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Learning Support Assistant - Hayes

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Have you thought about working with autism in an Special Need School?

Maybe you have experience from working in Nurseries, care or mainstream schools?

If so, we have an amazing opportunity for you!

We work closely with a highly accredited primary school in Hayes celebrated for its on-going training programme, friendly staff and stability through long term permanent contracts. The school provides a personalised learning programme to mainly autistic learners giving staff an opportunity to work closely with the UK's most inspiring children!

The school are looking for teaching assistants and learning support assistants to work in their EYFS, KS1 and KS2 department for roles to begin immediately and continue in January 2019 on a year long contract.

Pupil learning is focused around basic understanding in Maths, English and Science along with communication, play and social skills. You will be making a real impact on the future of these pupils working 1:1 and 2:1 forming positive and long lasting relationships. Due to the sensory and developmental needs of the children EYFS, KS1 skills are highly beneficial as pupils may be learning how to socialise and communicate with some needing support with personal care or nappy changing.

Benefits:

  • Long term contract till July 2019 with permanent contract offers
  • On-going training programme personalised to individual staff development areas
  • Therapy and Schools Direct Pathways (based on individual merit)
  • National Autistic Society and Elklan accredited primary school
  • Local transport links - GWR, Central tube line and local bus routes
  • School expansion with satellite classes in mainstream schools across Hillingdon and Ealing

Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm daily

Location: Hayes

Join a successful team of friendly and supportive SEN educators in Hayes! APPLY NOW to interview and trial for immediate or January starting positions.

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All pay rates quoted will be inclusive of 12.07% statutory holiday pay.

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