£65 - £80 per hour
Fixed Term | Full Time
Protocol Education are looking to appoint a Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) Teaching Assistant (TA) to join our supply teaching team.
Primary schools are currently looking to Protocol Education to help them find staff on a flexible basis to assist with the new challenges they are facing. The opening of Schools on 8th March, is creating a huge surge in the demand for Teaching Assistants as schools look to enable pupils to catch up from missed classroom time. The demand for TA's with SEND experience is especially high.
SEND TA's play an important role in assisting Teachers to support students with special educational needs who have significant care needs. They are allocated to the school and work under the direction of the Principal/Teachers. You will be supporting pupils on a 1:1 basis. Depending upon the school, you could be working with children aged 4 to 11.
Why work as a Supply TA?
·You can make a real contribution to children's ongoing education in a time of great uncertainty for many parents
·You can work in a way that suits your lifestyle and achieve genuine work/life balance without the pressure or stress of a permanent position.
·You are in control of the days you want to work without the pressure or stress of a permanent position.
·Days can be booked in advance or the day with days that you hadn't previously anticipated being free.
·You get the opportunity to experience working across several different schools and age groups
·You can work full-time or part-time
What you'll need to succeed:
·You will have a minimum of 1 years' experience supporting pupils with Special and Medical Needs
·You will have a minimum of 1 years' experience working in a primary school
·You will have Key Subject and Curriculum knowledge across either Key Stage 1 (KS1) or Key Stage 2 (KS2)
·Ideally, trained to NVQ Level
·TEAMTEACH qualifications and experience would be beneficial (although not essential)
·Strong de-escalation skills
·A sense of fun and the desire to have a positive impact upon the lives of young children.
To find out more:
Apply now or contact Mark on 0114 252 1970