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Learning support assistant

Job Title: Learning support assistant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Tadworth, Surrey
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Salary: £16000 - £20000 per annum
Start Date: April
REF: KT01_1583424976
Contact Name: David Owen
Contact Email: davido@uniformeducation.co.uk
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

We at Uniform Education are looking for an SEND TA to join one of our partnership schools. You will be responsible for assisting and working with 5 -16 year-old's students, within a SEND provision, that provides an education for children with SEMH and ASD.

This is a permanent contract and intreviews to be held ASAP.

The right candidate preferably should have prior SEND experience as the role involves a mix of challenging behaviour and emotional behaviour, however, applications welcome from graduates.

Responsibilities

  • Evaluate student's abilities to support them better.
  • Adapt learning materials to student's needs
  • Keep track of and reflect on student's progress.
  • Monitor children behavioural patterns.
  • Support through engaging activities to teach skills (e.g. drawing and theatre drama).
  • Manage classroom dilemmas and resolve conflict.
  • Notify parents about their children performance and potential difficulties.
  • Collaborate with staff (e.g. school counsellors and speech therapists) accordingly.


Requirements

  • Proven experience as a Special Education experience
  • Good knowledge of current special education topics and methodologies
  • Experience working with children with a wide range of disabilities
  • A patient, resourceful, and resilient personality
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills


Benefits

  • Competitive wages
  • Career development opportunities
  • Support with dedicated consultants following the placement date.
  • Excellent Refer-a-Friend scheme*


*'refer a friend' scheme that pays you £200 worth of High Street vouchers of your choice for each candidate you refer to us after they have worked and been paid for their first 20 days.