Graduate Learning Support Assistant - 11 SEN - Primary

10 Jan 2018
09 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you a caring and nurturing Psychology graduate eager to gain experience in order to train as Educational Psychologist?

Perhaps you a recent graduate looking for a paid role where you can really make a difference to pupils with additional needs?

Or maybe you have some experience supporting young people with Autism/ADHD, and have been exposed to some of the key strategies that you would love to transfer to a long term role?

This Primary school based in Nottingham have created a happy, energetic and stimulating environment for both staff and pupils, with a strong focus on individual needs; recognising every child as unique. Not only does it offer outstanding provision from a friendly and committed team, but it also benefits from a new building, specifically designed to cater for pupils with special education needs.

Their welcoming and inclusive support team are looking to appoint a high achieving graduate who is seeking a Learning Support Assistant role within a school setting. You will be guided by the school's SENCo and trained in how to provide a stimulating, exciting and fun curriculum. Each intervention you deliver will be tailored to the individual needs of the each learner; helping each student to reach their emotional, social and academic potential.

Graduate Learning Support Assistant - SEN specialism

  • Graduate role - ideally 2:1 or above
  • Perfect for a Psychology graduate
  • Happy and Inclusive Primary School in Nottingham
  • Paid up to £300 per week
  • Great Nottingham location - easily accessible
  • Excellent role for a future Educational/Child Psychologist
  • Apply ASAP - interviewing now

This is your opportunity to put your theoretical knowledge into practice, and combine it with relevant training and paid work experience and work within SEN Learning Support Assistant opportunity which would support any future academic applications

Your aim is to enable each child to succeed within education due to the bespoke intervention sessions you provide. To be considered for this role you will have previous experience of supporting children and/or young people and possess a natural aptitude for working in education - specifically SEN. You will need to be both patient and adaptable in your approach to supporting young people and you will demonstrate outstanding communication skills.

This Primary school is reputed for its training and development of graduates and are eager to take on an individual who is looking to explore a career in education. You will be supported by the SENCO and SLT team throughout the year and they will equip you with all the skills and knowledge you will need to be successful in this new role. This school is located in a perfect location, easily reachable by public transport and benefits from its own onsite parking for all staff.

This role is your opportunity to make a real impact on the lives of children with additional needs whilst benefiting your own career path. Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV and covering letter to Emma at i-teachers.

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