Learning Support Assistant / LSA
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Full Time Mon-Fri Vacancy
Pay £65 - £85 per dayI am currently recruiting for agreat primary school who are looking for a Learning Support Assistant to work in Hillingdon, West London. This is a mainstream Primary School that also caters for children between the ages of 4 and 11 who have autism and moderate and/or severe learning difficulties. Split across three pleasant, well resourced and conveniently located sites (Early Years, KS1 and KS2) this school has been consistently delivering outstanding education for pupils for many years. This is an opportunity to join a well run, established and friendly school where you can make a huge difference to the lives of pupils.
The applicants for this Learning Support Assistant (LSA) role will need to be comfortable working within a fast pace environment, and working with children in KS2. This position does have the opportunity to go permanent
Learning Support Assistant (LSA)
Work with students with Special Educational Needs including autism and moderate and/or severe learning difficulties aged between 4 and 11 years old
To support the class teacher within the mainstream class and special needs environment
Working with the class teacher and up to two other support staff within the classroom
Assisting and supporting the children with classroom work, as well as off site trips
Daily rate from £65, depending on experience and qualifications
Full-time Mon-Fri (8.30-4pm)
Long-term supply placements available from September 2020THE SCHOOL
This is a large, incredibly well run, impressive and well respected mainstream Primary School that has consistently delivered great outcomes for children through good planning, hands on responsive management and a truly collaborative approach where all staff are encouraged to be proactive and have a voice. The school is going through an exciting period of expansion which will mean that it will become a three-form entry in the next 5-10 years.
The Senior Leadership Team have created a culture that staff, parents and pupils are all drawn to and this is responsible for delivering an environment that is dedicated to ensuring that pupils have the opportunity to thrive in a setting where they feel calm, secure and happy. The 'Rights of the Child' are enshrined at the heart of the ethos of the school, along with a shared vision vision to nurture, inspire and transform the lives of pupils.
THE LEARNING SUPPORT ASSISTANT (LSA) APPLICANTS
Previous experience working within the UK education sector
Previous experience working with a special needs environment is desired but not essential
PECS and Makaton skills preferable though not essential
Team Teach trained applicants preferable
GCSE Maths and English Grades A - C or equivalent required for permanent contracts
Eligible to work in the UK (must have valid visa)
Recent classroom-based references and valid DBS/police checksIf you are interested please submit your CV for immediate consideration