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Behaviour Support Worker, Slough, Berkshire, Psychology
Slough - This Area Only
£65 - £80/day
Permanent (Full time)
Behaviour Support Worker - Secondary - Slough - September start - £65-£80
Experience working with children required
Are you a recent graduate who is looking to complete their teacher training in September 2022?
Are you an experienced Behaviour Support Worker ready for a fresh challenge?GRADUATES WANTED - Fantastic Opportunity for Psychology/related degree Graduates!
An exciting opportunity has opened up for an enthusiastic graduate or a confident, experienced Behaviour Support Worker to join an 'Outstanding' Ofsted rated Secondary School in Slough. This position will be full time. You will be working within either KS3 or KS4, dependant on where your experience lies.
This mainstream Secondary school are seeking an applicant with strong behaviour management skills, a compassionate ear, and excellent patience to assist with a child who has significant behavioural issues. The child has an EHCP which the successful applicant will be responsible for adhering to, and for developing new strategies for as their Behaviour Support Assistant.
This Secondary school are looking for confident, dedicated SEN Teaching Assistants who are enthusiastic and passionate about their input into a child's education. Ideally, the successful SEN Teaching Assistant will have excellent behaviour management skills and desirably some form of restraint training.
1 year full time contract
£65-£80 per day
Teaching Assistant -1:1
SEN Secondary Teaching Assistant
Great platform for aspiring teachers
SloughThe ideal Learning Support Assistant will be able to commit for the full academic year and the expected salary will be from £65-£80 per day. This is an excellent opportunity for a graduate to expand their classroom experience prior to undertaking their teaching training and becoming a fully qualified classroom teacher.
Relevant previous experience would include youth work, support work, mental health work and SEN in sport.
If you are Behaviour Support Assistant and you are interested in this position, please submit your updated CV. Alternatively, please contact Joseph Johnston @(phone number removed) or email your CV to