Secondary Learning Support / TAs

Location: Southwark, Greater London, England
Job Type: Contract
Industry: Secondary Teacher | SEN Support Jobs | Secondary | Secondary Support
Reference: PE11322265
Salary: £70 - £90 per day
Job Published: 26 days ago
SEN Teaching Assistant (Secondary)
September 2021
Competitive pay rate of between £70-£90 per day (DOE)

The school is seeking to appoint teaching assistants to work with students who have EHCPs and are on the SEND register.
We are looking for enthusiastic and energetic individuals who want to be a part of transforming SEND education in Lambeth.

As part of the school, you will join a community of staff dedicated to transforming education in South London. With a multitude of progression routes and outstanding CPD for support staff, expect to be supported throughout your career. Join us in our mission to positively contribute to cultivating an exceptional learning environment for all our students.

Supporting pupils
· To provide learning support for pupils in class or in 1:1 situations.
· To develop knowledge of the particular needs of the children and seek advice from
the SENCo, class teacher and outside agencies as required.
· To aid access to the full range of learning experiences both inside and outside the
classroom and provide modified materials as required e.g. worksheets, games, visual
prompt cards etc.
· To make or modify resources as suggested and advised by the SENCo, Educational
Psychologist or other outside agencies.
· Provide positive reinforcements, praise and rewards to pupils.
· Facilitate inclusion in small group activities with peers and support interaction
between them.
· To attend in service training and relevant meetings relevant to the post in order to
keep up to date with developments in working with children with special educational

Supporting the SENCO
· To work as part of the team to ensure that the wellbeing and personal development
of the pupil enhances their learning opportunities and life skills.
· To provide regular feedback to the SENCo and, where necessary, relevant outside
agencies about any pupil's difficulties and progress.
· To contribute to the pupils' annual review by writing a brief report and attending the

You will need to
· Have experience of working with children with special educational needs in a
primary school setting
· Have GCSE or equivalent qualifications in Maths and English.
· Graduate level
· Have knowledge and understanding of the different social, cultural and
physical needs of pupils.
· Have an interest in how children learn and behave.
· Provide appropriate role models of behaviour both in the classroom and
around school
· Really care about children, particularly those who find learning and managing
their behaviour difficult.
· Have training in aspects of SEN, i.e. ELSA, dyslexia.

Apply today or to find out more on the role please contact Steve Smith at the following