Are you able to adapt to individual learner's needs?
Can you provide a positive and safe atmosphere in the classroom?
Do you have a passion for working with SEN/ EBD?
This fabulous SEN setting near Berkeley is looking for a passionate and enthusiastic Learning Support Assistant to change the lives of Children and young adults with learning difficulties including Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Your focus will be to help your students become effective communicators and independent individuals through the use of sensory and interactive techniques. This school embraces a multidisciplinary approach that places the students at the centre of everything they do. The school boasts a skilled and specialist teaching, support and therapeutic team that work with each young person to ensure their needs are fully met and that every achievement takes them closer to reaching their individual goals. This setting requires a LSA on a full time, permanent basis (term time only) starting ASAP. You will have the pleasure of building relationships with children and young adults across KS2, 3 and 4 and will be supporting children on a 1:1, small group and whole class basis.
This is not an opportunity to be missed. WIth interviews taking place on the 28th of September please don't delay in applying today!
-Access to all school facilities (onsite Gym)
-CPD opportunities available for all staff/ fully funded qualifications
-Free hot meals
-Monthly team building days and socials
-Opportunity to complete CABAS training
Your responsibilities will include:
- Supporting childrens' participation in leisure, educational and employment opportunities
- Providing the support and care identified in students' individual learning plans
- Encouraging and enabling students to maintain acceptable levels of behaviour management
- Participating in relevant training to achieve required qualifications and attend mandatory training days/courses, on or off site, as and when required
An ideal candidate may possess the following skills and capabilities:
- The desire to help others to enjoy learning and develop independence
- GCSE in Maths and English or equivalent
- Experience of working with adults or children with learning or communication difficulties
- Display honest, trustworthy & ethical behaviour at all times
-Own means of transport
If this sounds like the perfect role and you are ready for your next challenge, apply now as interviews will take place on the 28th!
For more information about this role or to apply, please contact Bryony di Cara on 07546027009.
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