SEN Learning Support Assistants required for London Secondary's

I Teachers Ltd
United Kingdom
£300 - £400 p week
25 Sep 2017
03 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Have you recently graduated with a Psychology or related degree and are searching for a role that will see you supporting children with special educational needs? Do you want to put your skills and knowledge into good use and make a difference by positively impacting the lives of those students who need extra support within the classroom? If you dream of becoming an Educational Psychologist or future SENCo then working as a SEN Learning Support Assistant across the next academic year would be a fantastic role for you! Both Primary & Secondary Schools across London are looking for talented, patient and attentive graduates to join their school this September working 1:1 and in groups with students. To find out more about these SEN support opportunities please contact Joe for a friendly and confidential chat about the roles themselves and to discuss your next career steps. if this role is not quite what you are looking for - wrong area, you need more responsibility or you like the school but the subject is wrong call Joe at i-teachers for a chat - we could have the ideal role for you! *SEN Learning Support Assistant *Perfect for a Psychology graduate *Central, South & West London locations *Full academic year from September 2017 *£300 - £400 per week *Long Term, Full-Time role *1:1 Support for children who needs extra guidance At i-teachers we work closely with both Primary and Secondary Schools across inner and outer London who are looking for talented graduates who wish to pursue a career in education, to support teachers in the classroom whilst gaining invaluable experience and support. Our aim is to place you at a school that would benefit your future career plans which would include arranging and coordinating your trial day. To be considered for this role you must be a graduate with a passion for Special Needs or Child Psychology and will be supportive and caring with a "firm but fair" approach. We want to see graduates with the ambition to become Educational Psychologists or Child Psychologists keen to build relevant experience in a paid role providing support on a 1:1 basis with a child who has autism and communication difficulties. You will be working mainly one-on-one with the students, which will provide you with excellent experience should you wish to further your career in this field. The successful candidate must possess a strong academic background, achieving at least a 2:1 in a relevant subject. If this SEN Learning Support Assistant role is of interest then do not hesitate to apply! Click APPLY NOW or contact Joe at i-teachers for a friendly and confidential chat.
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