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SEND TAs

  • Location: Sittingbourne
  • Start date: 30 Sep 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10914202
  • Branch: Kent
  • Consultant: Lauren McLaughlin
  • Call: 01795 507399
Job description
Are you a mainstream teaching assistant looking to take a step into SEN - Special Educational Needs?

Here at Protocol Education, we are working with a number of schools in the Sittingbourne area to recruit SEN TAs. These roles will give you the opportunity to work with all students but the ideal candidates would feel confident in helping on a 1:1 basis as well as working with other classroom professionals. These are demanding yet exceptionally worthwhile roles in supporting children to achieve their potential.

The schools we are working with require SEN TAs who have essential experience in working with students with a range of physical, mental health, cognitive, communicative and interactive special needs.

To be successful for this role you must:

•Have an understanding of SEN teaching methods and the capability to make a distinction across the ability and need range
•Have excellent behaviour management skills
•Have the ability to build and manage relationships constructively with a wide range of pupils
•Have a current and valid DBS Check
•Have a proven track record of working with children

Availability from September 2017 however earlier start may be open to the right candidates. For more information apply now or contact the Kent branch on 01795 507399
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