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Are you passionate about ensuring equal opportunities for children from diverse backgrounds? Is your commitment centred on creating an inclusive and supportive environment? Your ideal opportunity awaits as a SEN Teaching Assistant in the scenic town of Wheatley in Oxford.

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Provide assistance to students with SEN, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ADHD, and Social, Emotional, and Mental Health Difficulties (SEMH), in both individual and group settings.
  • Expand your role beyond teaching to become an individual mentor for students, ensuring availability for any challenges they may encounter and handling confidential matters with discretion.
  • Develop, present, and evaluate inspiring learning programs to ensure a high standard of teaching for the students.
  • Requirements:

  • Qualifications (QTS) and experience working with children with SEN, preferably in an educational or social care setting.
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to work collaboratively in various situations.
  • Passion for working with children with SEN.
  • Desire to inspire children with SEN to achieve their aspirations.
  • Ability to adapt teaching methods for different groups of children.
  • Previous teaching experience with children of the same age group (5-11 years).
  • Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary: £30,000-£46,500.
  • Continuous professional development opportunities while working with the school.
  • Opportunity to progress through the school to more leadership roles.
  • Enjoy a great working environment in the beautiful area of Wheatley, UK.
  • If the prospect of making a meaningful impact on the lives of children excites you, and you have a passion for igniting curiosity and unlocking the potential within each individual learner, take the proactive step and apply for this exceptional opportunity. Seize the chance to be a source of inspiration in someone else’s life – make sure you don’t miss out, and submit your application today.

    Are you passionate about ensuring equal opportunities for children from diverse backgrounds? Is your commitment centred on creating an inclusive and supportive environment? Your ideal opportunity awaits as a SEN Teaching Assistant in the scenic town of Wheatley in Oxford.

    Roles and Responsibilities:

  • Provide assistance to students with SEN, including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ADHD, and Social, Emotional, and Mental Health Difficulties (SEMH), in both individual and group settings.
  • Expand your role beyond teaching to become an individual mentor for students, ensuring availability for any challenges they may encounter and handling confidential matters with discretion.
  • Develop, present, and evaluate inspiring learning programs to ensure a high standard of teaching for the students.
  • Requirements:

  • Qualifications (QTS) and experience working with children with SEN, preferably in an educational or social care setting.
  • Excellent communication skills with the ability to work collaboratively in various situations.
  • Passion for working with children with SEN.
  • Desire to inspire children with SEN to achieve their aspirations.
  • Ability to adapt teaching methods for different groups of children.
  • Previous teaching experience with children of the same age group (5-11 years).
  • Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary: £30,000-£46,500.
  • Continuous professional development opportunities while working with the school.
  • Opportunity to progress through the school to more leadership roles.
  • Enjoy a great working environment in the beautiful area of Wheatley, UK.
  • If the prospect of making a meaningful impact on the lives of children excites you, and you have a passion for igniting curiosity and unlocking the potential within each individual learner, take the proactive step and apply for this exceptional opportunity. Seize the chance to be a source of inspiration in someone else’s life – make sure you don’t miss out, and submit your application today.

  • experience

    Teaching

  • skills

    ability to track progression in attainment,background in youth work,behaviour management,building relationships,classroom management,communication,de-escalation techniques,empathy,experience in administering medication,experience in managing challenging behaviour,experience with autism spectrum disorders,experience with learning difficulties,experience with social emotional mental health,inclusiveness,manual handling,marking,mentor experience,personal care experience,planning,resilience,restraint training,speech and language therapy experience

  • qualifications

    BA Hons (QTS),BSc Hons (QTS),QTS

  • education

    high school

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