£75 – £90/day
Full Time / Contract, Temporary
Newham, Greater London
Are you a Psychology Graduate with a minimum 2.2 degree classification?
Are you keen to gain valuable experience working one-to-one with school pupils before undertaking further studies?
Make a real difference to the learning experience of your pupils as you take on this Psychology Graduate role at a SEN school in Newham, London.
*** Psychology Graduate post available immediately
*** Positive school located in Newham, London
*** Long term, full-time role
*** £75-£90 per day
*** Minimum 2.2 Psychology Graduates only
*** Responsible for working one-to-one with pupils
For this Psychology Graduate position, you will be an assertive and amiable graduate who has the ability to communicate effectively with colleagues, children and parents. The school wants to recruit a Psychology Graduate who has a strong understanding of the problems pupils face, and a sensitive, professional approach to helping different students’ progress. The school wants a Psychology Graduate who is able to convey their interest and enthusiasm for working with a range of SEN pupils.
As a Psychology Graduate at this school you will be supporting the learning of a specific pupil who has Autism Spectrum Disorder. While the main responsibility of this role is working one-to-one with an individual pupil, there will also be the opportunity to work with small groups as you support their learning and social development. You will be liaising with the SENCO, class teachers and parents to ensure delivery of effective SEN provision.
This school is found in Newham, London, and is easily accessible by car and public transport. It is popular among parents for the inclusive education that it offers to pupils and among staff for its warm, welcoming environment.
The successful candidates will be subject to a variety of checks including: eligibility to work in the UK, an enhanced DBS disclosure and full references including one from your most recent employer. Strategy Education is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.