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Psychology Graduate Wanted! - Learning Support Assistant

Graduate at Edustaff

Psychology Graduate Wanted! - Learning Support Assistant

Graduate at Edustaff

  • LocationLondon, UK
  • Position levelGraduate
  • Job period iconFull-time employment
  • Application deadline iconApply by 15 Feb, 2019
  • Application deadline iconPosted on 17 Dec, 2018
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  • Competitive£ 80.0 per day
£60 - £80 a daySEN Teaching Assistant - Westminster, Central London - 1:1 and Group Work - SEN Teaching Assistant
Are You a Psychology Graduate? Do you want to gain experience working in a school environment before studying for a Masters?
Perhaps you are passionate about education and want to gain experience as a SEN Teaching Assistant before entering teacher training?
If so, this opportunity could be ideal for you. Working as a SEN Teaching Assistant, the role sees you working 1:1 with an autistic child, gaining experience in a leading Secondary School in Central.
***SEN Teaching Assistant at a modern primary school in Westminster, Central London
***SEN Teaching Assistant position available September
***Long Term/Interim, Full-Time SEN Teaching Assistant post
***£60 - £80 per day for the SEN Teaching Assistant dependent on experience
***Suitable for a Psychology graduate
***Fantastic chance to gain hands on experience within the classroom
The school is found in Westminster, Central London. The successful SEN Teaching Assistant will be able to easily commute on both the Jubilee and Metropolitan line with the school being a short walk from the station.
A well-regarded school, this position will see you joining the school as a SEN Teaching Assistant, working with special needs throughout the school. The school is oversubscribed and is the first choice for several parents within the local area.
This vacancy is designed for an ambitious Psychology student that can work enthusiastically within the classroom. The SEN Teaching Assistant will want to use this experience as a spring board to either go in to teaching or study for their Masters. As with all roles within a classroom, you need to have a positive outlook and a real passion for education!
As a SEN Teaching Assistant, you will be supporting learning with students that have autism. The school is passionate about SEN and they see this role as vital to the well being and development of students. No day is ever the same for a SEN Teaching Assistant and you will be well supported throughout your time at the school.
If you feel you would flourish as a SEN Teaching Assistant in this modern primary school in Westminster, Central London then get your application in today! Click 'Apply Now' to send your CV to Richard Rawlings at EduStaff today.

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