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About the job
Speech and Language Teaching Assistant / Speech and Language Graduate
Prospero Teaching are working with a lovely and well established Mainstream Same Sex Secondary School in Camden. The school are looking for a Speech and Language Teaching Assistant or Speech and Language Graduate.
- Psychology/Speech and Language/Linguistics Graduate Required
- Centrally located in Camden
- Ideal experience for a future Speech and Language therapist or SEN Teacher
- SECONDARY SCHOOL
- Graded “Good” by OFSTED In 2017
- Easily commutable by public transport
- £80 – £120 Per DAY
- Full time, long term position starting September 2020 – Can be sooner
A successfully inclusive School in Camden, are looking to appoint a Speech and Language Teaching Assistant to start September 2020 effect.
It has an excellent track record in developing staff and is now a Training School
Was previously deemed ‘Good’ by Ofsted.
The school has created a positive learning environment and is often oversubscribed due to popularity.
With this school you will be progressing the academic and social achievements of all pupils in this class.
The classes have pupils with significant special needs, mostly cognitive developmental disorders which places them at levels below their peers.
THE SPEECH AND LANGUAGE TEACHING ASSISTANT ROLE
Involves working in different functions and classes across the whole school.
The teacher may require you to lead the whole class and you will be expected to contribute to some extra-curricular activities.
You will provide personalised support to pupils for certain elements of the curriculum in small groups or on a one to one basis.
Don’t worry if you haven’t worked in a school before you will be provided with excellent induction training
Working with students, either 1:1 or in groups, it will be up to you to ensure all pupils are progressing well and focused on their lessons.
THE IDEAL SPEECH AND LANGUAGE GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT MUST
Be a passionate and inspiring graduate who preferably has previous experience working with SEN children (preferably with Speech and Language) either in a volunteer or paid capacity.
Possess an up to date and enhanced DBS
Have graduated from University with at least a 2:2 degree from university.
Demonstrate the transferable skills you’ve picked up through volunteering/placements completed during university