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Company name Education Matters Group
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Full/Part time Full time
Salary £ 70 - £85/day
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Job Title: SEN TA Job Location: Hemel Hempstead Type of Job: Contract - Long term Supply Company Name: Education Matters Group Salary:- £70-£85 per day About the role: We require a SEN Teaching Assistant to work in a mainstream school within the SEN department. · OFSTED good / good facilities & supportive SLT · 2-3+ Form /Multiple form · Good Behaviour / High Expectations · Within this role you will get the benefit of a supportive SENCO and full CPD opportunities About you: If you are passionate about pupils’ development and enthusiastic to take on a new challenge, then you are the type of candidate we would like to speak to. Additionally, you must meet the following criteria: · Be eligible to work in the UK · Be familiar with the UK curriculum · Able to provide references covering the last 2 years, ideally from an educational establishment · Have a DBS or happy to get one in progress Why work with Education Matters Group? We are dedicated to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Through our engagement and interaction with our schools, we can highlight their needs and respond to them with the very best staff possible. As a candidate, you will benefit from having your own personal consultant to work with, this is where we differ from most agencies, let’s work together to find the perfect role for you

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