This primary school are looking for a class TA to join their team in Reception. It is a class with a lot of SEN so even though it is a general TA role it will involve lots of 1:1 work.
The role will potentially extend into next academic year for the right contact.
We are looking for an enthusiastic SEN TA to join our team until the end of July.
Your time would be split between the Nursery in the morning and Year 1 in the afternoon.
We have 4 children with high needs in our nursery (3 with a diagnosis of Autism and 1 with Down Syndrome) so we are looking for a TA to help support these children. There are 3 other adults in the nursery as well who would also help support them.
In the afternoon you will also be helping to support a child with Autism.
If you were interested in the role, please call Georgia on: +44 7458 156781
1:1 SEN TA Autism
Child spends most of the time outside of classroom.
Can be temperamental.
Very self directed.
No violent behaviour.
No personal care.
No handling policy, however still firm.
Needs someone proactive.
Term time only hours
• 35 hours per week – 8:30 to 16:00, Mon to Fri
• Competitive salary
• Position start date: ASAP
A new independent school provision for young people aged 11-18 who will thrive in a small, therapeutic and nurturing environment. The team are passionate about providing opportunities for those students currently out of education or those who are not coping within the mainstream
Our aim is to work consistently to provide excellence for every student. With a highly-trained team, we support each student’s individual needs, particularly focusing on those students needing a safe, but aspirational, environment to recapture an often lost passion for learning and creativity.
Initially growing out of the years of experience at the consistently Ofsted ‘Outstanding’
The student’s needs and wellbeing are at the heart of everything that we do, and we take pride in helping our students to re-engage with their learning and thrive and develop as individuals and as part of a community. We do this through individualised care, in small class sizes, alongside a team composed not just of educationalists, but a wide array of healthcare professionals who work together as part of a multi-disciplinary team.
We are extremely proud of the tireless efforts of all of our staff, driven by the desire to bring about the best outcomes for each and every one of our students. If you have any questions, or know anybody who might benefit from our services, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.
where our pupils achieve far more than they ever expected.
As a Learning Support Assistant you will connect directly with the brilliant children and young people we care for, helping to make sure they get the very best from their education. They have so much potential, and they will rely on you to guide their learning journeys bespoke to them.
You will be providing teaching support, implementing and actualising the targets set out in the Individual Education Plan (IEP) and assist with the specific strategies and goal outlined in a student’s Education, Health, and Care Plan (EHCP). You will be adaptable and ready to work in a variety of classroom roles, both indoors and outside according to individual need. Taking a responsive and caring approach, you may be running classroom activities, leading outdoor experiences or supervising children as they
explore further afield.
• A positive and child-centred individual
• Excellent interpersonal skills with colleagues, parents and pupils
• Ability to:
o Create a happy, challenging and effective learning environment
o Establish a rapport with children, engaging them, keeping them
focused and motivated
o Respond effectively to children and adapt teaching approach
o Demonstrate teaching and learning taking place in the classroom
• To be good humoured and enthusiastic
• Strong communication skills, both verbal and written, to a variety of
• Strong team working skills
• Well organised with good planning skills
• Able to stay calm under pressure
• Smart and presentable appearance
• Aspirational and empathetic to the needs of children with additional needs
• Flexible and resourceful
Job Title: Part-Time Nursery Class Teaching Assistant (TA)
Location: Deansbrook Infant School
Days: Mondays and Tuesdays, 12:30 to 15:30
Start Date: After the Easter holiday
About Deansbrook Infant School:
Deansbrook Infant School is a vibrant and nurturing educational environment focused on providing a supportive and engaging learning experience for young children. We are committed to fostering a sense of belonging and community, promoting a love for learning, and encouraging the development of each child's unique potential.
We are seeking a dedicated and passionate part-time Nursery Class Teaching Assistant (TA) to join our team at Deansbrook Infant School. The successful candidate will work with our nursery class students on Mondays and Tuesdays, ensuring their well-being and promoting a positive learning environment.
What is the Holiday Scheme at Resources for Autism?
Our holiday schemes are for autistic young people aged 8-19 years. A place for young people to play, explore, develop skills and have fun with the support of a staff team. The Leader facilitates the activities for the day and they can range from music to arts to sports to trips.
What to expect on the day?
9.30am Staff meeting to go through the plans for the day and read profiles on the service users you will be key-working for the day. If it’s your first day with us, you will be asked to arrive at 9am to meet with the Team Leader.
10am to 3pm Children’s arrival followed by timetabled activities for the day, including lunch, and finally pick up.
3pm Staff debrief meeting
3.30pm End of day.
Can I take breaks?
Staff breaks are to be taken at appropriate times when the leader is able to cover the key worker. They should be for a limited time up to 15 minutes maximum and up to 2 breaks per shift. Leaders have to make a dynamic risk assessment when it is safe and staff should understand if the situation would not be safe, they would forgo a break at that time.
Can I leave the service user alone if needed?
The young person you are key-working should remain in line of sight at all times. If there is a need to leave the room, you should notify another member of staff and they should provide consent that they have the capacity to oversee your key-child until your return.
Neurodivergent or disabled team members?
A support plan is completed if they agree and the reasonable adjustments agreed are implemented in their work. Staff confidentiality must be paramount and information only shared on a need to know basis.
SEN school require an experienced TA to support their complex needs pupils.
Lovely, supportive school who have good measures in place to support the children.
This is a long term, 5 days a week position.
This lovely school are looking for a passionate and proactive teaching assistant to work in year 2. You will be supporting 28 pupils of varying need including SEMH, PMLD and ADHD. The right candidate will have previous experience in the role and be looking for CPD opportunities and a chance to go permanent.
This large and modern 3 form entry primary school are looking for an experienced SEN TA to support in Reception.
The role will be to support a group of Reception children with mild special educational needs. As of yet the children don't have a diagnosis or EHCPs.
It may be necessary at times to pull children out and spend some 1:1 time with them but overall it will be a group based role.
This Jewish girl's primary school in Barnet are looking for a nursery assistant to work in their onsite creche. This will be a permanent role on a direct contract with the school.
The creche is a close knit team with 2 rooms, looking after children from babies to 5 years.
The school are keen to take on someone with Early Years qualifications or who is keen to study towards them.
As a faith school, all female staff must wear skirts/dresses which pass the knee and have elbows and collarbones covered. Trousers are not to be worn.
Salary is dependent on experience and qualifications.
This position is for a lunchtime supervisor. You will be required to only work 1.5 to 2 hours a day over lunch to supervise the children while they eat their lunch. The ideal candidate would be a friendly and approachable person as this is a wonderful opportunity to either stay a lunchtime supervisor or get more involved in the school and perhaps work more hours every day.
SEN school seeking an experienced, committed and passionate SEN TA to support year 4/5 students. All children have ASD.
Looking for a someone with high energy and understands the nature of children with ASD and can use strategies to support their learning.
This is a full-time role until the end of the year.
Personal Care will be required.
Job Description – Early Years Practitioner - Level 3
To provide a high standard of physical, emotional, social, and intellectual care for children in the setting.
2. To give support to their staff within the setting.
3. To work as part of a team to provide an enabling environment in which all individual children can play, develop, and learn.
4. To build and maintain strong partnership working with parents to enable children’s needs to be met.
5. To safeguard children at all times.
• To effectively deliver the EYFS ensuring that the individual needs and interest of children in the setting are met (in conjunction with other team members)
• To plan, review and evaluate activities and experiences for your key children
• To upload relevant information on The Playhouse Nursery Childcare progress tracker
• To keep records of your key children’s development and learning journeys and share with parents, carers, and other key adults in the child’s life.
• Support all staff and engage in a good staff team.
• To develop and maintain strong partnerships and communication with parents/carers to facilitate day-to-day caring and early learning needs.
• To ensure the provision of a high-quality environment to meet the needs of individual children having an awareness of any disabilities, family cultures and medical histories.
• To advise manager/deputy of any concerns, e.g. over children, parents, the safety of the environment, preserving confidentiality as necessary.
• To be involved in out of working hours activities, e.g. training, monthly staff meetings, multi-cultural evening etc
• To be flexible within working practices of the setting, undertaking other responsible duties where needed, such as domestic tasks, preparation of snack meals, cleansing of equipment, etc.
• To work alongside the manager and staff team to ensure that the setting’s philosophy is fulfilled.
• To read, understand and adhere to all policies and procedures relevant to your role and the safe running of the setting.
• To develop your role within the team, especially regarding being a key person
• To keep completely confidential any information regarding the children, their families or other staff that is acquired as part of the job.
• To be aware of the high profile of the setting and to always uphold its standards, both in work hours and outside.
• To support early years practitioners, students, and volunteers.
• To ensure good standards of safety, hygiene and cleanliness are always maintained.
• To undertake and lead on additional responsibilities such as SENCO, training co-ordinator, safeguarding Officer etc
An experienced (preferably male) TA is needed in a primary SEN class at an outstanding Special Needs School in Brent. The children have a variety of needs, and there is some challenging behaviour within the class. This is a long-term position.