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Learning Support Assistant - LSA - Secondary School

Learning Support Assistant - LSA - Secondary School

  • Location

    Greenwich, London

  • Sector:

    Secondary Education

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £80 - £90 per day

  • Contact:

    Carly Walters

  • Contact email:

    carly@Remedyeducation.co.uk

  • Salary high:

    90

  • Salary low:

    80

  • Job ref:

    LSASecondarySEP2021_1627572064

  • Published:

    about 2 months ago

  • Duration:

    Long term perm

  • Expiry date:

    2021-08-28

  • Startdate:

    September 2021

LSA - Learning Support Assistant (SEND) - Greenwich, South East London

Learning Support Assistant to Special Education Needs (SEN) students in an excellent mainstream secondary school.

Salary: £80 - £90 per day

Hours: Full time - Monday to Friday

Responsible to: Head of SEND/SENCO

School:

  • A thriving, voluntary aided, comprehensive school for girls aged 11-18 and with boys in the Sixth Form.
  • The school maintains a strong community spirit in North West London which aims to provide a rounded education of all abilities.

The Role:

Suited to an enthusiastic and motivated individual who would be passionate in supporting the work of the

Special Educational Needs & Disabilities department. The post could involve a mixture of supporting students with additional needs in class and supporting groups in the department's resource area.

Key requirements:

  • Have a good level of education, degree preferable but not essential
  • Display a caring and empathetic nature and excellent interpersonal skills
  • Physically capable of manual handling
  • Good speaking, writing and IT skills
  • Have confidence to guide and lead young people
  • Have evidence of excellent attendance and punctuality
  • Have good ICT skills
  • Be an excellent role model for students

Main Responsibilities:

  • Repeating, clarifying, and breaking down instructions into small steps.
  • Ensuring that the student can access the physical environment.
  • Motivating, encouraging and appropriately praising the student.
  • Enabling the student to remain on task.
  • Helping students with behaviour issues to access the curriculum successfully
  • Assisting with areas of difficulty, presentation, recording, language use, etc.
  • Being an effective and trusted advocate for the student

Please contact Carly Walters at Remedy Education for more information, 0208 418 1390.