Learning Support Assistant

Recruiter
I Teachers Ltd
Location
Barking
Salary
£325 - £350 pw + £325 to £350 p week
Posted
31 Oct 2017
Closes
15 Nov 2017
Sector
Education
Contract Type
Contract
Hours
Full Time

Are you a psychology graduate who needs a solid and rewarding experience within a mainstream primary school?

Do you have the skills and the drive to help a Year 5 boy - ASD & EAL - while supporting the class teachers and other learners too?

Would you have the ability to recognise the triggers but the vision to step away when this young man is working off his own steam?

Join a lovely mainstream school as a Learning Support Assistant for the remainder of this academic year and make a positive impact on this young man's life.

Learning Support Assistant
Psychology graduate needed - 1st or 2:1 degree required
must have great written and spoken communication skills
Mainstream Primary School - Barking, East London
Support a Year 5 Boy - ASD & EAL
Earn £325 to £350 per week
Full time role for the entire academic year
Interviewing now

Learning Support Assistant - Lovely mainstream primary school in Barking East London.

If you have aspirations to gain access to a Masters in clinical, educational, or other psychology course then you may need to gain a full time experience that will contribute to your application.

This learning support assistant role could be ideal. Work within a friendly and warm learning environment and support a young man in Year 5 - ASD & EAL. In September this young man transferred from another school and has made a smooth transition. The school has secured some additional funding and feel that the best way in which these funds would be used would be to support this learner in a 1-2-1 role.

This young man is a funny and charming chap who needs extra support in literacy and comprehension. He is a maths wiz and often demonstrates stronger literacy skills when linked to a maths problem. When this learner is working off his own steam you will be asked to support other learners and the class teacher in delivering an exciting curriculum.

Part of the role will be completing pupil reports and liaising with this learners parents. Both Mum & Dad are really happy that their boy has a place in this school and they are keen to continue the learning process at home.

You will also report to the school SENCO and gain some exposure to a borough coordinator for ASD who visits the school each week.

This is a happy and positive school and you will be asked to keep this in mind when communicating in the school.

If this learning support assistant role is just what you are after then please click APPLY NOW or call Phil at i-teachers to discuss in more detail


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