Male SEN Teaching Assistant - Autism & Behaviour Focus

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LocationIslington, North London
Salary£75 - £90 per day
Closing date14/10/2021
HoursFull Time
ContractLong Term
Graduate | Long Term | Teaching Assistant (SEN / General)

Male SEN Teaching Assistant | Autism & Behaviour Focus | Islington


A fantastic Primary School in Islington is looking for a Male SEN Teaching Assistant to join their Primary School ASAP. The SENCo has stressed that the appointed individual must have a good understanding of both Autism and possess effective behaviour management techniques. You will be working with a range of children across Year 3-6 providing in & out of class support.


Applying candidates must be aware that the Male focus is due to the possibility of attending Thursday swimming lessons with a Year 3 Class. This requires you to supervise the boys changing room.


Does this sound like the Male SEN Teaching Assistant role for you? Is so, please read on below to find out further information! – The Primary School are keen to trial candidates ASAP!



  • Male SEN Teaching Assistant
  • Working across Year 3-6 (7-11 years old)
  • Supporting children with Autism (SEN) & Behavioural Difficulties – 1:1 & group basis
  • Fantastic support from the SENCo and Deputy Head Teacher
  • Full Time & Long-term position
  • ASAP start
  • £75 - 90 per day
  • Located in the London Borough of Islington



  • Strong academic background required
  • Child related experience is essential
  • Strong understanding of the Primary curriculum & SEN
  • Must be an engaging, ambitious and caring individual


If you are interested in this Male SEN Teaching Assistant opportunity, trial days can be arranged immediately!!


Apply for this Male SEN Teaching Assistant opportunity by sending your CV to Scarlett at Clarus Education. You will be contacted by your personal consultant if shortlisted.


Male SEN Teaching Assistant | Autism & Behaviour Difficulties Focus | Islington


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