What do special needs teaching assistants do?

A special needs teaching assistant will help teachers in schools by providing support to children with learning, physical or behavioural difficulties. A demanding, yet ultimately rewarding job, you may be required to work in a Special Educational Needs (SEN) school, or in a mainstream classroom. Depending on the needs and severity of the child’s condition, you may be expected to work one to one with an individual pupil, or with a small group of children in a larger classroom situation.

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