Graduate SEN Learning Support Assistant - Secondary
Do you have a passion to give young people the best possible chances of success in education and their personal lives?
Are you seeking the next challenge to take on now you've completed your degree and you're unsure how to really make a difference?
Perhaps you are you contemplating beginning a career in the exciting world of teaching and would like some advice and guidance about your next steps?
If this sounds like the perfect opportunity for you until the end of the academic year, then click APPLY NOW and send your CV to Jamie at i-teachers.
Graduate EAL/SEN Learning Support Assistant
- Looking for ambitious and passionate graduates
- Paid £60 - £65 a day
- Monday to Friday, full time hours
- Exceptional training and development opportunities
- Sandwell, West Midlands
- Interviewing ASAP - Apply now!
This opportunity will give you fabulous experience as an EAL Learning Support Assistant with KS3, 4 and 5 students. You will primary be supporting this school to ensure that the aspirations and confidence of its students are raised and the school visions and values are implemented each day. You will be given all relevant training needed to deliver the curriculum and implement strategies to maximise performance. You will have access to continued professional development and advice on how to become an excellent Teaching Assistant and future teacher.
In this role you will be working alongside teachers to offer support with small groups of students and on a 1 to 1 basis. Most students have an individual learning and support plan that you will follow. As well as group work, you will be supporting the classroom teacher in managing behaviour and working towards more positive outcomes to the lessons. You will need to have the ability to build rapport with students, staff and parents at time. You will need to have a minimum of a 2:1 degree, preferably from a Russell Group University and some transferable experience from university or voluntary roles.
The School is rated as Ofsted Good and is a mixed 11-19 years comprehensive school. It has an excellent reputation within the community and has a focus on achievement and growth. All current staff have a passion to support new staff on their career move and progression. It is located within the Walsall area and is easily commutable from the surrounding areas.
To find out more about these fantastic opportunities then please contact Jamie for a friendly and confidential chat about the roles themselves and to discuss your next career steps.
if this role is not quite what you are looking for - wrong area, you would prefer more responsibility or perhaps you would like to support in a specific subject or area call Jamie at i-teachers for a chat - we could have the ideal role for you!
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