SEN Teaching Assistant. Job in Luton Education & Training Jobs

  • Job Reference: 1372892233-2
  • Date Posted: 27 June 2024
  • Recruiter: Tradewind Recruitment
  • Location: Luton, Bedfordshire
  • Salary: £85.00 to £99.00 Per Day
  • Sector: Support / IAG, Teaching Assistant
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

SEN Teaching Assistant

Supportive, and caring SEN Primary School - Luton -£85 to £95 per day - 830am to 330pm - Start immediately on a long term basis

Looking for a fulfilling role in education?

An SEN Teaching Assistant position is currently available in Luton! This full-time position involves working closely with experienced educators and support staff to provide essential assistance to students with special educational needs (SEN), helping to create a safe, supportive, and caring learning environment.

The School is proud of its supportive, and caring culture. They are committed to providing an inclusive and nurturing environment where all students feel valued, respected, and encouraged to reach their full potential. As an SEN Teaching Assistant, the successful candidate will play a key role in supporting the school's mission by providing tailored support to students with special educational needs, helping to create a positive and engaging learning experience for all.

To be considered for the role, candidates should meet the following requirements:

  • A degree holder and/or significant experience working with students with special educational needs
  • Good communication skills, including the ability to communicate clearly and effectively with students, parents, and colleagues
  • Strong literacy and numeracy skills, with the ability to support students in these areas
  • A patient and positive attitude towards working with children, with the ability to remain calm under pressure
  • Knowledge of relevant policies and procedures related to education and SEN safeguarding
  • Empathy: the ability to understand and connect with students with diverse needs and experiences
  • Creativity: the ability to come up with innovative and engaging teaching methods and activities to capture students' interest
  • Adaptability: the ability to respond to changing situations and adapt teaching approaches as needed to meet students' needs
  • Collaboration: the ability to work effectively with a team of educators and support staff to create a positive learning environment for students
  • Enthusiasm: a passion for education and a desire to make a positive impact in the lives of students with special educational needs.

This is an immediate start position, with training and development opportunities and is a great role to gain experience in a leading SEN Primary School. Many of our schools offer their own teacher training programmes to those who show potential.

"Click Apply Now" to be considered for this great opportunity or to find out more information please contact Karl on or email