Learning Support Assistant
Are you considering completing a PGCE or ITT next year but would like to gain essential experience prior to this?
Have you recently graduated from a top university with a Psychology or Education related degree and would like to explore working within SEN and 1:1 support with a child?
Would you benefit from some crucial classroom experience in preparation for the next step of your career? A primary school located on the outskirts of central Liverpool is looking for an aspiring education practitioner to join their team as a Learning Support Assistant...
- Learning Support Assistant
- Full-time, long term role starting in September 2022
- Earn up to £360-£390 per week as a Learning Support Assistant
- A degree in Psychology or an Education related field with a minimum 2:1 is essential
- Previous experience working 1:1 with children in a support role desirable
- Opportunity to gain some essential classroom experience prior to starting PGCE
- School located centrally in Liverpool with great transport links
- Staff car park available
- Interviewing remotely immediately
This primary school has an excellent reputation for providing children with a magnificent learning environment where they can shine and make continuous progress as they move through the school. At the core of this magnificent environment is the staff, who work hard every day to ensure the school is a happy and exciting place to come to. The school are looking for someone who can become a part of their wonderful team and assist them through to the end of the academic year!
There is a purposeful and calm atmosphere in the school where children have fun, are expected to work to the very best of their abilities, learn new skills and behave well. The pupils are supported by a hard-working team of teachers, teaching assistants, learning support assistants and a diverse group of visiting professionals.
As a Learning Support Assistant, you will be working alongside class teachers to assist in producing effective and engaging lessons. You will be expected to provide 1:1 support to pupils who find the work more challenging due to minor learning difficulties, ensuring they gain an understanding and monitoring their progress.
The school hopes to meet with someone who has recently graduated from a top university and has career ambitions within education. They see this as a perfect opportunity for someone with plans to complete their Teacher Training in the near future and would love to speak to someone who believes they fit this role.If you feel this role is perfect for you, click Apply Now and send your CV and Cover Letter to Tom Roberts at Empowering Learning and make sure you do not miss out!