Learning Support Assistant

I Teachers Ltd
£325 - £350 p week
07 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Psychology graduates needed -learning support assistant needed - support SEN pupils in a well-managed and inclusive primary school - Croydon

Are you a Psychology graduate who holds a 1st or 2:1 degree and matching A-Level/GCSE's?

Would a large and outstanding graded Primary School in Croydon be ideal?

and can you commit to a full time Learning Support Assistant role to start ASAP?

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Learning Support Assistant
Psychology Graduate roles x 2
Support SEN pupils in a mainstream primary school
Croydon, South London
Outstanding graded Primary School
Amazing support
Ideal for future Clinical & Educational Psychologists
ASD, Dyspraxia, ADHD, EBD, varied role
Earn £325 to £350 per week
interviewing NOW to start ASAP

This is a great opportunity for you to gain a valuable experience as a learning support assistant in an amazing Primary School.

If you are looking for a role that offer you a chance to make a lasting and positive impact on a child or group of children a role that will help progress your career goals and a role that pays - then this could be exactly what you are looking for.

This outstanding and large primary school (600 plus pupils) in Croydon, South London is looking for at least 2 high calibre psychology graduates. The school has always thrived in diversity and believes that a good mix of support staff from the community and graduates straight from University make for a fresh and vibrant atmosphere all over the school.

As psychology graduate learning support assistant you will have the chance to work with multiple SEN pupils and contribute to the plans and schemes or work.

One particular boy that you will be supporting is a happy and comical chap in year 3 - ASD & Dyslexia. This young learner is a wiz on the football pitch and is a very bright and able young man. Spelling is a hurdle that is a part of the everyday developmental plan and there has been a great improvement throughout this academic year.

Another girl that will need your support is in Year 4 - Dyspraxia - this young lady is quite independent but understands when she needs help and support.

The school SENCo believes that pupils should not rely upon one adult learner in an attempt to promote independent learning. You will receive continuous training and development opportunities throughout the year and have some contact with borough coordinators and visiting psychologists.

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