- Learning Support Assistant
- We are working with an SEMH school just outside of Ashford who are looking for experienced and qualified Learning Support Assistants to start in September
- £350 a week
Learning Support Assistant
We are working with an SEMH school just outside of Ashford who are looking for experienced and qualified Learning Support Assistants to start in September. The school is an independent, coeducational, day school which caters for students across Key Stages 1 – Key Stage 4 with EHC Plans of social, emotional and behavioural difficulties and a range of additional learning difficulties including Autism and Moderate Learning Difficulties.
Your key duties as a Learning Support Assistant will be to:
- Support students 1:1 and on a small group basis.
- Follow IEPs.
- Manage any challenging behaviour.
- Work under the direction of the class teacher.
It is essential that you have previous experience supporting pupils with SEN and being trained in either Team Teach or Pro Act Skip is also desirable.
The school is set in a beautiful rural site of Ashford and is housed in a range of buildings, from converted farm buildings to award winning buildings of four newly built classrooms. Students use the site for sports events, archaeological digs and ecology studies as well as being given the opportunity to grow fruit and vegetables and take part in vocational studies with the workshops and kitchen spaces.
You will be rewarded with excellent rates of pay of £325 - £350 per week. If you are interested in this position and have a passion for helping SEN children achieve the best that they can every day then please send your CV ASAP!
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Please note if you haven’t received a response from us within the next 14 days unfortunately you have not been successful in being shortlisted for this particular position
Date Posted: 2020-8-31