Student Support Assistant Hearing Impaired
Are you a Speech and Language/Learning Support Assistant with a passion for supporting SEN children?
Would you be excited by securing a role as a Hearing-Impaired Support Specialist where you can provide children with hearing impairments the best access to education?
Perhaps you aspire of becoming a Speech and Language Therapist or SEN Teacher in the future and want to secure valuable school experience?
Did you answer all of them questions with a yes? Then read on! I am currently working in Partnership alongside an outstanding school in the Sevenoaks area who are looking for someone exactly like you to work 1:1 with a Hearing-Impaired student Monday Friday with BSL Level 3 or above to start immediately.
BSL Support Specialist – Job Specification
This role perfectly suits someone who links closely to Speech and Language Development. Personality-wise, you will need to be caring, thoughtful, patient and genuinely want to make a difference in the lives of the pupil you are working with.
In this TA role, you will be required to support and help the development of a Hearing-Impaired student, supporting their academic studies, develop students social and communication skills in hearing-impaired SEN settings. You will be required to create a stimulating and welcoming learning environment for this specific pupil within the classroom. You will be assisting a hearing-impaired child to help develop their language and communication skills.