Step Teachers currently have an opportunity for a SEN Teaching Assistant based in North West London at a primary school upholding ‘Good’ status. This is a Full-time Permanent position commencing in the New Year!
This is an exclusive advertisement for Step Teachers only!
The School has asked for a proficient SEN T/A that has the following attributes:
- Either a CACHE level 2 or higher with experience of working in a mainstream primary school at KS2 level (Year 3).
- You must have plenty of experience in assisting with SEN children!
- The successful candidate will demonstrate a proven ability to successfully manage learning development projects.
- Your schemes of work will be creative, varied and flexible enough to promote differentiation, and commitment to the pupil’s progression.
- You should have the ability to teach and inspire positive learning attitudes.
This is a great primary school that we have worked with regularly, where the set belief is that learning must be meaningful and purposeful working closely with the community and celebrating the diversity of the UK. All staff aims to prepare the children for life in modern Britain and to ensure that the school ethos, curriculum, and approaches to teaching and learning reflect and promote British values. The school assures that the pupils will leave feeling inspired by residential trips, outdoor learning, a curriculum that is relevant to them and they will have a passion for learning throughout their life.
We work with fantastic schools in North West London, each provides their own unique flare and challenges. This makes for an incredibly dynamic and stimulating role as a SEN Teaching Assistant. At Step Teachers, you will always be supported throughout your teaching journey, and we strongly believe in the importance of the work that teachers do.
To be eligible to apply for this role through Step Teachers you will first need to undergo our registration process which includes; a face to face interview, full referencing, qualification checks and the obligatory safeguarding checks as step teachers are committed to the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff to share this commitment.
Please contact Sophie for more information on how to apply.