Behaviour Management Teaching Assistant

Envision Education
Up to £10,000
30 Nov 2020
07 Dec 2020
Contract Type
Part Time
Have you had experience supporting the social and academic development of pupils with challenging behaviour? Are you committed to making a positive change?

We are looking for a proactive and creative Behaviour Management Teaching Assistant to support a small group of 4 pupils in a Year 1 class.

The ideal candidate will have experience as a Teaching Assistant supporting pupils with SEN / SEMH or behaviour difficulties, and will be passionate about developing children's social and academic skills.

This is a full-time, long-term role starting immediately and has the potential to lead to permanent.

About the school:
  • Based in the beautiful town Chiswick
  • An "Outstanding" school - Ofsted
  • The school encourages staff and children to inspire each other everyday
  • A supportive and nurturing team of staff
  • Offer a harmonious and cohesive school environment
  • A team of staff, including SLT, who have a genuine drive to strive towards continual improvements in pupils' achievements

About the role:
  • Support 4 pupils in KS1
  • Pupils have undiagnosed SEN, and some behavioural difficulties
  • Implement creative behaviour management techniques
  • Lead intervention groups
  • Create a positive learning space
  • Lead by example and act as a positive role model

  • Minimum of 6 months experience as a Teaching Assistant
  • Experience supporting children with challenging behaviour is essential
  • Ideally a Graduate
  • Proactive and creative
  • Must be available full-time, long-term and immediately

Why Register with Envision Education:
  • Highly competitive pay rates
  • Friendly and supportive team committed to guiding and assisting you through the process of finding and securing you a long term or permanent position
  • Specialist experience in securing quality roles for aspiring educational professionals

Please apply with your full up to date CV asap!

Pay rate is dependent on qualifications, experience and skills.

Envision Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children. Envision Education is also committed to following a policy of equal opportunities.

We respect and value cultural and religious diversity and will not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, religion, race, sexual orientation, ethnic origin, culture or disability.

You must be a UK resident or hold a full UK visa and be willing to complete a Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) check.