Learning Support Assistant - Primary/SEN

Zoek Pin Lewisham, Greater London, England

£75 - £90/day

Contract (Full time)

Posted 33 days ago

Learning Support Assistant - Primary/SEN


£75-£90 per day depending on experience

Are you looking to secure a very rewarding Learning Support Assistant role for September as we approach the new school year? Of course you are!

Do you believe that you're a talented and flexible Learning Support Assistant? Somebody that schools cannot afford to miss?

If so, then we have the ideal job for you, so please do read below and apply for this LSA role within the London Borough of Lewisham.

A Primary school that we work very closely with is looking to recruit a Learning Support Assistant on a full time basis, a position that begins in September, immediately after the summer holidays.

The role involves working with children with a lower learning ability than the year group they are in and includes Speech & Language and Intervention.

This is a school that prides itself on creating a stimulating learning environment and one where the children look forward to going to every day.

In addition, it is recognised that to have a place at the heart of the local community, the school needs to boast a curriculum suited to the 21st century, one that prepares children to one day become pro-active national and global citizens.

The school is served by excellent bus routes, including those from neighbouring Boroughs, including Southwark and Greenwich.

Some benefits of the role are:

The opportunity to genuinely make a difference to the lives of young children within the Primary sector
Bringing an innovative approach and an opportunity to express yourself
The potential to learn from, and to exchange ideas with, other members of staff
Working with young children can bring a lot of job satisfaction, delight, humour and a sense of achievement
Showcasing your skills and abilities to help create further opportunities within the schoolResponsibilities of the role:

Supporting children of a lower learning ability than the year group they are in
Being adept within Speech & Language and/or Intervention
Developing a rapport with children and utilising an empathetic approach
To support children across all areas of learning with a variety of needs while also allowing them independence
Liaising with the relevant class teachers and SENCo when requiredRequirements of the candidate:

To be proactive, understanding, empathetic and patient
A basic understanding of Speech & Language and/or Intervention
To be punctual
Understanding of Safeguarding
Ability to communicate effectively with children
Being able to work full time
Having a DBS on the online update service or the willingness to complete a new DBS applicationWe are actively interviewing candidates on behalf of the school and expect to receive a high volume of applications.

If you are interested in this role, please do apply without delay

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