Location: Surrey Teaching Centre based within the Cheyne Centre at The Children’s Trust, Tadworth, Surrey
Surrey Pay 3: £18,013 – 18,957 FTE
Actual pay: £15,066 - £15,855 for 35 hours 9:00 – 4:30 (hours may be negotiable), 5 days per week (Part time requests will be considered)
1 year contract with the possibility to become permanent for the right candidate
Applications Close: 4th February 2022 at 10am
Start Date: As soon as possible
Interviews: W/C 7th February 2022
If you would like to gain experience in learning about SEN then we have an exciting opportunity to appoint a Teaching Assistant on a 1-year contract with the possibility of the post becoming permanent. We are a friendly team working with children with a very wide range of SEN, the majority of whom are on a rehabilitation programme following an acquired brain injury.
We would like to appoint an enthusiastic, versatile and dedicated Teaching Assistant to assist class teachers in the preparation and delivery of activities for our pupils. This is a great opportunity to learn about Special Educational Needs across a diverse cohort. We have a wide ability range, many of our students will return to mainstream schools and some will need a more specialised provision. Some experience in SEN or secondary education would be desirable.
The Surrey Teaching Centre is an ‘outstanding’ medical short stay school specialising in the education of children and young people with an acquired brain injury who are resident at The Children’s Trust. Ages range from 2 to 19 years with a very wide ability range.
We are looking for the right person, who can be sensitive to the needs of children and families at a vulnerable point in their lives.
Any offer of employment to this post will be subject to an enhanced clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service. The school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people
and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Surrey is fully committed to achieving fairness and equality in employment and seeks to achieve a workforce which reflects the diversity of the community it serves. No job applicant or employee will be treated less favourably or disadvantaged, either directly or indirectly, on the grounds of gender, gender identity, nationality or ethnic origin, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, age or any other unjustifiable reason.