Psychology or Social Care Graduate Teaching Assistant roles

Are you an ambitious Psychology or Social Care graduate enthusiastic about supporting pupils overcome barriers to learning, in particular Autism?

Are you considering volunteering to build your experience working with children but would prefer a paid role?

This role is a great chance to earn £300 per week and gain more experience of working with children on the autistic spectrum in a school Monday to Friday.

So if you are passionate about working with SEN, what are you waiting for? This would be perfect for you!

An amazing Teaching Assistant position has arisen for a graduate passionate about SEN to work in a fantastic Primary school in Lambeth, and would like to see you right away!

These exciting roles are specifically designed to help high achieving graduates build paid experience prior to starting teacher training, or Educational Psychology careers, and come with training and support from the host school.

  • Teaching Assistant Role
  • Special Education Needs (SEN)
  • Amazing ‘Outstanding’ Primary School
  • £300- £350 per week Monday to Friday
  • Full Academic year
  • Training and Support given
  • Immediate start
  • Perfect for a Psychology Graduate & Future Educational Psychologist

This leading primary school in Manchester has recently been graded as ‘Outstanding’ Ofsted and is universally regarded as one of the borough’s best primary schools due to the visionary leadership from the Head. In the area it was amongst the very first to appoint Psychology graduates into SEN roles and has found huge success in the progression of their children as a result.

The school is located Manchester. It serves a real cross section of the community and Ofsted commented on how well the behaved the children are as they appear to be inspired by fun and exciting lessons.

This is an incredible opportunity to learn from one of the warmest and friendliest SEN departments we have come across to really help you build your skill prior to further study!

You will be providing support to a pupil who is on the autistic spectrum. The SENCO plays an integral role in the school and has been commended for her inspirational approach. She will support you every step of the way and ensure the pupil and yourself are making progress. The pupils current support worker has secured a position as an assistant Psychologist within the NHS and starts in September. An Educational Psychologist regularly visits this school so you will have the opportunity to gain real life insight into their role.

What better start to build a career in Educational Psychology? This amazing school has an incredible inclusion and special needs team with a proven track record of working with ambitious graduates keen to go on to study Educational Psychology, and offering them a bespoke training and development programme so that you make the most of the year!

How to apply?

Send your CV to Holly at i-teachers today or call 0161 660 9942 for more information. 

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