SEN Teaching Assistant

February 28, 2024
£85 - £100 / day

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Job Description

About the role

A Secondary SEN School in Ealing supporting pupils with a primary diagnosis of autism (ASD).

Many pupils here will have other associated Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) including associated behavioural and communication needs.

All staff are provided with on-going training and there are opportunities to gain further qualifications here.

Their collective approach keeps pupils and the heart of decision making, ensuring education and wider teams, parents/carers and most importantly the students can work together effectively to ensure positive outcomes for all.

 

 

The Role

This school requires a proactive Special Needs Teaching Assistant to support children with autism (ASD) develop their independence, resilience, and functional life skills.

You will be providing support in a variety of settings within the school, this would include within their employment hub and therapy team who champion well-being and emotional regulation.

Pupils are working towards English, Maths and ICT qualifications.

 

Special Needs Teaching Assistant will:

  • Have a Proactive and encouraging approach to supporting pupils
  • Confidently provide support in classrooms, small group and 1:1 interventions
  • Have good Maths, English and ICT skills
  • Follow EHCPs and IEPs
  • Be paid £85-100 p/day, depending on experience
  • Commit to working full-time. Monday to Friday, from 8.30am to 3.30pm
  • Have access to good references and an Enhanced DBS

 

 

Safeguarding

Complete Classroom Services are highly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment. You will be expected to hold or be willing to obtain Enhanced DBS check or Enhanced check for Regulated Activity with the Disclosure & Barring Services (previously the Criminal Records Bureau) and undergo due diligence checks on social media use.

All school-based staff have the responsibility for promoting the safeguarding and welfare of children. All school staff should be aware of the school’s Child Protection and Safeguarding Policy and work in accordance with this document at all times.