£16,000 - £19,000 per annum
A school in Surrey are currently looking for a passionate and dedicated Teaching Assistant to join their team from September 2019, this will be full time and on a permanent basis. The annual salary will be £16,000 to £19,000 - dependent on your past experience.Are you looking for a new challenge?Are you passionate about working in Special Education Needs? Are you passionate about improving pupil development?This independent special school based in Surrey is for children who have developed delays due to medical conditions, cerebral palsy or emotional difficulties due to direct or indirect trauma, it is also for students whose mild autism creates learning needs. They work to ensure that their students embrace an optimistic outlook, self-confidence and independence. Their friendly and supportive learning environment allows students to reach their full potential, to gain qualifications, and skills that allow them to be socially and economically independent in their local community. The school is forward thinking and currently expanding so there are plenty of opportunities for career development and training. There are two sites, between them they provide education from Key Stage 2 to Post 16 with adapted curriculums and corresponding exams. The school has modern and highly functioning facilities, with several sensory and therapy rooms that provide a comfortable environment for all students.The role!As an SEN Teaching Assistant you will be supporting the progress of all students, across different ages and abilities. The school are looking for an enthusiastic, caring and confident Teaching Assistant who can bring these characteristics to the classroom. They are also looking for someone who is able to adjust, responding to the needs of the pupils, a TA who enjoys the challenge of working within an SEN setting.The key responsibilities of this role include working effectively as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, with qualified Teachers, Therapists and other Support Staff. Although working under the direct instruction of Teachers in the classroom it is important that you are confident to lead activities and are familiar with strategies set out in students EHCP and EP reports. The successful Teaching Assistant will also need to carry out allocated duties throughout the school day, including at break and lunch times, and at other times.To apply for this role you must have/be:• Level 2 or 3 Teaching Support/Assistant qualification or a relevant equivalent qualification• A creative and confident attitude towards the role of Teaching Assistant'• Previous experience working with SENDHorizon Teachers is a specialist Education Recruitment Consultancy that helps Teachers and Support Staff find long term, permanent and interim employment in Primary, Secondary and Special Schools throughout London and the South East. As part of the registration process you will be required to have a DBS Check carried out and all original relevant qualifications will need to be sighted and copied before any work placement. Horizon Teachers. Enhancing Children's Education.