- Contract type
- 940 days ago
Tradewind is looking for a Teaching Assistant to work on a one to one basis with a student in Year 9 with Special Educational needs at a Secondary school in Ealing.
The school is an oversubscribed school with a language specialism, the location of the school dictates that they have a high number of students with English as an Additional Language (EAL) and students are from a variety of ethnic backgrounds.
The school is to be considered one of the top performers in the borough and due to a strong leadership has a reputation for a good level of behaviour.
This role will be supporting a student in Year 8 who has statemented needs including Emotional Behavioural Disorders (EBD), EAL and attention deficient. You will be supporting this student in all classes and will therefore need to have a good level of general education, in the core subjects of Maths, English and Science. This student has a special timetable and also has timetabled classes with specialist teaching staff.
This role is a one to one support role and we require an individual who has experience working in this type of role. We are also looking for a person who can commit to longer term as this will cause the least disruption to the student.
If you are interested in this role please submit your CV today.
* You must have the legal right to work in the UK
* You must hold relevant certifications if specified above or a minimum of 6 months previous experience working with children in a school or nursery environment
* This position is subject to an Enhanced CRB Disclosure, Overseas Police Clearances (if applicable) and professional reference checks
* Your CV must cover the last 10 years of employment history where possible and any employment breaks must be explained
'No terminology in the above advertisement is intended to discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation. Tradewind Recruitment is proud to be an Equal Opportunities Employer and accepts applications from all sections of the community.'