1:1 Primary Teaching Assistant – Tower Hamlets
Do you hold a UK-based degree?
Do you want to take up a new and exciting opportunity in a mainstream school in Tower Hamlets, working within their SEN department?
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced 1:1 Teaching Assistant to join a supportive provision in Tower Hamlets, East London
***1:1 Teaching Assistant required for full-time role in Tower Hamlets
***Experience supporting vulnerable children essential for this role
***1:1 Teaching Assistant required for SEN role – KS2 pupil with additional needs
***Must have a minimum of a 2:1 degree!
***Long-term, full-time role only – no day-to-day or part-time roles for 1:1 Teaching Assistant
***Amazing career opportunities into Educational Psychology from this experience
***£65-£70 for 1:1 Teaching Assistant
The 1:1 Teaching Assistant specification:
>Minimum 2:1 degree with demonstrable theoretical knowledge of relevant position
>Experience in a similar role or working within vulnerable individuals essential
>Highly resilient with excellent personability.
Responsibilities of the 1:1 Teaching Assistant
>Work 1:1 with key pupils in all their lessons and take them out for individual based support
>Create and maintain a safe, positive learning environment
>Prepare learning materials and assist in creating a stimulating environment
>Work with pupils with a range of complex disabilities, adjusting to their needs.
>Ensure the emotional and physical well-being of the child is protected
The school is based within the heart of Tower Hamlets which is easily accessible by both car and public transport. The Headteacher aims to ensure an inclusive environment is kept and is highly invested in their graduate’s progression into teacher training. This opportunity is perfect for a graduate who is looking to start a career as Educational Psychologist or SENCO.
If you are passionate about inspiring those pupils who need extra support, send your CV over to Sophie Davey at EduStaff to be considered for this 1:1 Teaching Assistant role