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Special needs Teaching Assistant - Graduates - Croydon
Would working at a school that caters for children with special needs appeal to you?
Are you a graduate looking to gain school based experience with students with special needs?
Are you an aspiring Education Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, or Occupational Therapist?
We are working with a Special Needs School in Croydon that is looking for Teaching Assistants (TAs) to start working with them immediately The school are particularly interested in Psychology graduates who are aspiring Education Psychologists/Clinical Psychologists/Occupational Therapists or those who are interested in becoming SEN Teachers.
If you are passionate about working with children and SEN and up for a challenging, yet rewarding role, this could be the job for you! Some experience working with children is various settings would be beneficial, but personality and motivation within this field are just as important.
The pupils have many needs including Social, Emotional, Mental Health (SEMH), Autism and behavioural difficulties. Therefore, the school are looking for committed individuals who want to work there for at least 12 months, as consistency of staff is vital for the children's progression.
This contract is permanent though the school will consider a fixed term contract of 1 year if required.
Interviews are actively taking placing so please apply ASAP if you are interested.
If you have any questions, please contact Emma Perl @ Academics
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