Psychology Graduate SEN Teaching Assistant-Barnet

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Teaching Assistant – Leading Mainstream Primary – Open to all graduates with a passion for SEN – September 2019 – £60 to £70 per day

Are you a recent graduate with a passion and desire to pick up experience working in an exciting SEN role withing a mainstream school? Would you like to work on a one to one basis with primary aged students who have a passion for learning? Would you like to build your experience before pursuing a career in an SEN related field?

This KS2 Teaching Assistant role in Barnet, North London is your chance to have a positive impact on the success of primary aged pupils.

– KS2 Learning Support Assistant position located in Barnet, North London
– Daily rate between £60 and £70
– Long Term/Interim, Full-Time position starting September
– Inclusive, Creative Mainstream primary SEN role

The right candidate will be a friendly graduate who has earned at least a 2:2 in your degree and a true consideration for the welfare of their pupils. We want to recruit a graduate who has the skills to build rapport quickly, helping them to engage with their colleagues and pupils. The perfect candidate will be able to display an eagerness for teaching by consistently being enthusiastic about the day ahead.

As a KS2 Teaching Assistant you will be supporting the development a specific Year 4 child who has been identified as on the Autism Spectrum.

A forward thinking primary, this school is found in Barnet, North London and is located only minutes from the local train station.. It is often oversubscribed due to popularity and is an Ofsted 'Outstanding' school. The school has seen superb success with its community outreach programme. The school drives pupil engagement and attainment to new heights with the use of remarkable facilities including outdoor learning space. The school is committed to an open, fair, and equal educational standard where all pupils have an equal chance to succeed and staff are evaluated in a true meritocratic sense.

If you would thrive in a supporting role at an forward thinking primary School in Barnet, North London then send your CV to Fiona at EduSaff to apply for this role today!

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted