(SEN) Teaching Assistant


Bradford (BD99) – West Yorkshire, North East, United Kingdom
£90 – £100 per day
Start Date: 
As Soon As Possible
Contract Period: 
To be confirmed.
Main Industry:
Search Education & Training Jobs
Other Industries & Skills: 
Teaching & Teaching Support – School & Pre-School
Job ID:
Posted On: 
10 June 2024

Are you passionate about providing high-quality education to students with special educational needs?

Do you have the determination to help students achieve their full potential?

Are you ready to support each student effectively, using all available resources to ensure their success?

If so, your journey begins here at our vibrant SEN school in central Leeds.

Our SEN school, located in the heart of Leeds, offers a dynamic and inclusive environment tailored to meet the diverse needs of our students. We take pride in creating a space that promotes academic progress and personal growth, ensuring every student feels supported, valued, and empowered to reach their full potential.


* Tailor support to address the unique learning requirements of students with SEN.
* Contribute to the creation and implementation of individualised education plans (IEPs).
* Collaborate closely with teachers and support staff to foster an inclusive and supportive classroom environment.
* Assist in maintaining classroom order, fostering a positive and stimulating learning atmosphere.
* Establish effective communication with parents, teachers, and external professionals.
* Regularly monitor and evaluate the academic and social progress of students with SEN.
* Adapt teaching materials and resources to accommodate diverse learning needs.


* Receive competitive compensation ranging from GBP90 to GBP100, recognising your crucial role in our students’ success.
* Join a supportive community at our SEN school, committed to making a lasting impact on students’ lives.
* Experience the satisfaction of contributing to the academic and personal development of students with special educational needs.

Essential Requirements:

* Experience working or volunteering with SEND children (preferably with autism/ADHD experience).
* Strong behaviour management skills.
* Ability to work collaboratively as part of a team.
* Caring and empathetic personality.
* Commitment to safeguarding children.
* A DBS on the update service or willingness to obtain one.

Next Steps:

A mandatory face-to-face interview is required.

If you’re ready to make a meaningful difference as an SEN Teaching Assistant in central Leeds, seize this opportunity and become an integral part of our mission to empower and inspire every student within our diverse and inclusive school community. Apply today!

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