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SEND Learning Support Assistant

Ackerman Pierce Ltd
Closing date
7 Jul 2022

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Contract Type
Full Time
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DBS costs covered! ** Immediate or September Starts **

Are you Special Educational Needs LSA?

Do you have complex needs/ASD experience?

Are you looking for a new challenge?

We are currently recruiting for full-time temporary to permanent staff for our client based in Radlett, Hertfordshire.

The School offers specialist provision for children and young people with autism and other associated needs. They work with children across the 4 to 19 age range, providing day placements for 43 and residential accommodation for 12. They also offer flexi-boarding to pupils attending the school.

Special needs LSA's will be required to be committed to the development of both yourself and the pupils in your class.
You must be able to deliver outstanding teaching and learning alongside a multi-disciplinary classroom Special Needs Teacher.

Special needs HLTA must have SEN/SEBD/ASD/SEMH experience
Special needs LSA's must have Secondary or Primary experience

Benefits of Working as a Supply Teacher within the schools we supply :-

Good rates of pay comparable to permanent teaching
All DBS costs covered
No work to take home and more time to spend with your family
Support from a trained and experienced consultant
Ultimate flexibility in days worked = greater work life balanceWhy Choose Ackerman Pierce?

We can offer a unique experience within recruitment where you have your own personal consultant who is available 16 hours a day, a DBS and Compliance Service with a quick and easy registration process.

To discuss this fantastic opportunity further or to find out what other exciting opportunities we are currently recruiting for, please contact Jay Treais or click on 'apply' today
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