London Teaching Pool are currently recruiting for a specialist SEN TA/Tutor to work 1-1 with children who are on the ASD spectrum both high and low functioning, at a school based in SW18.
Every pupil is provided with a truly personalised curriculum and one-to-one support by dedicated and passionate staff using Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) and Verbal Behaviour (VB) teaching methods.
This an excellent opportunity to secure a long term position, with the option to go permanent after the first term.
The school is looking for enthusiastic, dynamic and compassionate teaching assistant/1-1 Tutor to come on board and join their hard working SEN team.
- You will need to have previous experience of working within SEN (ideally within complex needs/ ASD).
- You will need to have experience with PECs or MAKATON.
- You will be required to be committed to the development of both yourself and the pupils in your class.
- You must be able to deliver outstanding teaching and learning alongside a multi-disciplinary classroom team.
- You must understand and be committed to safeguarding children.
- BSL qualification or experience would be welcomed.
The schools offers:
- A committed and enthusiastic staff and governors.
- Quality professional development.
- An exciting opportunity to shape the future of our school and to set the culture for achievement and progress for all of our pupils.
- Purposeful, happy and supportive environment with learning for all at its centre.
If you engage the students in a positive way, this will be a very satisfying role, which would look great on your CV.
Apply ASAP for interview!
The daily rate is between £70 - £90 (Dependant on experience and references).
Your application will be passed onto the client and if we do not contact you directly, your application was unsuccessful on this occasion.
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