Learning Support Assistant
Learning Support Assistant | Exciting opportunity for a graduate with their sights set on a career supporting children in education!
Are you a graduate with experience supporting young people with learning difficulties?
Are you considering a career in teaching?
Perhaps you are a Psychology Graduate that wants to build on experience working with SEN ahead of further studies or you are driving towards a career in counselling, Speech & Language Therapy, or Educational Psychology! If so, this is the ideal role to build the skills and knowledge you need moving forward.
** Learning Support Assistant | SEN Teaching Assistant (Graduate Opportunity)
** Ofsted ‘Good’ Secondary School | Saffron Walden - Essex
** Exceptional training & development | Prepare for your career in teaching or SEN
** Full-time | September Start
** £65 - £75 Daily Pay Rate
The Learning Support Assistant role will see you providing specialised 1:1 and small group support for pupils working to a lower ability, and those with education healthcare plans often with special educational needs. The ethos at the school is to ensure that every student reaches their full potential, to achieve this, the support team work collaboratively to ensure pupils are learning in a nurturing and safe environment with the highest levels of pastoral and academic support.
As learning Support Assistant, you will be an integral part of the school’s support team tasked with upholding this ethos. You will be trained and supported to plan and deliver fun and engaging sessions, mark and assess work, and track and report on progress. The school are looking for a driven and self-motivated graduate that will be flexible in order to support the school in its varying needs.
The successful Learning Support Assistant will be timetabled to work with whole classes and 1:1 with children that have ranging learning difficulties such as Dyslexia, ADHD and ASD.
The school are looking to appoint a self-motivated, caring graduate with the ambition to train and develop with the role. You will need to have a degree and some experience working with children in a support capacity, but school experience is not essential. Most Important is a genuine passion for supporting young people in education.
The Headteacher of this federation of schools understands the importance of providing a strong training and development platform for up and coming teachers and practitioners, if successful in securing this post you will provided with guidance and tutelage to reach your personal career goals in education.
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