HLTA - East London
This is an opportunity for an individual who is an aspiring SEN Teacher, Educational/Clinical Psychologist or someone who simply wants to give back!
Are you an individual looking to give back to your community and enrich the lives of pupils with Autism?
Have you had personal experience within your family of working with Autism and Autistic pupils?
This HLTA Autism role is in East London in a specialist school so being able to commute easily via public transport or drive, is key for your own work life balance, more than anything!
I want to hear from sincere and passionate individuals, whether you’re a graduate with experience, a mother, carer who has real, every day experience of Autism, I’d love to hear from you!
To be success for this HLTA Autism role it is essential to have the following:
**Sincerity and passion for the SEN sector, being patient and caring are incredibly important
**’C’ grades in GSCE Maths and Science - so you feel confident with the levels of work.
**Music, Art and Drama whether it be a degree or otherwise, are always great subjects to have as passions
**HLTA Autism for the academic year
**Personal experience – working with a family member or members is invaluable experience
HLTA Autism role
-Working with Autistic pupils - Some 1: 1, raising attainment and behaviour. Pupils can either be a very high or low level, depending on who you are working with.
-Engaging the community and the parents/carers for the best results possible
-HLTA Autism role is idea if you are an aspiring SEN Teacher or Education/Clinical Psychologist
-Daily rate £80 - £85
The school in East London has a resourced provision for children aged 4-11 with Autism Spectrum Conditions. The children who attend have an array of needs and are on different levels of the spectrum. The school strives to aid every child’s progress in academic and social skills and this is achieved by putting plans in place that are tailored to individual needs. Their specialist teachers and support staff work with external professionals, for example Speech and Language Therapists and Occupational Therapists, who contribute to each child’s developmental plan.
Three of the alternative provision’s classrooms are located alongside the mainstream classrooms. They also have classrooms in a separate building next to the main school campus. Whichever classrooms their children are based in, everyone at the school make sure every child is part of the school community and that they feel included and play an active part in school life. This is one of the benefits of being a school-based provision. We aim for every child to spend some time in the main school although this is based on children’s abilities and needs within the context of a mainstream classroom.
If you are interested in this HLTA Autism role in East London click ‘apply now’ and upload your c.v today, alternatively send your c.v’s to firstname.lastname@example.org . I look forward to hearing from you soon.