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SEND TA – Barnsley

  • SectorPrimary
  • LocationBarnsley, South Yorkshire
  • Contract TypeDaily Supply, Full-time
  • Salary£80 - 85 / daily
  • Date Posted4 April 2024
  • ReferenceSENDTA-Barnsley

Job Description

Provide Education

Role: SEND TA (Working 1:1 with a child)

Hours : Full Time, Monday-Friday, 8.30am-3.30pm (Term time only)

Pay – £80 – £85 per day

Are you looking for a new and rewarding role within a Primary school?

We are looking for an enthusiastic and ambitious individual to join this exciting primary school. Providing a lasting impact on the academic, and personal, growth of young people, you would be joining a learning environment that is dedicated to collaboration, support and nurture to ensure that every child receives the support they deserve.

The school are looking for a dedicated teaching assistant who can commit to them to the end of the academic year. The role is to work 1:1 with a child with Autism who is non-verbal in the schools internal assessment resource provision. The school are open to applications from carers and candidates who have experience working with children in a residential care setting.

If you are interested in changing the lives of children who struggle to access their education, then we are very interested in hearing from you.

Your role:

  • Collaborate with the class teacher to complement their lesson delivery, providing well-structured, caring support for pupils.
  • Make the difference to pupils’ lives by assisting in the delivery of work programmes with individual pupils or small groups outside of the classroom, supporting academic learning and boosting academic attainment.
  • Take responsibility in securing pupils’ physical, emotional wellbeing, whilst raising their self-esteem and encouraging independence as they prepare for adult life.
  • Mitigate disruption by maintaining a calm and professional persona at all times to de-escalate any challenges that may arise.
  • Forge lasting relationships with staff and pupils to ensure that every pupil receives the best possible mental health support that they deserve to enable them to enjoy a positive, fulfilling school experience.

The successful candidate:

  • Will have demonstrable experience of supporting pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs and have a desire to make a lasting impact on their lives.
  • Will be able to relate well to staff and students and foster strong, communicative relationships.
  • Will be ambitious and enthusiastic about personal development, bringing a warm smile every day and having an outgoing, and nurturing personality.

What can you expect from us?

  • Access to discounted CPD and Wellbeing courses with a Children’s Mental Health Charity
  • Your own dedicated consultant
  • A generous ‘Refer a Friend’ bonus

How to apply

You can apply for this role below or get in touch with us directly. All applicants require the appropriate qualifications, and all teachers require a formally-recognised teaching qualification.

All candidates must have a valid enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check before starting work. Full assistance provided

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