Graduate Inclusion Support Assistant
|Location:||London, Haringey N4 UK|
|Salary||£350 to £450 per Week|
Have you recently graduated with a 2:1 degree in either Psychology or a core subject and are keen to pursue a career in educational psychology or teaching?
Perhaps you are committed to supporting young people to achieve their goals and have access the best educational and stay in a mainstream school setting?
Are you committed to developing your career and feel that you could use your already impressive knowledge and experience to transfer into a school setting?
Primary Inclusion Support Assistant
- Minimum 2:1 degree – ideally in Psychology or core subject
- Perfect experience before a career as an Educational Psychologist
- Fantastic training and support provided
- Previous experience preferable
- Paid up to £450 per week
- Large Primary School in Haringey
This role involves joining the schools fantastic inclusion team. The school have an excellent support system in place for their students who have difficulties managing the behaviour and emotions of their pupils. Every student will follow a broad and balanced curriculum that is matched to their needs and interests and a wide range of strategies are used to support them individually. This is a truly excellent experience for any graduate keen to build a career in education.
You will have access to full training to be able to effectively deliver these sessions and support these students both academically and pastorally.
This role is ideal for a resilient, patient and committed graduate with a 2:1 or above degree who is keen to gain more school based experience. This role would suit an aspiring Primary Teacher or Educational Psychologist keen to enhance your CV with the best skills and qualities to become a successful teacher. Ideally you will have relevant experience working with children either through voluntary placements at university or paid roles. Experience of working with vulnerable children would be advantageous but not essential, if you have a passion, commitment and understanding of the needs of vulnerable children then this role could be for you.
This is a fantastic opportunity close to local transport links in Haringey. The multi-cultural school has a distinct happy and vibrant atmosphere where children are eager to learn. The staff are a cohesive team who work together to ensure all children receive a first class education and opportunities to personally and socially progress.
If you think you have what it takes to be successful in this role, then please click ‘apply now’ and send your CV to Andrew at i-teachers.