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Secondary Experienced SEN/Specialists

  • Location: Harrow
  • Start date: 28 Jan 2019
  • Category: Secondary
  • Job reference: PE11105419
  • Branch: London Secondary North
  • Consultant: Christian Franco
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Job description
British Sign Language (BSL) Support Specialist Hearing Impaired Teaching Assistant - North West London

Are you a Psychology/Speech and Language/Linguistics Graduate with a passion for supporting SEN children?

Would you be excited by securing a role as a Hearing Impaired Support Specialist where you can provide children with hearing impairments the best access to education?

Perhaps you have aspirations of becoming a Speech and Language Therapist or SEN Teacher in the future and want to secure valuable school experience?

Graduate SEN LSA role with Hearing Impairment specialism
Supporting children aged 11-16 who have Hearing Impairments
BSL Level 1 qualified or above
BSL Teaching Assistant position starting ASAP
Full academic year of experience
£65 - £80 per day
Access to a wide range of CPD

BSL Support Specialist - Job Specification
This role perfectly suits a Graduate who has completed a degree that links closely to Speech and Language Development. Graduates who now want to put their degree content into practice will be the perfect fit for this SEN support role. Whilst there is access to CPD training at the school, a requirement of Level 1 BSL is required from the outset. Personality-wise, you will need to be caring, thoughtful, patient and genuinely want to make a difference in the lives of the pupils you are working with.

About the Hearing Impairment TA role
In this TA role, you will be required to support and help the development of Hearing Impaired students across the ages of 4-11, supporting their academic studies, develop students social and communication skills in hearing-impaired SEN settings. You will be required to create a stimulating and welcoming learning environment for pupils within the classroom. You will be assisting deaf and hearing impaired children to develop their language and communication skills. You will be planning, preparing and delivering sessions to develop use and understanding of British Sign Language (BSL) for deaf children.

If you agree that this SEN LSA role is the rewarding role that you have been looking for and that it affords you the SEN experience that you have been seeking as you progress on your SEN career, please apply now!

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