Role Name: Primary Teaching Assistant
Availability Required: Full Time
Working as a SEN Teaching assistant in a 2:1 role (1 child) with challenging behaviours. You will mostly work as a general class TA, and supporting the 1:1 TA when the child leaves the classroom.
About the Role:
- Assist the classroom teacher in delivering lessons and supporting students' learning and development.
- Provide one-to-one support to a child with challenging behaviours, ensuring their safety and well-being.
- Collaborate with the school's SENCO and other professionals to implement individualized support plans.
- Help create a positive and inclusive learning environment for all students.
- Monitor and record student progress, providing feedback to the class teacher.
- Assist with classroom management and behavior management strategies.
- Support students with their social and emotional development.
- Promote independent learning and encourage student engagement.
- Experience working with children with challenging behaviors, preferably within a primary school setting.
- Knowledge of special educational needs and the ability to adapt teaching strategies to meet individual needs.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build positive relationships with students, colleagues, and parents.
- Patience, resilience, and the ability to remain calm in challenging situations.
- A passion for education and supporting students' learning and development.
- Relevant qualifications or training in education or SEN, such as a Level 3 Teaching Assistant qualification.
At Zen Educate, we prioritize the well-being and satisfaction of our teachers and teaching assistants. We understand the importance of work-life balance, which is why we offer flexible working options and support for managing workload. Additionally, we strive to ensure that our teaching staff are fairly compensated for their skills and expertise, providing better pay opportunities. Furthermore, Zen Educate offers hands-on support in finding the right role for you, so you can focus on what you do best – making a positive impact on students' lives.