Secondary Graduate Teaching Assistant- Ealing- Sept 2020

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Secondary Learning Support Assistant – Psychology Degree holders required – 'Outstanding SEN School located in Ealing, West London – September 2020 on a long-term basis – One to One support with Autistic student – £60 to £80 based on experience

Are you a Psychology graduate with a passion for special needs education? Would you like to work at a highly committed specialist SEN school that is leading provision for SEN teaching within this exciting West London borough? Would you like to gain experience and training while helping to support an Autistic student who has shown excellent progress?

Take advantage of this brilliant LSA opportunity at this exciting SEN school in Ealing, West London and start your career in a highly supportive environment.

– KS2 LSA position available as a Long Term/Interim, Full-Time position
– Ealing, West London – Supporting student with Autistic
– Supportive SEN school
– Starting September 2020 – Daily rate between £60 and £80

The right candidate will be a creative graduate who has a strong academic record with a 2:2 or above in Psychology or an SEN related discipline and previous experience working with SEN children either in a volunteer or paid role. The ideal individual should be able to deal with unfamiliar and challenging situations in a rational and collected manner. We want to meet graduates who can ignite a passion for learning within their pupils and encourage them to use their full potential.

This school is a supportive SEN School found in Ealing, West London and is in within walking distance from the nearest station. Work with a SEN provision that is more than capable of ensuring good progression in all, especially the above average number of those with special educational needs. It ensures all pupils gets the best chance to succeed and enjoys its 'Outstanding' reputation.

In this LSA post you will be working on a 1:1 basis with a Year 4 child who has Austism. With a comprehensive training and CPD programme available to you, you will be well prepared for the rest of your teacher training. Support for both pupils and staff has emphasised at this school and you will be guided to excellence by the Special Educational Needs Coordinator.

Make the most of this opportunity to take-on a KS2 Learning Support Assistant that will prepare you for a rewarding career in education, click Apply Now and send your CV to Kirsty Kemp at EduStaff for immediate consideration.

Please note: due to the volume of applications, only successful applicants will be contacted