Full Time SEND Teaching Assistant needed in Catsle Bromwich
Are you a qualified Teaching Assistant? Do you have experience of working in an SEND environment? Are you passionate in supporting SEND Children?
Just teachers are currently looking for a Teaching Assistant to work with a diverse and warm SEND School based in Castle Bromwich. The school holds 230 children aged between 4 – 19 years old who present wide range of learning difficulties and complex needs including Autistic spectrum Disorder. You will be required to assist the teacher by supporting a small group of children in both Primary and Secondary. This is a full time position starting in January.
- Teaching Assistant
- Special School
- Full time
- Primary and Secondary
This larger than average special school are looking for an innovative and soft approaching teaching assistant to help develop the children’s learning. You will be a committed and patient individual who is always willing to ensure each child has reached its full potential. You will hold a recognised and relevant NV1 level 2 qualification or be able to demonstrate equivalent knowledge, experience and skills. You will have some experience in support SEND children and are very passionate in supporting them.
Interviews are currently taking place so if you are interested in this exciting opportunity please click apply or contact justteachers for more information.
Through working for justteachers you can expect to receive the following: –
- Working with a team of dedicated and friendly consultants
- Professional and organised structure
- 24 hour service
- A rewarding teaching environment
- Professional career development
justteachers is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children therefore all applicants are subject to an Enhanced Disclosure and full referencing prior to work for justteachers.
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