Learning Support Assistant

Educatus Recruitment
From £12,500 to £12,500 per annum £12,500
07 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Learning Support Assistant required – Wonderful Primary school in Bath, starting ASAP.

If you’re a Psychology graduate looking for experience with children who special educational needs (SEN), my client school wants to hear from you.

This Learning Support Assistant job starting ASAP, is ideal for a Psychology graduate with aspirations of becoming an Educational Psychologist, as the role will be working one on one with a student who has Autism.

Experience would be an advantage, but not essential, as long as you’re passionate about working with children with SEN and you can commit full time to the school. Sound like you?

@ Learning Support Assistant – Working one on one with a student with Autism
@ Long term vacancy
@ £12,500
@ Good graded Primary school – Known for being truly inclusive
@ Great location in Bath
@ Supportive Headteacher and SENCO
@ Ideal job for a Psychology graduates/ Aspiring Educational Psychologist
@ School keen to interview ASAP

Are you a Psychology graduate looking for experience in a school prior to following your dreams of becoming an Educational Psychologist?

Do you have the patience and empathy to support a student with Autism?

This Learning Support Assistant role is ideal for those of you who are looking for a future career within the Psychology field. So, get in touch today, before it’s too late!

The school is an amazing place to be, located in Bath it has excellent commuting links. A two-form entry primary school with inclusion at the heart of everything it does, it has recently been graded ‘Good’ with ‘Outstanding’ elements by OFSTED (2016). The school caters for children from many difference backgrounds, but with an inspirational Headteacher leading them to success, no one child is left behind.

Starting ASAP, the Headteacher and SENCO are looking to appoint a Learning Support Assistant to work with one of their students who has Autism on a full time basis. The student although can often be challenging, is very bright. Hence, you’ll need to have a good understanding of the education system. The SENCO has informed me that no experience is necessary, as they will provide exceptional support from day one. One they do want you to possess though is a real passion for working with children who have SEN. If this is you, you can look forward to working in a wonderful primary school in Bath, and hopefully gain that all important needed to take the next step within the Psychology field.

The Headteacher has informed us that they have a regular Educational Psychologist who visits the school weekly, and should this be a path you’re looking to follow, she’ll make sure you can spend time with them to find out what the job really is like, and how best to prepare yourself for the future.

So, in short, this Learning Support Assistant post is a great opportunity for you to gain experience in a wonderful school, whilst also supporting the needs of a student who wants to do well.

If you’re interested in finding out more about this Learning Support Assistant role, and you’re a graduate passionate about SEN, get in touch ASAP.

Email a CV and covering letter to Nigel Horne at Educatus Recruitment.
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