Student Support SEN TA

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Kinson Rd, Bournemouth BH10 5HD, UK

from £11.94 per hour (Term Time Only - 43 weeks p/a)

Job Type

Part Time

24

24/10/2022

Closing date for Applications

About the Role

AIM Arts Academy is our provision for 16-19 year olds who are not in other education or employment. Through their engagement with a mix of creative skills, as well as maths, English and ICT, when needed, alongside individual mentoring, we look to enable young people to flourish and succeed.


We are looking to employ a Qualified SEN 1-to-1 Teaching Assistant to join our Student Support team to enhance the support available to young people.


The role requires experience of 1 to 1 work both within the classroom and outside of lessons for young people with SEN. Outside of the time supporting an individual, the role will join with the main Student Support team in providing more general support and mentoring to students.

ABOUT THE ROLE

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To provide regular and consistent support to assigned students with SEN needs.

  • To contact and catch up with the 3 young people on their list that attend AIM Arts Academy throughout the week and report any cause for concerns that may occur.

  • To be available to meet with young people for intervention sessions if needed.

  • To contact young people or their emergency contact number 10 minutes after their scheduled time of attending if not present for AIM Arts Academy lessons.

  • To update student records on interactions with young people and send emails to relevant staff members to make them aware of any needs or events.

  • To attend weekly student support team meetings and to give feedback on their weekly tasks.

  • To make sure that any messages from visitors, service users or other professionals are passed on to the relevant staff member or young person. This can be done through a direct message on Slack, Gmail or face to face.

  • To actively be part of student support event planning for young people throughout the academic year

For a full job description, person specification and an application form please contact us below