Best In Class Ltd
Are you a compassionate and dedicated Specialist Teaching Assistant looking to showcase your skillset in a new school environment? Would you be interested in working in a resourced provision as part of a hard working team of education professionals? If yes then this role could be perfect for you!
Best In Class is looking to appoint a passionate SEN Teaching Assistant to play a vital role in supporting pupils with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) to access their education within mainstream classes, enabling them to be fully included in school life and achieve their potential. You will provide one-to-one or small group support to pupils in mainstream classes, assisting with tasks, reinforcing learning objectives and providing encouragement and guidance as needed. As an SEN TA, you will collaborate with the class teacher and Resourced Provision staff to implement individualised support plans and interventions for pupils, ensuring their needs are met and progress is monitored. It is important within this role that you can work closely with other professionals, including speech and language therapists, occupational therapists and educational psychologists to support pupils holistic development and meet the objectives set out on their EHCP. Having a resilient, adaptable and positive approach to this role is essential as every day is completely different and there will be occasional challenges that you will have to manage and work through. The school are willing to offer relevant and professional training for the right candidate to develop their skills and enhance their knowledge of ASC.
The school currently have a Resourced Provision specifically for students who need additional support, providing them with a varied amount of resources and materials to support their development and learning. The school environment offers a well stocked library, access to a kitchen for cooking classes, a radio station and a green screen to create animations. This offers a modern way of learning and enables you to utilise this wide range of resources to support your teaching. As part of the Priestley Trust, it is expected that the level of education taught will be of a high standard; this offers a range of opportunities for you to broaden your knowledge and skillset as well as, the scope for personal development.
The ideal candidate will:
- Be passionate about shaping the lives of the young children you work with
- Believe in an equal education taught to all and want to uphold this through your teaching
- Have the ability to work collaboratively as part of a multidisciplinary team
- Contribute to a positive and inclusive school environment
The successful candidate must have:
- Qualifications relating to the role, ideally Level 3 or above
- Experience working with people with learning difficulties
- An enhanced DBS that is registered to the update service
- Two suitable references covering the past two years
- Right to work in the U.K
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