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|London and Greenwich in City of London and Greenwich|
|SEN Support Staff|
|£16,000 - £22,000 per annum|
|Subject to experience|
you an enthusiastic and motivating Individual looking for a new challenge?
Do you have the relevant SEN experience to help students on a 1:1 basis?
If the answer is yes, then please continue reading.
> Full time and Permanent contract
> Great support from senior leadership team
> Diverse community where everyone is valued
> Opportunity to gain experience with SEN students
The successful Candidate for the Learning Support Assistant role will have previous SEN experience and be able to adapt to the individual needs of each student. This position is full time from Monday to Friday during school term time only. The Learning Support Assistant position will be on a permanent contract directly with the school, starting in September.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a diverse and well organised team of professionals. This school is dedicated to meeting the vocational, behavioural, and academic needs of each student, with the mission to adapt and implement functional curricula necessary to meet the individual needs of their students. The aim is to ensure vulnerable young people are accessing full time education by focusing on their emotional development.
The Schools Ofsted report is Outstanding all around, therefore the expectation is very high from all staff members. The Ideal Learning Support Assistant will have to possess the ability to work closely with SEN students on a 1:1 basis and in small groups, in order to focus on the individual needs of each student and help implement the school’s mission.
If you have the qualities of a Learning Support Assistant, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
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