|Workplace Type:||Teaching Assistant Jobs|
|Job Type:||Interim/Long Term Jobs|
|Posted On:||21 Jun 2012|
A Learning Support Assistant is required in a charming Primary School located in the South West London Borough of Wandsworth
They are ideally looking for a Graduate who has experienced of working with children who are on the Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), if this sounds like you, then Edustaff would love to hear from you today!
If you are a Graduate with a degree in Psychology or Speech & Language and you're interested in pursuing a career within the Education Sector then this could be the perfect post for you!
***Learning Support Assistant
***Lovely 2 form entry Primary School
***South West London Borough of Wandsworth
***Long-term Position from September – July 2013
***Excellent Pay for the Right Candidate
***Autism Experience Required
If you're a graduate with experience of Autism and you'd be keen to work with a child on a 1:1 basis to gain invaluable experience then this could be an exciting opportunity for you.
From September my client Primary School which is located in the bustling borough of Wandsworth has a vacancy for a Learning Support Assistant. The post will be to work with a young child, currently in Year 2, who has Autism.
The school caters for a culturally diverse catchment and currently has above the national average percentage of children with EAL and SEN which would make your time at the school hugely stimulating and rewarding. It has excellent transport links and is less than a 5 minute walk from the nearest underground station.
With good facilities and excellent teachers this school offers quality education to its pupils and you will join a school that has a growing reputation within the LEA and wider community. From September the Headteacher is looking to appoint an empathetic LSA who has experience and an understanding of the Autistic Spectrum Disorder. From September you will work exclusively with a young boy who is currently in Year 2 and will be moving up to Year 3. Currently working at P-Levels you will become his full-time 1:1 support. PECs and Makaton would be an advantage but are not essential. The boy shows no signs of challenging behaviour and has been described as bright and articulate with a great sense of humour.
If you would like to become part of this school from September please Email a CV to Nikki at Edustaff TODAY!
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