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Teaching assistant / Learning Support Assistant

Job Title: Teaching assistant / Learning Support Assistant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Barnet, London
Salary: £60 - £80 per day
Start Date: September 2018
REF: UniformTA_1528958263
Contact Name: Amy Mitchell
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 4 years ago

Job Description

Do you have recent experience as a teaching assistant?

Are you looking to build your experience working in secondary schools?...

Then a teaching assistant role may be for you!

** Learning Support Assistant / Teaching Assistant.

** Core Subject and SEN learning support.

** Mathematics Teaching Assistant / Science Teaching Assistant / English Teaching Assistant

** Subject specific - cross curriculum teaching assistant

** September 2018 - (Immediate Starts available)

** £70 - £75 per day.

What you need for the role:

** Bright, confident, ambitious and driven attitude
**Previous experience working with children ages 11-16
**Some experience working with SEN Children

Opportunity has arisen this year for a number teaching assistants to join a Secondary School based in North London. On offer here is the chance for the right person to work as a Teaching Assistant / learning support teaching assistant in the Schools Special Educational Needs Department and core subject classes. The role calls for full time commitment for a full academic year at the least starting this September; there is also the opportunity to start immediately this side of the Summer!

You will be joining an excellent support department, already filled with like minded individuals; ambitious and driven graduates that step up to the teaching assistant roles with enthusiasm and dedication.

The school endeavours to fire up the imaginations of its students, supporting them to develop in ways which stand them in good stead for their future lives and responsibilities as individuals, employees and citizens.

This is an exciting, stimulating place to learn, with a curriculum which focuses on problem-solving, skills development and 'real world' issues and ideas.

The teaching assistant role will see you answering to the SEN Coordinator, working in a learning support capacity. This will include a variety of responsibilities such as one to one's with students that have specific Learning Difficulties and small group intervention work. The SENCO is looking for bright, confident individuals with some previous experience in a child related role.