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SEN Teaching Assistant

  • Location: Barnet
  • Start date: 03 Jan 2018
  • Category: Primary
  • Job reference: PE10939235
  • Branch: London North Primary
  • Consultant: Daniel Gordon
  • Call: 0208 371 7900
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Job description
We are urgently recruiting for an outstanding, dedicated Special Educational Needs Teaching Assistant with recent classroom experience, for a full-time position. This position is for a primary school based in the London borough of Barnet.

The school aims to provide the highest standards of teaching and learning so that all children can achieve their academic potential. As a school they ensure that they foster and develop the social and emotional well-being of their children as well as concentrating on developing the potential of their staff. The role is to work as a teaching assistant/SEN assistant, the school are looking for a flexible member of staff who is capable of fulfilling both roles.

We are seeking applicants who have the appropriate personal characteristics, experience, knowledge and skills in order that they can provide flexible and effective support within a SEN Teaching Assistant role.

Candidates should ideally:
• Have previous SEN experience working with young people.
• Have good communication skills
• Have a good sense of humour
• Be flexible
• Have Excellent attendance and punctuality record

In return Protocol Education can offer;
• Local job opportunities with a dedicated consultant
• Access to professionally accredited training and courses including Cache Endorsed Learning Programmes (ELPs)
• In-branch workshops and seminars delivering skills and knowledge TAs need to be effective in the classroom and beyond
• Competitive Pay rates
• The peace of mind of working with a reputable and established company


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