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SEN - Graduate Teaching Assistant - Alderley Edge


Job ID: 6031851

Alderley Edge, Cheshire, England
£18,072 - 19,416 per year

Job Type: Full Time


SEN Teaching Assistant - Graduate

Location: Alderley Edge, Cheshire

Are you a recent graduate with a psychology degree, eager to immerse yourself in the field of Special Educational Needs (SEN) and make a meaningful impact in the lives of students?

Do you envision a future as an Educational Psychologist, Experienced Teaching Assistant or mentor?

Join a state-of-the-art SEN school in Alderley Edge as a compassionate and dedicated Graduate Psychology SEN Teaching Assistant. This role offers you the opportunity to work closely with experienced professionals, deepening your understanding of SEN provisions and strategies while providing tailored support to students on both individual and group levels.


Job Description - Graduate Psychology SEN Teaching Assistant

The school is a modern, forward thinking charity with a track record and reputation built over 100 years. Providing a range of educational, residential and medical services to support adults and young people with complex needs, including learning disabilities, epilepsy and autism.

Due to a recent expansion we are recruiting for an SEN Teaching Assistant to commence a permanent role.

  • Salary £18072 - 19416
  • Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
  • Immediate or September start available
  • Permanent role

This position is ideal for a motivated individual with a genuine interest in the educational sector. While prior experience in supporting SEN students is beneficial, it is not a requirement. You will receive comprehensive support and training, drawing upon the knowledge and skills gained from your psychology degree.

As a Graduate Psychology SEN Teaching Assistant, you will work collaboratively within the SEN team to ensure inclusive and support for all students. Your role involves building strong relationships with students, providing encouragement, and fostering a supportive environment where every child can thrive.

This is an excellent opportunity to apply your academic background in psychology while gaining invaluable experience in educational psychology, SEN and playing a vital part in the learning development of SEN pupils.

  • Psychology-based degree
  • Empathy and dedication to supporting SEN students
  • Willingness to learn and grow within the role

If you're ready to embark on a rewarding journey in education and make a difference in the lives of students, we encourage you to apply now or contact Charlie at KPi Education to learn more about this Graduate Psychology SEN Teaching Assistant role.

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