Graduate Learning Support Assistant
Would you like to work as a 1:1 Learning Support Assistant in inclusive school with a high a proportion of children with Special Needs?
Have you recently graduated with a passion and aspiration to become an Educational Psychologist or Teacher?
If you are passionate about inclusive education and supporting children with additional needs, this Graduate Learning Support Assistant role in Westminster is for you.
- Graduate Learning Support Assistant
- Must have a degree with minimum 2:1
- Long term, full time position located in Westminster
- Previous experience with SEN desirable
- Work with students with ASD/ADHD/SEBD/LD
- Graded "Outstanding" by Ofsted
- Earn up to GBP400 per week
- Easily commutable and is 5 minutes' walk form Edgware Road tube
- Full support and guidance given by experience SENCO
- Teacher Training opportunities
- Only apply if looking at career in Education
The School - Learning Support Assistant
This highly regarded secondary school located in Westminster, Central London has an outstanding development programme created by this school, where it has been awarded full 'Training School' status. By concentrating on the well-being of pupils and creating a stable learning environment, this school quickly discovered that excellent learning and social achievements follow.
The Role - Learning Support Assistant
The Learning Support Assistant role involves you working throughout the school. In this post you will be gaining an understanding of the needs of different SEN children and joining a genuinely caring department. The school invests highly in staff and can offer a SENCO as a mentor as part of this role. As a 1:1 Learning Support Assistant, you will be working under the supportive hand of the SENDCo, an excellent practitioner who is always keen to hear new ideas from all members of staff.
How to apply for the Learning Support Assistant:
If you'd like to apply for this Learning Support Assistant role in Westminster, London, email a CV & covering letter to Ryan Holtby at Empowering Learning.