1:1 Teaching Assistant ASD and Team Teach Experience
Graduate 1:1 Teaching Assistant / KS1 Teaching Assistant - ASD & Team Teach Experience Required - Central London (Camden) - Outstanding Primary
Do you have experience supporting young children with ASD in a 1:1 Teaching Assistant capacity?
Have you got the determination and nurturing nature required to take on a 1:1 Teaching Assistant / KS1 Teaching Assistant role and make a difference to students who find school life challenging and often disconcerting?
Would you welcome the chance to secure a long term 1:1 Teaching Assistant / KS1 Teaching Assistant position in a modern and progressive school that offers superb training and support for their support staff?
Feel rewarded whilst gaining vital primary school experience with this long term 1:1 Teaching Assistant / KS1 Teaching Assistant role based in Central London (Camden).
***1 Teaching Assistant / KS1 Teaching Assistant
*** Long term position
*** Extensive training and support from day one
*** Working closely with a child with ASD
*** Starting ASAP-September Start Possible
*** Full-Time role, 5 days a week, term time only
*** Weekly pay
*** GBP60-GBP80per day dependant on experience
*** Well led and supportive primary school
*** Located in Camden with excellent transport links
*** 1:1 Teaching Assistant / KS1 Teaching Assistant post
Found in Central London (Camden) this is a charming and well led primary, easily accessible by public transport. This is a school who have a creative and imaginative approach to teaching and education. However they place huge importance on treating each pupil as an individual, ensuring the most appropriate education is provided and if additional support is required that it is provided in an effective and consistent manner, this is where this 1:1 Teaching Assistant / KS1 Teaching Assistant comes into play. In regards to their staff, they enjoy a very stable work force and provide ongoing training support to ensure everyone is making progress and has every opportunity to reach their personal goals and targets. Thanks to the hard work from the Leadership Team and the dedication from everyone associated with the school, they are happy to boast a coveted 'Outstanding' Ofsted award.
About the Role:
In this exciting 1:1 Teaching Assistant / KS1 Teaching Assistant position you will be working primarily on an individual basis with a young boy in KS1 who has been identified as on the Autism Spectrum. He can sometimes display disruptive behaviour and can be quite withdrawn from the learning process and really needs someone who can explore innovative approaches to ensuring he engages with the day to day teaching. If you have previous experience of dealing with a similar student and team teach experience you will be very appealing to the school. You can be assured of the fact you will be working in a supportive culture, enabled by the highly-skilled Special Educational Needs Coordinator who will be on hand to offer guidance and support to you from your first day to the last.
The ideal candidate for this 1:1 Teaching Assistant / KS1 Teaching Assistant will be a determined graduate who already has experience supporting SEN or more specifically children with ASD. The ability to engage pupils in the learning process is key and therefore you should be open and adept at exploring different teaching styles and techniques. The perfect candidate will be able to step up to the plate and take a lead in the classroom from the word "go", enjoying the responsibility for the pupil's learning as well as their social and emotional development. You must be tenacious and determined, with the drive to overcome challenges and obstacles to learning through clear thinking and positivity.
Progress your career by taking on this rewarding 1:1 Teaching Assistant / KS1 Teaching Assistant role, gain impressive experience in a nurturing primary school in Central London (Camden). Send your CV to Fiona Henri at EduStaff to kick-start your teaching career.
Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.