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EAL TA - Year 1 - Newham

  • Location: Newham
  • Start date: 23 Apr 2019
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11123004
  • Branch: London Primary East
  • Consultant: Billy Wilson
  • Call: 020 3219 7710
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Job description
I am currently recruiting an EAL (English Additional Language) support assistant to work 1-1 with a pupil in on of my primary schools. This position is for a primary school based in the London borough of Newham, the school is in a great location being only 20 minutes travel away from Central London.

The school are looking for someone who can start the first week back after the Easter break and will remain for the rest of the full academic year. You HAVE to be fluent in Urdu/Punjabi/Hindi and English to work as a translator for a pupil with very basic English who is new to the English educational system. This is a newly built school, they are looking for someone who will be excited at the opportunity of being involved in helping someone settle into a new environment. The school has been graded Good' by OFSTED and is looking to progress to Outstanding' by its next review.

Suitable candidates must possess:
- Relevant Qualifications (Applications welcome from NQTs)
- Proven teaching experience
- Strong classroom management skills in line with school behaviour policy
- A professional manner
- Strong interpersonal and organisations skills

In return Protocol Education will offer you something very simple:
• Fast and efficient registration
• Work when and where you want it
• Opportunities in SEN and tuition
• Great rates of pay

For all of this and more Protocol Education were named Temporary Agency of the Year in the 2013 Recruiter Awards, please submit your CV or call Protocol on 020 3219 7710 and ask for Billy Wilson.
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