SEN Teaching Assistant

Teaching Assistant/Learning Support Assistant - Ealing, North West London

Ref: 5270Tuesday 14 May 2024

£90 - £110 per day (depending on experience and responsibility)

SEN Teaching Assistant

Location: Uxbridge

Role: Teaching Assistant (TA) specialising in ASD, ADHD, and SEMH

Pay Range: £90 - £110 per day (depending on experience and responsibility)

We are delighted to welcome you to our school, a warm and inclusive learning community for children and young people aged 7-19 with additional learning needs. We offer both day and residential provision for students with a wide range of needs, including moderate to severe and complex learning difficulties, sensory processing issues, and speech, language, and communication challenges, including those on the autistic spectrum.

At the heart of our community is a commitment to love and compassion for all. Our broad and balanced curriculum provides rich opportunities both inside and outside the classroom, allowing students to develop their unique strengths within a caring and supportive environment.

We believe every young person is unique and valued for who they are. We encourage them to reach their full potential, helping them to flourish and lead happy, engaging, and fulfilling lives.

We are incredibly proud of our school and the achievements of our students. We warmly invite you to explore our school website to learn more about our vibrant community.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide support and assistance to students with ASD, ADHD, SEMH and PMLD
  • Build strong relationships with students and earn their trust
  • Collaborate with teachers and SENCO to implement individualised support plans
  • Assist in creating a nurturing and inclusive learning environment
  • Encourage students to engage with their learning and develop essential skills

Requirements:

  • Previous experience working with students with ASD, ADHD, SEMH and PMLD
  • DBS - if you do not have one we can assist you
  • Ability to build rapport with students and establish positive relationships
  • Patience, empathy, and resilience in supporting students with diverse needs
  • Strong communication and teamwork skills

If you're passionate about supporting students with SEN and making a positive impact in their lives, we want to hear from you!

Join our dedicated team and be part of a supportive environment where every contribution counts. Together, we can empower students to thrive and succeed!

To apply, please submit your CV and a cover letter outlining your relevant experience and why you're the ideal candidate for this position.

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