Are you a SEN Teaching Assistant who is passionate about Inclusion?
If yes, then Horsenden Primary School may have just the opportunity for you. The new leadership team are looking to further strengthen the inclusion team with the addition of a SEN Teaching Assistant. As a SEN Teaching Assistant you will play a key role in individual and small group support for identified pupils with special educational needs, be responsible for the inclusion of all pupils as well as delivering specific interventions to reduce barriers to learning.
The right candidate will be:
• A passionate and experienced Teaching Assistant who has an NVQ level 3 or above qualification and experience of working with children with additional needs.
• Flexible and be able to work as part of a team to improve the outcomes for pupils
• Able to plan and deliver a range of interventions for pupils to support their academic and emotional wellbeing
• Actively engaged in improving their own skills through seeking constructive feedback
• Contribute to planning, preparing and delivery of agreed work and support programmes to individual or groups of pupils across KS1 and KS2.
• Use behaviour management strategies in line with the school’s policy and procedures, which contribute to a purposeful learning environment
• Plan and deliver a range of interventions, including Speech, Language and Communication
Horsenden Primary school is a larger than average, 4 form entry primary school in the Greenford area of the London Borough of Ealing, serving a diverse community. The school has fantastic facilities, including the Seahorse Swim School and Children’s Centre.
What we will offer:
An experienced leadership team focussed on school improvement and committed to professional development for all staff. Support and development through an effective appraisal system and regular feedback from monitoring. An enthusiastic team and well behaved children who are eager to make good progress in their learning.
Please note: We DO NOT accept CV's
Horsenden 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.