Do you wake up every morning with a desire to make a difference? Do you believe that all children and young adults should should receive a high quality education regardless of their barriers to learning? Does helping others fill you with a sense of unparalleled pride? If so, Team Educate are looking for Teaching Assistants to work with teenagers and young adults who have specific barriers to their learning.


We are recruiting on behalf of one of our settings who provide SEND support for young adults aged 14 – 17 and 16 – 21. This exciting opportunity for Teaching Assistants, who have a passion for working with people with SEND, will begin with a two week trial period, which will then be extended on a long term basis if all parties are happy. For the right candidate, our client will consider applicants from people seeking both full and part time roles.


The successful applicant will benefit from: 

  • Regular work both full and part time
  • Fantastic resources
  • Qualified and experienced professionals leading sessions
  • A sense of pride and accomplishment 

The successful Teaching Assistants will require: 

  • A high level of commitment to improving people’s lives through learning
  • High levels of personal integrity
  • A positive and proactive approach to responding to the needs of college students
  • A child and adult work force DBS

Team Educate is a forward-thinking agency with the schools and candidates best interest at heart. We have lots of positions coming to us on a weekly basis and we are confident we can find the perfect role for you! Something that separates us from other teaching agencies is our in-house teaching expert, who has 13 years of experience in various education settings. He is here to offer our candidates support with their teaching practise, writing covering letters and interview advice. If you want to join a local agency, with the best service available, we urge you to get in touch. Come and join us so together, we can become an outstanding Team of Educators and professionals!

With thanks,

Team Educate