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Primary Special Needs Teaching Assistant (Wimbledon)

  • Location: Wimbledon
  • Start date: 03 Sep 2018
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE11029671
  • Branch: London Primary South West
  • Consultant: Oliver Young
  • Call: 020 8971 1285
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Job description
Primary Special Needs Teaching Assistant (Wimbledon)

My client are looking for a special needs teaching assistant to join them on a full time basis in October 2018. They are an Outstanding Ofsted Rated Primary School and are looking for an enthusiastic and friendly individual who will put their all into the job. You would be working with a young child in Year 4 who suffers from Autism. He occasionally can act out from being frustrated and not understanding the work set for him.

Ideal Skills for this job role;

* A patience and desire to work with a child who has special needs
* Previous experience working with a young child who has Autism
* The drive to further develop yourself through school training.

All applicants require

Have the legal right to work in the UK
Be able to provide 2 references, covering a minimum 6 month period within the last year, from senior members of staff who have seen you teach.
Hold or be prepared for us to apply for a full DBS

If you would like to apply then please click the link below or email me at oliver.young@protocol-education.com with a copy of your CV and short cover letter detailing why you think you would be suitable for this role.


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