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  • Sector:

    SEN Teaching

  • Job type:

    Long-Term Contracts

  • Salary:

    £60 - £85 per day

  • Contact:

    Charlotte Bacon

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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  • Startdate:



  • Long term
  • South Croydon
  • September Start
  • Interviewing Immediately
  • £60 - £85p/d
  • Part Time (26 Hours)


Reeson Education are currently looking for a SEN TA to work with Early Years Foundation Stage, part time. This is a September 2020 start. This is a fantastic opportunity to work within a good Ofsted rated, special needs school situated in South Croydon. In the first instance, you will be working at a different provision and joining the main school from January 2020, both sites are situated in South Croydon. This is a long-term role. This school specialises in educating students with complex learning difficulties. The successful SEN TA needs to have previous experience working with children with SLD and PMLD and preferably have training/qualifications with EYFS as having prior experience working with physical disabilities or profound multiple learning difficulties (PMLD). This school are looking for a TA of Special needs across Primary, your role will be working as a SEN teaching assistant, working in small groups or on a 1:1 basis. This role requires personal care and manual handling therefore experience in both is essential.

The School:

This fantastic special school is situated in Croydon. They have approximately 100 students between the ages of 4 -19 and are planning to expand even more for September 2020. They can support pupils with severe learning difficulties as well as profound multiple learning difficulties. It is the school's focus to make sure they make a difference in all of their student lives, by providing excellent teaching and creating a safe environment for their pupils to learn within.

The Ideal Applicant:

The Headteacher is looking for a SEN TA with a can-do attitude, someone who is honest, resilient and most importantly respectful. As this vacancy is a September start it is key for any new member of staff that joins the school that a smooth transition takes place, in order to create minimal disruption for the students after the summer holidays.

The ideal candidate will have prior experience working with children with complex needs in either a mainstream or a special school. We need someone who is highly confident in supporting students with complex needs.

If this role is of interest, please ensure you upload an up to date CV.

Due to COVID 19, any successful candidates who are shortlisted for interview, will be required to interview through Zoom/TEAMS.

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