Autism Specialist Teaching Assistant- London Are you a hard-working Autism Specialist Teaching Assistant looking for your next role in London? We are currently recruiting on behalf of a two-form entry Primary School in London, London to start ASAP until the end of the academic year. This is a full-time, long-term role with a salary of £80 per day. To join us and be successful in this Teaching Assistant role, you will need to: * Hold a Level 3 Teaching Assistant Qualification * Be subject to an Enhanced DBS Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks * Provide a CV with at least 1 years' experience working with SEN * Have the legal right to work in the UK About the school We are recruiting for an Autism Specialist Teaching Assistant on behalf of a friendly, popular and successful primary school.
SEN Teaching Assistant | London SEN Teaching Assistant Have you got a genuine interest in SEN? Would you like to join a fantastic school for the next academic year and work 1:1 with a student diagnosed with ASD? Perhaps you would like to use this experience before entering a Masters course? If so, this long-term SEN Teaching Assistant post could be for you!
We are looking to recruit an Early Years Practitioner to join a beautiful primary school based in Westminster. They are looking for a friendly, passionate and knowledgeable Early Years Practitioner to join their team. This is a fantastic opportunity for either an experienced or newly qualified Early Years Practitioner to work as part of a forward-thinking team. we are looking to appoint Early Years Practitioners who can provide high quality childcare and by looking after every aspect of a child's needs each day ensuring they are kept safe, stimulated and most of all having fun!
An SEND school based in Westminster specialising in SLD and PMLD that cater for students aged between 4 and 19 are looking for a teaching assistant to join their support staff f team. They require a teaching assistant for a long term, full time role to work within their well resourced primary department. You will be required to provide 1:1 support for a Key Stage 2 pupil with a specific physical disability who requires manual handling and hosting in and out of a wheelchair on a daily basis. You may also be required to provide general and in class support and to lead small group interventions to SEND students under the direction of the Learning Support Coordinator.
Early Years Practitioner Term Time | 5 days a week | Academic Year | Temp to Perm Start Date: ASAP Roles - 2x Senior Early Years Practitioners and 2x Early Years Practitioners We have excellent professional development opportunities for enthusiastic and committed EYFS practitioners. We are looking to recruit Early Years Practitioners for our clients in Westminster on a long term basis. You will: - Be involved in contributing to the teaching and learning programme in line with the aims and objectives of the school - Provide activities for children's learning and support their independence as learners You must have: - The commitment to provide first class childcare - The ability to promote good practice in a professional manner - Good organisational skills - A caring, kind and approachable manner - An understanding on how children develop and learn - Ability to use your own initiative to organise activities and tasks If you are ambitious, successful and excited by learning, please apply now or contact our office for more information. Requirements for ideal candidate: - At least one year working as a Teaching Assistant and full and relevant Level 3 qualification in Early Years Care and Education, NNEB or equivalent qualification - GCSE in English and Maths at grade C or above What can LTF Recruitment can offer you?
SEN TA (Special Needs Teaching Assistant) for January An 'Outstanding' Primary school in London is looking for an experienced and approachable SEN TA/Teaching Assistant for a position starting ASAP or in January on a long term contract working with Autistic pupils ASD Specialist SEN TA All London boroughs £80 - £90 per day Outstanding' school Full time position Start ASAP Role Information For this position you will need to be an experienced Teaching Assistant/SEN TA who has worked with pupils who either have Severe Learning Difficulties or who are on the autistic spectrum. All schools are well connected on public transport and are friendly, vibrant parts of London with lots of shops, cafes and bars nearby. You will mainly be working with Key Stage 1 & Key Stage 2 pupils who all have a diagnosis of autism and have significant delay in their academic and social ability. Many of these students have limited communication skills and as a result experience working with students who have speech, language and communication needs (SLCN) would be advantageous.
Speech and Language TA - London Are you a Speech and Language (SaLT) Graduate with a minimum 2.2 degree? Are you keen to gain further experience of working with children in a school setting as you pursue your future career goals? If you are a Speech and Language Therapy Graduate looking at becoming a professional Speech and Language Therapist, Educational Psychologist or even an SEN Teacher then this is the ideal opportunity for you.
Learning and Behaviour Mentor - London- Perfect pre-PGCE training opportunity A conscientious graduate who excels across the board is wanted to become a Learning and Behaviour Mentor at this forward thinking Primary school in London ***Learning and Behaviour Mentor at a well-backed Primary School ***London ***£80-90 per day dependent on experience ***Long Term, Full-Time Learning and Behaviour Mentor position starting ASAP ***Interviews to be held via SKYPE or Zoom Are you an aspiring primary school teacher but need a full paid year of school-based experience before you embark on your primary PGCE? LTF Recruitment has been granted permission to advertise on behalf of one of our partnership schools: the role is for a Learning and Behaviour Mentor in a vibrant secondary school in London Person Specification - Learning and Behaviour Mentor Opportunity This Learning and Behaviour Mentor role requires an innovative graduate who has achieved a 2:1 or above in your degree and has the skills to take on additional responsibilities in their stride. You must have the skills to gain the trust of the students in your class and act as a role model from day one. Ideally, the school need a graduate who is able to demonstrate to both staff and students their passion for teaching as a profession.
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