Learning Support Assistant – Aspiring Teachers/ Aspiring Educational Psychologists
|Salary||GBPEarn up to £350 per week|
Bolton Secondary school/ Long term role/ January Start
Are you a recent graduate eager to take on a new role where you can really make a difference to students with additional needs?
Do you have previous SEN experience and are now looking for a paid role for the rest of the academic year?
Perhaps you are looking to gain classroom experience in order to pursue teaching or education psychology in the future?
This friendly and inclusive secondary school are looking to appoint a high achieving graduate with a minimum of a 2:1, who is seeking a Learning Support Assistant role. You will be guided by the school’s SENCo and trained in how to provide a stimulating, exciting and fun curriculum tailored to the individual needs of the each learner; helping each student to reach their emotional, social and academic potential.
Secondary Learning Support Assistant –
- Graduate role – ideally 2:1 or above
- Perfect for a Psychology graduate
- Happy and Inclusive Secondary School in Bolton
- Earn up to £350 per week
- Excellent role for a future Teacher/Educational Child Psychologist
- Apply ASAP – interviewing now
- Role starting in January
- Long term role for the rest of the academic year
If you are passionate about supporting students with additional needs and would like to gain some paid experience in a school as a Secondary learning support assistant, this could be the perfect role for you!
This large secondary school in Bolton, is reputed for its training and development of graduates and are eager to take on an individual ready to the next steps in their career towards teaching or education psychology. The supportive SENCO and SLT team will equip you with all the skills and knowledge you will need to be successful in this new role. This school is located in a perfect location, easily reachable by public transport and benefits from its own onsite parking for all staff.
Your aim is to enable each child to succeed within education due to the bespoke intervention sessions you provide. To be considered for this role you will have previous experience of supporting young people and possess a natural aptitude for working in education, specifically SEN. You will need to be both patient and adaptable in your approach to supporting young people and you will demonstrate outstanding communication skills. Your flexible approach to dealing with the demands of this support role will allow you to gain as much as you can from this great new position.
Commutable areas include – Bolton, Wigan, Bury
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This Learning Support Assistant role is your opportunity to make a real impact on the lives of children with additional needs whilst benefiting your own career path. Click 'Apply Now' and send your CV to Becky at i-teachers.