SEN Learning Support Assistant - Graduates required

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Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
Birmingham
Salary
55.00 - 60.00 GBP Daily + GBP55 - GBP60/day GBP55 - GBP60 per day
Posted
30 Aug 2017
Expires
27 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Contract
Primary Learning Support Assistant - Birmingham

If you are ready to start your career in primary education and are looking for the perfect school experience, this Primary Learning Support Assistant role at an inclusive primary school in Birmingham is what you have been looking for.

All graduates are welcomed to apply, you just need a 2:1 or above Hons degree, a can-do attitude and the ability to make a difference!

***Graduate Learning Support Assistant
***Graduates required
***Suitable if you are an aspiring teacher or educational psychologist
***GBP55 - GBP60 per day
***1 Year Fixed Term, Full-Time position
***Become part of the highly acclaimed Inclusion Unit
***Well - supported secondary school

This role requires a modern graduate who has ideally already held a paid or volunteer role where you supported SEN children and achieved a 2:1 or above in your degree. The Headteacher wants to recruit a graduate with a personable character that allows them to build important relationships with both teachers and pupils. You should have the capability to be enthusiastic in all situations and remain professional in all situations. The right applicant will have the ability to motivate others with ease and a strong level of commitment to SEN pupils.

As a Learning Support Assistant at this school you will be supporting teaching and learning throughout the Inclusion Unit. The teachers in your team are well led by the highly-skilled SENCO, a highly influential specialist who is always on the lookout for talented graduates looking for a pathway into teaching.

You will be supporting the pupils for the alternative curriculum and adapt and modify the national curriculum to meet the pupils needs. You will work on a 1:1 and small group basis mainly in the classroom. Perhaps the most interesting part of this role is the opportunity to support the development of SEN pupils, as you work with them in small groups or individually to meet the requirements of the curriculum whilst refining their social and emotional skills.

This primary school, found in Birmingham, is an Ofsted rated 'Good' school and is consistently oversubscribed. This school has created links with the local community that supports the education of the students by providing access to practical activities, reinforcing what they have learned in the curriculum.

This is a rare opportunity to work within a dynamic environment as a Primary Learning Support Assistant, so get your application in to this Birmingham school today! Click 'Apply now' to send your CV to Neil Poole at EduStaff today.

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