Do you have experience of supporting pupils with SEN requirements, additional needs or disabilities? Are you confident in working with children with autism, SEMH and SEN barriers?
We are looking for Teaching Assistants in Dorset
Teaching Personnel are one of the most trusted agencies in the region who works closely with Primary and Secondary Schools, Academies, Special Educational Needs Schools (SEN) and Pupil Referral Units (PRU).
We are looking for Teaching Assistants with experience of children with a disability or SEN to support children on a daily basis with tasks set by their teacher to reach their full potential. Your day will be varied and you must show initiative, resilience and drive pupils to succeed. You'll work on learning activities to promote confidence and encourage pupils to act independently to succeed.
At Teaching Personnel you will be provided with a dedicated consultant who will work to get to know your strengths, skills and abilities to ensure you are placed in a role which will be suitable as well as following your career goals.
Benefits of working for Teaching Personnel -
- We offer a wide range of opportunities for work in a variety of educational settings including : Mainstream Primary and Secondary Schools and Academies, Pupil Referral Units (PRU), Special Educational Needs Schools (SEN) and Alternative Provisions.
- Competitive Rates
- Dedicated Consultant
- Ensuring you are work ready by offering developmental courses in - Mental well-being in Children and Young People, Managing Classroom Behaviour, Mindfulness and Promoting Positive Behaviour.
- We take safeguarding very seriously at Teaching Personnel and ensure all candidates have Enhanced Disclosure Barring (DBS) certificate on the update service, as well as 6 years worth of references prior to placing into roles.
If this role is what you are looking for please respond directly to this advertisement. If not, we are in constant need of talented education staff to fill a variety of positions. Please get in touch and we will happily discuss it further with you #removed#