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1:1 SEND Early Years Teaching Assistant

  • Location: Camden
  • Start date: 12 Feb 2018
  • Category: Early Years
  • Job reference: PE10978552
  • Branch: London Primary Central
  • Consultant: Natalie Nafizy
  • Call: 020 3219 7720
Job description
1:1 SEND Teaching Assistant Required in Camden!

My client is looking to appoint a SEND Teaching Assistant to join their team for 2 days a week on a long-term basis. The school is situated in the buzzing centre of London, Kings Cross.

The post will be working alongside a 1-year old boy who has delayed development and suffers with epilepsy. You will have lots of support in your role and work alongside key workers and a very knowledgeable team.

You MUST hold a valid paediatric first aid certificate and have an excellent knowledge of the EYFS/KS1 national curriculum and hold SEND experience. You will report to parents on the development, progress and attainment of the child.

This is a lovely children's centre in the heart of Camden. They pride themselves on building positive relationships with the pupils and parents.

This is a fantastic opportunity where you will also join Protocol Education where we are dedicated to the development of your career! We offer a range of benefits when registering with us:

•We offer a wide range of training opportunities for teachers and support workers with regular seminars and online courses. Courses are often completely free exclusively to those registered with Protocol Education.
•Protocol Education can get you clear and out to work faster than any other agency with fast and efficient forms and online DBS checks!
•An online series of top tips all easily accessible on our website, with videos on activities for the classroom.
•Protocol Education offers local coverage with your own personal consultant.

If this is a role you would love to be put forward for please contact Protocol Education on 020 3219 7715 and send us your up to day CV today!
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