SEN Teaching Assistant – ADHD Focus – Kingston, South West London

 

September Start

 

Clarus Education are working in partnership with a brilliant Primary School located in the South West London borough of Kingston – Upon Thames. Together we are working on strengthening their support staff team this September.

We are currently working on a number of SEN Teaching Assistant vacancies, searching for:

  • Graduates with a 1st Class/ 2:1 degree – Psychology Graduates are of interest!
  • Strong academic backgrounds – GCSE & A-Level
  • Hardworking, proactive, committed & ambitious individuals
  • Those eager to get involved with the wider school community

 

If you’re ticking the above boxes, then WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU NOW!

 

This is a rare and exciting opportunity for an intelligent Graduate who is passionate about making a real difference to the next generation.

 

If you’re who we are looking for, then please continue reading to find out more about this SEN Teaching Assistant (ADHD Focus) role…

 

The Role:

  • SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Full time & long-term role
  • Receive £70-80 per day
  • Work alongside a fantastic Inclusion Manager
  • Ensure that all SEN & EAL students are able to access the curriculum
  • Work on a 1:1 and small group basis

 

Person Specification:

  • 1st Class or 2:1 Graduates
  • Your knowledge of SEN, especially ADHD & Autism must be extensive
  • Previous experience is essential
  • Ability to deal with challenging behaviours
  • MUST commit to the entire academic year (September 2019 – July 2020)

 

School Information:

  • Lovely 3-form entry Primary School
  • Wonderful SENCo & existing staff team
  • Large SEN provision with a full equipped sensory room
  • In-house training & CPD
  • Located in Kingston-Upon-thames, South West London

 

Does this sound like the SEN Teaching Assistant (ADHD Focus) role for you?

 

Apply today & if shortlisted, Cleveland will get in touch within 24 hours.

 

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