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SEN Teaching Assistant

Deadline for applications: N/A

Location: Bellerbys, London
Contract: Fixed Term until 14/08/2020
Hours: Part Time – 15 hours per week
Salary: £20,800 pro rata

Job overview

We are seeking a part-time SEN Teaching Assistant to join us at our Bellerbys College London to provide specialist skills and knowledge in the area of SEN. The successful applicant will plan, resource, deliver, monitor and review progress for children with SEN on individual /group programmes within the classroom or as part of a support strategy. This role will also ensure regular monitoring and audit of associated support systems and report finding.

To meet the learning needs of students with SEN, the successful candidate must be able to demonstrate that he/she can support the school’s assessment for learning process, and will plan, resource and deliver a set programme of work to provide objective and accurate feedback to the Learning Support Co-ordinator to support the review process.

Key responsibilities

  • Assist the Learning Support Co-ordinator in assessing if the school can provide for the student ‘with reasonable adjustment’.
  • Help to develop individual and group learning programmes to respond to current and future needs.
  • Use specialist skills and training to encourage students with SEN to benefit from the planned learning activities, including modifying the class teacher’s planned activities to meet the needs of specific students
  • Work independently to deliver, monitor and evaluate the success of educational plans for students.
  • Keep detailed notes on progress and concerns to be used as evidence for the review process and Statutory Assessment as appropriate
  • To produce written reports, as directed, on individual children’s progress to inform The Learning Support Co-ordinator, Academic Director or Principal.
  • Create a positive working relationship and environment conducive to effective learning for students with SEN
  • Develop purposeful out of class activities as part of the overall package of support


  • Educated to NVQ level 3 / 4 or A level (Essential)
  • Educated to Degree level (Desirable)
  • Practical experience of supporting students with learning difficulties (Essential)
  • Experience of work within a school / college (Preferable)

Key benefit

  • Competitive salary
  • 30 days holiday (pro rata)
  • Enhanced pension scheme, season ticket loans, cycle to work scheme, Wellbeing centre, and much more.

About Study Group

Study Group is a global leader in preparing students for international academic success and rewarding careers through a transformational learning experience. Our global recruitment teams enrolled over 30,000 students from 142 countries in 2018. The universities we work with trust us to increase their international footprint, access student diversity and provide assured progression, so they can continue to focus on academic excellence.

Organisational compliance

Study Group is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of its students, and expects all staff and volunteers to share the same commitment.

Applicants will be required to undergo child protection screening appropriate to the role, including checks with past employers, an Enhanced Check from the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) and overseas criminal records if appropriate.

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How to apply

We take pride in providing an excellent candidate experience to all potential candidates, so will ensure a timely response and process for all applicants. If you are interested in finding out more then please submit a CV on our jobs board and a member of the Recruitment Team will be in contact.

What does a role at Study Group mean?


We are a unique business within the sector, giving our people a completely different working experience.


We have a large global network and encourage collaboration across the whole business. We work with a number of partners across the network including top tier universities.


We encourage innovation throughout our Centres, ensuring that our students are given an interactive, student centred, and creative, tailor-made learning experience. Our people are given an autonomy within their roles that is rarely seen within the industry.


We believe in continuous professional and personal development, and take pride in offering our staff ample opportunity to achieve their goals. Utilising our large organisational infrastructure, across our different brands, we invite our people to gain valuable experience, and maximise all the exciting tools available to help develop their career.