Accessibility Links

Special Needs Support

  • Location: Kingston upon Thames
  • Start date: 30 Oct 2017
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Job reference: PE10942452
  • Branch: London SEND South West
  • Consultant: Ashley Joseph
  • Call: 020 8971 1294
This vacancy has now expired.
Job description
Teaching Assistants required in Kingston

Protocol Education is seeking committed, reliable, passionate teaching assistants near Kingston to work in a all through special needs school for the rest of the academic year. The school are offering a one year placement until July 2018 to which they will give the option to extend the placement further depending on performance.

The school strives to meet the diverse and individual needs of its pupils who have special education needs and disabilities. Students with special needs travel from all over London to attend this school as it is one of the biggest in London which provide education for those with autism and complex needs . This is a large school for students aged between 4 - 19; due to this the school like to encourage independence and life skills within the learning.

It is fundamental that any candidate considering this position has prior experience working with students with special educational needs. You will need to demonstrate an enthusiastic and caring attitude to work as you will be required to work in small groups or 1-1 with students.

The school are looking for individuals that are:

• Passionate about working in education
• Experienced working with children with ASD and complex needs
• Adaptable, and able to work in a challenging setting
• Interested in working in a different environment
• Committed, resilient and caring

Here at Protocol Education, we strive to ensure that each and every candidate has an opportunity to find their ideal job. For a number of years we are proud to have worked alongside fantastic institutions of learning (Primary, Secondary and SEND) to provide them with high quality teachers and support staff.

We undertake safeguarding checks on all our workers in accordance with the DfE statutory guidance Keeping Children Safe in Education'. As part of these checks, we require a current Enhanced DBS Disclosure for everyone working in schools. If you do not have a valid subscription to the DBS Update Service, we will require you to complete a new DBS application as part of the registration process, at a cost of £44.00
Similar jobs
  • Learning Disability Support Worker - Based in Schools
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Leicester
  • Protocol Education are working closely with Primary Secondary and SEN schools in and around the Braunstone, Aylestone, Wigston, Beaumont Leys and Glenfield areas to provide consistent and regular
  • KS3 SEND Support Assistant
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Leicester
  • Protocol Education are currently working with a large SEND school to provide a KS3 Learning Support Assistant with complex needs experience to start at the end of October with a view to staying with
  • Learning Disability Support Worker - Based in Schools
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Loughborough
  • Protocol Education are working closely with Primary Secondary and SEN schools in and around the Loughborough area to provide consistent and regular Learning Support Assistants and Teaching Assistants
  • Learning Disability Support Worker - School Based
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Melton Mowbray
  • Protocol Education are working closely with Primary Secondary and SEN schools in and around the Melton Mowbray area to provide consistent and regular Learning Support Assistants and Teaching
  • Outreach Mentor
  • Category: Special Needs
  • Location: Twickenham
  • Outreach Learning Mentor Interview's available now with start date after October half term. I am currently looking for an Outreach Learning Mentor to support a virtual school in the Surrey area
Latest news
Testimonial: Working with Protocol Education as a Supply Teacher
Testimonial: Working with Protocol Education as a Supply Teacher
To begin with, I was on the books of four teaching agencies in London. Very quickly, and not at all by chance, I dropped the other three, and put m
Read blog
11/10/18
Stories From My Teaching Career
Stories From My Teaching Career
We asked our teachers for the most memorable stories from their teaching career and we weren't disappointed. "I have had so many great days, where s
Read blog
08/10/18
Using Drama and Stories across Curriculum
Using Drama and Stories across Curriculum
It’s early morning in the cold community hall on the edges of the ‘Twelve Toes Tops’ mountain range. The villagers are angry about
Read blog
27/09/18
Best and Worst Things to Say to Children Who are Out of Control
Best and Worst Things to Say to Children Who are Out of Control
Every teacher knows how difficult it is to follow the learning plan with disruptive students in the classroom. Jo wrote this blog to share her dos an
Read blog
17/09/18
Best Ways To Get To Know Your New Students
Best Ways To Get To Know Your New Students
The new school year is here and this means you will probably meet a new group of students. Knowing students' names is a great way to start off &nbs
Read blog
07/09/18
View all news
CPD REC Investors in People UKAS