London (Greater)
£15,000 - £19,999
14 Nov 2018
13 Dec 2018
Contract Type
Full Time


Education and training - Education and Training - Education and Training

Are you ready to kick start your career as a Learning Support Assistant??

I am recruiting for an LSA who has an ambition for supporting children and young adults with Special Educational Needs. The school is a dynamic and positive environment to be in, both for the students and members of staff.

To be successful for this LSA role you will need to be:

A sincere and empathetic individualPsychology/Creative/Music/Art/Educational DegreeHave passion for the child succeeding both academically and sociallyGCSE grades C and above in Maths/English/ScienceTo have great organisational skillsNon- graduates - To have paid/voluntary/personal experienceTo have knowledge of working in an SEN schoolBe able to work with those who special educational needs

The school in East London:

This School in East London caters for pupils between the ages of 4-19. The pupils at Key Stage 3 follow the National Curriculum highly differentiated and personalised to meet their special educational needs. The schools aim is for the 4-19 year old students here is to develop their independence skills and prepare them for adult life through the ASDAN curriculum. The school offers a wide range of learning activities, many of which are undertaken in the local and wider community. The school also provides additional opportunities for fun and learning through their extended school programme which is offered at lunchtimes, after school and during the holidays. All this adds up to an educational experience, which enables their students to enjoy and achieve in all that they do.

The School has a large number of teaching and support staff, skilled in working with students who have a range of special educational needs and an extensive range of teaching resources and specialist facilities. Students are based in a small group with a teacher or tutor and LSA's, who work closely with other professionals such as therapists and specialist peripatetic teachers to ensure that learning and care is personalised to the needs of each individual.

The LSA role:

As you will be working with students aged 4-19 all with special educational needsTo have a sincere and empathetic manner towards both students and staffYou must have passion for working with ASD students as they will need 1:1 support to enable them effectively learn.You will need to liaise with parents on a day to day basis so they can understand their child's progress throughout the term.This role is based in East London with easily accessible bus routes.Daily rate of £75-£80

If you are interested in this LSA role in East London, click 'apply now' and uploads your c.v today. Alternatively send your c.v's to . I look forward to hearing from you.

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