2 Learning Support Assistants | London Central, London
2 Learning Support Assistants are required for a small primary school in located in Westminster, central London.
This fantastic little school is looking for graduates Learning Support Assistants who are passionate about education, and making a difference to children who have special needs.
If you’re a Psychology graduate thinking of becoming an Educational/ Child or Clinical Psychologist, this could be the perfect Learning Support Assistant experience you’ve been looking for.
*** 2 Learning Support Assistants required
*** Small Primary school located in Westminster, Central London
*** Immediate start – Long term, full time positions until July 2020
*** School was recently graded as ‘Good’ by OFSTED
*** Excellent location with 2 close by main line stations
*** Graduate opportunities only
*** Fantastic support from SENCO & Leadership Team
If you’re a graduate with an empathetic nature, and the ability to inspire children, this school has a Learning Support Assistant role waiting for you.
Located in the thriving central London borough of Westminster, this one and a half form entry primary school now requires two Learning Support Assistants who can join the school immediately. This lovely little school which has recently been graded ‘Good’ by OFSTED serves a typical Inner City catchment area, and many students join the school with English as an additional language.
Over the past five years the Leadership team have really turned this school around, and it now sits above most other schools in the LEA for SAT results, thanks to its many outstanding teachers, and the care provided to their students.
The Headteacher has informed me they have 2 Learning Support Assistant vacancies. Both roles are to start immediately and long term full time until July 2020. One role is to work with a Year 4 girl who has Autism, and the other student is in Year 6, and again has Autism. Neither student is physically aggressive and don’t possess any behavioural issues. However both students can become easily distracted in class, hence the need for individual support throughout the day. As a Learning Support Assistant at this school you will be fully inducted and gain constant support from the SENCO. Ideally the school are looking for a graduate with a good academic record, the ability to set firm boundaries and can put into place and maintain structure throughout the day. Previous experience of working with Autism would be an advantage but is not essential. This school has the experience of working with graduates and making sure they are supported well throughout their journey at the school.
So, if you’re a graduate and keen on one of these Learning Support Assistant opportunities this school would love to hear from you.
For more information, and the chance to interview at this school, please email a CV and covering letter to David Francis at EduStaff ASAP.
If you are seriously interested in one of the above two Learning Support Assistant roles, get in touch before you miss out. This is a fantastic opportunity for you to make a real difference to two children who love coming to school!