Job Description

£65 - £75/day £65 - £75per day

2 Learning Support Assistants

2 Learning Support Assistants are required for a primary school in Westminster, Central London.

Both of these positions are to start in January, are full time until July 2021 and consist of working with 2 students who have special educational needs.

These positions are geared towards graduates who want to work in the education sector and have the empathy and compassion to support to children full time on a one to one basis. Sound like you?

*** 2 Learning Support Assistants required
*** Good graded Primary school in Westminster, Central London
*** Long term full times positions starting in January 2021
*** £65-£75 a day depending on experience
*** Perfect experience for those of you who want to work in education
*** Interviews to be held ASAP

If you’re looking to work in a good school as a Learning Support Assistant to gain experience in the education sector, this fantastic school is for you.

This fantastic school is located in Westminster, Central London and has excellent commuting links. Less than a five minute walk from the nearest tube station, you are right in the city’s heart. Getting to and from the school is easy, and no matter where you live in London, it shouldn’t take any more than an hour.

The School have informed me they urgently need 2 Learning Support Assistants. One in Year 1 class supporting an Autistic child, and the other in a Year 3 class supporting a child with Moderate Learning Difficulties. These Learning Support Assistant roles are specifically one to one, and would be ideal for any graduates looking for class/ education based experience. Experience of working with autistic children/ adults would be an advantage, but is not essential, and plenty of support is on offer for the right candidate.

To be considered for one of these Learning Support Assistant role you need to be a graduate with enthusiasm, passion but also a calm demeanour. Working with these individual students will require a lot of patience and understanding. This is a truly inclusive school, and no child gets left behind. Line managed by the schools SENCO, you will be well looked after from day one, and given as much training and support required. If you believe you have the natural ability to communicate with children who have special needs, why not get in touch today and secure yourself one of these Learning Support Assistant roles, before they are gone!

For more information and the chance to work as a Learning Support Assistant at a good school in the heart of Central London, email a CV and covering letter to David at Edustaff ASAP! ??Please note: Due to the volume of Maths Teaching Assistant applications, only successful Maths Teaching Assistant applicants will be contacted