Secondary SEN Learning Support Assistant
If you are a recent Psychology graduate, whose long term goal is to become an Educational Psychologist then this could be the ideal position for you.
This is a rare opportunity to work within a vibrant and inclusive Secondary school for the rest of the academic year as a SEN Learning Support Assistant. You will get the opportunity to build on your existing skills and experience whilst inspiring and engaging with children who have additional needs.
To find out more about this fantastic role please contact Emma for a friendly and confidential chat about the roles themselves and to discuss your next career steps.
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SEN Learning Support Assistant
- Located in Nottingham
- Long Term, Full-Time role starting In November
- "Good" graded Secondary School
- Tailored graduate training programme
- Working across KS3
- Supportive SENCO
- Earn up to £300 per week
- Working 1:1 with children or in small groups
Some prior SEN experience or a passion for working with children with SEN is essential.
Don't miss out on the perfect opportunity to acquire the classroom based experience you need to pursue a career in Education Psychology. You will become part of a highly committed staff team who are looking to invest in the development of outstanding graduates who are looking go into teaching or Education Psychology in the future; equipping them with the all the skills and experience needed to take the next steps in their career.
To be considered for this role you must be both patient and adaptable, with at least a second-class degree or higher. The school are looking for a graduate who is able to display a natural aptitude for supporting children with additional needs, preferably with some previous experience of working with young people but not necessarily within a classroom setting. The ability to empathise with your pupils will underpin your success in this role.
This large Secondary school in Nottingham has a higher than average proportion of children with Special Educational Needs and is well known in the area for providing excellent support and provision. The school is devoted to supporting those with additional needs and wants to ensure that all children are supported effectively within a mainstream setting. Inclusion is embedded in the schools' values, and it has proved its reputation within the community, gaining a strong following from local parents.
This school has experience supporting Psychology graduates and will spend time understanding your needs for your own personal development. The school provides a tailored graduate training programme, offering excellent support from the school SENCO to guide your progress with the children you support and your next career steps.
This easily accessible Secondary school in Nottingham, is renowned for its inclusive and unique approaches to fostering a love of learning. It offers all children, no matter their ability, the chance to achieve.
This SEN Learning Assistant role is a chance to really make a difference. Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Emma at i-teachers.
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