SEN Teaching Assistant. Job in City Of Westminster Education & Training Jobs

  • Job Reference: 1382646385-2
  • Date Posted: 8 July 2024
  • Recruiter: TimePlan Education
  • Location: City Of Westminster, London
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Support / IAG, Teaching Assistant
  • Job Type: Contract

Job Description

Do you have a passion for nurturing and supporting children with ADHD and challenging behaviour? TimePlan Education is excited to partner with a vibrant and inclusive primary school in Westminster, offering an exciting opportunity for a Learning Support Assistant to join their team in September 2024!

About the School This primary school is committed to creating a nurturing and supportive environment for all its students. They pride themselves on inclusivity and are dedicated to providing tailored support to ensure every child thrives.

Your Role As a Learning Support Assistant, you will be an essential part of the school's team, working closely with a dynamic group of special needs children, particularly those with ADHD and challenging behaviour. Your primary responsibilities will include:

  • One-to-One Support: Providing individualized assistance to children during classroom activities, ensuring they stay engaged and on track.
  • Implementing Learning Plans: Assisting the class teacher in executing personalized learning plans designed to meet each child's unique needs.
  • Creating a Positive Environment: Fostering an inclusive and encouraging atmosphere where all students feel valued and supported.
  • Collaborative Efforts: Working alongside other support staff and professionals to address the specific needs of each child, ensuring a cohesive approach.
  • Behaviour Management: Implementing effective behaviour management strategies in accordance with the school's policies to maintain a productive learning environment.


  • Relevant Experience: Proven experience in supporting children with ADHD and challenging behaviour is essential.
  • Patience and Empathy: A compassionate approach to understanding and addressing the needs of special needs children.
  • Strong Communication Skills: The ability to communicate effectively with students, teachers, and parents.
  • Team Player: A collaborative mindset, eager to work with a diverse team to support student development.

If you are enthusiastic, dedicated, and ready to contribute to the growth and development of children with special needs, we would love to hear from you! Join us in making a positive impact in a supportive and dynamic school community. Apply now to embark on this rewarding journey