Learning Support Assistant- One to One

Supporting Autism in Reception Class

  • Special Educational Needs Teaching Assistant
  • Supporting Autism / EBD / Behaviour
  • Monday to Friday 8.30am-4.00pm
  • Term time only
  • Enfield, London
  • ASAP Start

Would you like a rewarding and challenging role in a mainstream primary school?

You will be working one to one with the student with Autism and Behaviour needs in Reception class.

We are looking for a someone who will be pro-active in supporting SEN and can demonstrate the ability to lead with a firm but fair approach. Be Nurturing and  enhance the learning experience of this young person who can be challenging at times.

We are looking for applicants with or without experience but ideally you will have an understanding of how children learn and how to support them.

Relevant qualifications include: CACHE/NVQ in teaching and learning and Graduates of Education/childcare degrees are encouraged to apply.

In addition a team teach or positive handling qualification would be an advantage for this role.

The school

  • An established, 3 form entry primary school with goal to deliver a broad and rich curriculum to its children and provide them with opportunities to explore, enquire and reflect.
  • You will be joining a friendly, established team who love to give children confidence to learn and be the best they can.
  • Well-resourced and committed to providing the best learning environment to children, this is a modern school
  • Very well connected with bus routes, over ground and underground transport links

To apply submit your CV or contact Umar for more details.

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