PRIMARY GRADUATE SEN TEACHING ASSISTANT 1:1 SUPPORT Teaching Assistant Competitive pay Brilliant way to extend SEN experience Autism - SEN Do you have an undergraduate degree in Psychology? Do you have SEN experience, in a School or other setting? Do you have the drive & passion to continue your support assisting SEN children at Primary level? A Primary School that I currently work with in Southwark is seeking an SEN Teaching Assistant and is specifically looking for a Graduate who has some experience previously supporting SEN children or young adults. It is vital that a Graduate has an understanding of SEN as the role will entail working 1:1 with an SEN pupil who requires tailored and dedicated support, with the aim to raise their attainment and behaviour as much as possible this academic year. The pupil has Autism so it is vital that the right Graduate is confident supporting them, in what can be such a challenging but ultimately rewarding position. Knowledge of Autism is essential as this child has a purposely designed and tailored learning plan to ensure they reach their own targets at the end of the year. The position is for the beginning of the new academic year (mid-September), with the view for settled in and motivated Graduates to continue until July 2018. This SEN Teaching Assistant position is an excellent position for a Graduate with a passion for SEN, and in particular for those who are considering beginning a career as a Mentor, Therapist, or Clinical/Child/Educational Psychologist. The School is part of an impressive group of local Schools within Southwark and aims to progress children in a positive path, not only academically but socially and emotionally. Within easy walking distance from two easily accessible train stations this School very much aims to employ outgoing, enthusiastic and friendly teaching and support staff. To apply for this role please send your CV to Becki at Academics for immediate shortlisting. Please only apply if you are a Graduate who has.. an undergraduate degree experience working with SEN individuals previously a passion to extend their SEN experience a patient and confident demeanour experience working with Autism