SEN Teaching assistant needed in Much Hadham – Hertfordshire
The London Teaching Pool are currently looking for an experienced LSA (teaching assistant)
You do not need to have experience working in an SEN school to apply. This position is working with children and Adults.
Learning Support Assistants typically work Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4pm and there is possibility of perm positions. Experience of working with children with challenging behaviours would be extremely beneficial to be successful in supporting the young children.
- Pupils have a range of needs, including:
- Complex medical needs
- Downs Syndrome
- Autistic Spectrum Disorder
- Physical disabilities
- Epilepsy experience
- Working with Adults or Children
- Excellent prospects
- Payrates are the highest in the current market
- EBD/mental health experience
The schools offers:
- A committed and enthusiastic staff and governors
- Quality professional development
- An exciting opportunity to shape the future of the 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.
The school will be doing an induction morning, and following this agency staff would typically need to do one day in the classroom.
The location of the school will be better to access if you have a driving licence. However if you know the area then it is not essential .
If you feel you have the desired qualities and are looking for a new challenge please apply with an up to date CV.
We offer a £130 referral bonus for every person you recommend whom we go onto place into employment and meets our terms and conditions. If you know anyone looking for a teaching role now or in the future please send us their name, email address and contact number to email@example.com or call 020 8709 6540.
TLTP Group is an Equal Opportunities employer. Subject to observance of all UK and EU current legislation we shall not discriminate to exclude individuals on the grounds of age, race, colour, gender (birth or reassigned), sexual orientation, disability, religion or belief, marital status, ethnic or national origin, health, pregnancy, childcare responsibilities or criminal records. Candidates from such groups are actively encouraged to apply.