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Graduate LSAs and Learning Mentors - Hounslow (£60 - £75 a day)

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Job description

Learning Support Assistant and Learning mentors required in Hounslow

Full time roles available - £60-£75 a day

Graduate Teacher training available with a late April start date

Teaching Personnel is currently working with a secondary school in South West London, specifically the Hounslow area, who are looking to recruit reliable learning support assistants. The role would be primarily to support students transitioning back in to the mainstream classroom from the onsite SEN unit and to support within the unit itself.

Other roles include learning mentor positions, working on a 1:1 basis with students, as well as subject specific support staff. Depending on performances between the start date, in late April, and the end of the academic year, there are teacher training opportunities.

Please do not apply if the above requirements do not apply to you

Requirements

  • The incoming LSA would need UK recognised qualifications (e.g. BA. BSc etc.)
  • The successful candidate will at least 6 months of experience working with students with special educational needs
  • Required to work in small groups and on a 1:1 basis
  • The ideal candidate will have held long term roles at different schools
  • Successful staff will hold aspirations of becoming a teacher

The Role

  • This role has a start date in April at the beginning of next term, with interviews commencing next week
  • It would be a full-time role; 5 days-a-week, 8:30am - 3:30pm
  • Pay range from £60-£75 a day depending on the experience and qualifications
  • Would be expected to work with students with SEN

The School

  • The school is located near Hounslow and is an 12 minute walk from Hounslow station
  • This school was rated "outstanding" by Ofsted as they noted "The school's care and support for pupils is outstanding. Staff understand pupils' needs extremely well and work closely with other agencies to provide extra help, should this be needed."

  • The school are constantly looking to improve their current standing and rating. Their new head teacher and leadership are using innovative ways to improve the level education.
  • Senior leadership expect a high level of commitment for staff and students a like, and this belief in students allows them to excel through their Sixth form and onto to an adult life

This brilliant opportunity has a start date in late April for a full time role, till the end of the academic year.

Interviews begin next week.

If you are interested please contact Conor at Teaching Personnel, London Bridge South Secondary branch

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