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Are you a graduate who loves a challenge?

Would you be able to make a difference to a KS1 child who has challenging behaviour??

Would you be interested in a Learning Support Assistant role which would involve working closely with an Educational Psychologist???

If the answer is 'YES' to any of the above, then why not come and work at an excellent primary school in Barnet, North West London as their new Learning Support Assistant!

***Learning Support Assistant - Ideal experience for aspiring Educational Psychologist
***Outstanding graded primary school in Barnet, North West London
***Full time, long term role until July 2018
***Work full time with a student who has challenging behaviour
***£65 a day depending on experience
***Work closely with an Educational Psychologist
***Good commuting links via tube, rail and bus
***Experience of working with challenging behaviour preferred, but not essential

Are you a graduate who is looking for a challenging but rewarding Learning Support Assistant role?

Would you be interested in working as a Learning Support Assistant for a student who has challenging behaviour?

Do you have the tenacity, patience and empathy to support who a student with challenging behaviour?

Apply for this Learning Support Assistant role today, and for those aspiring Educational Psychologist, this could be the experience you've been looking for.

This primary school is located in Barnet, North West London and supported by good commuting links. This is a large school that has been graded as 'Outstanding' by OFSTED, and is deemed an inspirational school within the local community. As an inclusive school, they have a moto that every child matters, and should be rewarded with an outstanding education. They work hard to provide this for the local community, and this is one of the main reason's it is so highly regarded, let alone heavily oversubscribed.

Starting immediately the school are looking to appoint a Learning Support Assistant who will work with a student in KS1 who has challenging behaviour. Ideally the school want a graduate with experience, but this is not essential thanks to the fantastic support you will get from the SENCO, and Educational Psychologist.

As this Learning Support Assistant post is supporting a child with challenging behaviour, the school have said they would prefer someone with experience, but it isn't essential, as they have the support in place to make sure you get to grips with the roll with minimal fuss. Although the student has challenging behaviour the Headteacher has informed me the child is also very bright, and when on task does extremely well. This is one of the main reasons they are looking for a high achieving graduate. So, if this Learning Support Assistant position sounds of interest and you would like to know more about the school and the specific job description please email a CV and covering letter to Nick at Teaching Personnel.

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