SEMH Teaching Assistant - All Boys School - ASAPStart

60.00 GBP Daily
10 Aug 2017
19 Aug 2017
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SEMH Teaching Assistant - All Boys School - September Start

Are you a motivated, enthusiastic graduate who sees their future teaching within an SEN school and has a passion for working with children with mental health issues and associated difficulties?

Then don't delay utilise your academic abilities and your passion for special educational needs as you become a Graduate SEMH Teaching Assistant at this forward-looking SEMH School in Redditch.

***SEMH Teaching Assistant
***Inclusive SEMH School located in Redditch
***(term time only)
***Excellent Career Prospects Offered

Person Specification

We are hoping for a sporty role model to work at this lovely school in Redditch. You must possess a trusting, understanding and a compassionate nature. As SEMH Teaching Assistant will have the skills to exhibit strengths that showcase your desire to succeed within education. You must possess a concentration of positivity that flows through your teaching inspiring the class at all times.

About the Role

This SEMH Teaching Assistant position involves helping to add another element to class learning within KS1 exclusively and you will be making sure that the correct resources are ready for use. Recognising and understanding different learning needs is an essential skill of an SEMH Teaching Assistant and you will be refining this awareness on a daily basis as you work with different pupils and teachers across the school.

The School - SEMH Teaching Assistant

This is a Residential Special School for primary age boys (National Curriculum Years 1-6; ages 5-11 years old) with emotional, social and behavioural difficulties with associated learning difficulties.

Staff work extremely hard to achieve excellent standards of teaching and learning and continually review and reflect on their work in order to meet the needs of each individual. The school place great emphasis on the need for each child to develop the skills to be confident, adaptable, independent and self disciplined learners within a learning environment that celebrates success, promotes thinking and enables children to feel happy and secure.

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