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SEN 1-1 Teaching Assistant

  • Location: Slough
  • Start date: 07 Jan 2019
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE11060934
  • Branch: Uxbridge
  • Consultant: Charlotte Duignan
  • Call: 01895 451 960
Job description
SEN 1-1 Teaching Assistant

Are you looking for an exciting, new challenge?
Are you passionate about transforming the lives of our very youngest pupils?
Are you a graduate? Considering becoming a teacher?
If so, we have the job for you!
Salary grade: MPS/Unqualified

Our school is a three form entry school, set in wonderful grounds in Langley and close to great transport links into London. They are part of a small academy Trust with a shared vision of children learning through Curiosity, Exploration and Discovery'. As part of the Trust, they are pioneering in their use of Museum Learning. They are committed to providing an outstanding education for their pupils and are looking to appoint inspirational class teachers, dedicated to making a difference in their exciting and forward thinking Academy.

They are looking for enthusiastic SEN 1-1 Teaching Assistant to offer additional support for 2 children your time will be split between 2 children 1 is a Year 1 child and the other is a Year 1 child.

They are seeking a Teaching Assistant who has a real passion for education, who understands how to create an inspiring learning environment and provide rich, creative and stimulating opportunities for their children.

As a role model for the school community, you will raise levels of pupil achievements and help to foster a positive learning environment. We will look to you to create a commitment to learning, which enthuses children and gives them the motivation to do well. In return, you will benefit from great support from The Trust, further training and professional development. As part of a dedicated team, you will have opportunities to develop your wider skills and interests to benefit our children.

They can offer you an innovative and creative school, who are working towards excellence. Their school has a lovely outdoor learning space including their own roundhouse, as well as having our own goats, sheep and chickens on site to further enhance their children's learning.

If you are interested please contact Kelly Hopkins on 01895 451 960 or email your CV to kelly.hopkins@protocol-education.com.


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