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Learning Support Assistant, SEN school based in Enfield, ASAP start Are you passionate about children's wellbeing and want to spend the next year working as a Learning Support Assistant?
If so, we are looking for an enthusiastic Learning Support Assistant to support pupils with SEN and SEMH needs.
As a Learning Support Assistant, you will be supporting pupils with their learning and development, improving their communication and social skills.
About the School - Learning Support Assistant This is a supportive and inclusive SEN school that offers clear progression for all staff and various routes into teaching.
Based in Enfield, the school has emerged following a period of change and has received its best results to date.
The school offers an open and honest culture between staff, pupils and SLT this enables pupils to learn through a friendly and happy environment.
The school are looking for staff to continue to deliver their high expectations a high level of education through nurturing their pupils' natural strengths and interests via extracurricular clubs, activities and trips.
The school are looking to appoint upbeat, professional LSA's and TAs to support their pupils in a variety of roles across the school.
Hours are 8:30 - 3:30 and these are full time roles with a view to becoming permanent (where desired).
If you are looking to join this supportive and popular secondary school with pupils at the centre of everything they do, then this could be the role for you!
Why choose this Learning Support Assistant role?
High achieving Ofsted graded 'Good' and 'Outstanding' schools Gain experience in a school setting with a brand-new SEN provision Work with children with SEN and SEMH needs Work alongside qualified SEN professionals, Specialist Teachers and Educational PsychologistsLooking for a Learning Support Assistant who Obtained a First-Class Psychology Degree or degree from a Top 20 University Has previous experience and a passion for working with children Aims to become an Educational Psychologist or Clinical Psychologist Has excellent communication skills, patience and resilienceA fantastic opportunity for a Learning Support Assistant looking for a rewarding role after university, gaining experience working in a school setting, which would be ideal for an aspiring Clinical or Educational Psychologist.
If you aspire to become a Learning Support Assistant, please click 'Apply' to this role and attach your CV or covering letter.
Alternatively, for more information don't hesitate to contact Zeki at Remedy Education Learning Support Assistant Exceptional School in Enfield, ASAP start