Learning Support Assistant

Recruiter
Edustaff
Location
Westminster, Central London
Salary
£14000 - £16000/annum 30000
Posted
16 Jun 2017
Closes
16 Jul 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time
SEN LSA / Learning Support Assistant

This is a great opportunity to set your career on the right path with a position as an SEN LSA / Learning Support Assistant, for the remainder of the academic year at this modern primary school in Central London

***Primary SEN LSA / Learning Support Assistant
***Inclusive primary located in Central London
***£300 for the SEN LSA / Learning Support Assistant
***Long Term SEN LSA / Learning Support Assistant post with
***Full Time SEN LSA / Learning Support Assistant post
***Ideal for a Psychology graduate

The LSA will be joining an inclusive Primary based in Central London. The school has developed fantastic links with the wider community thanks to the outreach work it regularly does. The successful LSA will be able to easily commute to the school via public transport with a number of tube links stopping close by.

This post requires a hard working and sincere graduate that can work as a SEN LSA for the remainder of the academic year. The right applicant will want to work with SEN students and see this as ideal training before entering their teacher training or Masters degree next September

In this exciting SEN LSA / Learning Support Assistant position you will be working with an SEN child on a 1:1 basis or with a group of students that need extra care. Your responsibilities will include receiving access to the schools individually designed CPD programme which all team members can join. The school will support any SEN LSA / Learning Support Assistant that joins the school and you should see this as the perfect training before entering further education.

This is a chance to make a difference to the entire school community. Apply for this SEN LSA / Learning Support Assistant position in Westminster, Central London today! Click ‘Apply’ to send your CV and covering letter to Richard Rawlings at EduStaff