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Behavioural/SEMH LSA Islington
TimePlan Education are pleased to be working in partnership with a wellrenowned Pupil Referral Unit (PRU) located in the London Borough of Islington. This wellestablished PRU is seeking a confident and articulate behavioural Learning Support Assistant to work with pupils aged 11 16 years with behavioural, as well as, social, emotional and mental health complexities. The role is fulltime and starts in February 2019 the contract will run throughout the remainder of the academic year with potential to be extended. The school provide an inclusive and nurturing learning environment with a strong emphasis on equipping pupils with not only academic qualifications and skills, but social and emotional confidence in order to positively contribute to wider society upon leaving the school.
With this role, the successful LSA will be required to work in classes of no more than 6 children with full support of the class teacher. The school aim to prepare Key Stage 3 pupils to reenter mainstream education, and with Key Stage 4 pupils, the schools primary focus is to prepare them to sit their GCSEs and go on to further education and/or training.
To apply for this role, you will need to have:
The ability to communicate effectively with pupils, parents and staff
Experience working with secondary aged pupils (11yrs16yrs)
The ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
A strong and caring personality
In return we are offering:
A competitive daily rate based on experience and training
Access to our CPD and inhouse training
A dedicated consultant
A great opportunity and full support
If you are an experienced SEN TA and you fit the requirements, we would love to hear from you. Please send your CV or call
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Time Plan Education is a committed equal opportunities employer and therefore will not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability or sexual orientation. Please note that successful applicants will be asked to apply for an enhanced DBS check via the disclosure and barring service.