- Fixed term (Until 31st August 2023)
- £21,269 - £27,514 pro rata (actual salary £16,558 - £21,194)
Level 3 SEN Teaching Assistant job summary
We are looking to appoint 3 SEN Teaching Assistants, who will work in
partnership with classroom teachers to differentiate appropriate support for
pupils with Special Educational Needs. Successful
candidates will be highly motivated, positive and enthusiastic, love working
with children and helping them to strive to achieve against their targets.
What we are looking for:
The successful candidate should
- Be able to develop positive relationships with
- Be able to stay calm and objective when
presented with unusual or challenging behaviour
- Have experience of supporting children with
moderate to severe SEN needs, including autism, ADHD,
behavioural, social and emotional learning difficulties, speech and language
- Be enthusiastic and committed to working as
part of a team
- Be a confident and clear communicator with
- Have GCSEs or equivalent level, including at
least a Grade 4 (previously Grade C) in English and Maths
You must be willing to:
- support and uphold
our Catholic ethos
- design and prepare
resources to support language development and understanding as well as
resources to support children with difficulties in cognition and learning
- implement strategies
as recommended by professionals, e.g. Speech and Language Therapist, which
might include, but are not limited to, teaching language through categorisation
tasks and games, sequencing activities, pre and post tutoring of key
vocabulary, and using a phonological and semantic approach when teaching new
- work in consultation
with the class teacher to create an environment which is language rich, in
terms of spoken language and the use of complementary communication systems
such as visual symbols.
- lead interventions
that target reading comprehension, word reading, and spelling.
- NVQ3 or equivalent
- A high standard of
- high expectations and
a strong commitment to raising standards
- work with initiative
and be self-reliant when appropriate
- a high standard of
general education with good numeracy and literacy skills
- Have experience working
with children with SEN on both a 1:1 basis or within the general classroom environment
- Experience supporting children with
moderate to severe SEN needs including autism, ADHD, behavioural, social and
emotional learning difficulties, speech and language needs
- Knowledge of the Early
Years, KS1, KS2 curriculum
in using ICT to support children
- Knowledge of
teaching phonics and early mathematics
What we offer you:
- A happy and
- Professional and
hard-working staff who go the extra mile for the children
- Happy and confident
children who enjoy learning
- A committed and
supportive Senior Leadership team and Governing Body
This post is covered by Part 7 of the Immigration Act (2016) and
therefore the ability to speak fluent and spoken English is an essential
requirement for this role.
Interviews are expected to take place week commencing 12th September 2022
Applying for the job
Completed application forms and other required documents should be sent by email to: email@example.com by the closing date.
In order for your application to be processed please ensure all required forms are completed and returned. Information relating to these forms can be found in the ‘Notes to Applicants’ document.
Please Note: CVs will not be accepted.
This school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and expect all staff to share this commitment.
The successful candidate will be subject to all necessary pre-employment checks, including: Support Staff enhanced DBS; medical fitness; identity and right to work.
All applicants must provide the details of two suitable referees.Download an application form - 63.1 KB
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