SEN Learning Support Assistants/LSA

  • Special Educational Needs - Permanent Post
  •  Location - Tooting
  •  Date Posted - 27/02/2019

SEN Learning Support Assistants/LSA – Tooting

Are you looking for a new challenge as a SEN Learning Support Assistant within a challenging environment? Do you have the ability to support students with very challenging behaviour/SEMH? Have you previously supported children with SEMH/behavioural difficulties in a mainstream or PRU school and now looking for a new role? If you answered yes to all of the above then this SEN Learning Support Assistant role is right for you!

Future Education are currently recruiting for a number of SEN Learning Support Assistants for a school that cater for boys aged between 5 and 19 who have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) or Statement of SEN for social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) needs based in Tooting About the SEN Learning Support Assistant role The ideal candidate for the SEN Learning Support Assistant role will have previous experience working closely with pupils with SEMH and very challenging behaviour. You must be able to show strong behaviour management skills and be able to keep students engaged and interested in all lessons. Ideally the candidate for this SEN Learning Support Assistant role is somebody who has worked within a similar environment and has physical intervention training due to the challenges you may face within the role. The successful applicant would be resilient with a good sense of humour and a relative and engaging approach to support students with difficult, disruptive and sometimes challenging behaviour.

The role is to start ASAP – Salary £70 -£75 per day

The schools vision is for all students to leave school as confident learners and participative citizens, having gained the skills, qualifications and attributes that will enable them to take their place in wider society.

Their mission - SEN Learning Support Assistants/LSA – Tooting

Is to provide education, support and guidance that enable students to:

Learn and achieve

Fulfil their academic potential

Be included in society

Overcome their barriers to learning

Behave and interact appropriately with others, adult and peers

Make appropriate choices

The school are looking to meet people after the break so please apply if you are interested in this SEN Learning Support Assistants role. If you would like more information please call Jamie Robinson at Future Education

 

Or call us on : 02082560910

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