Learning Support Assistant
Learning Support Assistant - Waltham Forest
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It is an alternative provision to mainstream education for learners aged 14 to 19.The school is located in the London Borough of Waltham Forest it refers learners aged 14 to 19, who are disengaged from, or at risk of disengaging from, mainstream education, for full-time or part-time education. A very high proportion of the students attending the provision have complex or significant personal, social or learning difficulties and most have few formal qualifications.
It is in the London Borough of Waltham Forest where levels of unemployment are high; the school has an outstanding reputation for achieving the attainment of the highest grades possible with each pupil. The successful candidate of the SEN Learning Support Assistant Waltham Forest will be working with classes of little as 2 children to as many as 6.
To be successful for this Learning Support Assistant position:
** EBD and ASD experience with 14-19 year olds
**Intense 1:1 experience with SEN within the mainstream - voluntary/paid/personal
**Worked with students from a PRU
**Resilient to volatile situations
**Calm and collected under pressure
**Graduate in Psychology/core subjects and Education Studies
**A-Levels or equivalent
**A* - C GCSE Grades
**Secondary school based experience would be a bonus!
The SEN Learning Support Assistant role in Waltham Forest:1:1 & small group workBe able to establish strong relationships with those pupils you are working withEstablishing a good relationship with the SEN teacherTo be able to think on your feetBe able to interact with those from diverse backgroundsHave a responsible and professional work ethicExcellent organisational skillsTo be non-judgemental and open mindedDaily rate £70-£75
The key element to be successful will be listening to the pupils who are in your care and setting out strategies to raise the attainment within their learning. The ideal candidate will be sincere, have some experience working with SEMH pupils/EBD, passionate, caring, and resilient, and have great interpersonal skills.
To apply for this SEN Learning Support Assistant role in Waltham Forest click 'apply now' and upload your c.v today, or for more information contact Hannah on 0203 031 4745. I look forward to hearing from you soon.