Part-time Teaching Assistant – Waltham Forest – Private SEN Academy – Autism and Multiple Learning Difficulties - Aged 5 - 18 Years – Part-time – Starting ASAP

Are you looking for an exciting and challenging position within a Private SEN Academy with “Excellent” facilities?

Are you a confident and supportive individual Looking for a new challenge in SEN (Special Educational Needs)?

Do you have a passion for helping students/ young adults with (SEN) Special Educational Needs?

If you feel that this role is for you, and you have the skills to support these children whilst providing them with the best start to their future. Then please do not hesitate to contact Lewis Gilhooley at FRCE - (Apply online only) (Option 2)

Short Summary – Part-time Teaching Assistant

- Must have a current DBS Children/ Adults disclosure within 1 years of issue.
- Working with ages 5 - 18 Years of age.
- Be able to travel to Waltham forest and be there for 8:20am – 3:30pm.

The Role – Part-time Teaching Assistant

Ideally you will have at least an NVQ level 1 (equivalent or higher) in Childcare or SEN Level 1 (equivalent or higher). You must at least have 4 months practical experience of working with children with (SEN) Special Educational Needs. You must be able to demonstrate your ability to put theory into practice. You should be a good communicator and have an engaging personality with an approachable nature.

- 5 years of references (Can be Work/ Educational).
- 4 months practical experience of working within (SEN) Special Educational Needs.
- A current DBS certificate registered with the online update service.
- Certificate of recent Safeguarding & Child Protection training.
- £60 - 100 per day, dependant on experience.

The School – Part-time Teaching Assistant

The Academy holds excellent Ofsted reports. The settings are bright, pleasant and fun to work in. We want a experienced Part-time Teaching Assistant who enjoy providing a fun and creative environment for children, who understand the importance of safeguarding and who are focused on providing a quality provision with demonstrable outcomes being achieved. Pupils have additional complex sensory, physical and communication challenges to learning that need further resources, equipment and support. The school has successfully adapted to accommodate this development by developing and implementing a bespoke curriculum, assessment system and approach to learning.

How to apply – Part-time Teaching Assistant

If this sounds like the ideal Part-time Teaching Assistant role for you, please send your application to (url removed) or Call Lewis Gilhooley for more information on (Apply online only) (Option 2)
- All roles are subject to a DBS/CRB check
- We pay for Referrals if you know an Experienced Part-time Teaching Assistant bring them on board

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