New Directions are currently recruiting for a SEN Teaching Assistant to join a a SEN school in Knowsley. The role is primarily to support children between the ages of 3 to16 with Autism but may also include aspects of working with small groups of children who require additional support. The role is to start in September 2021 and continue as funding allows.
New Directions Education are looking for Candidates for these roles that
• NVQ Level 2 for Teaching Assistants or equivalent
• a good standard of education in English and Mathematics
• experience of supporting children in a classroom environment, including those with special educational needs
• the ability to establish positive relationships with pupils and emphasise with their needs
• the ability to consistently and effectively implement behaviour management strategies
• the ability to monitor the pupil(s) response to learning activities and be able to modify or adapt the activities to achieve the intended learning outcomes
If you feel you are suited to this position you are encouraged to apply.
The role of a Special Educational Needs Teacher will require
Jobs in Special Educational Needs (SEN)
A large number of our jobs are in SEN and we fill many vacancies in schools with candidates who have particular experience in working with children classified as below:-
As well as working with students who have Physical Disabilities (PD).
What can New Directions offer you?
We are fully committed to the protection of children and vulnerable adults. All applicants must undertake a full enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) check.
Please contact New Directions Education for more information on this job vacancy, on 0151 515 0822, or use our form below to enquire about this job vacancy.
A large number of our jobs are within the ALN sector. We fill many vacancies in schools with candidates who have the right experience and qualifications.
To work in an Additional Learning Needs (ALN) role you will need:
We are always looking for candidates who have particular experience in working with children classified as having: