This primary school is looking for a full-time Nursery TA to join their dedicated team. Located in the heart of Westminster, this role offers an exciting opportunity to support the education and development of young children within a primary school setting.
About the Role:
- As a Primary Teaching Assistant, you will work closely with the Nursery teacher to provide support in the classroom.
- You will assist with planning and delivering engaging lessons, ensuring the children are actively involved in their learning.
- You will work with small groups or individual children, providing additional support and guidance where needed.
- Your role will involve helping with classroom management and ensuring a positive and inclusive learning environment for all children.
- You will also be responsible for assessing and recording children's progress, providing feedback and support to both children and parents.
- Previous experience working in a primary school and or early years setting is desirable.
- A relevant qualification in early childhood education or a related field is preferred.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills are essential to effectively engage with children, parents, and colleagues.
- Patience, understanding, and the ability to adapt to the needs of individual children are crucial.
- A genuine passion for working with children and helping them reach their full potential.
Job Post: Primary Teaching Assistant
About the Role:
We are currently seeking a Full Time Primary Teaching Assistant to join our team at a school located in Westminster. This role involves working as a SEN TA, providing 1:1 support to a year 4 boy with ASD and Autism. As a Primary Teaching Assistant, you will play a crucial role in helping the student excel academically and socially.
- Relevant experience working with children with special educational needs, particularly ASD and Autism
- Knowledge of effective strategies and techniques to support children with ASD and Autism
- Ability to build a positive and supportive relationship with the student
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- Patience, empathy, and understanding towards the specific needs of the student
- Ability to work well within a team and follow instructions from the class teacher
- A positive and enthusiastic attitude towards education and the development of young learners
- Minimum of a Level 2 Teaching Assistant qualification or equivalent
- Additional qualifications or training related to special educational needs is highly desirable
At Zen Educate, we believe in providing teachers and teaching assistants with the best opportunities and support in the education sector. We understand the importance of a good work-life balance, which is why we offer flexible working options and the ability to choose your own assignments. With Zen Educate, you can enjoy better pay rates compared to traditional teaching agencies, ensuring that your hard work and dedication are appropriately rewarded. Our team of experienced education consultants is always available to provide hands-on support and guidance, helping you find the right role that matches your skills and preferences.
If you are a dedicated and passionate Primary Teaching Assistant, looking for a fulfilling role within a primary school, we would love to hear from you. Apply today and join the Zen Educate community, where you can thrive both personally and professionally.
We are looking for a SEN TA to support a student in Year 2 with ASD.
The role involves supporting a child with challenging behaviour. Personal care is also required.
About the Role:
- As a Primary Teaching Assistant, you will be responsible for providing support and assistance to a student in Year 2 who has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
- You will work closely with the class teacher and SEN coordinator to implement individualized learning plans and strategies that meet the specific needs of the student.
- Your role will involve providing one-on-one support during lessons, implementing behavioral strategies, and assisting with daily activities such as personal care and social interactions.
- You will have the opportunity to work in a supportive and inclusive primary school environment, where you will make a real difference in the life of a student with special educational needs.
- Experience working with students with ASD or other special educational needs is essential.
- A relevant qualification in special education or teaching assistance is preferred, but not essential.
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills are required to effectively collaborate with the class teacher, SEN coordinator, and other members of the school community.
- Patience, empathy, and a positive attitude are essential qualities for this role.
- An understanding of the primary curriculum and the ability to adapt teaching strategies to meet the individual needs of the student is important.
- The ability to work independently and use your own initiative is necessary.