Learning Support Assistant | London Central, London
A primary Learning Support Assistant is required for an outstanding school in the Westminster, Central London.
If you’re passionate about education and working with children who have special educational needs, this could be a great opportunity not to be missed!
This is an immediate starting Learning Support Assistant role to work with an Autistic student within a mainstream primary school, and could be the perfect experience for an aspiring primary teacher or educational psychologist. Interested?
*** Primary Learning Support Assistant
*** Outstanding 2 form entry primary school – Westminster, Central London
*** Long term, full time role until July 2021
*** This is a 1-2-1 role with an Autistic student
*** £65-£75 a day depending on experience
*** Excellent commuting links only a 2 minute walk from local tube
*** Fantastic support from leadership team
If you’re an aspiring primary teacher or educational psychologist why not apply for this exciting Learning Support Assistant role located in central London?
This immediate Learning Support Assistant role is only open to inspiring graduates who have the tenacity and enthusiasm to get the job done.
This outstanding graded primary school is located close to St Pauls, so sits in a primary central London location with excellent commuting links. Favoured by parents this school is highly oversubscribed thanks to its outstanding care and education provided by the Leadership team and dedicated teachers.
The school is housed in a beautiful late Victoria building which has been sympathetically restored over the years and now offers large classrooms, along with many other excellent resources and facilities.
The Headteacher is now looking for a Learning Support Assistant to join his school until July 2021, and support an Autistic student. No experience of Autism is required but would be an advantage. The Headteacher is looking for a well-educated, enthusiastic graduate who can show empathy whilst also making sure the student learns. As this is a highly inclusive primary school, most of your time will be in class sitting with the student, making sure they are on track along with the rest of the class. However, there may be times when the student requires some additional alone time outside of the classroom. The Head has informed me that this student is verbal, and has no behaviour difficulties and at times can get a little disruptive and frustrated.
On offer to the right candidate is the chance to join an outstanding school as a highly respected Learning Support Assistant. This school is well known throughout the city, and experience as a Learning Support Assistant here would look good on anyone’s CV. More importantly, you will be given support from an experienced SENCO from day one. You will have the opportunity to see how an outstanding school works from a member of staff’s point of view, and if you are an aspiring teacher/ educational psychologist you will gain the all-important experience needed to apply for either career route with a reference to hand next year.
So, if you are really keen to find out more about this exciting Learning Support Assistant role, get in touch ASAP by emailing a CV to David at Edustaff.
The Headteacher is keen to interview candidates for this Learning Support Assistant role soon, so don’t delay or you will miss out!
Please note: Due to the volume of Learning Support Assistant applications, only successful Learning Support Assistant applicants will be contacted