesbury?

Do you hold a Health and Social or Childcare Qualification and have experience with children?

We have fantastic opportunities for PMLD LSA / Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties Support Assistants in brilliant and supportive SEN schools that cater for children with different levels of learning difficulties. The ideal LSA / Learning Support Assistant will have a caring nature and will be passionate about providing outstanding care and support to children of mixed abilities.

The schools are looking for someone who is enthusiastic and flexible to join their dedicated team. All applicants must have a minimum of 6 months experience working with children with special educational needs / disabilities. The roles available are either long term, short term or on a day to day basis.

The roles will include: Assisting the teacher with classroom preparation 1-1 work with students who require additional support

Leading group work

Helping the class teacher with pupil observations

As a PMLD LSA / Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties Learning Support Assistant, through Academics you will receive:

Competitive rates of pay

Support from a dedicated team of consultants

An excellent referral scheme

Access to a range of unique positions in our schools

SEN Teaching Assistant-Education and Training-SEN Teaching Assistant-Aylesbury

Required skills

  • Autism
  • Mental Health
  • SEN
  • ASD
  • SEMH

Reference: 52850167

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