Are you passionate about the education of child with emotional and behavioural difficulties? do you have a naturally caring and supportive nature? Have you got the ability to mentor and advise young children into being the best they can? Then this Learning Support Assistant post may be perfect for you!
Learning Support Assistant required - This is an amazing primary Inclusion located in an area busting with transport links in South East London - This post is open to graduates or keen enthusiastic individuals who feel they posses the attitude and dedication required to work with more challenging students and who have a keen interest in working with children who have special educational needs.
Maybe you're considering a career as an Educational Psychologist, Special Needs Teacher or Primary Teacher? This post is open to all who have the ability to forge strong relationships and those who have an empathetic manor.
If you have a passion for education and desire to help Inclusions primary school pupils achieve, this Learning Support Assistant role in East London could be ideal for you!
***Learning Support Assistant
***Fantastic South East London Inclusion located in a primary School
***Long Term/Interim, Full-Time position starting September 2017
***Well supported primary school with excellent facilities
***Experience working with children with behaviour difficulties
***£65 a day depending on experience
***Inclusive primary school where every child matters
***Learning Support Assistant role
If you're a passionate individual looking for experience as a Learning Support Assistant in a primary school from September we would love to hear from you.
To be successful in this Learning Support Assistant role you need to be nurturing graduate who has a the skills to breakdown social and emotional barriers. The school wants to recruit someone who has a supportive nature and a caring manner that will benefit their students from day one. The school wants someone who can inspire teachers with their natural enthusiasm and spark the interest of young learners, especially those children who have SEN/SEMH. This post would suit an aspiring Educational Psychologist, or other related Psychology fields.
If this role is what you're looking for then please send your CV to Daniel at Teaching Personnel. If you would prefer a different position then please send me an email and we can discuss other roles we have for September.
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