Graduate Learning Support Assistant
|Location:||London, Haringey N10 UK|
|Salary||£350 to £450 per Week|
Have you been looking for an SEN role within a Primary School where you will gain excellent first-hand experience of working with pupils?
Maybe you have seen positions advertised but you feel that you will not get a well-rounded overall experience of what it is like to work in such an environment?
Perhaps consider this fantastic opportunity that will be available for the right graduate who has a genuine desire to help and support SEN students and help them achieve their goals!
Graduate LSA – The Role
You will be working on a 1:1 basis with a pupil with SEN within school to make sure that they are on track for their individual progress targets and goals set out by the SENCo and class Teacher. You will have the opportunity to create and implement your own strategies in order to try to get the best out of your students to help them get to where they need to be. You will use your specialist subject knowledge to assist the class Teachers in how to get the best out of the students. There will be elements of your role that will include liaising with members of the SLT to report on the progress of your students and how are they generally getting on in school.
Graduate LSA – The School
This primary school is based in Haringey and have a brilliant set of children that attend! They each have their own individual characters and personalities which make the school a vibrant and fun place to be. The Head teacher is excellent and works closely with their staff to ensure that the correct resources are in place for both Teacher and pupils to be the best they can be. The atmosphere at school is energetic and one where creativity is encouraged. The SENCo at school is experienced and is brilliant at working with graduates and has structured training plans and guidance sessions available to you from your first day.
Graduate LSA – The Requirements
- Minimum 2:1 in a field of Psychology (various disciplines welcomed)
- Good A-Levels
- Prior experience working with young people will be essential
- Resilience will be key as the job can be tiring
- Determination and a high motivation to work with SEN pupils and to make a positive difference
If this role sounds like the ideal match for you and where you want to go then register your interest today!! This lovely two-form entry primary school are looking for somebody to start ASAP so please APPLY now!