Learning Support Assistant
Learning Support Assistant - psychology graduate required - Year 3 Boy ASD & EBD - Southwark, Central London
Are you a top calibre psychology graduate who has a desire to make a difference and make a positive impact on the educational outcomes for a particular young man?
Would a full time role in a caring community primary School, South, Central London, be a great first experience?
Help support the development of a happy young learner and build a great experience and training opportunity for yourself - click APPLY NOW or call Phil at i-teachers to learn more
Learning Support Assistant
Psychology graduate required
Year 3 Boy ASD & EBD
Southwark, Central London
Earn £325 to £375 per week
Lovely Mainstream Primary School
Full time role to start as soon as possible
The most crucial factor in finding the right learning support assistant for this school is that this happy and positive young learner receives the care and attention that he needs to thrive.
Based in Southwark, Central London, this beacon primary school has a vacancy for a full time Learning support assistant to join as soon as possible. This young man has been with the school since Reception class and last year he made so much progress that it was decided that a dedicated 1-2-1 was no longer needed. Due to upheaval in his home life there is now a need for that level of support to return and the school would like to find the ideal LSA.
As part of the interview process you will be invited to this amazing school for a trial day to get to know this young man and to see what a normal day on the job will look like. You will get to meet the whole team and make a qualified decision if this is the right opportunity for you.
The school and this young man need a committed and caring individual. You will have the ability to commit to the role and offer great support throughout the remainder of this academic year at least.
You will have a psychology degree and exceptional written and spoken communication skills. The school ideally needs a graduate learning support assistant who has some experience and exposure to supporting ASDF and/or EBD learners. The school is in a good position where they do not need to make a snap decision - there is suitable short term cover within the team.
The puil in your charge is a lovely and happy young man who can be negative and quite pessimistic. Your role will be to understand his needs and intervene during and prior to any outburst. This pupil is not aggressive and he is apologetic and very sad once he has worked through his emotions. This chap has had a rough time and it is hoped that you will be able to offer stable and positive support.
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