Maths Teaching Assistant

Maths Teaching Assistant

Job Ref: SND/MTA1
Location London and Croydon in City of London and Croydon
School Support Staff School Support Staff
Teacher Assistant and Learning Support Assistant Teacher Assistant and Learning Support Assistant
SEN Assistant Jobs SEN Assistant Jobs
EBD/SEBD and ASD EBD/SEBD and ASD
SEN Support Staff SEN Support Staff
EBD and ASD EBD and ASD
SEN Teaching Jobs SEN Teaching Jobs
SEBD/EBD and ASB SEBD/EBD and ASB
Start date Start ASAP
Contract type Permanent
Salary £18,000 - £22,000 per annum
Contract info Subject to experience

Job Description


Do you have a passion for Mathematics and want to share your knowledge with young people?

Are you a Maths Teaching Assistant that has experience working SEMH students? 

If the answer is yes, please read on.

*** Permanent Position 
*** Teacher Training Opportunity
*** Supportive Management Team
*** Immediate Interviews Available 

We are recruiting for a Maths Teaching Assistant to join a Secondary SEMH school in the Croydon area. This Maths Teaching Assistant role is to support pupils to access the curriculum through dedicated support in small groups and on a 1:1 basis. 

This is SEMH school educates secondary age (11-19) students with emotional and behavioural difficulties and those with ASD. The aim of the Maths Teaching Assistant is to raise the pupil’s standards in Numeracy, enabling them to become independent learners.

This Maths Teaching Assistant Position is highly rewarding, as you will be responsible for helping raise student attainment and will see first-hand how the young people develop. The successful Maths Teaching Assistant will play a proactive role in positive behaviour management as well as interacting with the young people during extra-curricular times, encouraging them to participate in the academic and social life of the school.

If you are interested in applying for the Maths Teaching Assistant position, please send in a copy of your CV today.


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