Learning Support Assistant - Folkestone
Are you a soon to be Psychology Graduate that has aspirations of becoming an Educational/Clinical Psychologist?
Would the opportunity to gain the experience needed to commit to further study, be of interest?
A school in Folkestone are looking for dedicated Graduates that can commit for the entire academic year to support pupils with additional needs.
*** Learning Support Assistant position available in Folkestone
*** 1 Year Fixed Term, Full-Time Learning Support Assistant position
*** You must have a minimum of a 2:1 in your Psychology based degree to be considered for this role
*** Learning Support Assistant role starting September 2019
*** £60-£70 per-day
Learning Support Assistant - Person Specification
For this post, you must be a strong-willed graduate who possesses a warm and compassionate personality, allowing you to build strong and lasting relations with pupils. Your portfolio will include a focus and desire to help SEN pupils overcome their barriers to learning.
About the Learning Support Assistant role
In this Learning Support Assistant post you will be supporting the learning of pupils with additional needs as-well as supporting the school SENCo with their day to day tasks. This Learning Support Assistant role will see you put your knowledge to the test as you support pupils with a range of needs, these will include EBD, Autism and Dyslexia.
This role is designed to give aspiring Educational/Clinical Psychologists the experience they need to join a Masters programme.
Found in Folkestone, this school is an exciting primary and is within walking distance of local shops as-well as busy public transport routes that allows for quick and easy access. The harmonious atmosphere at this school is amplified by the wonderful ties it has with other establishments in the local community.
This Learning Support Assistant role offers candidates the chance to really make a difference at a top educational institution in Folkestone. Get your application in today by sending your CV to Karl Blake at EduStaff!
Please note: only successful Learning Support Assistant applicants will be contacted.