Teaching Assistant for SEN
Randstad Education are currently looking to recruit Teaching Assistants with experience of working within Special Needs to work in Primary Schools within the Cheshire areas.
This is to work within a mainstream primary environment, and is on a supply basis.
Special needs teaching assistants support students with special educational needs (SEN) in the classroom as directed by an Class teacher in order to help pupils succeed with their learning. SEN teaching assistants can work in a variety of settings including special schools, specialised units attached to a mainstream school or mainstream classrooms working with individual pupils.
The work of a special needs teaching assistant can vary greatly depending on where they are working and the individual needs of the pupils. This could include:
? assisting with pupils' physical needs, including hygiene and feeding, as well as assisting with therapy sessions;
? helping with pupils' school work under the supervision of a Class teacher;
? helping pupils increase their confidence, self-esteem and independence;
? helping pupils who have difficulty communicating with others, including those whose first language is not English.
There may be requirements in some schools for special needs teaching assistants to have additional training and qualifications in specific areas such as sign language for pupils with hearing impairments.
Training and continued CPD is available via Randstad Education for special needs teaching assistants and includes:
? Team Teach
In return we will offer you:
? Excellent rates of pay with no hidden deductions
? dedicated consultant with a 24hr on call facility.
? generous refer a friend scheme
? Periodical pay reviews
? Access to Randstad Education's Online CPD portfolio.
Please note you MUST have previous experience of working as a Teaching Assistant in order to apply for these roles
All roles are subject to an enhanced CRB check and interview with Randstad Education. For more information, please apply online firstname.lastname@example.org