Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant

18000.00 - 20000.00 GBP Annual
28 Aug 2019
25 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant

Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant Do you have a passion for SEN and are an aspiring Education Psychologist?

Have you had previous experience working with children with learning difficulties and would like to elaborate on this by working in a school-based setting?

Perhaps you are planning on further study and need to gain experience in order to apply for a relevant course?

A multicultural popular Secondary School located in Ealing; West London are looking to appoint a Psychology Graduate to work with students with autism for the academic year???

Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant
Group support for students with ASD
Large Secondary School located in Ealing, West London
Earn up to GBP20,000
Full time, Long term position starting September
Experienced SENCO available for support
Ongoing training and development
Ideal opportunity for an aspiring Education PsychologistThis Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant position will involve supporting students with ASD in multiple classes and subjects. It is important that you have had some experience of working with pupils on the autistic spectrum and understand the patience needed to provide good support.

It is an experienced team so you will benefit from the vast SEN knowledge of the other staff to further your professional development. The successful SEN Teaching Assistant will have the benefits of being trained by and learning from, outstanding SEN staff throughout the year.

The school is situated just outside of city centre in Ealing, West London and is easily accessible via public transport (bus and train). In 2017, the school was deemed 'Outstanding' by Ofsted and is a platform for aspiring teachers and education psychologists who want to gain classroom experience before moving on.

If you want to join this professional and passionate team as a SEN Teaching Assistant, get your application in now! Click 'Apply Now' to send your CV to Ryan at Empowering Learning