Teaching Assistant and SEN 1:1 Support



    Job Title: Teaching Assistant, 1:1 SEN Support

    Slade GreenType:
    Permanent, full time Start Date:
    SeptemberSalary: £80-100 per day dependent on experience

    About the Opportunity:

    Are you looking to teach in a respectful, resilient environment, where children are encouraged to be their most confident selves?

    Does teaching in a school that prides themselves with their high standards and quality teaching appeal to you?

    Are you motivated to support a child with SEN and help influence inclusive practice?

    We’re excited to be working with a primary school, who are looking for a teaching assistant to join their team to support children in the classroom. The school encourages children to be respectful, responsible and hardworking.If you are looking for a new challenge to work as a teaching assistant and support a child with SEN, please get in contact today.

    Role Overview:
    As a Teaching Assistant, you will:

    • Help create an inclusive classroom environment by supporting children with learning
    • Support children with learning in small groups and individuals with their learning and development
    • Collaborate with the class teacher to organise and manage the classroom

    Key Qualities:
    Successful candidates will:

    • Be passionate to work in an inclusive environment
    • Show compassion to supporting children’s learning.
    • Be creative to plan and implement teaching opportunities for all children
    • Be adaptable and flexible in their approach


    • A curriculum that responds to the needs of the children.
    • Training and support opportunities.

    How to Apply:
    If you are interested in this role, we encourage you to apply. Please submit your CV to Izzy Hedges or contact our Rochester office at for more information.

    Important Note:
    Successful candidates will be subject to a full DBS check and must provide relevant references. Academics is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.