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From July 2012
I work with children aged 9 to 12 years who have a statement of special
educational needs. I adapted the curriculum for one boy I worked with to enable him to achieve his full potential, by making things more visual and
breaking tasks down by giving easy, simple to understand instructions.
SEN Teaching Assistant
Heathwood Lower School
September 2010 - July 2012
Working with a child on a one to one basis, and implementing their IEP.
Setting up a visual timetable and working closely with the class teacher,
speech therapist and the school SENCO.
Beaudesert Lower School
November 2008 - February 2010
Special needs LSA
I was working with a child, who has a statement of special educational needs, and who is on the Autistic Spectrum, I worked closely with the SENCO to write and implement his IEP. I adapted the Key Stage 1 curriculum by making both literacy and numeracy more visual. I record his achievements to develop and update his learning targets.
We had a small group of children that we developed a programme to encourage more oral and social interaction, which I ran twice a week;
(Time to Talk) their parents noticed the change at home as they became more confident.
Pre School Assistant
The Barn Pre School
January 2006 - October 2008
I prepare planning of the session in accordance with the "Curriculum for the Foundation Stage, " which includes, organising the activities with the learning
goals in mind. Making and preparing the materials for the individual tables, and the floor plan layout for the activities.
I am a Key worker for a number of children, some of which have complex
learning difficulties. As the SENCO I access relevant children's needs, and draw up an Individual Education Plan, with this; we then plan activities that
suit that child's learning potential. I also write up observations and detailed assessment on the children on a daily basis.
Lady Zia Wernher
September 2004 - June 2005
Working on a one to one basis with the nursery children, we teach Key
Stage 1 curriculum, which was adapted to each child's ability. I worked with a number of children with varying degrees of special needs, including,
Autistic children, Down Syndrome, and Aspergers. Some of the children were wheelchair bound, so I helped with their hygiene routine, and at lunch time I would help them to eat their meals. I also worked with year 5 students with various mental and physical disabilities that were
capable of severe mood swings, i.e. - one minute very loving, and the next a violent outburst brought on by anger and frustration.
Qualifications & Certifications
City & Guilds
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