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Secondary Special Needs Teaching Assistant

 Protocol Education

£62 - £70 per day, Benefits: Free CPD, Local Work, Competitive Pay, No Umbrella Companies

We are working with a well-known special needs school in the heart of Wandsworth who are seeking learning support assistants/classroom support workers. As a teaching assistant you will be supporting students with their academic, personal and social development. This role is demanding and challenging, but very rewarding. As a specialist school you will be working with students with autism, moderate learning difficulties and varying levels of behaviour in a supportive and team based environment.


A special needs school in Birmingahm city centre are currently seeking a teaching assistant to start on 8th March. The school cater to students with autism, Down syndrome and complex needs from the ages of 14-19 years. To be successful in the role you must have classroon experience working with SEN children.  As a teaching assistant here you will be supporting the  classroom teacher by creating an engaging learning environment and also becoming part of the ‘family'.


Do you have experience of working in a school based environment? Are you looking for your next role in education? We are delighted to be working alongside one of our partner schools in the NG7 area who are looking to add a teaching assistant to their team to work alongside their pupils who present with special needs. The role will be full time and will be contracted until the end of July 2021.


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