SEN Teaching Assistant – Wolverhampton
Liquid Personnel is currently recruiting for SEN Teaching Assistant to join our client based in Wolverhampton.
The candidate must be an experienced SEN Teaching Assistant preferably with experience of supporting children that present challenging behaviours in their mainstream schools.
Your benefits as a SEN Teaching Assistant:
- Thorough induction, and ongoing support
- Excellent pay rate
- Highly supportive team and management
- Excellent training and development opportunities
Your duties as a SEN Teaching Assistant:
- To support our children with their learning and general wellbeing to ensure every child has the best opportunity to reach their full potential in a caring and safe environment.
- Supporting with care needs from time to time as well as positive behaviour management adopting a tailored approach to the individual child.
- To establish a warm, caring and supportive relationship with pupils in order to support them feeling safe and enabling them to enjoy and learn during their time at the school, and to promote and encourage independence and personal development in pupils and maintain high expectations of behaviour at all times.
- Support the class teacher and contribute to providing high quality, challenging, and differentiated educational activities and experiences through supporting the teaching of a broad and balanced curriculum aiming at pupils achieving their full potential in all areas of learning.
- Like many SEN environments, your duties are likely to vary and therefore candidates will need to be flexible and be able to lend a hand whenever required.
Experience and Qualifications:
- Qualified Teacher status
- Desirable but not essential, knowledge and experience of the KS4 curriculum and examinations
- Thorough working knowledge of the curriculum and how to adapt this for pupils with SEN
- Desirable, experience of working with young people with ASD and SEMH
- Understanding of the Safeguarding principles and Child Protection procedure
- Ability to create and maintain nurturing relationships with young people
- Experience of managing a range of approaches to learning, to include the students with anxiety.
- Knowledge of strategies and visual teaching methods to engage reluctant learners important
- A flexible approach and a high-level creativity