Learning Support Assistant

Educatus Recruitment
12 Sep 2019
15 Sep 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
A graduate passionate about working with children who have special educational needs (SEN) is wanted for a Learning Support Assistant post in a thriving school in Westminster, Central London, starting September 2019.

Maybe you're a Psychology or Linguistics graduate looking to gain experience in a school prior to applying for a MSc in Educational Psychology or Speech and Language. If so, this role would be ideal for you.

Get in touch today with Educatus and find out more about this exciting Learning Support Assistant job.

@ Learning Support Assistant

@ Long term post starting September 2019

@ Up to £75 a day depending on experience

@ thriving Inclusive Primary school located in Westminster, Central London

@ Your chance to work one on one with a student who has SEN

@ Great location which is easily accessible via public transport

If you're a graduate and looking for a Learning Support Assistant job in a primary school, why not come and join this one in Westminster, Central London, not far a main line tube station?

This is a school growing in reputation throughout the local community for its inclusiveness and outstanding social wellbeing. Two forms of entry and with a 'Good' OFSTED rating the school is becoming heavily oversubscribed.

Resources and facilities are impressive for a school of this size, and thanks to a healthy budget over the past couple of years, the school has been completely transformed into a warm, vibrant environment which children and staff love.

From September the Headteacher has informed me they are looking for an empathetic graduate who'd be keen to join them as a Learning Support Assistant until the end of the academic year. This role will involve working with one student who has special needs statement for Autism. Currently in Year 3 the boy doesn't show any signs of challenging behaviour, however he can and often does lose concentration in class. Although the student has no language difficulties he can sometimes refuse to communicate other than by PECs (Picture Exchange Communication System), so if you've used this before it would be an advantage but isn't essential as training will be provided.

The ideal candidate will be a graduate with a real passion for working with children who have SEN, and those who really want to make a difference. Whether you're looking to eventually train to be a teacher, therapist or Educational psychologist, this Learning Support Assistant job will give you that essential experience. Also you can look forward to working in an inclusive school where every child matters, with plenty of support in place for every member of staff.

So, if you're keen to apply for this Learning Support Assistant post in Westminster, Central London, get in touch today by emailing a CV and covering letter to Nigel Horne at Educatus Recruitment

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