SEMH Teaching Assistant – Stockport
Do you have first had experience or any transferable skills that can be related to working with 11-16-year-olds with their SEMH needs?
Are you currently looking for a flexible role within a mainstream secondary school this academic year?
If so, we are currently working with a mainstream secondary school that are currently looking to hire a recent social sciences graduate. Or someone that has prior experience working with students that need support with their mental health. This role would be to stat the first week before this side of October half term and then carry on after the half term with the school.
You will be involved with both n class support and separate 1:1/group work support for all SEMH needs. The school will identify the specific SEN needs therefore; you will need to have a basic understanding on assisting students that may have general SEN needs alongside a solid understanding of SEMH.
Key aspects of the role:
Working alongside children who often find the learning process a challenge, focusing on those with SEMH needs.
Monitoring behaviour of either a child or group of children. Ensuring that the school policy is being adhered to.
Helping with in class tasks, alongside assisting those around the school site.
Working as a full-time member of the staff able to identify those pupils who ae in need of additional provisions.
Ability of working well under pressure and overcoming the adversity when dealing with difficult situations.
Producing suitable resources for those needs of a specific child. In this case autism training would be desired.
Pay scale would be dependent on experience (Approx. £325 – £375 weekly)
Given the location of the Stockport school, it is very easy to access for any graduate from the local areas of Wilmslow, Bramhall, Poynton, Cheadle and Handforth. The school is located close to the M60 ring road and can be accessed via the M56 as well. The school is serviced regularly by public transport with the local train station being only a short distance away. The greater Manchester metrolink also travels near to the school.
All applicants will require the appropriate qualifications and training for this role. Please see (url removed)/faqs for details.
All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay. This advert is for a temporary position. In some cases, the option to make this role permanent may become available at a later date.
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