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- Sittingbourne, UK
- Full-time employment
- Posted on 02 Nov, 2018
- Start date:
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- £ 65.0 per day
Perhaps you are keen to undertake a Masters degree in the near future?
EduStaff are currently working with a great Primary School, based in Swale, who are looking to appoint a Psychology Graduate for the position of a SEN Teaching Assistant.
This Primary School is set in the beautiful countryside with extensive grounds and access to its own Farm! This is a newly built school with happy children and a highly supportive leadership team.
The role of a SEN Teaching Assistant will consist of working interdependently with children, outside of the classroom, who have a variety of learning abilities. They will often have mild SEN or be working at a lower ability to the other students. This SEN Teaching Assistant role is a long-term position for the entire academic year, on a daily rate of £60-£65 per day, starting on an immediate basis.
To be considered for the role of a SEN Teaching Assistant you must be a graduate who has obtained a 2:1 or above in your university degree. This role is a great opportunity for both aspiring Primary Teachers and Psychology Graduates looking to gain Special Needs experience.
If you are a Psychology Graduate with a passion for Special Needs, who would like to be considered for the role of a SEN Teaching Assistant, please apply today. Send through a full and updated copy of your CV to Shannon at EduStaff now.
Please note: Due to the high volume of SEN Teaching Assistant applications, only successful SEN Teaching Assistant applicants will be contacted.
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At EduStaff we are a teacher recruitment agency specialising in permanent staffing solutions to schools and teachers in the UK. We recruit for NQTs, Secondary Teachers, Primary Teachers, support staff and leadership roles.
"The recruitment and retention of quality teaching staff is a major factor in the success or failure of any school.
- Recruitment & HR
- London, UK
- 51-200 employees
- Founded in 2010