Learning Support Assistant - Graduate Role - Primary
Graduate Learning Support Assistant - Excellent role for aspiring Educational Psychologists
Are you interested in working in education, but unsure whether teaching is the path for you?
Perhaps you have a passion for pastoral support rather than academic support?
Do you have experience working with young people who may have special educational needs or other additional needs that impact upon their learning and/or well-being?
- Graduate role - warm and welcoming primary school
- Learning Support Assistant
- 1:1 tutoring and mentoring
- Paid up to £300 per week
- Mon-Fri school working hours
- Central Birmingham School
- Excellent training & support
- Great experience for aspiring Ed Psych's or teachers
- Interviews starting ASAP
You will provide support in lessons, identifying causes and triggers of pupil problems and working on strategies to support individual pupils. Providing 1:1 support and mentoring small groups of pupils will be the main basis of the role. As a Learning Support Assistant you will liaise with parents, carers, teachers and colleagues in order to establish support plans to best help students throughout their academic year.
On occasion you will attend pastoral meetings along with meeting with outside agencies to discuss strategies for individual children. Some children may need support due to being isolated from their teaching groups, you will assist these students with class work, but also with pastoral and well-being issues.
This school is located in the Central Birmingham area and is easily accessible from surrounding areas by rail and bus.
To apply for this role you must have recently graduated with a minimum of a 2:1 in a relevant subject and be looking to take the next step on your journey in to becoming either a teacher or educational psychologist.
Here at i-teachers we work with a number of primary, secondary and sixth form colleges across the West Midlands who are keen to appoint talented, driven and considerate graduates in a pastoral and academic support assistant roles. The role is ideally suited for a graduate who is high achieving and ambitious, looking to gain paid experience in a support role within education prior to moving in to either teaching training or educational psychology. If you feel that you have the right skills and qualities to work within this school and others, then APPLY NOW.
Send your CV now to Jamie at i-teachers to be considered for this role. If shortlisted you will be contacted to discuss the next steps.
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