Learning Support Assistant required for an outstanding primary school in the heart of London.
This Learning Support Assistant role is to support an Autistic child in Reception.
The Headteacher is looking for an empathetic Psychology graduate who wants to work with children with special educational needs. Can you help?
If you’re a graduate passionate about working with children who have special needs prior to training within the psychology field this could be the perfect experience.
*** Learning Support Assistant
*** This role is specifically to work with a Reception child who has Autism
***Outstanding Primary located in the heart of London
*** Small school with fantastic leadership
*** Immediate start – Long term full time role
*** This is a high achieving primary school with excellent support from parents & Governors
*** Perfect opportunity for a Psychology graduate
*** £65 -£75 a day depending on experience
This truly wonderful little primary school located in the heart of London, and a 2 minute walk from St Pauls is now searching for a Learning Support Assistant.
Graded ‘Outstanding’ by OfSTED, high achieving and extremely well supported this school is a great place to work and train. The school has an amazing reputation within London, and parents and governors are right behind the Headteacher, as they know the school provides an outstanding education.
The Headteacher called me yesterday to say he has been given additional funding for a Learning Support Assistant. This role would be to support an Autistic student in Reception. This is a full time, long term role which needs to be filled ASAP.
I have worked with this Headteacher for the past five years, and he is highly inspirational. He is a Headteacher who puts all children first, and does whatever needs doing to make sure they are cared for, and receive the best education possible. Over the past five years he used graduates for all of his Teaching Assistant and Learning Support Assistant vacancies, as he knows the significant impact they can make. For the Learning Support Assistants at this school you can look forward to being supported by an exemplary SENCO who will line manage you from day one.
The Head has informed me the child is lovely, and shows no signs of challenging behaviour. No experience is necessary for this Learning Support Assistant post, however you do need to be an academically strong graduate who is confident, empathetic and passionate about supporting children with special needs.
If you are interested in this Learning Support Assistant post you will need to get in touch ASAP, as the school are keen to fill this role soon.
For more information and the chance to interview for this Learning Support Assistant role email a CV and covering letter to David Francis at Edustaff.
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