Primary Teaching Assistant - 1-1 SEN Support

Posted 16 September by Edustaff

Primary Teaching Assistant - Newham, East London

Are you an aspiring Educational Psychologist or someone who is keen to forge a career within SEN?

Do you have a particular interest in ASD / Autism? Would you be able to support a Year 3 child for the rest of the academic year as a Learning Support Assistant?

Learn the essential skills for your future career as an educator or psychologist with this brilliant Learning Support Assistant role at a primary school in Newham, East London.

-Learning Support Assistant / Graduate Learning Support Assistant position located in Newham, East London
-£60-70 per day dependent
-Long-Term Full-Time Learning Support Assistant position starting immediately
-Trend-setting primary school

For this ASD Teaching Assistant post, you must be a resolute graduate who has a second class degree at the very least and already held a paid or volunteer role where you supported SEN children. You should be able to quickly adapt to the needs of this child and possess the skills to inspire your student to share your own love of education, learning and self-improvement.

In this Learning Support Assistant post, you will be helping to nurture the social and academic development of a bright Year 3 boy who has a statement of ASD. You will need to be committed and focused on helping progress this little boy both academically and socially. Working under the direction of their highly effective SENCO and visiting Educational Psychologist, you will deliver tailored educational programmes and monitor, track and report on this child's progress.

Put your name forward for this Learning Support Assistant / ASD Teaching Assistant vacancy and become part of this Newham, East London large primary School, contact Matthew at EduStaff to secure some vital in-school experience.

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted.

Reference: 40876570

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