- SEN TA for immediate start
- Outstanding North West London Primary School
- Supporting Primary pupil 1:1 with Downsyndrome
- London Borough of Camden
An 'Outstanding' Primary school in Camden are looking for a skilled and experienced SEN TA to work on a 1:1 with an EYFS pupil with Downsyndrom.
This high achieving school strives to ensure that all children are secure, happy and enjoy learning. This is a 2 form entry excellent primary school based in a fantastic central North West, Camden primary school. The children, parents and staff together create a rich and diverse community.
The SEN TA Role:
As an SEN TA at this School, you will be required to be adaptable, working with a lovely EYFS pupil with Downsyndrome. Supporting the class Teacher, you will help deliver learning activities, encouraging students with their academic progress and also managing behaviour in class. You must be able to work effectively with students on a 1-1 level and use different techniques for encouraging participation as and when required. The ideal SEN TA will be experienced in supporting students with SEN and be familiar with communication techniques.
If you would like to be part of a high quality teaching environment, and are looking for a full time SEN TA role in Hampstead, Camden - please apply below without delay!
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