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ASD Teaching Assistant – Tower Hamlets

Graduate at Edustaff

ASD Teaching Assistant – Tower Hamlets

Graduate at Edustaff

  • LocationLondon, UK
  • Position levelGraduate
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  • Application deadline iconPosted on 07 Nov, 2018
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  • Competitive£ 75.0 per day

ASD Teaching Assistant – Tower Hamlets

“Every pupil is a different kind of flower, and all together make a school a beautiful garden”

Are you a passionate graduate who is looking to develop on your prior SEN experience?
Are you an aspiring Educational Psychologist looking for the experience necessary to start your Masters/PhD?
A school in Tower Hamlets is seeking a bright graduate to join their rewarding SEN department and help change the lives of children with complex needs.

***ASD Teaching Assistant for a local Tower Hamlets school (Central East London)
***Minimum 2:1 degree required
***Experience in supporting children with complex needs highly preferred
***Long-term, full-time role available as an ASD Teaching Assistant
***Invaluable experience for Further Education or an inspiring SENCO
***£65-£75 a day for ASD Teaching Assistant

Found in Tower Hamlets, this wonderful 2-form entry is based a short walk from local stations and has excellent on-site parking. They are locally known for their positive impact on all their students, regardless of their needs, and the Headteacher always ensures that an inclusive environment is preserved. They are heavily invested in their support staff and are keen to meet someone who has a track record of supporting children with an ILP

The desired ASD Teaching Assistant must be an enthusiastic individual with a minimum 2:1 degree classification. The ASD Teaching Assistant will possess caring qualities and ensure they always have a kind, nurturing approach. You will have impeccable communication skills, both verbal and non-verbal, and will have a passion to support the more challenging areas of the curriculum.

Responsibilities of the ASD Teaching Assistant


Contribute to the management of pupil behaviour alongside the SENCO>
Establish and maintain relationships with both key pupils and the whole-school>
Support Key Pupils during learning and social activities>
Assist the class-lead in creating a stimulating learning environment>
Ensure the well-being of the children Is always protected and a safe environment is upheld>
Promote social and emotional development, alongside numeracy and literacy skills

If you are a nurturing graduate looking to extend your career in SEN, apply today for this ASD Teaching Assistant role!

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Job location

4 Cam Rd, London E15 2SN, UK