SEN Teaching Assistant
Hours: 21 hours per week, work pattern to be agreed at interview.
Salary: Hay 10 (£9,960 - £10,570 per annum)
Please note, this is a temporary post until the funding ceases, or the child leaves the school.
At St Barnabas Primary and Nursery School we are committed to providing high quality education for all our pupils. We believe in learning without limits, giving all pupils the confidence to grow and fulfil their potential.
We are looking for a keen practitioner who can work independently and take initiative while developing purposeful, strong relationships with children, staff and parents.
In particular the successful candidate will have had successful experience of:
• Supporting a pupil with social communication difficulties including receptive language and attention difficulties.
• Delivering a differentiated, personalised EYFS curriculum that meets the learning needs of the pupil.
• Speech and language interventions.
• Interventions that support emotional regulation for a child with some challenging behaviours.
• Supporting pupils with sensory processing needs.
In return we can offer you:
• A warm, welcoming and supportive team.
• Hard working and respectful children.
• Opportunities to engage in training and continued professional development.
Visits to the school are not possible, for more information please contact the school office for an appointment to speak to the SENDco or Class teacher.
Closing date for applicants is Friday 1st October 12pm.
Interviews will take place on Friday 8th October from 9am onwards.
The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the safety and welfare of children and young people. All staff and volunteers are expected to share this commitment and all appointments will be subject to appropriate vetting, including an enhanced CRB disclosure check.
Some roles may need to comply with the ‘Childcare Act 2006’ and the ‘Childcare (Disqualification) Regulations 2009’ were additional disclosure of information will be required.
St Barnabas CofE Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.We particularly welcome applications from under represented groups including ethnicity, gender, transgender, age, disability, sexual orientation or religion.