Teaching Assistant - Primary School (3 to 12 years old) - Bracknell Forest- ASAP Start or September start
Experience working with children required!
Are you looking to support children with additional learning needs?
Are you interested in supporting young people's Mental Health?
GRADUATES WANTED - Fantastic Opportunity for Psychology/related degree Graduates!
An excellent school in Bracknell Forest is currently recruiting for a Teaching Assistant to join them ASAP. This is an exciting opportunity for a graduate or experienced teaching assistant to develop their experience with Special Educational Needs and Behavioural Needs. A graduate with a degree graded 2:2 or above is ideal for this role and some previous experience working with SEN children is desirable. The position will be working 1:1 with pupils with Special Needs and Challenging Behaviour in the school. The Learning Support Assistant will have the opportunity to work closely with children who have mental health difficulties, display challenging behaviour and have learning disabilities such as Autism.
This Primary school are looking for a confident, dedicated SEN Teaching Assistants who are enthusiastic and passionate about their input into a child's education. Ideally, the successful SEN Teaching Assistant will have excellent behaviour management skills.
£70-£80 per day
Great platform for aspiring teachers
Brilliant Teacher training prior to a PGCERelevant previous experience would include youth work, support work, mental health work and SEN in sport. Teaching Assistant - Bracknell Forest - Primary School - ASAP Start or September Start
If you are Teaching Assistant/Graduate and you are interested in this position, please submit your updated CV. Alternatively, please contact Sam Alozie with your CV via (url removed)
The ideal Learning Support Assistant will be able to commit for the full academic year and the expected salary will be from £70-£80 per day. This is an excellent opportunity for a graduate to expand their classroom experience prior to undertaking their teaching training and becoming a fully qualified classroom teacher