SEN Teaching Assistant
Have you got experience working with children or with adults with additional needs?
Do you want to help support pupils and make a positive difference in their education?
We are looking for an enthusiastic and resilient individual to work with pupils between the ages of 3 and 11. You will be working in a Primary setting for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN) based in Leeds. We support children with autism spectrum condition (ASC), severe learning difficulties (SLD) and other associated difficulties including challenging behaviour.
As a specialist learning support worker you will work with a fantastic, committed and conscientious team to provide appropriate effective support to meet the specific needs of individual students to help them progress socially and academically.
The school has the highest aspirations for all pupils and teaching & learning strategies are matched to meet their individual needs and learning style. The pupils are grouped according to their individual needs, age and cognitive ability. The staff team understand that all of their pupils are individual and the school aims to provide all of their pupils with the opportunity to learn and make progress in a supportive, safe and nurturing environment. They want their children to enjoy learning and feel proud of their achievements as the school celebrates each step with them.
The responsibilities of this role include:
* Supporting the teacher of the class with pupils learning development
* Working with pupils on a one to one basis or in small groups
* Prepare for lessons (e.g. preparing resources, setting out equipment)
The requirements for this role are:
* A DBS on the update service
* Experience working with children or adults with additional care needs
* Having a dedication to improving the pupils learning experience
* Be a resilient and hardworking individual
If you are interested in this role please send your CV in the first instance or call Karen for further information
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